Diesel Price Deregulation


'Diesel Price Deregulation' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Diesel Deregulation: Return of Private Retailers & a Price War?

    Diesel Deregulation: Return of Private Retailers & a Price War?

    India's scrapping of diesel price controls opens the door for private sector refiners to return to a domestic retail market from which they have been excluded for years because they could not compete with state firms.

  • Modi Government May Decide on Coal Reforms: Your 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

    Modi Government May Decide on Coal Reforms: Your 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

    The Narendra Modi government may discuss much-needed reforms in the coal sector in a Cabinet meeting today, sources told NDTV. A decision on reforms in the coal sector may come after the government announced linking diesel prices to market rates and hiked prices of domestic gas over the weekend. The government needs to address the deficit in coal s...

  • Why Stock Markets are Upbeat about Diesel Decontrol, Gas Price Hike

    Why Stock Markets are Upbeat about Diesel Decontrol, Gas Price Hike

    The Modi government on Saturday de-controlled diesel prices and also announced a hike in domestic gas prices. State-run refiners such as Indian Oil Corp, HPCL and BPCL as well as upstream companies such as ONGC, Oil India and GAIL jumped between 4-9 per cent on the announcements. HPCL hit its 52-week high, but Reliance Industries traded lower today...

  • Diesel Prices Deregulated: How it Impacts You

    Diesel Prices Deregulated: How it Impacts You

    The government on Saturday deregulated diesel prices. In simple terms, the government will no longer decide the selling price of diesel in the country. That decision will now be taken by oil retailers such as Indian Oil Corp, BPCL and HPCL.

  • Diesel Deregulation to Benefit Consumers, Says Essar Oil

    Diesel Deregulation to Benefit Consumers, Says Essar Oil

    The government's decision to deregulate diesel will be advantageous for consumers, Essar Oil said on Saturday.

  • Diesel Prices Deregulated, Fall by Nearly Six Per Cent

    Diesel Prices Deregulated, Fall by Nearly Six Per Cent

    The Narendra Modi government deregulated diesel prices today, tying it to the global oil prices. The move will result in an immediate price cut -- a first in five years.

  • Diesel Prices Deregulated, Fall by Nearly 6%

    Diesel Prices Deregulated, Fall by Nearly 6%

    Making the announcement following a cabinet meeting this evening, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, "Over the last 5 years, the (diesel) prices have increased (by) almost 50 paise every month because there is a reduction in the international crude prices while we are linking it to the market price. The price today would stand reduced."

  • Narendra Modi Government Deregulates Diesel Prices

    Narendra Modi Government Deregulates Diesel Prices

    The Union Cabinet met this evening to discuss the deregulation of diesel prices, sources told NDTV. Deregulation would mean the prices of diesel will move as per market flow - just like petrol. It would also ease the government's subsidy burden.

  • Diesel Prices Might Drop By Rs 2.50/litre After State Polls

    Diesel Prices Might Drop By Rs 2.50/litre After State Polls

    A Rs 2.50 per litre cut in diesel prices and a little less than Re 1 a litre on petrol is in offing as international oil rates fell to a 27-month low. Prices may be cut after Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections are completed on October 15.

  • Diesel Prices May Come Down Soon

    Diesel Prices May Come Down Soon

    Diesel currently costs Rs 58.97 per litre in Delhi and Rs 67.26 per litre in Mumbai. In Kolkata it is priced at Rs 63.81 per litre and Chennai charges Rs 62.92.

  • Oil Ministry to Seek Cabinet Nod on Diesel Deregulation: Report

    Oil Ministry to Seek Cabinet Nod on Diesel Deregulation: Report

    The Oil Ministry will approach the Cabinet regarding a possible deregulation of domestic diesel pricing as local prices could soon reach parity with global levels, two ministry sources told Reuters.

  • High Subsidies on LPG, Kerosene to Remain a Challenge: ICRA

    High Subsidies on LPG, Kerosene to Remain a Challenge: ICRA

    With diesel price deregulation likely at some point this fiscal, high subsidies on LPG and kerosene will continue to be a major challenge, ICRA Research said on Monday.

  • Modi May Push Ahead With Diesel Price Deregulation: Report

    Modi May Push Ahead With Diesel Price Deregulation: Report

    With the biggest election win in 30 years, the Modi-led National Democratic Alliance is expected to maintain the reforms momentum, ICICI Securities said in a research note.

  • Diesel prices to be deregulated in six months: Oil Minister

    Diesel prices to be deregulated in six months: Oil Minister

    State-owned fuel retailers, who control 95 per cent of the petrol pump sales, sell diesel at government-fixed rates, which are way lower than the cost of production.

  • Diesel price deregulation may lead to hike in bus fares: India Ratings

    Diesel price deregulation may lead to hike in bus fares: India Ratings

    State road transport corporations will have to raise fares by over 18 per cent to make up for the recent diesel price deregulation, according to India Ratings & Research said on Tuesday.

'Diesel Price Deregulation' - 16 News Result(s)

  • Diesel Deregulation: Return of Private Retailers & a Price War?

    Diesel Deregulation: Return of Private Retailers & a Price War?

    India's scrapping of diesel price controls opens the door for private sector refiners to return to a domestic retail market from which they have been excluded for years because they could not compete with state firms.

  • Modi Government May Decide on Coal Reforms: Your 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

    Modi Government May Decide on Coal Reforms: Your 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

    The Narendra Modi government may discuss much-needed reforms in the coal sector in a Cabinet meeting today, sources told NDTV. A decision on reforms in the coal sector may come after the government announced linking diesel prices to market rates and hiked prices of domestic gas over the weekend. The government needs to address the deficit in coal s...

  • Why Stock Markets are Upbeat about Diesel Decontrol, Gas Price Hike

    Why Stock Markets are Upbeat about Diesel Decontrol, Gas Price Hike

    The Modi government on Saturday de-controlled diesel prices and also announced a hike in domestic gas prices. State-run refiners such as Indian Oil Corp, HPCL and BPCL as well as upstream companies such as ONGC, Oil India and GAIL jumped between 4-9 per cent on the announcements. HPCL hit its 52-week high, but Reliance Industries traded lower today...

  • Diesel Prices Deregulated: How it Impacts You

    Diesel Prices Deregulated: How it Impacts You

    The government on Saturday deregulated diesel prices. In simple terms, the government will no longer decide the selling price of diesel in the country. That decision will now be taken by oil retailers such as Indian Oil Corp, BPCL and HPCL.

  • Diesel Deregulation to Benefit Consumers, Says Essar Oil

    Diesel Deregulation to Benefit Consumers, Says Essar Oil

    The government's decision to deregulate diesel will be advantageous for consumers, Essar Oil said on Saturday.

  • Diesel Prices Deregulated, Fall by Nearly Six Per Cent

    Diesel Prices Deregulated, Fall by Nearly Six Per Cent

    The Narendra Modi government deregulated diesel prices today, tying it to the global oil prices. The move will result in an immediate price cut -- a first in five years.

  • Diesel Prices Deregulated, Fall by Nearly 6%

    Diesel Prices Deregulated, Fall by Nearly 6%

    Making the announcement following a cabinet meeting this evening, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said, "Over the last 5 years, the (diesel) prices have increased (by) almost 50 paise every month because there is a reduction in the international crude prices while we are linking it to the market price. The price today would stand reduced."

  • Narendra Modi Government Deregulates Diesel Prices

    Narendra Modi Government Deregulates Diesel Prices

    The Union Cabinet met this evening to discuss the deregulation of diesel prices, sources told NDTV. Deregulation would mean the prices of diesel will move as per market flow - just like petrol. It would also ease the government's subsidy burden.

  • Diesel Prices Might Drop By Rs 2.50/litre After State Polls

    Diesel Prices Might Drop By Rs 2.50/litre After State Polls

    A Rs 2.50 per litre cut in diesel prices and a little less than Re 1 a litre on petrol is in offing as international oil rates fell to a 27-month low. Prices may be cut after Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections are completed on October 15.

  • Diesel Prices May Come Down Soon

    Diesel Prices May Come Down Soon

    Diesel currently costs Rs 58.97 per litre in Delhi and Rs 67.26 per litre in Mumbai. In Kolkata it is priced at Rs 63.81 per litre and Chennai charges Rs 62.92.

  • Oil Ministry to Seek Cabinet Nod on Diesel Deregulation: Report

    Oil Ministry to Seek Cabinet Nod on Diesel Deregulation: Report

    The Oil Ministry will approach the Cabinet regarding a possible deregulation of domestic diesel pricing as local prices could soon reach parity with global levels, two ministry sources told Reuters.

  • High Subsidies on LPG, Kerosene to Remain a Challenge: ICRA

    High Subsidies on LPG, Kerosene to Remain a Challenge: ICRA

    With diesel price deregulation likely at some point this fiscal, high subsidies on LPG and kerosene will continue to be a major challenge, ICRA Research said on Monday.

  • Modi May Push Ahead With Diesel Price Deregulation: Report

    Modi May Push Ahead With Diesel Price Deregulation: Report

    With the biggest election win in 30 years, the Modi-led National Democratic Alliance is expected to maintain the reforms momentum, ICICI Securities said in a research note.

  • Diesel prices to be deregulated in six months: Oil Minister

    Diesel prices to be deregulated in six months: Oil Minister

    State-owned fuel retailers, who control 95 per cent of the petrol pump sales, sell diesel at government-fixed rates, which are way lower than the cost of production.

  • Diesel price deregulation may lead to hike in bus fares: India Ratings

    Diesel price deregulation may lead to hike in bus fares: India Ratings

    State road transport corporations will have to raise fares by over 18 per cent to make up for the recent diesel price deregulation, according to India Ratings & Research said on Tuesday.

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