On Thursday, August 26, the price of petroleum products in all metros remained steady. According to Indian Oil Corporation, petrol prices in the national capital are stable at 101.49 per litre and diesel prices are maintained at 88.92 per litre. Petrol and diesel prices in Mumbai are 107.52 and 96.48 per litre, respectively.
According to the state-run oil refiner, Mumbai has the highest petrol and diesel pricing of the four metro cities. Because of the value-added tax, fuel prices differ per state (VAT). Oil marketing organisations such as Bharat Petroleum, Indian Oil, and Hindustan Petroleum modify the prices of petrol and diesel. Every day at 6 a.m., the new pricing go into effect. Because of differences in value-added taxes, local and freight charges, and other factors, fuel prices vary by state and city.
Petrol prices - Rs 99.20 per litre; Diesel prices - Rs 93.52 per litre
Petrol prices - Rs 101.82 per litre; Diesel prices - Rs 91.98 per litre
Petrol prices - Rs 107.08 per litre; Diesel prices - Rs 94.59 per litre
Petrol prices - Rs 104.98 per litre; Diesel prices - Rs 94.34 per litre
Petrol prices - Rs 105.54 per litre; Diesel prices - Rs 96.99 per litre
Petrol prices - 98.79 per litre; Diesel prices - Rs 89.49 per litre
Petrol prices - Rs 103.65 per litre; Diesel prices - 91.98 per litre
Petrol prices Rs 97.66 per litre; Diesel prices - Rs 88.62 per litre