Petrol worth rise for sixth consecutive day, crude additionally up


New Delhi, August 25

Petrol costs have been on the rise for the sixth consecutive day on Tuesday, whereas diesel held on to its worth line that it has maintained since July 30.

In the worldwide market, the crude worth has additionally remained agency hovering over $ 45 a barrel.

State-owned oil advertising firms elevated the worth of petrol by 11 paise per litre in Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata on Tuesday whereas the worth rose by 9 paise in Chennai.

According to the Indian Oil web site, petrol costs in Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai elevated to Rs 81.73, 83.24, 88.39, 84.73 per litre, respectively. However, diesel costs are holding regular in these metros at Rs 73.56, Rs 77.06, Rs 80.11 and Rs 78.86 per litre.

Petrol costs have now risen in 9 of the final 10 days and within the National Capital, it’s now costly by Rs 1.30 a litre through the interval.

Benchmark Brent crude has remained agency and contracts for November supply on the intercontinental alternate have risen to $ 45.75 a barrel. The US WTI crude can be holding up – over $ 42 a barrel. IANS



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