Petrol, Diesel Fresh Prices : On April 24

Petrol and Diesel Prices On April 24, 2024: The price of crude oil continues to fluctuate in the international market. However, its effect is not visible in India.

The prices of petrol and diesel remain stable in the domestic market. The last major revision of petrol and diesel prices in the country was done on March 14 and there has been no revision since then.

People fill the petrol into his car in a petrol station in Kuala Lumpur. AZHAR MAHFOF/The Star

New petrol and diesel rates are released every day at 6 am in the country. Oil companies have released new prices of petrol and diesel for 24 April. According to the information, there has been no change in petrol and diesel prices in the country’s metros even on 24 April. Let us know what are the new prices of fuel in the metros.

The latest petrol and diesel prices announced for April 24,2024, indicate that there has been no change in the prices in the country’s metros. Here are some of the rates in major cities:

  1. Delhi Petrol- RS 94.72 per liter, Diesel – RS 87.62 Per liter.
  2. Mumbai: Petrol- 104.21 Per liter, Diesel- 92.15 Per liter.
  3. Kolkata: petrol – 103.94 per liter, Diesal- RS 90.76
  4. Chennai: Petrol- RS-100.75 per liter, Diesel – RS 92.34
  5. Noida: Petrol is Rs 94.83 per liter and diesel is Rs 87.94 per liter
  6. Gurugram: Petrol is Rs 94.94 per liter and diesel is Rs 87.80 per liter
  7. Bengaluru: Petrol Rs 99.84 per liter and diesel Rs 85.93 per liter
  • Chandigarh: Petrol is Rs 94.24 per liter and diesel is Rs 82.40 per liter

Note that these Price are subject to daily changes and are announced every day at 6 am by oil companies.

KUALA LUMPUR, April 24 — The retail prices of RON97 and RON95 petrol, as well as diesel will remain unchanged at RM3.47, RM2.05 and RM2.15 per litre respectively from April 25 to May 1.

The Ministry of Finance (MoF) in a statement today said the prices were fixed based on the weekly retail prices of petroleum products, under the Automatic Pricing Mechanism (APM) formula.

“To protect the consumers from the increase of global oil price, the government will maintain the ceiling price of RON95 at RM2.05 per litre and diesel at RM2.15 a litre, even though the market price for both products had increased beyond the ceiling price,” said MoF in the statement.

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