These include petrol, diesel, CNG, PNG, LPG gas cylinders, petrol and diesel.
In the last few days, the prices of many things have increased in the country. These include petrol, diesel, CNG, PNG, LPG gas cylinders, petrol and diesel.
During the Corona epidemic, people have to face many financial problems. Earnings and savings of many people have decreased in this era. In such a situation, people are facing another problem in the form of inflation. In the last few days, the prices of many things have increased in the country. These include petrol, diesel, CNG, PNG, LPG gas cylinders, petrol and diesel. Let us know in detail to know about them.
LPG Gas Cylinder
Domestic LPG gas cylinder has become expensive once again today i.e. on Wednesday. Government oil companies have increased the prices of LPG gas cylinders. Oil companies have increased the price of 14.2 kg cylinder without subsidy by Rs 15. After this increase, now the price of LPG cylinder in Delhi has increased from Rs 884.50 to Rs 899.50 per cylinder.
Let us tell you that on the first day of this month, oil companies had increased the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder by up to Rs 43.5 per cylinder. There was no increase in the prices of domestic LPG cylinders during this period. But on Wednesday, the price of LPG cylinder has increased.
In Delhi, the price of 14.2 kg cylinder without subsidy has now increased to Rs 899.50. The price of LPG cylinder in Kolkata increased from Rs 911 to Rs 926, in Mumbai from Rs 844.50 to Rs 899.50. The price of non-subsidized cylinder in Chennai is now Rs 915.50. Earlier the price was Rs 900.50 per cylinder.
CNG और PNG
According to Indraprastha Gas Limited, a gas distribution company in major cities of the country, the prices of CNG and PNG have increased due to the increase in the prices of natural gas by 62 percent. This is the biggest increase in CNG prices since 2012. From Saturday, the price of CNG in Delhi has increased by Rs 2.28 per kg, while in Noida, Ghaziabad and Greater Noida it has increased by Rs 2.55 per kg. At the same time, the price of PNG reaching people’s homes through pipes has been increased by Rs 2.10 per cubic meter.
Let us tell you that the government fixes the price of natural gas every six months. This time the prices have gone up. Whereas, earlier on April 1 till September, the price of domestic natural gas was kept the same at $1.79 per mmBtu.
CNG prices in Delhi have now reached Rs 47.48 per kg. At the same time, in Noida, CNG can be purchased at a price of Rs 53.45 per kg. The price of CNG in Ghaziabad is Rs 53.45 per kg. At the same time, the price of CNG in Gurugram is Rs 55.81 per kg.
Talking about PNG, the price of PNG gas in Delhi is Rs 33.01 per cubic meter. At the same time, it costs Rs 32.86 per cubic meter in Noida and Rs 32.86 per cubic meter in Ghaziabad.
petrol and diesel
Petrol and diesel prices have also reached easy this festive season. Petrol prices have crossed Rs 111 per liter. At the same time, Diesel has also hit a century now. According to the information given on the website of HPCL, on Wednesday i.e. 6 October 2021, the price of one liter of petrol in Delhi has increased to Rs 102.94. At the same time, the price of diesel is Rs 91.43 per liter. At present, the most expensive petrol in the country is being sold in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. Here the price has crossed Rs 111 per liter.
The price of petrol in Mumbai is Rs 108.93 and the price of diesel is Rs 99.14 per liter. The price of petrol in Kolkata is Rs 103.61 while the price of diesel is Rs 94.49 per litre. At the same time, in Chennai too, petrol is Rs 100.46 a liter and diesel is Rs 95.90 a liter.
The rise in the price of crude oil is behind the rising prices of petrol and diesel. Brent crude oil prices hit a three-year high on Tuesday. At the same time, US benchmark crude has reached near the peak of 2014. Because, OPEC +, a group of countries producing and exporting crude oil, has talked about increasing crude production in a phased and complete plan instead of increasing it immediately.
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