The petrol and diesel costs are decided broadly by worldwide crude oil costs and the rupee-dollar international alternate (foreign exchange) fee.
With impact from 6 am on April 27, the value of petrol was at Rs 73.08 per litre in Delhi and Rs 78.65 per litre in Mumbai, in line with Indian Oil Company. The diesel charges have been at Rs 66.61 per litre and Rs 69.72 per litre respectively.
In Kolkata, the costs of petrol and diesel have been at Rs 75.10 per litre and Rs 68.35 per litre respectively. In Chennai, the costs have been at Rs. 75.85 per litre and Rs 70.34 per litre respectively.
Petrol costs have been elevated by 6-7 paise per litre whereas diesel charges remained unchanged throughout Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai on Saturday, in line with state-run Indian Oil Company’s official web site – iocl.com. At present, the home costs of petrol and diesel differ from state to state, and are reviewed by oil advertising and marketing corporations comparable to Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum each day. Any revisions are carried out on the gasoline stations from 6 am. The petrol and diesel costs are decided broadly by worldwide crude oil costs and the rupee-dollar international alternate (foreign exchange) fee.
(With inputs from businesses)
Globally, oil costs fell three per cent on Friday after US President Donald Trump once more pressured the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Nations to boost crude manufacturing to ease gasoline costs. Brent crude futures settled at $72.15 a barrel, down $2.20, or three per cent. West Texas Intermediate crude ended at $63.30 a barrel, down $1.91, or 2.9 %. Brent was flat on the week after rallying for 4 weeks in a row.