Thursday, April 25

Mumbai: Mahanagar Gas CNG, PNG price hiked from today

Mahanagar Gas Cng Price Hike: In Mumbai, the price of CNG has increased by Rs 6 to Rs 86 per kg. At the same time, the price of PNG has increased by Rs 4 to Rs 52.50 per SCM.

The prices of both Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Piped Natural Gas (PNG) have increased in the country’s financial capital Mumbai. City gas distribution company Mahanagar Gas Ltd. (Mahanagar Gas limited – MGL) has increased the price of CNG by Rs 6 per kg. Apart from this, the price of PNG supplied through piped LPG has been increased by Rs 4 per unit. The new prices are effective from Monday midnight.

CNG price in Mumbai has been increased by Rs 6 per kg. MGL (Mahanagar Gas Limited) has said that after this hike, the price savings between CNG and petrol has come down to 45 percent. At the same time, this difference between PNG and LPG has come down to only 11 percent.

The government revises gas prices twice a year on 1 April and 30 September. MGL has said that after this hike, the price savings between CNG and petrol has come down to 45 per cent. At the same time, this difference between PNG and LPG has remained only 11 percent.

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The prices of both CNG and PNG have increased in Mumbai. City gas distribution company Mahanagar Gas Ltd. (MGL) has increased the price of CNG by Rs 6 per kg. Apart from this, the price of piped LPG supplied through PNG has been increased by Rs 4 per unit. The new prices are effective from Monday midnight. Along with this, Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), which is used as fuel in vehicles in Mumbai and surrounding areas, is now getting expensive. Its retail price has increased to Rs 86 per kg. At the same time, the price of domestic PNG has gone up to Rs 52.50 per SCM.

The government last week raised the rate paid for gas produced from old gas fields to $8.57 per unit from the current $6.1 per million British thermal unit. At the same time, the price of gas extracted from difficult areas was increased from $9.92 to $12.6 per unit. On the basis of this rate, about two-thirds of the gas produced in the country is sold.

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