Petrol approaches Rs-100 mark in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, after fifth ascent in 9 days

Petrol approaches Rs-100 mark in Bengaluru, Hyderabad, after fifth ascent in 9 days

Oil prices hit three marks in Bengaluru and Hyderabad after reaching the Mumbai milestone. Oil and diesel prices rose for the fifth time this month as oil companies revised their fuel prices by 25 countries per liter.

The final ride means Bengaluru will now have to be released 98.75 per liter of gasoline and 91.67 liters for diesel. It will be more expensive if you are in Hyderabad as they have revised the price of petrol 99.31 per liter and increased diesel 94.26 liters.

Earlier, the price of gasoline broke the three-figure mark in Mumbai. After Wednesday’s ride, Mumbai will have to pay 101.76 liters of gasoline, diesel will cost 93.85 liters.

The most expensive place to buy a liter of petrol in India is the Sri Ganganagar district of Rajasthan, where the price of fuel 106.64 per liter. Diesel is not far behind, as Sri Ganganagar achieves a questionable history with the Rs-100 brand of petrol and diesel. It is now worth a liter of diesel 99.50 here.

Delhi gasoline will cost now While 95.56 liters per gallon of diesel has become more expensive 86.47 liters today. In Kolkata, the price of gasoline is now being revised 95.52 per liter, and diesel 89.32 per liter. Chennain gasoline will cost now 96.94 per liter and 91.15 liters for diesel.

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India has seen a 22-day rise in fuel prices since May 4 when oil companies – Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL), Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) – began to revise upward prices. The wave of the rise came after a 66-day hiatus from March 24 to May 3, when assembly elections were held in five states.

The range of routes taken recently has risen more than the price of gasoline At 5 liters, the price of diesel has risen 5.56 per liter. The difference in prices in different cities may vary depending on freight costs, local taxes and VAT.

Meanwhile, the price of crude oil has also risen today, following a positive outlook for the recovery in demand. The U.S. WTI futures in July broke the $ 70 mark again to trade at $ 70.25 a barrel. August Brent Gross Futures was at $ 72.58 per barrel.


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