CNG PNG Price Hike: A day after the 62% increase in the prices of natural gas by the central government, the prices of CNG and PNG also increased.
CNG PNG Price Hike: The prices of CNG and PNG also increased on a day after the 62% increase in the prices of natural gas by the central government. In the National Capital Region (NCR), the price of CNG was increased by Rs 2.28 and that of PNG i.e. piped cooking gas by Rs 2.10. Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) said in a statement, “IGL has revised the selling prices of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) following the notification issued by the Government of India regarding the increase in the prices of natural gas produced in the country by 62 percent. This decision has been taken to marginally mitigate the impact of increase in production gas cost.Also Read – This is important news for you – CNG and PNG prices may increase in October, know how much they will increase
After this revision in prices in Delhi CNG 2.28 per kg and increase by 2.55 per kg in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad. From 6 am on October 2, CNG will be available at Rs 47.48 per kg in Delhi and Rs 53.45 per kg in Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad. Also Read – LPG Price Hike: Another hit of inflation on the pocket of common man, LPG cylinder becomes costlier by Rs 25 from today
The price of CNG being supplied by IGL in Gurugram will be Rs 55.81 per kg. 56.50 in Rewari; Karnal and Kaithal Rs 54.70; Rs 60.71 in Muzaffarnagar, Meerut and Shamli; It will be Rs 63.97 in Kanpur, Fatehpur and Hamirpur and Rs 62.41 per kg in Ajmer from 6 am on October 2. Also Read – CNG PNG Rates: CNG and PNG prices increased again in Delhi NCR, know the new price
IGL has also increased the prices of domestic PNG with effect from October 2. The price of PNG supplied to households in Delhi has been increased by Rs 2.10 per cubic meter to Rs 33.01 per scm. At the same time, the applicable price of domestic PNG will be Rs 32.86 per SCM in the houses of Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad.
The retail prices of CNG and domestic PNG have been revised marginally to offset the impact of increase in the price of domestically produced natural gas and increasing dependence on costly R-LNG. IGL said the hike will have a marginal impact on the per kilometer running cost of vehicles. The increase will be 6 paise per km for autos, 11 paise for taxis and 1.65 per km in case of buses.