Petrol Diesel Price in 25 November 2022: In the recent past, a continuous decline in the prices of crude oil was being recorded. Today an increase in Crude Oil Price has been recorded. After the increase in the price of this WTI Crude Oil Price, it is trading at $ 85.36 per barrel.
An increase in the price of Brent Crude Oil Price has also been recorded and it is trading around $ 85.36 per barrel. Crude oil prices have affected the petrol-diesel price of some cities in the domestic market today. Today, an increase in the price of petrol and diesel has been registered in Lucknow and Patna.
Petrol-diesel price changed in these cities-
An increase of 13 paise has been recorded in the price of petrol in Lucknow, the capital of Uttar Pradesh. Whereas, after an increase of 12 paise in the price of diesel, it is being sold at Rs 96.57 and Rs 89.76 per litre. Whereas in Ghaziabad, after a reduction of 32 paise in the price of petrol and 30 paise in diesel, it is being sold at Rs 96.26 per liter and Rs 89.47 per litre. On the other hand, in Bihar’s capital Patna, petrol has become cheaper by 21 paise and diesel is being sold at Rs 107.59 per liter and diesel by 20 paise at Rs 94.36 per litre. Talking about Noida, here after a reduction of 5-5 paise in the price of petrol and diesel, it is being sold at Rs 96.60 per liter and Rs 89.77 per litre.
Petrol-diesel price in metros-
- Delhi- Petrol Rs 96.72, diesel Rs 89.62 per liter
- Mumbai- Petrol Rs 106.31, diesel Rs 94.27 per liter
- Kolkata- Petrol Rs 106.03, diesel Rs 92.76 per liter
- Chennai- Petrol Rs 102.63, diesel Rs 94.24 per liter
Petrol-diesel prices are released every day at 6 am.
Let us tell you that every day major oil companies of the country like Hindustan Petroleum, Indian Oil and Bharat Petroleum release the city-wise petrol-diesel price at 6 in the morning. To know these prices you just have to send a message.
After this, to check the BPCL customer petrol-diesel price, send RSP
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