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Petrol, diesel prices today: Fuel rates remain steady. Check latest fuel rates

Fuel prices continued to remain steady on Friday even as oil prices rose slightly in early Asian trade on Friday as nations seek to address global crude oil and fuel supply tightness (REUTERS)Premium
Fuel prices continued to remain steady on Friday even as oil prices rose slightly in early Asian trade on Friday as nations seek to address global crude oil and fuel supply tightness (REUTERS)

  • Petrol, diesel prices today: The cost of petrol in Delhi stands at 96.72, while the cost of diesel is at 89.62 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol is currently retailed at 111.35 per litre and diesel is sold at 97.28

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Petrol, diesel prices today: Petrol and diesel prices continued to remain unchanged on Friday across major cities in the country. Oil marketing companies (OMCs) have kept fuel prices unchanged for over a month now. The government had earlier announced a reduction in excise duty on petrol and diesel by 8 and 6 per liter respectively, so that the price of petrol and diesel will be at least 9.5 and upto 7 cheaper. Since then no fluctuations have occurred and oil prices have remained steady for over a month.

Fuel prices in major cities: 

The cost of petrol in Delhi stands at 96.72, while the diesel price stands at 89.62 per litre. In Mumbai, petrol is currently retailed at 111.35 per litre and diesel is sold at 97.28. 

Petrol price stands at 102.63 in Chennai, while diesel price stands at 94.24. In Kolkata, petrol is retailed at 106.03 and diesel is sold at 92.76.

Domestic fuel prices continued to remain steady even as oil prices rose slightly in early Asian trade on Friday as nations seek to address global crude oil and fuel supply tightness.

Brent crude futures rose 39 cents, or 0.4%, to $110.44 a barrel at 0012 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures rose 37 cents, or 0.4%, to $104.31 a barrel.

OPEC and allied producing countries including Russia will likely stick to a plan for accelerated output increases in August in hopes of easing crude prices and inflation as U.S. President Joe Biden plans to visit Saudi Arabia, sources said.

The group known as OPEC+ agreed at its last meeting on June 2 to boost output by 648,000 barrels a day in July, or 7% of global demand, and by the same amount in August, up from the initial plan to add 432,000 barrels per day a month over three months until September.

However, the group has struggled to hit the monthly increase targets due to underinvestment in oilfields by some OPEC members and, more recently, losses in Russian output.

Major U.S. oil refiners and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm emerged from an emergency meeting over the issue with no concrete solutions to reduce prices, according to a source familiar with the discussions, but the two sides agreed to work together.

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