- CNG costs have been expanded multiple times over the most recent ten months in Mumbai.
- This year, the cost of CNG has been expanded multiple times over the most recent 10 months by Mahanagar Gas Limited or MGL.
While the public authority focuses on improved utilization of greener fuel, one of the generally utilized greener and elective energizes, CNG, has become costlier in Mumbai. Packed Natural Gas or CNG in the business capital of India currently costs ₹61.5 per kg after being expanded by ₹3.96 per kg.
Successful from Saturday, this most recent value climb comes as the third climb in two months. Additionally, this year, the cost of CNG has been expanded multiple times over the most recent 10 months by Mahanagar Gas Limited or MGL.
CNG is considered as one of the greeners energizes when contrasted with petroleum and diesel. Not just that, CNG is a lot less expensive contrasted with other petroleum derivatives like petroleum and diesel.
Thinking about the minimal expense of acquirement, numerous autorickshaws, taxis, enormous business vehicles, and traveler vehicles excessively moved to CNG as petroleum and diesel costs had shot past ₹100 per liter imprint in the city. Presently the series of climbs in CNG costs will undoubtedly influence these vehicle proprietors and bring about higher transportation costs.
CNG is typically less expensive than petroleum and diesel by 62% and 35 percent separately in Mumbai. By and by, petroleum and diesel costs in the city are ₹109.98 a liter and ₹94.14 a liter separately in the city.
In the interim, petroleum and diesel costs stay static for 25 days in a row. Since the focal government discounted extract obligation on both petroleum and diesel, the costs of these two engine energizes have stayed consistent.
In Delhi, petroleum and diesel costs on Sunday are ₹103.97 a liter and ₹86.67 a liter individually. Among other metro urban areas in Chennai, petroleum and diesel presently cost ₹101.40 per liter and ₹91.42 a liter separately. In Kolkata, the petroleum cost is consistent at ₹104.67 a liter, while diesel costs ₹89.79 a liter.