Petrol price declined by 6 paise across the four metropolitan cities in the country on Sunday, data from the Indian Oil Corp’s website showed. In Delhi, petrol was sold for Rs 69.93 per litre, down from Rs 69.99 a litre on Saturday.
State-run oil marketing companies slashed the price of petrol by 6-7 paise but kept diesel prices unchanged across four major cities in the country on Saturday (May 18). In Delhi, petrol is priced at Rs 71.03 a litre,
Petrol price on Saturday increased by 7 to 8 paise while diesel rates reduced in the same range. In the National Capital, petrol is being sold for Rs 72.63 per litre as against of Rs 72.55 on Friday while diesel costs Rs 67.15 a litre as against yesterday’s 67.22 per litre.
On the back of surging crude oil rates, the price of petrol and diesel have jumped by ₹3.08 per litre and ₹4.35 per litre, respectively, so far this year.
Fuel prices in Pune have been on the upward swing over the past week and are likely to touch Rs77 per litre (petrol) and Rs68 per litre (diesel).
Petrol price today: Fuel prices continue to rise; petrol at Rs 70.55 per litre in Delhi; check latest rates
Prices of petrol were again raised for the second consecutive day while diesel prices continued to witness the upward trend for the ninth consecutive day on Friday, due to rise in global crude oil prices. With the latest revision,
After a steep rise in the prices of petrol and diesel on Tuesday, prices of petrol witnessed a decline of Rs 0.08, however diesel prices were hiked by as much as Rs 0.13.
Petrol and diesel prices on Monday (January 14) were hiked steeply by major oil PSUs as global crude oil prices continued to maintain positive momentum despite marginal losses.
Petrol price was hiked on Friday by 19 paise per litre and diesel by 28 paise, the second increase in rates in as many days on firming input cost.
Petrol price today: Fuel prices continue to rise; petrol above Rs 69/ litre in Delhi; check latest rates
Fuel prices raised again for the second consecutive day on Friday as global crude oil prices continued to rally. Oil marketing companies today increased prices of petrol and diesel in the range of 18-32 paise.