lpg cylinder price: The prices of non-subsidised liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) were hiked by Rs 15 on Wednesday, October 6, in line with the jump in international fuel prices. In the national capital, a non-subsidised 14.2 kg cylinder will now cost Rs 899.50 – as against Rs 884.50 per cylinder earlier. According to news agency ANI, now a 5 kg cylinder will be sold for Rs 502.
Petroleum companies have increased the price of domestic LPG cylinders by Rs 15. The price of 14.2 kg cylinder without subsidy in Delhi has now gone up to Rs 899.50. The new rate of 5 kg cylinder is now Rs 502. The new rates are effective from today. pic.twitter.com/nQqtgdOq7q
— ANI (@ANI) October 6, 2021
With this, fuel prices were hiked for the second consecutive day today in four metro cities. According to Indian Oil Corporation, petrol rates in the national capital were hiked by 30 paise per liter and it is now being sold at Rs 102.94 per litre. Similarly, the price of diesel in Delhi increased by 35 paise per liter and is now selling at Rs 91.42 per liter.
Meanwhile, the global benchmark Brent rose to $82.53 a barrel, while West Texas Intermediate rose to $78.87 a barrel. US oil prices rose for the fifth consecutive day on Wednesday to their highest level since 2014 amid global concerns over energy supplies amid signs of firming in crude, natural gas and coal markets.