Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) introduced a hike in costs of compressed pure fuel (CNG) in Delhi, Haryana, and Rajasthan with impact from 6 am on Saturday, December 4. With the newest worth revision, the revised CNG worth within the nationwide capital territory (NCT) of Delhi now stands at Rs 53.04 per kg. Apart from the nationwide capital, the main pure fuel distribution firm has hiked CNG charges in some chosen cities of Haryana and Rajasthan.
In Gurugram, the revised CNG worth is Rs.60.40 per kg. In Rewari, CNG now prices Rs 61.10 per kg. Whereas, in Karnal and Kaithal the revised CNG worth is Rs.59.30 per kg, based on Indraprastha Gas Limited.
The pure fuel firm introduced the newest hike in CNG charges in a collection of tweets. In Rajasthan, the corporate stated that the revised CNG worth in Ajmer, Pali, and Rajsamand will likely be Rs.67.31 per kg.
With impact from 6 am on 4th December 2021, @IGLSocial revises its CNG retail worth in NCT of Delhi, Haryana & Rajasthan.
— Indraprastha Gas Ltd (@IGLSocial) December 3, 2021
Indraprastha Gas operates primarily in Delhi. It began as a three way partnership between GAIL India, Bharat Petroleum, and the Delhi authorities.
The firm was established in 1998 to take over the Delhi City Gas Distribution Project from GAIL. The challenge was began to put a community for the distribution of pure fuel within the nationwide capital area of Delhi to customers within the home, transport, and industrial sectors.
On Friday, December 3, shares of Indraprastha Gas Limited settled 1.51 per cent greater at Rs 505.60 apiece on the BSE.