Diesel Price In Nagercoil Today

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    ₹ 99.16
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    18 Oct 2021 ₹ 99.16
    17 Oct 2021 ₹ 99.16
    16 Oct 2021 ₹ 99.16
    15 Oct 2021 ₹ 99.16
    14 Oct 2021 ₹ 98.83
    13 Oct 2021 ₹ 98.5
    12 Oct 2021 ₹ 98.5
    11 Oct 2021 ₹ 98.5
    10 Oct 2021 ₹ 98.16
    09 Oct 2021 ₹ 97.83

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    Diesel Price in Nagercoil

    Nagercoil is an emerging city in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Here, we discuss various aspects related to diesel, including GST and dynamic fuel pricing. Let’s first take a look at recent diesel prices in Nagercoil. After the daily price revision on 24 May 2018, Indian Oil unveiled a price range of Rs.73 per litre. The price primarily consists of crude oil expenditures and taxes. Indeed, there will be a minute deviation in the offers made by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited and Hindustan Petroleum Private Limited.

    Each fuel brand is equally competitive in terms of quality parameters. In Nagercoil, like other Indian cities, the fuel is sold via fuel dealers of HPCL, BPCL and IOCL. The fuel market is minutely shared by other two fuel brands such as Reliance Oil and Shell Oil. All the fuel companies will attract different classes of customers. Pricing strategies will differ. Diesel prices, for example, offered by Shell Oil and Reliance Industries are lesser compared to well-established, state-run companies.

    Determining and Revising Diesel Price in Nagercoil

    India has introduced dynamic fuel pricing to revise the value of diesel. To value something, marketers use certain strategies. A mobile company will consider the demand pattern in order to determine the price of its newly-launched mobile phone. Diesel is also a commodity, which is now priced under dynamic fuel pricing. The model of dynamic fuel pricing is based on the exchange rate and crude oil expenses. It has also been tested in Japan, Australia, Russia, etc.

    Salient Features of Dynamic Fuel Pricing

    • It is a daily fuel price revision system. Revised prices are declared every day at all diesel stations in Nagercoil.
    • Both mechanized and non-mechanised fuel stations will follow the system, which does not entertain the influence of political factors.
    • Fuel pricing is fully transparent.

    Merits of Dynamic Fuel Pricing

    Dynamic fuel pricing is advantageous to customers and fuel brands. Any fluctuations in the rate of unrefined oil and the currency conversion rate can be immediately transferred to final customers in Nagercoil. The supply of diesel cannot be interrupted. BPCL, HPCL and IOCL can easily manage their stock levels. Working capital and cash can also be easily managed. More importantly, dynamic fuel pricing bridges the gap between the Indian fuel sector and the global fuel sector.

    Trace Today’s Diesel Price in Nagercoil Downloading Mobile Applications

    Tracing the latest diesel price in Nagercoil is easier now with a few customised mobile applications in place. Consider the following options which are easy to use. Many people have already begun using mobile applications such as SmartDrive, My HPCL and Fuel@IOC. Each application provides attractive features and can be used to trace the current diesel rate in Nagercoil and the transactions you have made at fuel stations.

    Computation of Diesel Price in Nagercoil

    Step 1: Computation of Crude Oil Cost

    OMCs need crude oil to produce diesel. They import crude oil. The price paid to purchase crude oil is called the cost price of crude oil. Crude oil is clubbed into two classes: WTI and Brent. The price of each brand is different. In domestic markets, OMCs compute the aggregated price of Brent crude oil and WTI crude oil. It is used as a standard to reset fuel prices.

    Step 2: Computation of OMC Expenses

    OMCs are a primary industry participant. They have several types of expenses, which include landing expenses, entry taxes, transportation costs, marketing expenses, refinery transfer price, etc.

    Step 3: Imposition of Taxes

    In India, diesel is taxed by the state government and the central government. The tax imposed by the central government is called excise duty whereas the tax collected by the local government is called Value-added Tax.

    Step 4: Commission Paid to Dealers

    Dealers will function as an intermediary between fuel companies and customers. They will be paid a fixed rate of commission. The commission charged to dealers may not be the same across the country.

    RSP of fuel = crude oil cost + excise duty + VAT + commission

    Factors Affecting Diesel Rate in Nagercoil

    Fuel rates are affected by the exchange rate, crude oil overheads, excise duty and state-level taxes. The exchange rate measures the value of a currency against another currency. Similarly, the USD/INR exchange rate gives us the conversion rate of the USD versus the INR. On a daily basis, this exchange ratio is revised by the Central Bank of India. The price of crude oil will increase if the INR appreciates. When the INR depreciates, the crude oil rate will fall. Based on the changes in crude oil rates, fuel price gets adjusted.

    Excise duty has to be adjusted whenever required. When excise duty comes down, fuel rates will decrease and vice versa. Value-added Tax (VAT) can also be revised by the concerned government. If it falls down, fuel rates will diminish and vice versa. Excise duty on diesel was Rs.3.46 per litre in November 2014. It further increased to Rs.17.33 per litre in August 2017. Further, it was reviewed to Rs.15.33 per litre in May 2018.

    Impact of GST on Diesel Price in Nagercoil

    GST is a major change in the Indian tax system. It is defined as a unified tax process imposed in July 2017. At 5%, 12%, 18% and 28%, GST is charged on a number of goods and services. After the implementation of GST, petroleum derivatives were excluded from GST. Let’s understand the impact of imposing GST on diesel by taking the example of the national capital. On diesel, if GST is executed at 12%, the price of diesel in Delhi will fall down to Rs.31 per litre. At 18% GST tax bracket, diesel will be priced at Rs.33 per litre. If GST levied at the highest rate of 28%, the price of diesel will be Rs.33 per litre. Bringing diesel under GST will reduce diesel prices in Nagercoil as well. Moreover, industry participants are required to pay more compliance overheads. Many people across the country have demanded the Central Government to impose GST on petrol and diesel. However, it has to be decided by the concerned authorities.

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    News About Diesel Price In Nagercoil Today

    • Petrol, Diesel Prices Shoot Upwards After Stagnating for Two Days

      State-controlled Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) hiked petrol and diesel prices today across major metro cities of country after keeping it stagnant for two days. While petrol prices rose by 7 paise, diesel prices inclined by 5 to 6 paise per litre. In Delhi, petrol is being sold at Rs.70.12 per litre, diesel is being sold at Rs.63.95 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol costs Rs.75.82 per litre and diesel costs Rs.67.05 per litre. Similarly, in Kolkata, petrol is available at Rs.72.38 per litre and diesel costs Rs.65.87 per litre. In Chennai, petrol costs Rs.72.84 per litre while diesel costs Rs.67.64 per litre. Fuel prices in India are proportional crude oil prices in the international oil market and the exchange rate of the rupee over the US dollar as India imports more than 80% of its crude requirement. New prices are based on the dynamic fuel pricing mechanism which considers the 15-day average price of crude and rupee-dollar exchange rate. Prices of petrol and diesel have been on the rise since early this year due to supply cuts led by the OPEC and its allies and US curbs on Iran and the trade war between the US and China.

      Crude prices are expected to increase as per a recent report by the US agency Energy Information Administration as crude oil reserves declined by 128 million barrels as of 21 June 2019.

      28 June 2019

    • Petrol Pumps to Shut for 20-Minutes Across India Today

      Paying respect to over 40 CRPF soldiers who lost their lives due to an attack, the Consortium of Indian Petroleum Dealers (CIPD) has called for a 20-minute shutdown of fuel stations across the country. CIPD which has over 56,000 petrol pumps across the country will not sell petrol or diesel at these stations between 7:00 pm and 7:20 pm on Wednesday evening. The consortium said that banners and photos the CRPF, who lost their lives, would be placed in petrol pumps and lights would be turned off during the mentioned time. Meanwhile, petrol and diesel prices were kept unchanged after six consecutive increase. Petrol prices had risen by 9-11 paise per litre, while diesel rates went up by 6-7 paise per litre on Tuesday. Petrol and diesel rates are proportional to the global crude oil price as well as the exchange rate of rupee over the US dollar. These factors are considered before arriving at the final selling price of petrol or diesel in a city under the pricing mechanism known as ‘dynamic fuel pricing’.

      20 February 2019

    • Higher Crude Oil Prices Increased the net Profit of Indian OIl

      The net profit of Indian Oil Corporation Limited has increased by 33% at Rs.862.01 crore net profit for the 2nd quarter of the fiscal year 2018-2019. The total income of the company was higher at Rs.4,031.41 crore in the same tenure. The hike in the price of crude oil has replicated in the profits of this oil company. On the Bombay Stock Exchange, the equity shares of Indian Oil Corporation Limited was down by 0.33% at Rs.198.95 per share on the Bombay Stock Exchange during an intraday trading session on Monday, 12 November 2018. Profit before tax, PBT, by selling crude oil in the quarter was Rs.1,307.34 crore.

      14 November 2018

    • With 84% Rise in Fuel Cost, IndiGo Posts Rs.652.10 Crore Loss in Q2 FY 2019

      InterGlobe Aviation, owner of IndiGo recorded a loss of Rs.652.10 crore for the quarter ended September 30, as a result of higher fuel prices and the fall in the rupee. In Q2, FY 2018-19, the price of fuel jumped 84.30% to Rs.3,035.50 crore as compared to Rs.1,647.30 crore in Q2 FY18. Meanwhile, the net profit of the company stood at Rs.551.60 crore in the corresponding quarter last year. The company’s revenue from operations recorded an increase and stood at Rs.6,185.31 crore, as against Rs.5,290.98 crore in Q2FY18. IndiGo’s cost per available seat kilometers (CASK), including fuel recorded an increase of 13.50% YoY and stood at Rs.2.18. As on September 30, the total debt of the company stood at Rs.2,641.10 crore.

      26 October 2018

    • Excise Duty to Remain Unchanged on Diesel and Petrol

      The Central Government does not want to cut excise duty on both diesel and petrol as it wants to retain revenues unaffected. Import bills are increasing because of a weakened Indian rupee and the Central Government entrusts that the current account deficit will exceed the anticipated target. On Tuesday, diesel and petrol rates recorded a new high as the INR depreciated against the dollar terribly. As of 4 September 2018, a litre of petrol was priced at Rs.79.31 in Delhi, the national capital, whereas a litre of diesel was priced at Rs.71.34. Approximately 50% of the retail selling price of petrol and diesel is made of sales tax and central tax.

      According to Oil Marketing Companies, petrol price was up by 16 paise a litre whereas diesel price was up by 19 paise per litre. Since 16 August, OMCs have been steading increasing fuel prices because of a falling domestic currency and increasing petroleum rates. Over the last 20 days, petrol price has gone up by Rs.2.17 a litre whereas diesel price has gone up by Rs.2.62 a litre. P Chidambaram, former finance minister said that fuel prices can be controlled by reducing excise duty and sales tax that have been excessively imposed.

      11 September 2018

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