Thursday, February 22nd, 2024

Petrol Diesel Prices: New prices of petrol and diesel released, cheap oil from UP-Bihar to Haryana, check latest rates


Highlights:

The price of Brent crude remains almost stable at $ 85.87 per barrel.
WTI rate is also stable with $ 79.25 per barrel.
There is a change in the prices of petrol and diesel every day at 6 am.

New Delhi. The prices of crude oil in the global market have remained stable for the last 24 hours, the effect of which was also seen on the retail prices of petrol and diesel released by the government oil companies on Tuesday morning. Today, retail rates of petrol and diesel have come down in many cities from UP to Bihar and Haryana. However, there has been no change in the prices of oil even today in the four metros of the country like Delhi-Mumbai.

According to government oil companies, the price of petrol fell by 32 paise to Rs 96.26 a liter in UP’s Ghaziabad district this morning, while diesel is being sold 30 paise cheaper at Rs 89.45 a litre. In Bihar’s capital Patna, petrol fell by 33 paise and is being sold at Rs 107.47 a litre, while diesel has dropped by 313 paise to reach Rs 94.25 a litre. Petrol has become cheaper by 10 paise and is being sold at Rs 96.89 a liter in Gurugram, the capital of Haryana, while diesel has dropped by 10 paise to Rs 89.76.

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Talking about crude oil, there has not been much change in its prices in the last 24 hours. The price of Brent crude remains almost stable at $ 85.87 per barrel. WTI rate is also stable with $ 79.25 per barrel.

Petrol and diesel prices in all four metros
– Petrol Rs 96.65 and diesel Rs 89.82 per liter in Delhi
– Petrol Rs 106.31 and diesel Rs 94.27 per liter in Mumbai
– Petrol Rs 102.63 and diesel Rs 94.24 per liter in Chennai
– Petrol Rs 106.03 and diesel Rs 92.76 per liter in Kolkata

Rates changed in these cities
– Petrol has become Rs 96.26 and diesel Rs 89.45 per liter in Ghaziabad.
– Petrol has become Rs 96.89 and diesel Rs 89.76 per liter in Gurugram.
– Petrol in Patna has become Rs 107.47 and diesel Rs 94.25 per liter.

New rates are released every morning at 6 am
There is a change in the prices of petrol and diesel every day at 6 am. The new rates are applicable from 6 am itself. After adding excise duty, dealer commission, VAT and other things to the price of petrol and diesel, its price almost doubles from the original price. This is the reason why the prices of petrol and diesel appear so high.

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This is how you can know today’s latest price
You can also know the daily rate of petrol diesel through SMS (How to check diesel petrol price daily). Indian Oil customers can get the information by sending SMS to 9224992249 by typing RSP and their city code and BPCL consumers by typing RSP and their city code to 9223112222. Whereas, HPCL consumers can know the price by sending HPPrice and their city code to 9222201122.

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