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Increase in LPG prices: the price of gas bottles for domestic cooking increases by Rs 15; nearly Rs 1,000 in Patna

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Increase in LPG prices: the price of domestic cooking gas cylinders increases by Rs 15;  revised rate effective as of today
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Increase in LPG prices: the price of domestic cooking gas cylinders increases by Rs 15; revised rate effective as of today

On Wednesday, the price of cooking gas LPG was increased by Rs.15 per cylinder, in line with soaring international fuel prices. Both subsidized and unsubsidized LPG price rates have been increased, oil company officials said. Cooking gas will now cost Rs 899.50 a bottle in Delhi and Mumbai.

State-owned oil companies – Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum Corporation and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation – have announced that these prices will take effect from October 6.

In 2021 so far, the price of the 14.2 kg LPG cylinder has been increased by Rs 205.50. The last time the LPG cylinder was increased by Rs 25 was September 1.

LPG price list for 14.2 kg cylinder

  • New Delhi – Rs 899.50
  • Mumbai – Rs 899.50
  • Gurugram – Rs 893.50
  • Bangalore – Rs 887.50
  • Chandigarh – Rs 894.00
  • Jaipur – Rs 888.50
  • Patna – Rs 974.50
  • Calcutta – Rs 911.00
  • Chennai – Rs 900.50
  • Noida – Rs 882.50
  • Bhubaneshwar – Rs 886.00
  • Hyderabad – Rs 937.00
  • Lucknow – Rs 922.50
  • Trivandrum – Rs 894.00

At the same time, the price of gasoline was increased by 30 paise per liter and that of diesel by 35 paise per liter. Petrol now costs Rs 102.94 per liter in Delhi and diesel is priced at Rs 91.42 per liter.

Meanwhile, the global benchmark Brent surged to $ 82.53 per barrel, while West Texas Intermediate hit $ 78.87 per barrel. Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) also increased PNG’s domestic prices as of October 2.

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