In certain parts of the nation, fuel prices have remained steady for the fifth time on Monday. Petrol is now priced at Rs 105.41 per litre in Delhi, while diesel is priced at Rs 96.67 per litre. Petrol will cost Rs 115.12 a litre in Kolkata today, while diesel will cost Rs 99.83. In Mumbai, the price of a litre of petrol is steady at Rs 120.51, while the price of a litre of diesel is Rs 104.77.
Petrol will cost Rs 110.85 a litre in Chennai today, while diesel will cost Rs 100.94. Petrol will cost Rs 105.77 per litre in Gurgaon today, while diesel will cost Rs 97.02. Petrol will cost Rs 111.09 per litre in Bangalore today, while diesel will cost Rs 94.79 per litre. Petrol will cost Rs 112.50 per litre in Bhubaneswar today, while diesel will cost Rs 102.24 per litre. Petrol remained retailing for Rs 105.25 per litre in Lucknow, while diesel remained retail at Rs 96.83 per litre. Petrol will cost Rs 119.49 a litre in Hyderabad today, while diesel will cost Rs 105.49.
On April 11, 2022, CNG rates in New Delhi, NCR, and Gurugram stayed constant. According to the Indraprastha Gas website, CNG rates in the NCT of Delhi were Rs. 69.11 per kg, while costs in Gurugram were Rs 77.44 per kg. On April 11, 2022, the price of CNG in Karnal and Kaithal remained at Rs 77.77. In Noida, Greater Noida & Ghaziabad, today CNG price will retail at Rs. 71.67/- per kg.
Considering significant uncertainty concerning international supply chain disruptions, international crude oil prices may remain volatile for a long. The worsening of the geopolitical crisis, as well as the resulting rise in international crude oil and the continuation of supply-side disruptions in the international market, have all contributed to remaining oil prices staying higher in the domestic market.