Indian oil marketing companies (OMCs) have released the domestic gas prices for the month of February. Let us tell everyone that on the budget day of February 1, the price of non-subsidised cylinders has not been increased. On the other hand, the price in the national capital Delhi is stable at Rs 899.5 without any change. At the same time, oil companies have cut the prices of commercial gas. Let us tell you all that the country's largest oil company Indian Oil (IOC) has reduced the price of 19 kg of a commercial gas cylinder by Rs 91.5. Yes and after the price cut, the new rate of a 19 kg gas cylinder in New Delhi has gone up to Rs 1907. The new prices have come into effect from February 1, 2022. Let us also tell you all that last month i.e. in January 2022, the price of LPG gas cylinder was cut by Rs 102.50. In fact, there has been no change in the price of the 14-kg gas cylinder. At the same time, the price of domestic gas cylinders changes on the first date of every month. At the same time, if needed, oil companies also cut or increase the price in the middle of the month.
New prices of 14 kg cylinder- Let us tell you that the price of 14.2 kg of the non-subsidised cylinder in Delhi is Rs 899.50. At the same time, the price of an LPG cylinder in Kolkata is Rs 926, in Mumbai, it is Rs 899.50. Also, the price of a non-subsidised cylinder in Chennai now stands at Rs 915.50.
New prices of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder- The price of 19 kg of commercial gas in Delhi has come down by Rs 91.5 to Rs 1,907. With this, the price of a commercial gas cylinder in Kolkata fell by Rs 89 to Rs 1987. In fact, the price was Rs 2076 earlier. At the same time, commercial gas in Mumbai became Rs 1857. The earlier price was Rs 1948.5. In such a situation, there is a reduction of Rs 91.5 here. With this, the price of a 19 kg commercial gas cylinder in Chennai became Rs 2080.5. There is a deduction of Rs 50.5. The earlier price was Rs 2,133.
Check the price of LPG here- To check the price of LPG cylinder you have to visit the website of state-run oil company IOC. Yes, companies here issue new rates every month. (Here) On this link, you can check the price of gas cylinders in your city.