Petrol prices in India stand at 109.51 ₹/L in Andhra Pradesh, 94.72 ₹/L in Delhi, 94.53 ₹/L in Gujarat, 95.46 ₹/L in Haryana, 93.72 ₹/L in Himachal Pradesh, 103.57 ₹/L in Karnataka, 105.60 ₹/L in Kerala. Previously, petrol and diesel prices underwent revision every fortnight, occurring on the 1st and 16th of each month. However, since June 2017, a new scheme has been implemented, resulting in daily revisions of petrol prices at 6 am. This change is attributed to the adoption of dynamic fuel pricing, which facilitates regular adjustments in petrol prices and diesel rates.

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Fuel Prices in Indian Metro Cities

City Petrol Diesel CNG
Ahmedabad 94.53 ₹/L 90.20 ₹/L 77.09₹/kg
Surat 94.27 ₹/L 89.95 ₹/L 81.16₹/kg
Mumbai City 103.44 ₹/L 89.97 ₹/L 75.00₹/kg
Pune 104.13 ₹/L 90.65 ₹/L 89.00₹/kg
Chennai 100.75 ₹/L 92.34 ₹/L 87.50₹/kg
Hyderabad 107.41 ₹/L 95.65 ₹/L 92.00₹/kg
Kanpur Urban 94.57 ₹/L 87.66 ₹/L 82.92₹/kg
Kolkata 104.95 ₹/L 91.76 ₹/L 89.00₹/kg

State-Wise Fuel Price

State Petrol Diesel CNG
Andhra Pradesh 109.51 ₹/L 97.36 ₹/L 92.48₹/kg
Delhi 94.72 ₹/L 87.62 ₹/L 75.09₹/kg
Gujarat 94.53 ₹/L 90.20 ₹/L 79.67₹/kg
Haryana 95.46 ₹/L 88.29 ₹/L 81.50₹/kg
Himachal Pradesh 93.72 ₹/L 86.07 ₹/L 88.50₹/kg
Karnataka 103.57 ₹/L 89.61 ₹/L 83.00₹/kg
Kerala 105.60 ₹/L 94.59 ₹/L 85.50₹/kg
Madhya Pradesh 107.45 ₹/L 92.77 ₹/L 90.01₹/kg
Maharashtra 104.56 ₹/L 91.08 ₹/L 88.00₹/kg
Punjab 96.80 ₹/L 87.08 ₹/L 87.58₹/kg
Rajasthan 104.52 ₹/L 90.03 ₹/L 91.00₹/kg
Tamil Nadu 102.00 ₹/L 93.60 ₹/L 86.00₹/kg
Telangana 109.69 ₹/L 97.77 ₹/L 94.00₹/kg
Uttar Pradesh 94.47 ₹/L 87.53 ₹/L 81.17₹/kg
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Importance of Fuel

Fuel is defined as any material capable of reacting with other substances to release heat energy, which can then be harnessed for various forms of work. Technological advancements have greatly expanded the uses of fuel, allowing humans to employ it for diverse purposes such as cooking, heating, and transportation. As the demand for fuel continues to grow, humans have explored numerous methods to extract and process natural resources. This has led to the production of various types of fuel, including petrol, diesel, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), auto LPG, and compressed natural gas (CNG).

The role of fuel in the development of a nation cannot be overstated. It is a critical driver of industrialization, economic growth, and technological progress. In developed countries, the extensive use of fuel supports a wide range of activities, from powering factories and vehicles to generating electricity and providing domestic energy needs. The reliance on fuel in these nations highlights its importance in maintaining the infrastructure and lifestyle that characterizes advanced economies. Thus, ensuring a stable and efficient supply of fuel is a priority for sustaining development and enhancing the quality of life worldwide.

Processed fuel is essential for performing daily activities. It is a well-known fact that India primarily imports crude oil from abroad. Consequently, domestic fuel prices are largely dependent on global crude rates. Any fluctuations in these global crude prices directly affect the cost of fuel in India, impacting everything from transportation and manufacturing to household energy consumption. The dependency on international markets for crude oil underscores the importance of monitoring global price trends to anticipate and manage the economic impact on the country's fuel prices.

Characteristics of an Ideal Fuel

An ideal fuel possesses the following characteristics:

  • Convenient Ignition Temperature: It should ignite easily at a manageable temperature.
  • High Calorific Value: It should release a large amount of energy per unit when burned
  • Controlled Combustion Rate: Its rate of combustion should be easily manageable to ensure efficiency and safety.
  • Environmental Safety: It should burn cleanly without causing atmospheric pollution.
  • Affordability: It should be available at a reasonable price, making it economically accessible.
  • Abundant Availability: It should be readily available in large quantities to meet demand.
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