Another price hike has hit the people of Gujarat. Adani CNG prices have increased again after a short period of stability in Gujarat. Natural gas prices were reduced earlier. After which the price of Adani CNG has been increased again. Today’s price of CNG has been increased by three rupees, the new price of CNG gas has become 86.90 rupees per kg today.
CNG price hike
Diwali Offers On the sixth day of Navratri, Adani has imposed a price hike on customers. Adani CNG price has increased once again. The price of CNG has been increased by Rs 3 per kg. The new price of Adani CNG has been increased to Rs 89.90. The increase in CNG prices has been accompanied by a 40 percent increase in natural gas prices. Then this price increase will be severe for the customers during the festival.
- Another blow of inflation on the people of Gujarat
- Adani CNG price hiked by Rs 3
- The new price of CNG gas is Rs.86.90 per kg
Diwali Offers CNG prices were reduced. Then the CNG price was 83.90. After which the price of CNG gas has been increased by 3 rupees again today. Which has increased to 86.90. Earlier, CNG gas was available at Rs 83.90 per kg in Ahmedabad. Today this price has gone up to Rs 86.90 per kg.
How much has the price of CNG increased?
In the face of rising inflation, the condition of middle-class families has become like a betel nut. After yesterday’s repo rate, the price of Adani CNG has also increased. CNG price has been directly increased by Rs 3 today. People will have to pay Rs 86.90 from today compared to yesterday’s price of Rs 83.90.
Increase in gas price of ONGC’s old fields
Diwali Offers It may be mentioned that according to the order of the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) of the Ministry of Oil, the gas price of ONGC and Oil India’s old fields was increased from $6.1 to $8.57 per mmbtu. At this rate, about two-thirds of the gas produced in the country will be sold.
Diwali Offers According to the order, the price of gas extracted from difficult and new fields like D-6 block operated by Reliance Industries Ltd and its partner BP Plc in the KG basin has been increased from $9.92 to $12.6 per unit. This will be the third hike in gas rates since April 2019. It has increased due to strength in benchmark international prices.