LPG Gas Price Cut Today
LPG Cylinder Price Cut: Today once again the price of the gas cylinder has been slashed. However, this reduction has been made in the price of commercial LPG cylinders. Government oil companies updated the prices of domestic gas and commercial-use cylinders on September 1. Due to this change, the price of LPG cylinder in the country's capital New Delhi has become Rs 1522.50. Earlier, with the increase, the price of commercial gas cylinder had reached Rs 1780 on July 4.
This price cut follows the union cabinet announcement made on August 30, in which the prices of domestic LPG cylinders was reduced by Rs 200. After this new decision of the government, there have been major changes in the prices of LPG cylinders (14.2 kg). Domestic LPG cylinders of 14.2 kg are now being sold for Rs 903 in the country's capital Delhi. Customers are now getting cylinders at a cheaper price of Rs 200 than before.
19-Kg Commercial Cylinder Latest Prices
On September 1, the price of a 19-Kg Commercial Cylinder has been cut by Rs 157. So, the price of commercial cylinder has reduced by Rs 157. In Delhi, instead of Rs 1680, the commercial cylinder now costs Rs 1522.50. In Kolkata, from today the cylinder will be available for Rs 1636 instead of Rs 1802.50. Similarly, earlier its price in Mumbai was Rs 1640.50, which has now come down to Rs 1482. Whereas in Chennai the price of commercial gas cylinder decreased by Rs 157.5. Now it will be available for Rs 1695 instead of Rs 1852.50.
These Are The Latest Rates of Domestic Gas Cylinder
Domestic LPG in Delhi is Rs 903. LPG price in Kolkata is at Rs.929. Rs 902.50 in Mumbai and Rs 918.50 in Chennai. On the evening of 29 August, the government had announced a reduction of Rs 200 in the price of domestic gas cylinder. After which the new rates were implemented on 30 August. More than 10 crore people covered under the Ujjwala scheme will get the benefit of Rs 400 because they were already being given a subsidy of Rs 200.
How to check LPG price:
If you want to see the updated list of LPG price, then you can go to the link iocl.com/prices of petroleum products. Here you will see the updated rates of things like jet fuel, auto gas and kerosene along with LPG price.
LPG Cylinder Price Cut Today
LPG Cylinder Rates: Oil marketing companies have cut the price of 19 kg LPG gas cylinders across the country. There has been a reduction of Rs 100 in Delhi. At the same time, a reduction of around Rs 93 has been made in other metros. Now 19 kg cylinder will be available in Delhi for Rs 1680, which was till now available for Rs 1780. These prices have come into effect from 1 August 2023 i.e. from today. Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has updated the new rates on its website.
Talking about other metros, the commercial cylinder in Kolkata will be available for Rs 1802.50 instead of Rs 1895.50. After this, instead of Rs 1733.50 in Mumbai, now a 19 kg gas cylinder will be available for Rs 1640.50. The cylinder available for Rs 1945 in Chennai has now become Rs 1852.50 (reduction of Rs 92.50). Significantly, the price of gas cylinder has been reduced by Rs 93 in Kolkata and Mumbai.
The rates of 19 kg LPG cylinder were last revised on July 4 this year.
Meanwhile, prices of 14.2 kg LPG cylinders or domestic cooking gas cylinders have not been revised. Prices of cooking gas cylinders for domestic use were last revised on March 1 this year. A non-subsidised 14.2 kg LPG cylinder costs Rs 1,103 in Delhi, Rs 1,129 in Kolkata, Rs 1,102.50 in Mumbai, and Rs 1,118.50 in Chennai.
LPG cylinder rates are revised on the first day of every month. LPG cylinder rates were increased for the first time in June after price cuts in April, May and June. LPG cylinder prices were last hiked on March 1 by Rs 50 per cylinder, after which rates were slashed by Rs 91.50 per cylinder in April and by Rs 171.50 in May. LPG cylinder prices were slashed by Rs 83.50 per cylinder in June.
How to Check LPG Prices in Your City?
You can see the price of LPG in your city by visiting the website of IOCL. Not only this, you can also check the list of its previous prices in metros. For this, you have to go to the website of IOCL and go to the option of Indian Oil for You. In this, go down to the list that opens and go to Indian Oil for Media. Here you will see an option with the price of the petroleum product. Click it and you will be able to see the price of all petroleum products here.