Piped cooking gas prices increased in Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Ghaziabad from today

Piped Cooking Gas Price Hike: The price of piped LPG in domestic kitchens in the national capital and adjoining cities was hiked by Rs 2.63 per unit on Friday, the second hike in less than two weeks. According to a statement issued by Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL), a firm that retails CNG to households and […]
 


Piped cooking gas prices increased in Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, Ghaziabad from today

Piped Cooking Gas Price Hike: The price of piped LPG in domestic kitchens in the national capital and adjoining cities was hiked by Rs 2.63 per unit on Friday, the second hike in less than two weeks. According to a statement issued by Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL), a firm that retails CNG to households and piped LPG to households in the national capital and adjoining cities, the price of piped LPG in Delhi is now Rs. 50.59 per standard cubic meter as against Rs. 47.96 before.

 

“This increase has been made to partially offset the increase in input gas cost,” IGL said in a tweet. Domestic PNG rates were last revised to Rs 2.1 per scm on July 26. “To partially offset the increase in input gas cost, the domestic PNG price in Delhi is being revised to Rs 50.59 per SCM,” it said in the tweet.

 

Domestic PNG Retail Price (Effective August 5, 2022)

  • National Capital Territory of Delhi – Rs.50.59/- per SCM
  • Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad – Rs. 50.46/- per SCM
  • Karnal and Rewari – Rs 49.40/- per SCM
  • Gurugram – Rs 48.79/- per SCM
  • Muzaffarnagar, Meerut and Shamli – Rs.53.97/- per SCM
  • Ajmer, Pali and Rajsamand – Rs 56.23/- per SCM
  • Kanpur, Hamirpur and Fatehpur – Rs.53.10/- per SCM

Rates vary from state to state based on local taxes. Natural gas is the basic input for CNG and PNG.

 

Domestic production of natural gas is insufficient to meet demand and India imports almost half of its needs in the form of liquefied natural gas (LNG). While the price of domestically produced natural gas was raised to $6.10 per million British thermal unit for a six-month period beginning 1 April, international LNG rates were set to record high following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. was shot. The price of LNG in the spot or current market is currently above US$30.

GAIL mixes around 2.5-3 million standard cubic meters of LNG per day with the quantity available from domestic sectors to supply city gas operators like IGL and MGL. The deposit rate is fixed every month. For August, the deposit price is USD 10.52 per mmBtu, up from USD 8.95 in the previous month.