Petrol Price In Nellore Today

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    ₹ 77.91
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    21 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.91
    20 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.91
    19 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.91
    18 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.91
    17 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.91
    16 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.91
    15 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.91
    14 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.96
    13 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.96
    12 Oct 2019 ₹ 77.96

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    Petrol Price in Nellore

    Are you aware of the recent trends with respect to fuel pricing? Do you know how petrol prices are fixed and revised in Nellore? Should the GST framework be implemented on petrol? Do you know why the petrol rate in Nellore is higher compared to Delhi and Goa? Are these not important questions. Yes, these are! This page is targeted towards petrol consumers from Nellore, a notable town in the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The page discusses various aspects related to fuel pricing, including an analysis of historical petrol prices in Nellore.

    Daily Revision System or Dynamic Fuel Pricing

    Currently, all petrol stations across the city of Nellore have been reviewing the price of fuels under dynamic fuel system. According to experts, dynamic fuel pricing is an important initiative that brings transparency with regard fuel pricing. The newly adopted mechanism is in sync with global markets. It is also in use in developed economies such as Australia, the USA, Japan, etc. In India, it was deployed in June 2017 and was well-received by all industry stakeholders.

    The revision has to be done before 06:00 a.m. regularly by considering the currency conversion rate and Brent crude oil rates. The new price, which is set for petrol, reflects the changes in the price determinants. Thereby, fuel customers in Nellore are marked to real-time market performances. The daily revision system shall be advantageous to everyone involved in the supply chain. Petrol consumers in Nellore, OMCs and retail fuel dealers are safeguarded against huge petrol price variations via the daily revision system.

    Is the daily revision system advantageous?

    • Fuel customers from the city of Nellore are benefited through quickly transferring any fall in international crude oil rates.
    • Since the arrival of the daily revision system, the net effect of the GDP of the globe on the GDP of India accelerated significantly.
    • Fuel consumers shall no longer face the problem of drastic fuel price variations.
    • Oil marketing corporations shall no longer face the problem of working capital and cash flows.
    • No political pressures can manipulate fuel pricing.
    • Marketing companies shall be able to envision their net earnings in advance.
    • The hypothetical element of predicting short-term and long-term fuel prices can be removed.

    Can I trace the Current Petrol Price in Nellore?

    Today’s petrol price in Nellore is obtained through offline and online means. The fuel consumers, who use smartphones, are recommended to download mobile applications to check fuel prices in Nellore. The mobile application provided by Indian Oil Company is Fuel@IOC, which can be accessed through the Apple Store and the Google Play Store. Android and Apple users can make use of this mobile application. Many people use SmartDrive, which is a popular mobile application provided by Bharat Petroleum. SmartDrive is individualised to accumulate vehicle and consumer-related information.

    My HPCL is the mobile application provided by Hindustan Petroleum and can be accessed through IOS, Window and Android devices. You can download any of these mobile applications to check today’s petrol rate in Nellore. Besides, all oil marketing companies provide SMS services wherein customers are required to type ‘RSP’ and send the dealer code to 9224992249 (India Oil) or 9223112222 (Bharat Petroleum) or 9222201122 (Hindustan Petroleum).

    How is the Petrol Price in Nellore fixed?

    • Step 1: To determine the petrol price today in Nellore, the previous day’s Brent crude oil price and the value of the USD are taken into consideration. Let’s assume that the value of the USD is Rs.65 and the crude oil rate is $65. Now, we shall multiply 65 with 65 to arrive at the cost price of a barrel of oil, which is Rs.4,225. This amount is divided by 159 to arrive at the cost price of a litre of crude oil, which is Rs.26.50.
    • Step 2: We have to now add the overheads spent by oil marketing companies. It is approximately Rs.8 per litre and is added to the cost price of a litre of crude oil.
    • Step 3: We have to now consider the excise duty, which is decided annually by the Central Government. As of 1 February 2018, it was Rs.19.48 per litre on petrol. The excise duty includes the road cess, which has been recently introduced.
    • Step 4: The commission charged by fuel retailers in Nellore is Rs.3.42 on petrol per litre. This is also one of the cost elements.
    • Step 5: This is the final step where the VAT and the pollution cess are taken into account. As of 4 September 2017, the VAT charged by the Government of Andhra Pradesh was 38.93% and the pollution cess was 25 paise on petrol per litre.

    Determinants of Petrol Price in Nellore

    Petrol rates in Nellore are affected by crude oil rates, taxes, the exchange rate, etc. Crude oil rates are sensitive to production levels, the demand for unrefined oil in overseas markets and the political moves in oil-extracting nations. Fuel prices shall increase if India and Asian countries register a healthy economic progress. They shall change based on the policies of state governments in levying taxes on petrol. If there is a hike in the central tax, oil marketing brands shall increase the fuel prices to recoup losses and earn profits.

    Let’s analyse the recent moves. The excise duty has been cut twice over the last 5 five month by the BJP-led government. It was lowered by Rs.2 per litre in October 2017 to control mounting fuel prices in India. Moreover, all states were intimated to decline the local tax on fuels. The State Government of Andhra Pradesh had refused to cut the local tax. Petrol prices in Nellore would have been cheaper if the State Government of Andhra Pradesh had decreased the local tax in October 2017.

    Petrol Price in Nellore vs GST

    Most people would want to include petrol under GST. Currently, GST is not levied on petrol, including its sub-products. Since petrol and petroleum products are a major revenue source for the central and state governments, they have not been brought under GST. Even though the GST Council proposes to tax petrol at the highest rate, which is 28%, the current petrol rate in Nellore shall reduce by 20-25% approximately. Market watchers say “Bringing petrol under GST makes the Indian tax system seamless.” The GST Council retains the right whether or not to bring petrol under GST. If GST is to be imposed on petrol, the prevailing tax rates are required to be modified a little to match the government’s requirements.

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    News About Petrol Price In Nellore Today

    • People in Hyderabad are Hoping for a Stable Diesel Pricing Mechanism

      Diesel prices have continued to fall over the last few weeks and after stabilising has reached back to its original levels seen during September. However, the constant rise in fuel prices has claimed plenty of victims, and commuters are tired of having had to deal with a market where rates change on a daily basis. Fuel rates had reached such a high that they had went up close to Rs.90 per litre in some cities with a Rs.100 per litre looking very much a possibility.

      Some of the commuters in the city are hoping that a stable pricing mechanism is brought into place so that they don’t have to bear with the stress of living with high fuel prices everyday. A few have also complained that they had to factor in the rising fuel prices as part of their monthly budget, which became a chore in itself.

      On Monday, the 26th of November, diesel prices in Hyderabad was holding at Rs.75.39 per litre as opposed to Rs.82.07 per litre seen on the 4th of October. From May to October, there was a Rs.9 increase in diesel prices as it went from Rs.73.45 per litre to Rs.82.07 per litre.

      29 November 2018

    • State Planning to Provide Some Relief to Fuel Users with Petrol Rate Cap

      The government is contemplating to bring down the price of octane to bring some competition into the market. It has sent the proposal to the fuel retail and wholesale segments. The government also asked them to provide their feedback on the issue by this Wednesday. The government officials have claimed it as a much-awaited incentive. The government is planning to make this happen considering the impact of the skyrocketing fuel prices. The opposition party leaders are building the pressure on the Centre to bring fuel prices down as more than 50% of the RSP of petrol or diesel goes towards the sales tax and the central tax.

      Tseliso, who is the Deputy Director General in the Energy Department, said that the Centre will disclose the predetermined price for 93 while declaring the fuel rates on a monthly basis. The retailers cannot go at a price more than 93. The rate for 95-octane has to be at another level. The price the government release each month for 93 will be capped price but not a predetermined price.

      15 October 2018

    • Indian Crude Supplier Iran to See Exports Drop Massively

      A vast majority of India’s crude came from the OPEC member Iran until recently. However, the United States President Donald Trump levied fresh sanctions on the country. This has caused Iran’s oil exports to drop significantly since the month of August. Most of the Asian countries which traded with Iran, have stopped trading with the Middle East nation either to stop itself from irking the United States or to get some waivers from its administration.

      Reports suggest that the export numbers could drop significantly once the additional sanctions kick in in November and it remains to be seen how many countries such as India, China and Europe will still trade with the nation come October or November.

      From the period between August 1 and 15, Iran’s exports were at 1.48 million barrels per day, which then rose to 1.69 barrels per day - a 0.21 million increase within a month’s span.

      However, if reports are to go by, this number will not look so rosy come October and subsequently November when most countries will work towards bringing Iran’s oil export to near zero levels. The country’s export back in July averaged at 2.32 million barrels per day.

      24 September 2018

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