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Petrol prices reduced by 95 paise

Leaning to the rise in the rupee value, the public sector oil companies have announced minor cut in the petrol prices by 95 paise per litre. With the price reduction the petrol will now be costing at Rs. 67.24 per litre from 68.19 per litre in Delhi. However the price cut in other cities will vary with the applicable tax. So, in Mumbai the price reduction will be about Rs. 1.20 bringing down the current price to Rs. 73.53 per litre.

Last time petrol prices were reduced by about 56 paise in October. However, the government again increased the price by 29 paise allaying commission for petrol pump dealers. Earlier this month, chairman, Indian Oil, R S Butola said that gasoline rate has dropped that had gave some margin but before company could take any action it raised again.

Petrol prices reduced by 95 paise

In 2010 government deregulated the hold over the petrol pricing allowing the oil companies to determine the rates as per the prevailing cost, although government still keeps checks on the petrol prices to keep and mange inflation. Indian Oil has lost about Rs. 1.16 crore by selling petrol at lower cost during the first half of the fiscal year. The Oil Companies are still hopeful that the appraising rupee can further lead to rate correction in near future.

Current and old rate (per litre)
CityRevised Petrol PriceOld Petrol Price
DelhiRs 68.19 per litreRs 67.24 per litre
MumbaiRs 73.53 per litreRs 74.73 per litre
KolkataRs 74.55 per litreRs 75.74 per litre
ChennaiRs 70.57 per litreRs 71.77 per litre

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