The first day of June saw a price hike in cooking gas cylinder across the country. Now consumers have to pay more for LPG.
After the global hike in June prices, the rates of LPG cylinders in India have been hiked with effect from today.
“The Retail Selling Price of LPG in Delhi market for the month of May 2020 was reduced from Rs 744 to Rs. 581.50 per cylinder for all consumers in line with a drop in international prices,” the Indian Oil Corporation Ltd said.
For Delhi consumers, the prices are now up by Rs 11.50 a cylinder, according to a release by the IOC.
Now Non-subsidised 14.2 kg Indane cylinder will cost Rs 593 in Delhi, Rs 590.50 in Mumbai, Rs 606.50 in Chennai and Rs 616 in Kolkata.
Before the raise in LPG, prices were cut for three months earlier.
New LPG Price in Metro Cities and State Capitals
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LPG Cylinder Providers in India
Bharat Gas, Indane Gas, HP Gas.
LPG is made during a natural gas processing and oil refining process. It is separated from the unprocessed natural gas using refrigeration technique and later extracted from heated crude oil using a distillation tower