Price of petrol and diesel: Indian fuel companies have announced the prices of petrol and diesel today. Fuel prices are stable in most of the states including the metros of the country. However, there has been slight change in the prices of petrol and diesel in many cities.
Crude oil prices are increasing in the global market. Today the price of Brent crude has increased to $ 94.08 per barrel and the price of WTI crude has increased to $ 90.16 per barrel.
Petrol has become costlier by 9 paise and diesel by 8 paise in Jaipur. Petrol and diesel have become costlier by 6 paise in Noida. In Varanasi, petrol has become cheaper by 60 paise and diesel by 59 paise.
It is noteworthy that fuel prices in the country have remained stable since May 2022, which has brought relief to the people. Petrol and diesel prices are updated daily at 6 am. Since VAT rates vary from state to state, the rate of petrol and diesel is not the same in all states.
today’s petrol price
Delhi: Rs 96.72 per liter
Mumbai: Rs 106.31 per liter
Kolkata: Rs 106.03 per liter Chennai: Rs 102.63 per liter Gandhinagar
: Rs 96.63 per liter Ahmedabad: Rs 96.42 per liter Rajkot: Rs 96.17 per liter Surat: Rs 96.27 per liter Vadodara: Rs 96.07 per liter
today’s diesel prices
Delhi: Rs 89.62 per liter
Mumbai: Rs 94.27 per liter
Kolkata: Rs 92.76 per liter Chennai: Rs 94.24 per liter Gandhinagar
: Rs 92.38 per liter Ahmedabad: Rs 92.17 per liter Rajkot: Rs 91.93 per liter Surat: Rs 92.04 per liter Vadodara: Rs 91.82 per liter
Here’s how to know petrol and diesel prices in your city
You can know the price of petrol and diesel in your city through your mobile. First of all, download the IOC app from Google Play Store or write RSP and your city code in your mobile and send it to 9224992249. You will get all the information on SMS.
Let us tell you that the RSP number of every city will be different, which you can know from the IOC website. Let us tell you that after adding excise duty, dealer commission and other things to the price of petrol and diesel, its price almost doubles.
On the basis of these criteria, fuel companies decide the prices of petrol and diesel every day. Dealers are the people who operate petrol pumps. They sell petrol at retail price after adding tax and their margin. This cost is also added to the rates of petrol and diesel.