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New Delhi: Petrol and diesel prices held steady across metro cities on September 22, the latest price notification issued by fuel retailers showed. However, minor rise and fall in rates has also been observed, in case of individual cities.

As per the latest fuel rates announced by the oil marketing companies, petrol in Delhi is being sold at Rs 96.72 a litre while diesel is being sold at Rs 89.62 a litre. Whereas in Mumbai, petrol is available at Rs 106.31 and diesel at Rs 94.27 per litre. While petrol in Kolkata is Rs 106.03 and diesel is Rs 92.76 per litre. On the other hand, petrol is being sold at Rs 102.63 and diesel at Rs 94.24 per litre in Chennai.

At present, petrol in Noida has become Rs 96.79 and diesel Rs 89.96 per litre. In Ghaziabad, the price of diesel has become Rs 96.58 per litre and diesel has become Rs 89.75 per litre. In Lucknow, petrol has become Rs 96.57 and diesel Rs 89.76 per litre. In Patna, petrol has become Rs 107.24 and diesel Rs 94.04 per litre. Petrol in Bhopal has become Rs 108.65 and diesel Rs 93.90 per litre. Petrol in Port Blair has become Rs 84.10 and diesel Rs 79.74 per litre.

The oil marketing companies (OMCs) – Bharat Petroleum, Hindustan Petroleum, Indian Oil revise the fuel rates everyday at 6 am. The Centre controls fuel prices through excise duty, base and cap prices at which dealers and oil companies deal with each other.

Petrol and diesel prices have been largely uniform since May 21 last year, when the previous nationwide revision to these was notified.

Meanwhile, on the international front, the oil prices rose on Friday as concerns that a Russian ban on fuel exports could tighten global oil supply outweighed fears that further possible U.S. interest rate hikes could dent fuel demand, but they were still headed for a weekly loss in four.

Brent futures climbed 21 cents, or 0.2%, to $93.51 a barrel by 0103 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) futures gained 23 cents, or 0.3%, to $89.86.

Crude oil imports by India, the world’s third largest importer of the most critical fossil fuel, declined by almost 4 per cent M-o-M to 18.73 million tonnes (mt) in August largely due to production cuts by Russia and autumn refinery maintenance.

However, imports last month were higher on an annual basis by more than 6 per cent from 17.64 mt in August 2022.

  • Published On Sep 22, 2023 at 09:24 AM IST

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