State-Wise List For Petrol Price
Petrol prices in India are based on dynamic fuel pricing system and hence revised on a regular basis. The petrol rates are revised at 6 am every day. This dynamic pricing ensures that even a minute’s variation in global oil prices can be transmitted to fuel users and dealers. The final petrol rate is decided by adding payment to the refineries, excise duty, dealer commission and Value-Added Tax or VAT. After adding these, the retail selling price of petrol gets nearly doubled. Several factors determine the price of petrol – like Rupee to US dollar exchange rate, cost of crude oil, global cues, demand for fuel, among others. When international crude oil prices gain, fuel price in India moves higher.
|Andaman And Nicobar||84.10 ₹/L||0.00|
|Andhra Pradesh||111.74 ₹/L||0.31|
|Arunachal Pradesh||95.89 ₹/L||0.00|
|Dadra And Nagar Haveli||94.43 ₹/L||0.00|
|Daman And Diu||94.31 ₹/L||0.07|
|Himachal Pradesh||95.88 ₹/L||0.18|
|Jammu And Kashmir||100.51 ₹/L||0.00|
|Madhya Pradesh||109.70 ₹/L||0.08|
|Tamil Nadu||103.45 ₹/L||0.18|
|Uttar Pradesh||96.38 ₹/L||0.18|
|West Bengal||106.82 ₹/L||0.00|
As of June 2017, petrol prices in India are revised daily, and this is called the dynamic fuel price method. Petrol and diesel rates are revised at 06:00 am every day. Before this, prices were revised every fortnight. Various factors impact the price of fuel, these include the Rupee to US dollar exchange rate, cost of crude oil, global cues, demand for fuel, and so on. When international crude oil prices gain, prices in India move higher. The price of fuel includes excise duty, value-added tax (VAT), and dealer commission. VAT varies from state to state. After adding excise duty, dealer commission and VAT, the retail selling price of the petrol gets nearly doubled.