On July 13, petrol prices remained unchanged, hitting a high of the previous day (July 12). There has been no change in diesel prices since it fell for the first time in the last two months.
In Delhi, petrol price rose to Rs 101.23 per liter. Meanwhile, diesel price was reduced by 16 paise to Rs 89.76 per liter.
Petrol price in India was Rs 107.24 per liter. Diesel prices have remained the same at Rs 97.33 per liter in Mumbai.
In Kolkata, fuel prices remained unchanged at Rs 101.39 per liter and diesel at Rs 92.86 per liter.
In Chennai, petrol price was Rs 101.96 and diesel price remained unchanged at Rs 94.28 per liter in the Tamil Nadu capital.
Fuel prices vary from state to state depending on the incidence of local taxes such as VAT and freight rates. Due to this, petrol is being sold at over Rs 100 per liter in seven states and union territories of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Karnataka and Ladakh.
Over the past 15 days oil companies have been revising daily petrol and diesel rates based on the average price of benchmark fuel and forex rates in the international market.