Commercial LPG cost Rs 25.5 down, jet fuel 4.5% cheaper

NEW DELHI: Jet fuel (ATF) prices on Saturday fell 4.5% and of Commercial LPG used in hotels and restaurants Rs 25.5 per 19 kg cylinder. The price of a 19 kg commercial LPG bottle has been reduced to Rs 1,859.5 in the national capital from Rs 1,885, according to a price notice from the state property. fuel retailer.
This is the sixth drop in commercial LPG prices since June, along with a drop in international energy prices. In total, the price has been reduced by Rs 494.5 per 19 kg cylinder. However, the percentage of LPG used in household kitchens for cooking purpose remains unchanged at Rs 1,053 per cylinder of 14.2 kg.
This is because domestic gas prices are much lower than cost and now with international prices falling, they are at breakeven, industry sources said.
On the other hand, commercial LPG prices are largely cost-matched and therefore they have fluctuated in tandem with the rise and fall of international prices.
The price of jet fuel fell by Rs 5,521.2, or 4.5%, to Rs 115,520.3 per kl in the national capital. Rates vary from state to state depending on local tax rates. While commercial LPG prices are revised once a month, ATF prices are changed every two weeks.
Gasoline and diesel prices, continue to freeze on record for nearly six months. Gasoline costs Rs 96.7 per liter in the national capital and diesel costs Rs 89.6.


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