Petroleum prices increased again, gas prices increased by 215 per cylinder
Nepal Oil Corporation has increased the price of petroleum products.
The meeting of the board of directors of the corporation held on Saturday decided to increase the price of petrol by Rs.2 per liter, diesel and kerosene by Rs.6 per liter and cooking gas by Rs.215 per cylinder.
Similarly, aviation fuel has been increased by Rs 8 per liter both domestically and internationally. With this increase, the price of gas has reached Rs 2110 per cylinder.
The price of petrol is Rs 182.5 per liter in the first category (Charali, Biratnagar, Janakpur, Amlekhganj, Valbari, Nepalgunj, Dhangadhi and Birganj depots), Rs 184 per liter in the second category (Surkhet and Dang) and Rs 185 in Kathmandu,
Pokhara and Dipayal. Similarly, the price of diesel has remained at 176.5 rupees per liter in the first category, 178 rupees in the second category and 179 rupees per liter in the third category. Domestic aviation fuel price per liter has remained at 144 rupees and international price at 1.095 US dollars.
The increased price will be effective after 12 midnight on Saturday.