Oil costs at most elevated ever; Rs 84.40/liter in Mumbai, Rs 76.57 in Delhi
Spiraling oil costs touched crisp record levels in Delhi and Mumbai on Monday, at Rs 76.57 and Rs 84.40 for every liter separately.
On Sunday, the fuel cost broke the untouched abnormal states touched in 2013 and was evaluated at Rs 76.24 and Rs 84.07 for each liter in both the urban areas.
On Monday, in the other real urban areas like Kolkata and Chennai, the cost of the fuel rose to almost five-year abnormal states, at Rs 79.24 and Rs 79.47 for every liter.
As per onlookers, this ascent in transportation fuel costs can be credited to the current surge in worldwide raw petroleum costs and high extract obligation in the nation. On Monday, Brent unrefined petroleum was valued around USD 79 for every barrel.
Diesel costs, which have just achieved extraordinary levels, set new records the nation over. In Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai, diesel was sold at Rs 67.82, Rs 70.37, Rs 72.21 and Rs 71.59 for each liter, separately.
(This Story Originating From INDIATODAY)