On 30 August, i.e. on Sunday, petrol prices in the metros had increased by 9-10 paise. According to the notification of the Indian Oil Corporation, the price of petrol in Delhi was increased by 9 paise from 81.94 per liter to 82.03 paise. In Mumbai, petrol rates saw an increase of 10 paise at the rate of rol 88.68 per liter from 88.58 per liter. However, diesel prices remained stable at 73.56 in Delhi and Mumbai at 80.11 in Mumbai.
Currently, the oil marketing companies in the state Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum, which account for most of the fuel stations in the country, review petrol and diesel rates on a daily basis, and any amendments from 6 am every day. Implement .
In Delhi, petrol prices have been increased 13 days out of 15 days. During this period, the price of petrol has been increased cumulatively by 1.60 per liter in the national capital. (Also read: How to get latest petrol, diesel rates in your city)
The latest prices of petrol and diesel (in Rs per liter) in the four metros on August 29 are:
City petrol diesel
Delhi 82.03 73.56
Kolkata 83.52 77.06
Mumbai 88.68 80.11
Chennai 85.00 78.86
Source: Indian Oil
Petrol and diesel prices are different in different parts of the country due to factors such as crude oil and foreign exchange rates and local taxes.
On Friday, the rupee rose 56 paise to a near six-month low of 73.40 against the dollar, while Brent crude – the global benchmark for crude – rose 0.46 percent to close at $ 45.81 a barrel.