Customers are paying Rs 112.68 per litre of petrol in the capital city of Bhubaneswar today while diesel is sold at Rs 102.35 a litre
Participating a debate in Lok Sabha on the fuel price rise, Puri defended the Centre and said that price of petrol have been raised by Rs 9 over 12 or 13 days, whereas the international prices have shot up. He cited figures, which compared petrol prices between April 2021 and March 2022.
According to CRISIL Research, a hike of Rs 15-20 per litre is required to fully pass the increase in international oil prices.
Petrol and diesel prices continue to post a steep rise in Odisha, leaving consumers shocked and worried. Needless to say, the common man’s monthly budget has been hit hard by the unabated rise in fuel prices. As on today, petrol price in Malkangiri breached Rs 115/L, which is maximum in the state.
Diesel is now available at over Rs 100 a litre in several parts of the country.
The hike in fuel prices has also affected the prices of other essential commodities like oil, pulses and vegetables, setting kitchens on fire.
There has been a constant rise in the prices of petrol and diesel for the past six days and the rates are soaring at an all-time high. The prices of petrol and diesel remained steady on October 4, 2021 but saw a hike after that.
Since September 5, when both petrol and diesel prices were revised, the price of petrol and diesel in the international market is higher by around $8-9 per barrel as compared to average prices during August.
In Mumbai, the petrol price was stable at Rs 107.26 per litre while the diesel rate increased to about Rs 96.40 a litre.
New Delhi: Petrol and diesel prices kept spiralling even on Wednesday, touching new highs in the national capital and other metros. Petrol was sold at Rs 72.43 per litre in Delhi, the highest in three years. It cost Rs 72.51 on August 2014, according to data from Indian Oil Corp. In Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, […]
Maintaining its rising trend, fuel prices increased again on Friday just after a day of pause with state-owned fuel retailers hiking rates of petrol and diesel by 29 paisa and 34 paisa per litre respectively in the national capital.
Petrol and diesel prices on Wednesday were hiked by 25 paise per litre each, the third increase this week, propelling petrol price to cross Rs 100 per litre mark in more cities including Bhopal and Indore.
Retail price of regular petrol and diesel in the city of Mumbai may soon cross Rs 100 a litre and Rs 90 a litre respectively, its highest level ever, with prices of the two auto fuels being revised upwards again by Oil marketing companies (OMCs) on Tuesday.
Petrol and diesel prices on Monday hit record highs across the country after rates were increased for the fifth time in a week, following which Maharashtra joined Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh in the league of states where petrol rates breached the Rs 100-a-litre mark.
Petrol and diesel prices in the country remained unchanged on Saturday as oil marketing companies (OMCs) decided to pause the daily revision process and closely study global oil price movement before effecting any change in the domestic market.