Due to the new norms, the rule of BS6 trains is going to be implemented from April 1 across the country. Along with this, it is necessary to complete adequate preparations for the supply of fuel in these trains, due to this, on Friday, the public sector oil company Indian Oil It has been reported from sources that it is ready to supply fuel to BS-6 standards with low carbon emission from April 1, due to which petrol and Retail prices of diesel will be modest growth. When it was ascertained about the increase in prices, it was known that this increase would be slight. The same thing to note is that from April 1, the sale of new fuels will start in the country, in which the quantity of sulfur will be only 10 ppm (per milliliter per part), which is currently 50 ppm. On this side, company sources say that the price increase will be so that there will be no extra burden on the customers.
Apart from the IOC, many growing and well-known companies of the country have also started supplying this oil and started working in which, taking this further step, BPCL has invested about Rs 7,000 crore for it. While ONGC-powered HPCL has not yet disclosed the BS-6 fuel supply, how ready it is. HPCL said that it is ready with BS-6 fuel from 26-27 February and it will be selling only new fuel from 1 March. IOC sources leading the move told reporters in Mumbai that the country's largest oil supplier company has spent Rs 17,000 crore on upgrading its refinery to produce low-sulfur diesel and petrol. It is worth noting that IOC alone has invested Rs 17,000 crore in this area . While public oil marketing companies (OMCs) have invested Rs 35,000 crore to upgrade their refinery .
Along with meeting these standards of BS6, preparations for its fuel supply have also been completed and with this, there will be a slight increase in the prices of petrol and diesel across the country from 1 April.