On July 13, fuel prices were stable after hitting an all-time high last week (July 12). The price of diesel has not changed because it has fallen for the first time in the last two months.
In Delhi, petrol prices soared to Rs 101.23 per liter. Simultaneously, diesel prices fell 16 paisa, at a price of Rs 89.76 per liter.
The price of petrol in India’s financial capital is 107.24 rupees per liter. The price of diesel has also remained unchanged, at 97.33 rupees per liter in Mumbai.
In Kolkata, petrol prices remain unchanged, which means that the retail price of petrol is 101.39 rupees and the retail price of diesel is 92.86 rupees.
In Chennai, the price of petrol in the capital of Tamil Nadu was Rs 101.96 and the price of diesel was unchanged at Rs 94.28 per liter.
Fuel prices vary from state to state, depending on the congregation of local taxes (such as value added tax and freight). Because of this, the retail price of petrol in the seven states and federal territories of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Ladakh exceeds 100 rupees per liter.
Petroleum companies review the prices of fuel daily based on the average price and exchange rate of the previous 15 days of reference fuel in the international market.