Indian Oil to raise petrol, diesel prices by 80 paise per litre from Friday

A litre of petrol will cost Rs 97.81 rupees while diesel will be sold at Rs 89.07 in Delhi


Indian Oil Corp | Crude Oil Prices | Petroleum sector

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Indian Oil Corp, the country’s top fuel retailer, will raise prices of a litre of petrol and diesel by 80 paise from Friday, its third such increase this week, a notification sent to fuel dealers showed.

A litre of petrol will cost Rs 97.81 rupees while diesel will be sold at Rs 89.07 in Delhi, the notification said.

Indian state fuel retailers – IOC, Bharat Petroleum Corp , Hindustan Petroleum Corp – dominate local fuel sales market and move prices in tandem.

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First Published: Thu, March 24 2022. 22:06 IST