Household fuel costs climbed marginally on Sunday with oil cost expanding by 6 paise over the metro urban areas and the expense of diesel by 7 paise, as indicated by information from Indian Oil Corporation.
In the national capital, oil was sold for Rs 72.92 per liter, against the Saturday’s dimension of Rs 72.86 per liter.
Cost of the fuel in Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai was recorded at Rs 74.94, Rs 78.49 and Rs 75.68, individually, on Sunday, higher than the past dimensions of Rs 74.88, Rs 78.43 and Rs 75.62 per liter.
The value climb comes after the rates were unaltered on Saturday. The expansion in fuel costs off late, be that as it may, has been stifled in extent to the ongoing flood in worldwide raw petroleum costs, and specialists state it is the continuous general decisions which has made the state-run oil organizations to put the dynamic estimating approach on hold for the time being, dreading an open backfire.
Fuel costs in the nation depend on a 15-day normal of worldwide unrefined costs and the rupee-US dollar conversion scale. Presently, the benchmark Brent unrefined petroleum is evaluated around $71.5 per barrel.
Diesel costs excessively expanded on Sunday couple with oil costs. In Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai, the expense of diesel expanded by 7 paise to Rs 66.26, Rs 68 and Rs 69.96.
In Mumbai, the fuel was sold for Rs 69.35 per liter, higher by 8 paise from Saturday.