New Delhi 23, September Delhi-Magazine: Crude oil markets worldwide have been severely affected since the attack on Saudi Arabian oil plants Aramco. The price of petrol in Delhi increased by 29 paise to Rs.73.91 paise per liter. Petrol became expensive by Rs. 1. 88 in seven days.
If we talk about Kolkata, today petrol price is increasing by 28 paise to Rs 76.60 per liter and diesel is increasing by 20 paise to Rs 69.35 per liter.
According to the website of Indian Oil, petrol in Mumbai has increased from Rs 79.29 per liter to Rs 79.57 per liter, in Chennai petrol has increased from Rs 76.52 to Rs 76.83. Same with the areas adjoining Delhi, the prices of petrol and diesel in Gurugram and Noida. Petrol is being sold in Noida today at Rs 75.44 per liter and diesel is selling at Rs 67.25 per liter. Meanwhile, petrol is being sold in Gurugram at Rs 73.64 per liter and diesel at Rs 66.11 per liter.
In the same month, on September 14, following the drone attack on Saudi Arabian government oil company Saudi Aramco’s oil plants, the price of crude oil in the international market rose by almost 20 percent on Monday, the biggest one after 28 years. The day was fast. It was reportedly claimed by the Houthi rebels of Yemen.
Saudi Arabia supplies 2 million tonnes of crude oil to India every month. Out of this, supply of 12 to 13 lakh tonnes has been received for the month of September. The remaining supplies are also expected to be available soon. Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has also spoken to the Petroleum Minister of Saudi Arabia about this. Saudi Arabia has assured India to maintain its supply of crude oil.