On the very first day of the new year, Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) have increased the prices of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) cylinders by up to Rs 100. 25. However, the price of commercial cylinders of 19 kg only has been increased, while the prices of domestic cylinders of 14.2 kg have remained unchanged.
Earlier, the prices of commercial LPG cylinders were revised on November 1 last year, when they were made cheap By 115 per unit. For domestic LPG, meanwhile, the last cost revision was on July 6, 2022, when it became expensive By 50 per unit.
Commercial LPG cylinders available in four metros after Sunday’s revision 1,768 (Delhi), 1,721 (Mumbai), 1,870 (Kolkata) and 1,971 (Chennai). At the same time, it continues to meet for domestic cylinders. 1,053 in Delhi, 1,052.5 in Mumbai, 1,079 in Kolkata, and 1,068.5 in Chennai.