The state run oil marketing companies (OMCs) in India in line with global oil price surge to its highest since 2018 have now ended their almost three week hiatus in price revision. Petrol rates have been hiked after 22 days by 19 to 25 paise per litre across the country. Diesel prices also continued to surge and were up for the fourth day since last week by 24-27 paise.
In Delhi, petrol and diesel prices saw a surge by 20 and 25 paise, respectively. On the surge, petrol was retailing at a price of Rs. 101.39 per litre, while diesel was priced at Rs. 89.57 per litre.
Likewise, in Mumbai, petrol rates inched higher by 21 paise to Rs. 107.47 per litre, while diesel rates increased to Rs. 97.21 per litre, up 27 paise today.
Oil marketers revise crude rates on a daily basis based on the international crude rate in the previous fortnight as well as foreign exchange rate.
Here are the latest fuel rates as on September 28, 2021 across metro cities: