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Petrol And Diesel Prices Today On June 3, 2024: Check Rates In Your City Today

If you are a customer of Indian Oil, then you will need to write the RSP along with the city code and send it to 9224992249.

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Petrol And Diesel Prices Today On June 3

Petrol And Diesel Prices Today On June 3: The daily fuel prices in the country are determined by the price of crude oil at the international market.

Therefore, changes in crude oil prices affect petrol and diesel prices in the country. Government oil marketing companies release fresh petrol and diesel prices every day at 6 a.m.

In Delhi and other metros of the country, petrol and diesel prices have not changed. Various companies, such as Hindustan Petroleum Corporation and Indian Oil Corporation of India, release petrol and diesel prices on their websites. Please let us know the new fuel prices.

Petrol And Diesel Prices Today On June 3, 2024: Check Rates In Your City Today

CITY PETROL PRICE (RS/LITRE) DIESEL PRICE (RS/LITRE)
Chennai 100.75 92.34
Kolkata 103.94 90.76
Noida 94.83 87.96
Lucknow 94.65 87.76
Bengaluru 99.84 85.93
Hyderabad 107.41 95.65
Jaipur 104.88 90.36
Trivandrum 107.56 96.43
Bhubaneswar 101.06 92.64

If you are a customer of Indian Oil, then you will need to write the RSP along with the city code and send it to 9224992249.

BPCL customers can get information about the new petrol and diesel prices by writing RSP and sending it to 9223112222.

If you are a customer of HPCL, then you can find out the price of petrol and diesel by writing HP Price and sending it to 9222201122.

Petrol and diesel prices in India: Factors affecting them

Prices of crude oil directly affect the cost of petrol and diesel, since crude oil is the primary raw material for these fuels.

  • Because India gets a lot of crude oil, the exchange rate between the Indian rupee and the US dollar affects gas and oil prices.
  • Oil and gasoline prices have gone up because of different federal tax breaks given to different states.
  • The cost of gasoline and oil can also be affected by how much people want them. If more people want them, they might cost more.

Also Read: Petrol and Diesel Price Update: Check the Latest Fuel Rates in Your City on June 2

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