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Old 30th January 2018, 11:04   #6151
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The fuel prices have surged again! In Bangalore Petrol is at 74.xx and Diesel is at 65.xx.
Back in 2012-13, Bangalore used to have the highest petrol price among the Tier 1 cities after Mumbai. Now Hyderabad prices have overtaken Bangalore (retail at 77.22). AP, MP and Bihar have the highest fuel prices, even higher than Mumbai.

https://www.mypetrolprice.com/petrol...-in-india.aspx
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Old 30th January 2018, 11:32   #6152
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Got My Safari tanked up this morning from Swaraj Petrolium, Hinjewadi.
Diesel was at Rs. 67/l.
Petrol Not sure, but can recall was around 80.XX/l.
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Old 31st January 2018, 10:27   #6153
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Back in 2012-13, Bangalore used to have the highest petrol price among the Tier 1 cities after Mumbai. Now Hyderabad prices have overtaken Bangalore (retail at 77.22). AP, MP and Bihar have the highest fuel prices, even higher than Mumbai.

https://www.mypetrolprice.com/petrol...-in-india.aspx
That is because Karnataka Govt abolished the Entry tax which was about 3 Rs per litre back in July IIRC.
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With continuous price hike in last 5-6 weeks, is it similar for fuel from Shell/Essar/Reliance?
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With continuous price hike in last 5-6 weeks, is it similar for fuel from Shell/Essar/Reliance?
Essar / Reliance is at par. Shell unleaded is little higher.

as per recent filling,
Essar Diesel - 65.10 ( today)
Essar Petrol - 74.07 ( Today)
Reliance Diesel - 64.85 ( Friday last week)

IOC Xtra premium Petrol - 76.7 (approx) ( on Sunday)

Shell Diesel - 65.65 ( today)
Shell Unleaded regular - 77.15
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Essar / Reliance is at par. Shell unleaded is little higher.
Essar & Reliance since they have their own refinery ? However, not sure how it will work out for them for places which are far from their refinery. Like, in Bangalore not sure from where Reliance is sourcing their fuel.


Shell anyways is sourcing from IOCL I guess, so it will be expensive.
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Essar & Reliance since they have their own refinery ? However, not sure how it will work out for them for places which are far from their refinery. Like, in Bangalore not sure from where Reliance is sourcing their fuel.


Shell anyways is sourcing from IOCL I guess, so it will be expensive.
Essar & Reliance are both into oil, isnt it ?

Shell is said to get it from Essar. As told to me by one bunk owner/manager. For us, the distribution is from Mangalore as base.
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Old 1st February 2018, 14:23   #6158
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Another 2/- reduction in excise duty on petrol and diesel proposed in today's budget.
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Another 2/- reduction in excise duty on petrol and diesel proposed in today's budget.
Giving us carrots because of the 2019 elections while the country is looted dry inspite of the low crude prices.
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Another 2/- reduction in excise duty on petrol and diesel proposed in today's budget.
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Giving us carrots because of the 2019 elections while the country is looted dry inspite of the low crude prices.
No carrots sir! All cuts have been re-balanced in form of other cess. Means no actual cut in prices of petrol despite reduction in excise duty:

http://www.financialexpress.com/budg...xcise/1042199/
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Another 2/- reduction in excise duty on petrol and diesel proposed in today's budget.
That's still 2 months away. Till then, we continue with the current levels ?
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What they giveth they taketh away . The education cess has been increased by 2% and excise reduced by 2%. No real change. For more details here is the actual file with increases and decreases if any.

On Another note CKD and CBU cars will have an increase of basic customs duty of 5%

http://www.indiabudget.gov.in/ub2018...n/dojstru1.pdf

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No carrots sir! All cuts have been re-balanced in form of other cess. Means no actual cut in prices of petrol despite reduction in excise duty:

http://www.financialexpress.com/budg...xcise/1042199/
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Here is the Basic Excise duty structure on various Petroleum products.
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Old 1st February 2018, 19:31   #6164
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Petrol costs Rs.75.77 as of today in HPCL
Rs.76.50 was the cost in Shell a week ago !!
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No carrots sir! All cuts have been re-balanced in form of other cess. Means no actual cut in prices of petrol despite reduction in excise duty:

http://www.financialexpress.com/budg...xcise/1042199/
That's the thing, why are people not outraged that the government continues to fund their excesses with tax payers money? The opposition has failed in it's role by not being able to effectively highlight these issues. I'm flabbergasted when a full tank of fuel costs so much more than it did a few years ago.

They did away with announcing hikes in prices by adopting dynamic pricing, so we don't get to read the big flashing front page news of fuel price hikes but the government silently chips away at our income every day by raising the prices.
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