LPG price in Mumbai, are largely dependent on international prices of crude. When these go higher, LPG cylinder rates in Mumbai also tend to move higher. For the poorer sections, the government has subsidized these prices. Cooking gas is now easily accessible to most of the population in Mumbai. Price of Non-Subsidised LPG cylinders today in Mumbai is at ₹ 594.00. These are revised every month by the government of India. LPG is known to be a very clean fuel, which is why it is preferred. There has been a substantial rise in the use of this gas for domestic and commercial purposes over the last few years.
|Jul 2020||₹ 594.00||₹ 3.50|
|Jun 2020||₹ 590.50||₹ 11.50|
|May 2020||₹ 579.00||₹ -135.50|
|Apr 2020||₹ 714.50||₹ -62.00|
|Mar 2020||₹ 776.50||₹ -53.00|
|Feb 2020||₹ 829.50||₹ 145.00|
|Jan 2020||₹ 684.50||₹ 19.50|
|Dec 2019||₹ 665.00||₹ 14.00|
|Nov 2019||₹ 651.00||₹ 76.50|
|Oct 2019||₹ 574.50||₹ 12.50|
The prices of LPG cylinder in Mumbai, the financial capital of India is revised once in a month.
The global crude oil rates determine the LPG cylinder prices in Mumbai. Any increase or decrease in the crude oil prices at the global level and the currency exchange ratio will be taken into consideration before arriving at the LPG cylinder rates. The rallying crude prices have led to the recent hike in domestic LPG cylinder prices in Mumbai.
Currently, the prices of domestic LPG cylinder in Mumbai stands at Rs 851, up by Rs 56 per cylinder.
Usually, LPG cylinder is available for both domestic as well as commercial purposes. The domestic ones are generally used across all the houses for cooking and heating purpose. The commercial ones are used in hotels, restaurants, factories, industries and so on.
To help the middle-class customers, the government of India is providing subsidy on domestic LPG cylinders and the same will be credited to the individual's bank account post purchase of LPG cylinder through the distributor. The government of India is crediting a subsidy amount of Rs 396 per cylinder as on October 2018. During September 2018, a subsidy amount of Rs 337 per each cylinder was credited to the customer's bank account. The recent increase in subsidy amount by the central government has hiked the subsidized rates on each of the domestic cylinder to the tune of Rs 59 per cylinder.
The weight of each domestic LPG cylinder in New Delhi is 14.2 kgs.