Petrol prices in Delhi and Mumbai remain high; Check gasoline and diesel prices in your city

Gasoline and diesel prices remain stable for the 29th consecutive day on Thursday May 5th. Following the 14 price hikes implemented by Petroleum Marketing Corporations (OMCs) in major cities that took place between March and April 6, fuel prices remained at their all-time high in several cities across the country. country.

At present, petrol in Delhi is priced at Rs 105.41 per litre, while diesel in the nation’s capital is priced at Rs 96.67 per litre. In Mumbai, a liter of gasoline can be purchased for Rs 120.51 and a liter of diesel in the country’s financial capital can be purchased for Rs 104.77. A liter of gasoline sells for Rs 115.12 in Kolkata, while a liter of diesel in the capital of West Bengal sells for Rs 99.83 per litre. In Chennai, petrol consumers will have to pay Rs 110.85 per liter while diesel consumers will have to pay Rs 100.94 per litre.

Public sector OMCs like Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL), Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) are responsible for the daily review of fuel prices. CMO price revisions are consistent with international crude oil benchmark prices and exchange rates. OMC gasoline and diesel price revisions are implemented beginning at 6 a.m. daily.

Following assembly elections in Punjab, Manipur, Uttar Pradesh and Goa that concluded in March, fuel prices across the country have spiked in the space of a month. It should be noted that the revision of fuel prices varies from state to state. Gasoline and diesel prices differ from state to state in India as they depend on factors such as local taxes, VAT (Value Added Tax) and transportation charges among others.

According to Reuters, Brent crude settled down $2.61, or 2.4%, at $104.97 a barrel.

Gasoline, diesel prices on Thursday, May 5 in Delhi, Chennai and other major cities in India:


Petrol – Rs 105.41 per liter

Diesel – Rs 96.67 per liter


Gasoline – Rs 120.51 per liter

Diesel – Rs 104.77 per liter


Petrol – Rs 115.12 per liter

Diesel – Rs 99.83 per liter


Petrol – Rs 110.85 per liter

Diesel – Rs 100.94 per liter


Gasoline – Rs 118.14 per liter

Diesel – Rs 101.16 per liter


Petrol – Rs 119.49 per liter

Diesel – Rs 105.49 per liter


Petrol – Rs 111.09 per liter

Diesel – Rs 94.79 per liter


Gasoline – Rs 105.66 per liter

Diesel – Rs 91.40 per liter


Gasoline – Rs 105.25 per liter

Diesel – Rs 96.83 per liter


Gasoline – Rs 105.29 per liter

Diesel – Rs 99.64 per liter


Gasoline – Rs 117.19 per liter

Diesel – Rs 103.95 per liter

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