Petrol-Diesel Price Today: New prices of petrol and diesel released, check your city prices here

New prices of petrol and diesel released

Petrol-Diesel Price Today: Major oil companies of the country have released new prices of petrol and diesel for Thursday, 26 May. There has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel across the country today.

Major oil companies of the country for Thursday, 26 May petrol and diesel (Petrol & Diesel) New prices have been released. There has been no change in the prices of petrol and diesel across the country today. Note that the central government (Central Government) Last week, on Saturday, the excise duty levied on the purchase of petrol and diesel was reduced. After which petrol and diesel became cheaper from Rs 7 to Rs 9.50 per liter across the country from Sunday, 22 May. Today, the price of petrol in the capital Delhi is Rs 96.72 and the price of diesel is Rs 89.62 per liter.

Where is the most expensive oil in 4 metros of the country

Apart from Delhi, the price of one liter of petrol in Mumbai today is Rs 111.35 and the price of diesel is Rs 97.28. In Chennai, the price of petrol is Rs 102.63 and the price of diesel is Rs 94.24 per liter. Whereas, the price of petrol in Kolkata is Rs 106.03 and the price of diesel is Rs 92.76 per liter. If we compare the current prices of petrol and diesel in 4 metros of the country, then the capital Delhi has the lowest oil prices while Mumbai is the most expensive. If you want to see the latest prices of petrol and diesel in your cityCheck it out by clicking on this link can do.

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Latest prices of petrol and diesel in major cities of the country

city Petrol price Rs per liter Diesel price Rs per liter
Delhi 96.72 89.62
Mumbai 111.35 97.28
Kolkata 106.03 92.76
Chennai 102.63 94.24
Bangalore 101.94 87.89
Hyderabad 109.66 97.82
Patna 107.24 94.04
Bhopal 108.65 93.90
Jaipur 108.48 93.72
Lucknow 96.57 89.76
Thiruvananthapuram 107.71 96.52
Source: Indian Oil Corporation

Crude oil prices rise, prices reach $ 115

There is a continuous jump in the price of crude oil in the international market. Despite this, the central government is making every effort to give relief to the common people of the country from inflation. Crude oil prices have reached $115 per barrel in the international market. On Thursday, May 25, WTI Crude prices are trading around $111 and Brent Crude prices are trading around $115. This simply means that the central government is compromising with its profits to give relief to the countrymen from expensive petrol and diesel.