LPG cylinder prices have risen twice in the last 15 days
1st Sept, 2021
Check the most recent rates. On Wednesday, the price of non-subsidised Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) domestic cylinders was raised by 25 pence. Following the latest increase, a domestic cylinder (14.2 kilogrammes) would now cost 884.50 in Delhi.
A 19-kg commercial cylinder has also been raised by 75 rupees, and will now cost Rs. 1,693 in Delhi.
The price of a 14.2 kg LPG cylinder in Mumbai is now 884.5, up from 859.50 previously. From today, you will have to pay 900.50 for a cooking gas cylinder in Chennai, up from 875.50 yesterday. In Uttar Pradesh's Lucknow, an LPG cylinder will set you back $897.5.The price of cooking gas cylinders increased by 190 between January 1 and September 1. The government eliminated LPG subsidies by raising rates on a monthly basis. Subsidies will be phased out by May 2020 as a result of these monthly increases. Domestic cooking gas prices have more than doubled in the last seven years. On March 1, 2014, the retail selling price of domestic gas was 410.5 per 14.2-kg cylinder. Meanwhile, after remaining unchanged for several days, petrol and diesel prices were reduced by 13-15 paise today. The current price of petrol in Delhi is 101.34, while in Mumbai it is 107.39/L. Diesel is currently priced at 88.77 rupees per litre in Delhi and 96.33 rupees per litre in Mumbai.