Gas Cylinder New Rate Live : All India Get LPG Cylinder @ 750 Rs. Breaking News

Gas Cylinder New Rate: The price of LPG cylinder of domestic as well as commercial  risen by day to day in these days. Common pupil feel more difficulty to maintain kitchen budget now days. Government decided the rate of LPG Cylinder on focusing many factor. Check here how one can get it in 750 rs now.

GAS NEW RATE LIVE

Gas Cylinder New Rate

Oil marketing companies that are run by the state determine LPG prices in India. The prices are revised every month and stand at Rs.1,053.00 in New Delhi and Rs.1,052.50 in Mumbai today. An LPG connection is present in almost every household. LPG cylinders in the country are mainly used for cooking.

The two main factors that determine the prices of LPG cylinders in India are the exchange rate of the rupee against the dollar and the global benchmark rate. In a year, every household can get up to 12 cylinders (14.2 kg each) at subsidized rates. In the case of more cylinders, the market price must be paid. LPG prices in India are determined by the previous month’s international market price

What is LPG?

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) constitutes of butane C4H10  and propane C3H8 and is mainly used for powering vehicles, cooking, and heating. As LPG is a fossil fuel, it is made from gas wells and oil. The manufacturing process of LPG includes the crude oil refinery process and natural gas processing.

Domestic LPG cylinder prices were last increased by Rs 3 on May 9 and Rs 50 on May 7. On the other hand, this is the second time in July that prices of commercial cooking gas cylinders have been slashed. Earlier on July 1, the 19-kg LPG cylinder was made cheaper by Rs 198.

How can Get LPG @ 750 Rs

There is a special type cylinder called composite cylinder. It is lighter than domestic 14.2 kg cylinder. There are only 10 kg gas in new composite cylinder.

List of Price in different cities of India

  • Delhi –  750
  • Mumbai –   750
  • Lucknow – 777
  • Patna –  817
  • Indore –  770
  • Pune –  752
  • Gorakhpur– 794
  • Bhopal –  755
  • Agra– 761
  • Ranchi–   798

There was no subsidy for LPG users since the early days of Covid. Since then the only subsidy is one which had been introduced now for Ujjawala beneficiaries,” Jain said. The Finance Minister Sitharaman said that the beneficiaries of the Ujjwala scheme will get Rs 200 per cylinder for 12 cylinders per year when she announced a reduction in excise duty on petrol by Rs 8 per litre and on diesel by Rs 6 per litre.

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