Diesel costs have been lowered marginally in metros on Saturday, marking a second straight day of downward revision, whereas petrol charges have been maintained at present ranges. In Delhi, the worth of diesel was lowered to Rs 70.94 per litre, from Rs 71.10 per litre, with impact from 6 am on September 26, however that of petrol was left unchanged at Rs 81.06 per litre, based on notifications from Indian Oil Corporation. In Mumbai, petrol and diesel charges have been Rs 87.74 per litre and Rs 77.36 per litre on Saturday.
Currently, gasoline charges differ in numerous components of the nation on account of native taxes. Oil advertising firms Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum assessment the costs of petrol and diesel each day, and implement any adjustments with impact from 6 am. (Also Read: How To Find Latest Petrol, Diesel Rates In Your City)
Here are the costs of petrol and diesel (in rupees per litre) within the 4 metros on September 26:
|Source: Indian Oil|
The three state-run firms revise petrol and diesel charges on occasion to align them with international benchmark oil costs and the rupee-dollar alternate price.
Currently, Brent futures – the worldwide benchmark for crude oil costs – are close to $42 per barrel, whereas the rupee is at 73.61 towards the US greenback.