Oil marketing companies have increased the price of domestic LPG cylinders. From now on, you will have to pay Rs 25.50 more per household cylinder. In the national capital, the price of a domestic LPG cylinder (14.2 kg) has gone up from Rs 809 to Rs 834.50. Similarly, from today, a new price has been imposed on domestic cylinders in various cities of the country (LPG Gas Cylinder Price Hike from 1 July 2021 rate increased by 25 rupees).
Government oil marketing companies review the price of gas cylinders on the first day of every month. After that, they decide to increase or decrease the price or keep it stable.
New prices in big cities
Kolkata – Rs 861
Mumbai – Rs 834.50
Chennai – Rs.850.50
New prices in a few more cities
In Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, the price of an LPG cylinder has gone up to Rs 872.50. Similarly, in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, one has to pay Rs 841.50 for LPG. The price of this cylinder in Chandigarh has now gone up to Rs 844.
Cylinder prices rose by Rs 140.50 since January In Delhi, an LPG cylinder was priced at Rs 694 in January this year. Accordingly, 14.2 kg domestic LPG cylinders have gone up by Rs 140.50 since January this year.
Prices of commercial use cylinders (19 kg) also went up!
According to Indian Oil’s website, the new price of a commercial cylinder (19 kg) in Delhi has gone up from Rs 1,473.5 to Rs 1,550. Earlier, on June 1, the price of the cylinder was reduced by Rs 122.
Monthly price review
In India, the price of LPG is set by oil companies. More and more homes in India have LPG connections. This gas is mainly used for cooking. The increase in the price of LPG affects the general public in particular. Because of the current rise in oil prices and the impact of gas prices on the common man. Meanwhile, the government is trying to provide relief to the common man through grants. At the same time, oil companies try to facilitate customers by launching new schemes.
Domestic gas prices have risen the most in 2021 this year. Gas cylinder prices have risen in almost all months except January. On February 4, oil companies had hiked the price of a domestic gas cylinder by Rs 25. It was then increased by Rs 50 again on February 15. On March 1, the price of a gas cylinder was again increased by Rs 25. Then in April, gas cylinder prices were reduced by Rs 10.