Petrol and diesel prices in several Indian cities remained unchanged for the 139th consecutive day. According to the most recent oil company price announcements, fuel was the most expensive in Rajasthan’s Sriganganagar, while petrol and diesel were the cheapest in Andaman and Nicobar Island capital Port Blair.
On Friday, the price of crude oil was $90 per barrel, while Brent Crude and WTI were $94.58 and $88.68, respectively.
In Sriganganagar, petrol costs 113.49 rupees per litre, while diesel costs 98.24 rupees per litre. In Delhi, a litre of petrol costs 96.72 rupees, while a litre of diesel costs 89.62 rupees. Petrol and diesel, on the other hand, were priced at 84.1 and 79.74 cents per litre, respectively. Petrol costs 106.31 rupees per litre in India’s financial capital Mumbai, while diesel costs 94.27 rupees per litre.