Fuel prices hiked after one day hiatus

NEW DELHI, SEP 26 (AGENCIES/NPN) | Publish Date: 9/26/2019 10:52:29 AM IST

Oil marketing companies Thursday raised prises of petrol and diesel after a hiatus of one day. Petrol prices were raised by 6 paise across major cities of the country on Thursday while diesel prices, on the other hand, were increased by 7 paise. 

In Delhi, after today’s rate revision, petrol prices rose to Rs 74.19 a litre as against Rs 74.13 on Wednesday while diesel price rose to Rs 67.14 per litre as compared to Rs 67.07 on Wednesday, as per data from Indian Oil Corporation website. 

In Dimapur, the retail price of petrol price was hiked by 6 paise to Rs. 72.14 a litre from Rs. 72.08 a litre recorded on Wednesday. Diesel costs Rs 64.94 a litre, 7 paise more than Wednesday’s price

In the state capital Kohima, petrol was retailing at Rs 72.96 a litre, increase by 6 paise from Rs 72.90 a litre on Wednesday. Diesel price in Kohima went up to Rs. 65.56 a litre as compared with Rs 65.50 per litre on Wednesday. Currently, domestic prices of petrol and diesel are reviewed by oil marketing companies on a daily basis. 

Any revisions to bring the domestic rates in line with crude oil prices overseas by taking into account factors such as the rupee-dollar foreign exchange rate are effected at the fuel stations at 6 am.

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