Diesel Price In Bangalore Today

Daily Diesel Rates
Date Diesel ( / liter)
17 Dec 2018 ₹ 64.8
16 Dec 2018 ₹ 64.9
15 Dec 2018 ₹ 64.9
14 Dec 2018 ₹ 64.9
13 Dec 2018 ₹ 64.99
12 Dec 2018 ₹ 64.99
11 Dec 2018 ₹ 64.99
10 Dec 2018 ₹ 65.2
09 Dec 2018 ₹ 65.93
08 Dec 2018 ₹ 65.93

Diesel Price In Bangalore

Diesel is a widely used fuel in Bangalore. The consumers of diesel are of two types. The first category consists of retail consumers while the second category consists institutional consumers. Retail consumers can be the owners of four-wheelers and institutional customers can be industrial units.

Government bodies for transportation such as Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation (BMTC) in Karnataka are also considered institutional consumers. If you are a retail or an institutional consumer of diesel from Bangalore, have you noticed the following news?

  • All state-owned oil marketing entities have rolled out a fresh fuel pricing mechanism.
  • The central government was proposed by the Oil Minister to enforce the home delivery diesel scheme.
  • The central government of India recently announced a cut in the central excise duty on diesel and petrol.
  • Experts are of the opinion that GST should be imposed on all petroleum derivatives.

Here goes a detailed analysis of all the aforementioned points:

How Frequently are Diesel Costs in Bangalore Revised nowadays?

Since 16th June 2017, all state-run oil brands are revising diesel prices in Bangalore on a daily basis. Earlier, the revision used to happen on the sixteenth and first of every month. The daily revision is already in practice in a few advanced economies such as the United State of America (USA) and Australia. Under the new fuel pricing mechanism, fuel rates will be reviewed every day at 06:00 a.m. Under no circumstances, neither the state government nor the central government can interfere in fixing fuel prices.

Moreover, the daily revision is the biggest transformation in the country’s transportation sector. Diesel consumers will now pay market-determined prices, which are reliant on crude oil prices in overseas markets and the performance of the INR, which is the local currency, against the USD, which is the base and major currency for overseas transactions. Any fluctuations in oil prices and the exchange rate will be instantly shifted to end consumers like you with the new system in place.

Diesel Prices in Bangalore

On 6th October 2017, a litre of diesel in Bangalore costs Rs.57.02 after the daily revision by Indian Oil, Rs.57.35 by Shell Oil, Rs.56.99 by Hindustan Petroleum, and Rs.57.07 by Bharat Petroleum. It was priced at Rs.59.25 on 3rd October 2017. With the reduction in the excise duty by Rs.2 per litre on 4th October, the price of diesel per litre has slashed to Rs.57.02 from Rs.59.25.

On the opening day of September 2017, diesel was priced at Rs.57.20 and at Rs.58.97 on the closing day of the month. The lowest price for the month was Rs.57.20 on 1st and the highest price was Rs.59.02 on 8th. Rates were up by 3% for the month. On the first day of August 2017, a litre of diesel was priced at Rs.55.62 and at Rs.57.12 on the closing day of the month. The lowest price was Rs.55.62 and the highest price was Rs.57.46 for the overall month.

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Diesel Price Trend in Bangalore between July and September 2018

July August September
Opening date price Rs.68.35 a litre Rs.70.14 a litre Rs.72.71 a litre
Closing date price Rs.70.01 a litre Rs.72.51 a litre Rs.75.17 a litre
Highest price Rs.70.64 a litre as of 16 July Rs.72.51 a litre as of 31 August Rs.76.10 a litre as of 16 September
Lowest price Rs.68.35 a litre as of 1 July Rs.70.14 a litre as of 1 August Rs.72.71 a litre as of 1 September
Trend Upward Upward Upward
%Change +2.42% +3.37% +3.38%

Diesel Rate Trend in July 2018 in Bangalore

  • As of 1 July, diesel was cheaper by over Rs.8 per litre compared to petrol in Bangalore since diesel is a subsidised commodity.
  • Because of the deployment of dynamic fuel pricing in India, we can observe the regular changes in diesel prices in Bangalore. The changes in the domestic factors are also accounted for.
  • Oil companies kept increasing the rate of diesel until the 16th without taking into account the falling oil rates.
  • But, in the third week, fuel prices depicted a declining trend caused by the underperformed INR and a sheer downfall in the cost of petroleum.
  • Diesel was sold at the highest rate of Rs.70.64 a litre on 16 July and the lowest price of Rs.68.35 a litre on 1 July at all the Indian Oil fuel stations in Bangalore.
  • As the government has adopted a different fuel pricing strategy, the growth rate of diesel was higher than that of petrol in July in Bangalore and other cities.

Diesel Price Trend in Bangalore in August 2018

  • As the indigenous currency continued to fall against the dollar, all the public and private sector oil enterprises augmented the price of diesel at the beginning of the month.
  • The Indian Crude Basket was priced at $72.67 per barrel on the 8th. It drastically fell between 6 August and 16 August. Caused by the falling transactional oil market, fuel rates were consistent at Rs.70.73 a litre, Rs.71.44 a litre and Rs.71.10 a litre respectively.
  • Towards the end of August, fuel rates showed an upward trend. The closing date price increased by 29 paise per litre to Rs.72.51. Fuel pricing was also wedged by the weakened rupee.
  • Because of the stability in diesel rates throughout the month, the highest rate was recorded at Rs.70.14 a litre on the closing date.
  • In the end, the month produced a rise of 3.37% caused by the international determinants.
  • The Centre’s excise duty remained untouched at Rs.15.33 a litre and even the State Government of Karnataka has not revised the VAT on diesel in July and August.

Diesel Rate Trend in Bangalore in September 2018

  • The opening date accelerated by 20 paise per litre. The fuel price was increased to Rs.73.44 a litre on the third, Rs.73.63 a litre on the fifth and Rs.74.39 a litre on the seventh. It further climbed to Rs.75.66 a litre on the 14th.
  • The State Government of Karnataka responded to the Bharat Bandh by cutting the state levy on diesel. The bandh was called by the opposition parties.
  • From Rs.76.16 a litre, fuel price reduced to Rs.74.25 a litre on 17 September. Even after the reduction of the sales tax in Karnataka, fuel rate continued to climb until the end of September 2018.
  • As of 1 July 2018, the exchange rate of the USD against the rupee was Rs.68.47 and it increased to Rs.72.52 on 30 September. It means the rupee has fallen against the dollar by 5% this quarter.
  • The Indian Crude Basket rate also increased reasonably in this month. Influenced by these two factors, the rate of diesel augmented by 3.38% in Bangalore.
  • Like Karnataka, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh and West Bengal also decreased the tax on diesel in the interest of fuel buyers.

Quarterly Diesel Price Trend in Bangalore between April 2018 and June 2018

April May June
Opening date price Rs.65.67 a litre Rs.67.05 a litre Rs.70.43 a litre
Closing date price Rs.67.05 a litre Rs.70.48 a litre Rs.68.35 a litre
Highest price Rs.67.08 a litre registered on 24th Rs.70.54 a litre registered on 29th May Rs.70.43 a litre registered on 1st
Lowest price Rs.65.67 a litre registered on 1st Rs.67.05 a litre registered on 1st Rs.68.35 a litre recorded on 27th
Trend Increasing Increasing Decreasing
%Deviation +2.10% +5.11% -2.95%
Diesel Price Trend in Bangalore

Diesel Price Trend in Bangalore in April 2018

  • The average diesel price in Bangalore, the capital city of Bangalore, for the first five days of the month stood at Rs.65.87 a litre.
  • Diesel prices have gradually increased during the second week and the highest diesel rate for the first two weeks stood at Rs.66.11 a litre on 14th.
  • For the third week, the average diesel price in the city of Bangalore soared to Rs.66.32 a litre in tandem with international crude oil rates.
  • From 25 April until 30 April, diesel was sold at a price of Rs.67.05 a litre. Because of the stable unrefined oil market, diesel was priced at Rs.67.05 a litre during the fourth week of April.
  • In the end, oil marketing companies had confirmed that diesel price in Bangalore has soared by 2.10%. Other state capitals such as Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Dispur have also produced the similar result.
  • An upsurge of 2.10% was caused by the increased crude oil cost per barrel but not because of other aspects such as sales taxes, central taxes, the exchange rate, etc.

Diesel Price Trend in Bangalore in May 2018

  • The opening date price for the month of May was Rs.67.05 a litre. Until 11th May, the fuel rate was stable at Rs.67.05 a litre.
  • Even diesel rates have increased during the first two weeks, the growth rate was not high. After the second week, Hindustan Petroleum, Bharat Petroleum and Indian Oil have started increasing the fuel price in sync with unrefined oil rates.
  • Oil marketing companies declared a growth rate of 5.11% for the whole month since the crude oil rate per barrel increased to $75.31 from $69.30.
  • Because of the downward trend, the highest diesel rate for the month stood at Rs.70.54 a litre registered on the 29th.
  • On 1st, the exchange rate of the domestic currency, the INR, was Rs.66.84 against the USD, the base currency. By the end of the month, it dropped to Rs.67.44. This variation in the exchange rate had no impact on diesel rates in Bangalore.
  • Throughout the month, diesel was retailed at a price above Rs.67 per litre at all the diesel stations across the city.

Diesel Price Trend in Bangalore in June 2018

  • Diesel rates were not stable throughout the month in Bangalore. They fell to Rs.69.95 a litre on 7th, Rs.69.02 a litre on 14th, Rs.68.76 a litre on 21st, and Rs.68.35 a litre on 30th.
  • Since the crude oil rate has further decreased to $73.85 per barrel from $75.31 per barrel, diesel rates were reported to be down by 2.95% this month.
  • As far as excise duty and Value-added Tax (VAT) are concerned, no changes were made during this quarter.
  • It is only because of the changes in the cost of crude oil per barrel, diesel rates in Bangalore have increased in April and May and have decreased in June.
  • During the quarter, the fuel rate was up by 4.08%. The highest fuel rate was recorded at Rs.70.43 a litre and the lowest fuel rate at Rs.65.67 a litre.

Trend in Diesel Price in Bangalore between January 2018 and March 2018

January February March
Opening date price Rs.60.76 a litre Rs.65.17 a litre Rs.63.34 a litre
Closing date price Rs.65.08 a litre Rs.63.17 a litre Rs.65.49 a litre
Highest price Rs.65.08 a litre registered on 31 Rs.65.28 a litre registered on 6 and 7 Rs.65.49 a litre registered on 31
Lowest price 60.76 a litre registered on 1 Rs.63.16 a litre registered on 25 Rs.63.34 a litre registered on 1
Trend Increasing Decreasing Increasing
% Deviation +7.10% -3.06% +3.39%
Diesel Price Trend in Bangalore

Trend in Diesel Price in Bangalore in January 2018

  • Petrol was valued at Rs.60.76 a litre at Indian Oil after the daily revision on the opening date. The price was up by a few paise compared to the previous day’s offer and was projected to cross the previous highs.
  • The price range of the fuel was neither firm nor moved downwards until the last day. It is primarily due to the stable demand for unrefined oil in overseas marketplaces and an appreciated INR against the USD, the base currency.
  • An upward trend can be watched over the four weeks. In the first week, the fuel rate augmented 0.92% to Rs. 61.32 a litre; 2.38% to Rs.62.78 a litre in the week 2; 1.76% to Rs.63.89 a litre in the week 3, and 1.86% to Rs.65.08 a litre in the last week.
  • Between 1 and 31, the diesel price in Bangalore has gone up 7.10% to Rs.65.08 a litre because of the price of unrefined oil, which was up $4.77% per barrel this month; and the exchange rate of the greenback, which fell to Rs.63.56 on 31.
  • The Central Government retained the excise duty of Rs.15.33 a litre and even the Value-added Tax was retained unchanged at 18.25% throughout the month.

Trend in Diesel Rate in Bangalore in February 2018

  • On 1, Indian Oil announced a fuel price of Rs.65.17 a litre, which was up 9 paise and not affected by the Union Budget 2018-2019. Market experts signaled a price drop at the beginning of the month.
  • All the three state-owned fuel entities retained an offer of Rs.65.17 a litre for the first two days, Rs.65.15 a litre on 3 and 4, Rs.65.28 a litre on 6 and 7, Rs.64.55 a litre on 13 and 14, and Rs.63.17 a litre on 27 and 28.
  • The first week ended with the highest price of Rs.65.28 a litre. Afterwards, in Bangalore, the diesel rate moved downwards until 31 in tandem with the trend in the crude oil market and the INR/USD conversion rate, a highly volatile currency pair.
  • Like the earlier month, the domestic factors were remained unchanged, which means a massive fall in the diesel rate in February ought to be attributed to the decreased cost of crude oil and a devalued INR.
  • The supply of crude oil to highly oil importing countries like India and Japan was not interrupted. It is the decreased demand that pushed the cost of crude oil down to $63.54 a barrel (159 litres.)

Trend in Diesel Prices in Bangalore in March 2018

  • On diesel, the State Government of Karnataka levied the VAT at 18.25% and the central tax of Rs.15.33 a litre was charged by the Central Government this month.
  • In overseas markets, the unrefined oil’s demand began boosting at the beginning of the month, due to which, the fuel retailers in India have begun pushing the diesel price upwards.
  • During the week 1, the crude oil’s price increased to $62.83 a barrel; and as a result, the price range of diesel in Bangalore climbed to Rs.64.07 a litre. Likewise, the cost of the fuel further enhanced to Rs.63.98 a litre during the week 2 due to a marginal upsurge in the crude oil price.
  • The same price, Rs.64.07 a litre, was offered on 6 and 7 in Bangalore. It means a revised price was offered for the remaining 29 days of the month.
  • Despite an immense drop in the cost of crude oil in February 2018, the diesel rates have bounced back strongly to Rs.64.59 a litre, the closing date price and highest price for March 2018.
  • A 3.39% up this month was reasonably impacted by the conversion ratio of the greenback, which slid to Rs.65.13 from Rs.65.24.

Comparison of Diesel Rates in Bangalore and other major Indian Cities

In Bangalore, the price of diesel per litre was Rs.57.02; in New Delhi, it was Rs.56.95; in Kolkata, it was Rs.59.61; in Chennai, it was Rs.59.95; and in Mumbai, it was Rs.60.5 on 6th October 2017. Among all cities, the diesel price in New Delhi is cheaper. Before reducing the central excise duty, the cost of diesel in the capital city of Karnataka was Rs.59.22 per litre on 3rd October 2017.

How are Diesel Prices in Bangalore Computed?

In the city, diesel prices are assessed by adding the cost of crude oil including freight charges, the refinery transfer price (RTP), the tax imposed on diesel by the central and the state, the commission charged by petrol retailers, and the profit margin of oil marketing companies (OMCs). These are different elements of the price breakup of diesel.

The price of a barrel of crude oil in international markets now hovers around $50. A barrel of oil is equivalent to 159 litres. The excise duty imposed on diesel in Bangalore is currently Rs.17.33 per litre whereas the local tax is 16.65%. On July 2nd 2017, entry taxes in the Karnataka state were abolished. The commission charged by dealer across the city is almost the same.

Influencers of Diesel Prices in Bangalore

Like any other part of the country, Bangalore diesel rates are influenced by international crude oil rates, the performance of the INR against the USD, global reserves and supplies, seasonal variations, changes in weather domestically and internationally, the central and state tax on diesel, and the capabilities of refineries.

Diesel Prices will fall when:

  • The cost of crude oil per barrel falls in global markets.
  • The INR bounces back against the USD.
  • When the tax imposed on diesel by the state and central governments is diminished.

Diesel Rates will increase when:

  • The cost of crude oil per barrel increases in global markets.
  • The INR weakens against the USD.
  • When the tax imposed on diesel by the state and central governments is increased.

GST and Diesel Prices in Bangalore

Till date, Goods and Services Tax (GST) has no impact on diesel prices in the town since diesel has not been brought under the GST system. GST can be imposed on both petrol and diesel, but the concern is the adjustment of tax rates. This is the biggest challenge ahead of the GST council. Even If 28% GST is imposed on diesel, things may not turn in favor of the central and state governments. If GST is to be levied on diesel, the GST council has to rework on rates or alter the existing price breakup of diesel.

Diesel Price in Bangalore vs. Petrol Price

Both diesel price and petrol prices in Bangalore have diminished at least by Rs.3 per litre due to the reduction in the excise duty on 4th October 2017. As on the latest date, i.e., 6th October 2017, the cost of petrol per litre in the city was Rs.69.42 while the cost of diesel per litre was Rs.57.02. The net difference between the two fuels was Rs.12.40.

If sources are to be believed, the Oil Minister has recently proposed the central government to enforce the scheme of home delivery of diesel across the country. The scheme will soon be implemented by one of the oil startups in the capital city of Karnataka. Orders can be placed online, but it is curious to know how consumers and suppliers will respond to the move.

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  • Diesel Prices to Cost less in the National as Compared to Adjoining Cities

    he rates charged for a litre of diesel in the national capital is soon expected to cost less than the rates charged in Noida and Ghaziabad. The development was expected sooner or later given that traditionally the rates of petrol and diesel in Delhi is cheaper than most cities of the country owing to lower sales tax or VAT. It needs to be mentioned here that following the cut in VAT by BJP-ruled states, diesel prices in Noida and Ghaziabad were cheaper as compared to that in Delhi. As of Tuesday, the cost for one litre of diesel in the national capital was Rs.66.39 while in Noida and Ghaziabad, every litre was sold for Rs.65.44 and Rs.65.31 respectively. The difference in the rates was about Re.1, which has come down from about Rs.2.3 on October 5.

    The rates of diesel have been slashed by Rs.9.3 in the last six weeks as international oil prices began to fall and the rupee appreciates. Industry sources believe that diesel would become cheaper in Delhi than the adjoining cities by next week itself if the falling trend continues in the next few days. It is noteworthy to mention here that the VAT levied on diesel in Delhi is 16.75 per cent plus Rs.250 per kl air ambience charge while in Uttar Pradesh, a VAT of 14.05 per cent is levied.

    10 December 2018

  • Diesel Prices in Delhi to Match that of Prices in Uttar Pradesh

    Back in October diesel prices were on a rapid incline as demand for crude increased and oil prices soared while the rupee plummeted. To counteract the rise in fuel prices and to alleviate the condition of the commuters, the central government announced excise duty cuts with states like Uttar Pradesh following suit. Other states, led by non-BJP government, such as the Aam Aadmi Party-led New Delhi didn’t reciprocate the same. This brought a discrepancy in diesel prices in the two neighbouring states.

    However, according to All India Petroleum Dealers’ Association (AIPDA) head Ajay Bansal, rates in Delhi will soon go below that in UP. Mr. Bansal said that diesel rates will go down by Rs.1.32 per litre in the next 5 to 6 days.

    As there is news that the government is looking to reimpose the duty cut it had introduced back in October, diesel prices in both these states are likely to match up in the next few days.

    3 December 2018

  • Fuel Prices Reduced by 16 to 19 Paise Per Litre Today

    Fuel prices were reduced for the second consecutive day on Friday by State-run oil firms. After the revision, petrol prices have come down by 17 to 19 paise per litre, while diesel rates have come down by 16 to 17 paise. Now a litre of petrol costs Rs.77.10 and diesel at Rs.71.93 in the national capital Delhi according to data available on the Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) website. In Mumbai, petrol is being retailed at Rs.82.62 per litre down by 18 paise compared to the previous day, while diesel is being sold at Rs.75.36 a litre, down by 17 paise. Likewise, in Chennai and Kolkata, petrol costs Rs.80.07 and Rs.79.04, respectively, while diesel is dispensed at Rs.76.02 and Rs.73.79 a litre, respectively. Petrol has become cheaper by Rs.2.20 per litre and diesel by Rs.1.90 a litre in November so far. The recent decline in crude oil prices has led to the drop in petrol and diesel prices in the country.

    19 November 2018

  • Check Petrol Prices Today

    On Thursday, fuel marketing companies cut the rate of petrol in the range of 18-19 paise in tandem with global aspects. The fuel price dropped by 18 paise per litre at Rs.79.37 in the national capital, while in the financial capital, the price fell by 18 paise per litre at Rs.84.96. Over the last one week, crude oil, a major influencer of fuel prices, was seen retailing around $76 per barrel whereas the INR was seen hovering around 73.50 a dollar. Petrol was retailed at a rate of Rs.82.46 per litre in Chennai, the capital city of Tamil Nadu, and Rs.81.25 per litre in the city of Kolkata.

    The recently cut and diesel and petrol prices have brought some relief to fuel consumers. It has a positive impact on the inflation rate, which in turn affect the decision of the Reserve Bank of India with regard to interest rates. The Centre had cut the excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs.1.5 per litre and asked the states to reduce the sales tax. Following the instruction of the Centre, a few Indian states such as Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh declined the sales tax.

    5 November 2018

  • Diesel Price Reduced in Delhi and Mumbai for 12th day Straight

    The price of diesel has been slashed for the 12th consecutive day. In Delhi, the price of diesel has declined by 20 paise and is now available for Rs.73.85. The retail selling price of petrol is dependent on the international prices of benchmark fuel and the rupee-US dollar exchange rate. The petrol prices have been soaring since early August due to unprecedented increase in the crude oil prices. However, a stronger rupee and decreasing price of international crude oil has resulted into the reduction of fuel prices in the country. In Mumbai the price of diesel is Rs.77.40 per litre while in Kolkata and Chennai, diesel can be availed at Rs.75.70 and Rs.78.08 respectively. The international oil prices have witnessed a decline since October 18 which has led to the drop in both petrol and fuel prices. Diesel price has decreased by Rs.1.84 a litre from its peak of Rs.75.69 per litre. ave witnessed a decline since October 18 which has led to the drop in both petrol and fuel prices. At the beginning of October 4, the central government had cut down the excise duty on diesel by Rs.1.50 per litre. In addition, the government had also requested the oil marketing companies to subsidise fuel by Rs.1 per litre. At the same time, the government urged all the state governments to cut taxes on diesel by Rs.2.50 per litre.

    31 October 2018

  • Diesel Prices Hiked, Petrol Left Untouched

    Diesel prices were hiked by 8 paise and 9 paise in four major metro cities in the country. While Mumbai and Chennai witnessed a hike of 9 paise per litre, Delhi and Kolkata saw an 8 paise increase in diesel. With the new revision, a litre of diesel costs Rs.75.46 a litre in Delhi, while it costs Rs.77.31 in Kolkata. In Mumbai, diesel is being sold at Rs.79.11 per litre and Rs.79.80 in Chennai. Petrol prices were left untouched by State-run oil companies across four major metro cities. Despite the reduction in the Centre levied excise duty of Rs.2.50 per litre in both petrol and diesel, the recent hikes have seen that it's inching closer to its previous high. Fuel prices in India have been on the rise in the last three month attributed by the significant hike in the global crude oil rates coupled with the fall in the exchange rate of the Indian currency over the US dollar. Diesel and petrol prices are revised daily under the dynamic fuel pricing mechanism by State-run oil companies. New rates are applicable from 6:00 am IST.

    15 October 2018

  • Most People Don’t Know How a Credit Score is Calculated, Survey Reports

    A recent survey conducted by a popular site has concluded most of the population don’t know how exactly their credit score is calculated. Some of the responders even thought that their usage of debit cards can have an impact on their credit score. However, they were wrong. A credit score is basically calculated based on the loans a person has, including on their credit cards.

    A credit score is calculated based on the person’s history, their credit utilisation ratio (CUO), and the age and amount of credit they have open.

    The survey was an alarming one as most of the people own credit cards or some form of loans or credits in their names and still fail to understand the basics of how a credit card works. To begin with, a credit score has little or nothing to do with what a person does with their own money, it is only with the money they borrow and the way they choose to repay it which will have an impact on their credit score.

    In India, there are two major credit information companies (CICI) in the country : CIBIL and Experian, which track the credit information of an individual.

    1 October 2018

  • Petrol Could Cost 55 Rupees if Production of Biofuel Increased

    Union Minister for Road Transport, Mr. Nitin Gadkari said on Monday that use of alternative fuels will reduce our dependence on fuels such as petrol and diesel. While laying the foundation stone for the construction of transport infrastructure said that the potential of producing biofuel will create job opportunities for farmers. Moving to cleaner and alternative fuels such as biofuel, ethanol, methanol and CNG will reduce dependency on petroleum products such as petrol and diesel. He added that the petroleum ministry is setting up five ethanol plants, where alternative fuels will be produced through paddy straw, wheat straw, sugarcane and municipal waste which consequently could lead to petrol being sold at Rs.55 per litre, while diesel could cost Rs.50 a litre. Fuel rates have been on the incline since 15 August 2018. While diesel prices have risen by Rs.4.25 per litre, petrol prices have gone up by Rs.3.73 a litre since then. Petrol and diesel prices are revised every day by State-owned oil companies on a daily basis by taking the global crude oil price and the rupee’s exchange rate with the US dollar.

    17 September 2018

  • Diesel Cost Rs.68.78 per litre in the National Capital

    With oil markets steadily recovering on Thursday after it felt the effects of a large build in US inventories on Wednesday, the prices of diesel have been hiked by Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs). The hike in the prices saw diesel cost Rs.68.78 in the national capital. In metros like Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai, individuals had to pay Rs.73.02, Rs.71.62, and Rs.72.65 for every litre of diesel. In Delhi, the OMCs are charging 17.24% Value Added Tax (VAT).

    It needs to be mentioned that in the last few days the United States and China have implemented several rounds of tit-for-tat tariffs and threatened further duties on exports which could have an impact on the global economic growth. The crisis gripping the Turkish Lira has also had an impact in recent times as it has rattled the emerging markets and also echoed across bonds, equities and raw materials. On the global front, Brent crude oil futures were up by 39 cents while US crude futures rose by 14 cents as of Thursday.

    20 August 2018

  • Diesel has been Priced at Rs.68.50 per litre in the National Capital Today

    According to Indian Oil Corporation Limited, the price of diesel was up by 6 paise per litre to Rs.68.50 in Delhi, the capital city of India. Compared to Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, diesel price is lower because of sales tax. Since 30 July, the retail selling price of diesel has been on the rise. Diesel prices dropped by 88 paise per litre over the last 9 days. When revised on 29 May 2018, the price of diesel per litre crossed an all-time high at Rs.69.30.

    In June 2017, dynamic fuel pricing was introduced in India in order to review diesel prices every day. The revision of fuel prices will take place considering the variations in the currency conversion rate and crude oil rates. Prior to this system, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited used to review the price of diesel twice a month. Taxes are an integral part of the actual price charged to fuel consumers. Excise duty levied by the government was Rs.15.33 on diesel per litre. Value-added Tax or sales taxes is charged differently by each Indian state.

    14 August 2018

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