Slight increase in aviation fuel price, commercial LPG rate reduced by Rs 19 per cylinder

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Commercial LPG prices have been reduced by Rs 19 per cylinder, while aviation fuel prices have been increased marginally by 0.7 percent. According to the price notification of fuel retailers, the price of aviation fuel (ATF) in the national capital increased by Rs 749.25 per kiloliter to Rs 101,642.88 per kiloliter.

New Delhi . The price of jet fuel was increased marginally by 0.7 percent on Wednesday. The price of commercial LPG has been reduced by Rs 19 per cylinder. Commercial LPG cylinders are used in establishments like hotels and restaurants. Aviation fuel (ATF) prices in the national capital rose by Rs 749.25 per kilolitre, or 0.7 per cent, to Rs 101,642.88 per kilolitre, according to price notifications from public sector fuel retailers. Earlier on April 1, there was a slight reduction of 0.5 percent in the price of aviation fuel.

In Mumbai, rates rose to Rs 95,173.70 per kiloliter from Rs 94,466.41 per kiloliter on Wednesday. Prices vary from state to state depending on local taxes. With this, oil companies reduced the price of 19 kg commercial LPG cylinder by Rs 19 to Rs 1,745.50. The price of commercial LPG cylinder was reduced by Rs 30.5 on April 1. However, the price of domestically used LPG (14.2 kg) cylinder remains at Rs 803 per cylinder.

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