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Gas cylinder price cut : Relief to consumers as LPG cost comes down

Gas cylinder prices have come down on June 1, bringing relief to consumers. Read on to find out the latest updates on LPG and jet fuel prices and their potential impact on air travel. Know domestic and commercial gas cylinder revised rates and ATF price changes. Stay informed about the latest developments in the energy sector.

Gas cylinder prices reduced from today: On the first day of the month, June 1, LPG cylinder prices have come down heavily. Oil companies have given relief in LPG gas cylinder prices on June 1. As per the prices announced by the Government Oil Companies (OMCs), the price of a commercial gas cylinder has come down by Rs 83.

Reduction in LPG cylinder price:

The LPG cylinder price has directly reduced by Rs. 1773 for a 19 kg commercial LPG gas cylinder. Earlier this cylinder cost Rs. 1856.50. However, domestic gas cylinders will be available at their previous prices.

Drop in Jet Fuel Prices:

Besides giving relief in commercial LPG cylinders, oil companies have also reduced the price of jet fuel (air fuel). The price has come down by around Rs. 6,600 has been kept. This reduction could potentially impact air travel in the future.

Implementation of new rates:

New rates of gas cylinders and jet fuel have been implemented from June 1. However, oil companies have not changed the price of domestic LPG cylinders. Consumers in capital Delhi will still have to pay Rs 1,103 for a domestic cylinder as before.

Substantial reduction in ATF prices:
Apart from LPG, oil companies have drastically reduced the price of Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF). The price per kiloliter has come down to Rs 6600. ATF price in Delhi has come down from Rs 95,935.34 to Rs 89,303.09.

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Revised Gas Cylinder Prices:

Here are the revised gas cylinder prices in different cities:

Delhi: The price of a gas cylinder has come down from Rs 1856.50 to Rs 1773.
Kolkata: The price has come down from Rs 1960.50 to Rs 1875.50.
Mumbai: Customers can now buy a cylinder for Rs 1725, down from Rs 1808.50.
Chennai: The price has come down to Rs 1937 from Rs 2021.50.
Gujarat: Price reduced from Rs 1250.50 to Rs 1110.50.

Conclusion:

In this article, we have provided you with the latest information on the significant reduction in gas cylinder prices as well as the reduction in jet fuel and ATF costs. Stay informed about these changes and their potential impact on consumers and the travel industry. If you have any further questions or concerns, please feel free to leave a comment or contact us directly. We are here to help you with any questions.

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