Petrol Prices Hiked For Second Straight Day; Diesel Remains Unchanged

Petrol Prices Hiked For Second Straight Day; Diesel Remains Unchanged

Petrol Prices Hiked For Second Straight Day; Diesel Remains Unchanged

Petrol is priced at Rs 81.19 per litre in Delhi whereas diesel is being offered at Rs 73.56 per litre.

Petrol, Diesel Charges: Petrol costs have been hiked throughout the 4 metros within the nation for second straight day whereas diesel remained unchanged. Petrol costs have been hiked by 19 paise in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata whereas in Chennai petrol value was elevated by 17 paise. Petrol is priced at Rs 81.19 per litre in Delhi whereas diesel is being offered at Rs 73.56 per litre within the nationwide capital, in line with data on the nation’s largest oil refiner – Indian Oil’s web site indianoil.co.in.

Listed below are the petrol and diesel costs (in rupees per litre) within the 4 metros on August 21, 2020:

Metropolis Petrol Diesel
Delhi 81.19 73.56
Mumbai 87.87 80.11
Chennai 84.26 78.86
Kolkata 82.72 77.06
Supply: Indian Oil

Petrol and diesel costs are revised each day by the state-run oil advertising firms like Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum and any change within the value of fuels is applied on the gasoline pump with impact from 6:00 am.

At present, gasoline costs differ in several elements of the nation as a result of elements akin to value of crude oil, international trade price and native taxes. Three state-run oil advertising firms account for almost all of petrol and diesel stations within the nation.

Crude oil costs climbed on Friday, on monitor for a 3rd consecutive weekly achieve, pulled increased by main oil producers’ efforts to carry again output amid issues about financial restoration from the coronavirus pandemic.

US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose 13 cents, or 0.three per cent, to $42.95 per barrel at 0505 GMT, on monitor for a 2 per cent rise for the week.

Brent crude futures have been up 17 cents, or 0.four per cent, at $45.07 per barrel.

Each benchmark contracts fell round 1 per cent on Thursday on financial issues after weekly U.S. jobless claims got here in increased than anticipated.

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