Petrol, Diesel Prices Kept Unchanged For 27 Days In A Row. See Rates

Fuel prices were kept unchanged for 27 consecutive days on Wednesday.

Petrol, Diesel Prices Kept Unchanged For 27 Days In A Row. See Rates

In Delhi, petrol is currentlysold for Rs 103.97;while diesel rate stood at Rs 86.67.

Petrol, Diesel Prices Today: Fuel prices were kept unchanged for 27 consecutive days on Wednesday. Earlier on November 4, the government had slashed excise duty on petrol and diesel to bring rates slightly down from the record-high levels.

In the national capital, petrol is currently sold for Rs 103.97; while diesel rate stood at Rs 86.67, according to Indian Oil Corporation. In Mumbai, petrol is retailed at Rs 109.98 per litre; while diesel is being sold at Rs 94.14 per litre.

Despite the reduction in prices, petrol rates are still above the Rs 100 per litre mark across the four metros and several cities in the country. Among the metro cities, fuel rates are the highest in Mumbai. The rates vary across the states due to value-added tax or VAT. (Also Read: How To Check Latest Petrol And Diesel Rates In Your City). 

Here are the petrol and diesel price across the metro cities:

Source: Indian Oil

State-run oil refiners such as Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum, and Hindustan Petroleum revise the fuel rates on a daily basis, by taking into account the crude oil prices in the international markets, and the rupee-dollar exchange rates. Any changes in petrol and diesel prices are implemented with effect from 6 am every day.

On the global front, OPEC and its allies begin two days of meetings on Wednesday to decide whether to release more oil into the market or restrain supply amid an oil price rout and fears the Omicron coronavirus variant could weaken global energy demand. Oil prices fell to near $70 a barrel on Tuesday from as high as $86 in October, posting their biggest monthly decline since the outset of the pandemic, as the new variant raised fears of a supply glut. For November, Brent fell by 16.4 per cent, while WTI fell 20.8 per cent, the biggest monthly fall since March 2020.