New Delhi. Petrol and diesel prices in India continue to rise steadily due to the rise in crude oil. Oil companies have increased the prices of petrol and diesel for the sixth consecutive day today. According to the prices released by the oil companies for today, the price of diesel has increased by 35 paise per liter in Delhi and petrol has become costlier by 30 paise per liter. In Mumbai, petrol has become costlier by 29 paise per liter and diesel by 37 paise per liter.
Where did the prices of petrol and diesel reach
According to the information given on the website of Indian Oil (IOC), today
Delhi Petrol is priced at Rs 104.14 per liter and diesel at Rs 92.82 per litre.
There itself Mumbai Petrol in today Rs 110.12 and diesel Rs 100.66 per liter
Kolkata Petrol in today Rs 104.80 and diesel Rs 95.93 per liter
Chennai Petrol in today Rs 101.53 and diesel Rs 97.26 per liter
Bangalore Petrol in today Rs 107.77 and diesel Rs 93.02 per liter
Lucknow Petrol in today Rs 101.18 and diesel Rs 93.26 per liter
Patna Petrol in today Rs 107.29 and diesel Rs 99.36 per liter
Jaipur Petrol in today Rs 111.23 and diesel Rs 102.31 per liter
Gurugram Petrol in today Rs 101.82 and diesel Rs 93.56 per liter
Hyderabad Petrol in today Rs 108.33 and diesel Rs 101.27 per liter
Ranchi Petrol in today Rs 98.66 and diesel Rs 97.98 per liter
Dehradun Today in petrol Rs 100.29 and diesel Rs 93.67 per liter
And Shimla Today petrol is at the level of Rs 101.58 and diesel at Rs 92.02 per liter.
Crude oil reaches record levels in 7 years
There has been a sharp rise in crude oil prices in the last week, during a week the prices have increased by 4 percent. There is currently a coal crisis around the world, due to which there are signs of increasing demand for crude oil. However, the supply is not increasing as per the demand, due to which there has been a sharp jump in crude oil prices. OPEC countries and the US have said that they are currently monitoring the demand trend, after which they will consider increasing production. On Friday, Brent reached $ 82 a barrel and WTI crossed $ 80 a barrel. During the trading itself, crude oil reached a high level of almost 7 years. The effect of this rise in crude oil prices is being seen on the demand for petrol and diesel in India.