Adani Gas Ltd on Wednesday announced a reduction in prices of compressed natural gas (CNG) and piped natural gas (PNG) used for cooking in household kitchens, in line with a cut in raw material rates
Coronavirus Outbreak: India's March petrol sales fall 17%, diesel down 26% as economy declines after lockdown
The country’s consumption of liquefied petroleum gas or cooking gas rose 1.7 percent in March from a year earlier to about 2.3 million tonnes, they said.
Oil firms to give Rs 5 lakh ex-gratia in coronavirus-related death of delivery boys, others working in LPG supply chain
State-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC), Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) on Monday announced an ex-gratia of Rs 5 lakh in case of coronavirus-related death of any LPG delivery boy or other personnel involved in the supply chain
National oil marketing companies have come out on Sunday allaying the fears of consumers about product shortages, saying there is absolutely no shortage of any fuel, especially cooking gas, which is being supplied to customers at their doorsteps
Coronavirus Outbreak: IOC cuts crude processing by 25%-30% on low fuel demand; several industries to shut operations
State-owned IOC controls about a third of India’s 5 million barrels per day (bpd) refining capacity.
Jet fuel price cut by steep 10%; non-subsidised cooking gas costs Rs 53 less as international oil declines
Jet fuel (ATF) prices were on Monday slashed by a steep 10 percent, the second straight reduction in rates in as many months, as international oil prices slumped on fears of the spread of coronavirus
Indian Oil hikes prices of non-subsidised LPG by up to Rs 145 per cylinder; here's list of rates of cooking gas in major cities
the non-subsidised LPG prices have been revised to Rs 858.5 per cylinder in Delhi and Rs 829.5 per cylinder in Mumbai, the report said.
Non-subsidised LPG price hiked by Rs 19 per cylinder, jet fuel cost up 2.6% on rise in international rates
Jet fuel or ATF price was on Wednesday hiked by 2.6 percent and that of non-subsidised cooking gas LPG by Rs 19 per cylinder on the back of a rise in international rates
The government will achieve the target of giving 8 crore free cooking gas (LPG) connections to the poor nearly seven months ahead of schedule with Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to handover the 8-croreth connection on Saturday
An investment of about Rs 50,000 crore is expected in setting up of CNG stations and pipelines to take cooking gas to households in 50 towns and cities that were bid out for city gas licence in the 10th round, oil regulator PNGRB said
Fuel demand rise was led by a 9.2 percent surge in petrol sales at 2.28 million tonnes. Diesel, which makes up for roughly 40 percent of all the petroleum product consumed in the country, posted a 2.6 percent growth in consumption at 7.15 million tonnes
Natural gas prices are set every six months based on average rates in gas-surplus nations like the US, Russia and Canada
Fed up of monthly rise in LPG prices? Govt may provide relief as it plans to do away with the practice
In order to put an end to pilferage of LPG subsidy money, Narendra Modi government implemented Direct Benefit Transfer scheme
Aadhaar-based LPG subsidy totaling over Rs 190 crore had flown into 'unsolicited' accounts opened by Airtel Payments Bank
Govt acted swiftly in LPG subsidy matter and UIDAI, in a stern move late last week, temporarily barred company from conducting Aadhaar-based SIM verification
The government last year had asked state-run oil firms to raise prices of LPG cylinders every month to eliminate all the subsidies by March next year
LPG price hiked by Rs 2 per cylinder, kerosene by 26 paisa a litre amid move to eliminate fuel subsidy
Oil firms had last raised price of subsidised cooking gas by Rs 5.57 to Rs 440.90 per 14.2 kg cylinder on 1 April.
LPG rates were last hiked on 28 October by Rs 1.5 per cylinder on account of hike in commission paid to dealers
In the five increases, ATF rates have gone up by 25 percent, or Rs 9,985.87, per kl since March
Pradhan said we have been providing LPG connections to the BPL families on concessional rates from the fund collected through CSR initiatives.