New Delhi,FMNEWS - Despite the signs of increase in the price of crude oil in the international market, the prices of petrol and diesel remained stable in the domestic market. Public sector oil marketing companies did not increase the prices of both the fuels for the eighth day in a row. On Monday, a liter of petrol in the capital Delhi remained at Rs 101.19 and diesel at Rs 88.62 per liter.
According to the website of Indian Oil, petrol is available at Rs 107.26, Rs 98.96 and Rs 101.62 per liter in other metros of the country, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata respectively. At the same time, diesel is also selling at Rs 96.19, Rs 93.26 and Rs 91.71 per liter respectively. Apart from this, petrol in Noida is getting Rs 98.52, while diesel is getting Rs 89.21 per liter.
Significantly, the prices of petrol and diesel are at a record level across the country. Public sector oil marketing companies have cut petrol and diesel prices twice in the month of September. In this way, the prices of petrol and diesel have come down by 30-30 paise per liter respectively.
It is noteworthy that the price of crude oil has again shown signs of increase in the international market. Brent crude was trading higher by $ 0.40 a barrel at $ 73.32 a barrel on Monday morning in Singapore, while WTI crude was also trading higher by $ 0.41 at $ 70.13 a barrel.