Saturday, 28 January 2023

LPG commercial price hiked by ₹102 per cylinder

LPG commercial price hiked by ₹102 per cylinder

Oil marketing companies (OMC) have hiked the 19 kg commercial LPG cylinder price by around ₹102 with immediate effect.

In Delhi, the national capital, the 19 kg commercial cylinder now costs 2355.50 against the previous level, ₹ ₹2253 per cylinder. In Mumbai, the retail LPG price was hiked to ₹2,307 from ₹2205 per cylinder. Hence, in Kolkata, a consumer will have to shell out ₹2,455 for a 19-kg cylinder instead of ₹2,351. At the same time, instead of ₹2,406, the customer will have to spend ₹2,508 in Chennai from today. Meanwhile, a 5kg LPG cylinder is priced at ₹655 now in the national capital.

The increase in prices comes from the rise in global energy prices amid the Ukraine crisis and supply concerns.

But there is a great relief that this increase in prices has not happened in domestic LPG cylinders but commercial gas cylinders.

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After the state assembly elections held in five states, petrol, diesel, and LPG prices increased. On 22 March, the subsidized domestic LPG cylinder increased by ₹50. Earlier, after 6 October 2021, there was no change in the rate of domestic LPG cylinders.

The price of ATF(aviation turbine fuel) was also hiked today by 3.22 percent, which was the ninth straight increase this year - to an all-time high, reflecting a surge in global energy prices.

ATF price was hiked by ₹ 3,649.13 per kilolitre or 3.22 percent.

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