In response to a surge in international fuel prices, the price of cooking gas LPG was increased by Rs 15 per cylinder on Wednesday. Various LPG prices, including subsidised and non-subsidised ones, have been raised, officials said. Delhi and Mumbai now charge Rs 899.50 per cylinder for cooking gas.
Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum Corporation, and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation – all state-run companies – have announced they will implement the new prices on October 6.
The price of 14.2 kg LPG cylinders has been raised by Rs 205.50 so far in 2021. A 25-rupee hike was last implemented on LPG cylinders on September 1.
At USD 82.53 per barrel, global benchmark Brent is higher than West Texas Intermediate, which has risen to USD 78.87. With effect from October 2, the PNG prices of Indraprastha Gas Limited have also increased.
Check Prices of LPG in Indian metropolises and state capitals (Source: Goodsreturns)
|CITY||PRICE (OCT 2021)|
|New Delhi||₹ 884.50|