Diesel Price In Ambala Today

  • Today's Diesel Price ( 19 Oct 2021 )

    ₹ 94.02
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    Date Diesel ( / litre)
    18 Oct 2021 ₹ 94.02
    17 Oct 2021 ₹ 94.02
    16 Oct 2021 ₹ 94.02
    15 Oct 2021 ₹ 94.02
    14 Oct 2021 ₹ 93.67
    13 Oct 2021 ₹ 93.32
    12 Oct 2021 ₹ 93.32
    11 Oct 2021 ₹ 93.32
    10 Oct 2021 ₹ 92.97
    09 Oct 2021 ₹ 92.61

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    Diesel Price in Ambala

    Diesel price in Ambala, a city in the state of Haryana, India, is composed of various elements. If you’re wondering why diesel price in Ambala changes on a daily basis, you’re at a right place. Here we discuss various components that make-up diesel price in Ambala along with the factors that affect the price in the city on a regular basis.

    Components Involved in Diesel Pricing in Ambala

    The major raw material for diesel is crude oil. Currently, more than 70% of India’s crude oil requirements are met through imports. Thus the price of crude oil in the international market forms the base component of diesel price in India. Further, foreign currency exchange rate is another major component of diesel price as crude oil is typically traded in US dollars. In order to convert the dollars into Indian rupees, the current currency exchange rate will be considered on a daily basis.

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    The Indian oil marketing companies (OMCs) then purchase the crude oil from the international market and conduct refining activities to refine the oil from crude stage to diesel and other fuel products. The refined crude is then sold to the dealers. The oil refining sector comprises of both public and private companies. However, the three state-owned companies Bharat Petroleum (BPCL), Indian Oil (IOCL) and Hindustan Private Corporate Limited (HPCL) control over 95% market share of the sector, while the remaining market is served by two private sector companies, Reliance Industries and Essar.

    Dealers or petrol pump owners are the individuals or businesses that own petrol stations. They sell diesel to end users at retail prices, which comprises of base prices, taxes and profit margins of both OMCs and dealers.

    The journey of diesel from crude form to petrol pumps is as mentioned below. Indian OMCs purchase crude oil from other countries by crude oil price per barrel of oil along with freight and transportation charge. The oil will be transported over the ocean from international ports to Indian ports.

    From the ports, the oil will be transported to refineries to extract diesel, petrol and other fuel products. The oil refining cost, also known as refinery transfer price, will be paid by the OMCs to the refineries. Before selling the refined diesel to the dealers, OMCs will add taxes applicable on diesel at the central level. The central government currently collects an excise duty of Rs.15.33 on every litre of diesel sold in the country. The same will be added to the price of diesel, on a cost plus profit basis, before it is sold to the dealers.

    Once the dealers own the diesel, they will then transport the same from refineries to their respective petrol pumps, thus add transportation charges to the cost of the petrol. They further add taxes at state level, their profit margin, pollution cess, surcharge and other to the cost price of the petrol before selling it to the end consumers.

    The state of Haryana, to which the city of Ambala belongs to, currently collects an value added tax (VAT) of 17.22% per litre of diesel sold in the state.

    Why does Diesel Price in Ambala Change Every Day?

    Well, if you look at various components involved in diesel pricing in India, few are dynamic in nature. They are the international crude oil price and Indian rupee to US dollar currency exchange rate. They change dynamically with respect to the current market conditions.

    Ever since Indian government has introduced dynamic fuel pricing mechanism in the country, diesel price at the domestic level is being aligned with the international crude oil prices. The new pricing mechanism, as opposed to previous fortnightly revision of diesel prices prevents the instances of sudden hike or fall in diesel prices. It further improves transparency in diesel pricing in India and makes sure even the slightest benefit in fuel price is passed to the end consumer.

    Thus the Indian oil companies consider the closing price of Indian crude oil basket and currency exchange rate on the previous day to calculate diesel price in Ambala today. The revised price will be updated to all petrol dealers, who are supposed to update the same by 6 a.m. every day at their respective petrol stations. While the automated fuel stations get an auto update of revised prices, the non-automated stations update the diesel rate in Ambala manually.

    How to Find Diesel Price every day?

    To make the most of the daily revision of fuel prices, a consumer can track the diesel prices in Ambala every day and fill their tanks when the fuel price in relatively low. Tracking diesel price is particularly useful for people purchasing fuel on a daily basis. If you are one among them here are a few easy ways to know diesel price every day without visiting any petrol station.

    • Download mobile app – The Indian OMCs have launched mobile apps to serve their customers in a better way. Indian Oil customers can download the Fuel@IOC app, Bharat Petroleum users have the SmartDrive app and Hindustan Petroleum consumers can download MYHPCL to know the current price of diesel sold in their respective stations.
    • SMS service – The companies have also introduced an SMS service to know diesel price at their respective fuel stations. Based on the company, consumers can send a text message in the formats mentioned below.
    • For diesel price at Indian Oil outlets, SMS RSP dealer code to 9224992249
    • For diesel price at BP outlets, RSP < SPACE > dealer code to 9223112222
    • For diesel price at HP outlets, HPPRICE dealer code to 9222201122

    The dealer code is typically displayed at the respective petrol pumps. In case, you don’t find the dealer code displayed, you can check at the petrol station to know the same.

    • OMC’s Websites If you have an internet-enabled mobile handy, you can directly visit the oil company’s official websites to find the diesel price.

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    News About Diesel Price In Ambala Today

    • Fuel Prices vs Crude Oil Prices India

      Since 3 October 2018, petroleum rates have decreased by 32% whereas diesel and petrol rates have fallen by 7% and 11% respectively. Oil marketing enterprises, including Hindustan Petroleum, Bharat Petroleum and Indian Oil, will set fuel rates taking account the exchange rate and crude oil rates. The downs in crude oil prices have not been completely transmitted to fuel consumers as fuel companies consider the 15-day average crude oil rates. Between 8 October and 19 November, pump prices has fallen by 10% and in the same tenure, the benchmark rate fell by 22%.

      29 November 2018

    • Diesel Prices Hiked by Up To 30 Paise Per Litre

      Oil companies hiked both petrol and diesel prices by up to 30 and 10 paise per litre, respectively today. With the revision in prices, petrol costs Rs.82.36 per litre in Delhi, Rs.84.19 in Mumbai, Rs.85.61 in Chennai, Rs.83.01 in Bengaluru, Rs.87.31 in Hyderabad, Rs.79.33 in Ahmedabad and Rs.79.78 in Lucknow. Diesel prices stand at Rs.74.62 per litre in Delhi, Rs.76.47 in Kolkata, Rs.78.22 in Mumbai, Rs.78.90 in Chennai, Rs.75 in Bengaluru, Rs.81.17 in Hyderabad, Rs.77.99 in Ahmedabad and Rs.72.62 in Lucknow. After the petrol price increased to touch Rs.91.34 per litre in Mumbai, the Centre reduced the excise duty by Rs.2.50 per litre on both petrol and diesel. Following the reduction in the excise duty by the Centre, several States reduced local sales tax or VAT which led to a reduction by up to Rs.5 per litre on both petrol and diesel. Fuel prices have been on the rise since the global crude oil price and the fall in the exchange rate of the rupee over the US dollar.

      12 October 2018

    • MobiKwik Offers 50 Percent Discount on Petrol Price Today

      Digital financial services platform, Mobikwik is offering a 50% discount on petrol bills today. The flash offer is only valid until 9:00 pm today. Under this offer, MobiKwik users can utilise SuperCash to receive the 50% discount on their transaction amount (up to Rs.100) at petrol pumps which have partnered with the financial service platform only. Users will have to scan the QR code at the fuel pumps and enter the amount to be paid. As mentioned, the minimum transaction amount to avail this discount is Rs.100. Additionally, the company is offering an opportunity to earn 25% SuperCash on payments for fuel, applicable on a minimum transaction value of Rs.50. It has capped the maximum SuperCash at Rs.200 under this offer. The users can also save 5% on their transaction value by utilizing SuperCash balance on transactions of more than Rs.50 or more. The maximum SuperCash which can be utilised in a transaction is Rs.250. Also, 0.75% of the transaction amount will be refunded within 7 working days from the date of the transaction into the wallet.

      21 September 2018

    • The INR Depreciates Against the Greenback

      The Indian currency, the INR, crossed the feared 70-mark versus the US currency, the USD, on Tuesday, 14 August 2018. As per money market players, the deficit of current account and a spreading trade are putting pressure on the INR. Over the last many months, the currency of India has been falling. In the month of July this year, the trade deficit of India reached an all-time high of $18.02 billion.

      Currency experts say that the INR can still devalue against the greenback. The instability in the stock market is a key aspect, which is keeping the market participants on the tenterhooks. The ruling party and the opposition party started debating on the currency crisis. The ruling party has been blamed by the opposition party for inappropriate economic policies whereas the ruling party blamed the antagonistic external environment. Pronab Sen, the former member planning commission said “The INR has strengthened over the last 4 years. The currencies of other countries have also depreciated against the USD.”

      17 August 2018

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