The gurgaon petrol price is currently 3.50 per litre. The price is stable now. It’s a bit high for the time of the year. We have to wait and watch for the price to go down.
For a few reasons. First, there are only two petrol stations in gurgaon. One is about five minutes away from us, and the other is about ten minutes away. Second, the price of petrol is linked to the price of diesel and the cost of electricity. The cost of petrol is about 8% more than the cost of diesel. This means that we can’t really do much about the gas price when there’s not much else happening in the city.
The truth is, the main reason the price of petrol is higher than diesel is because the prices of both have gone up. In fact, diesel is about 10% higher than petrol, so the effect is even stronger. Of course, the gas pump itself is probably about 20% cheaper than the petrol one, so this does nothing to help.
It’s worth noting that the price of petrol as compared to diesel has been increasing over the last few years. This may be a factor in the increased price of petrol on India’s roads. I don’t know about you, but I haven’t exactly had good fuel price records since I started driving a car. But when I was driving a truck in the 60s, the fuel price there was 20% higher than the price of petrol.
Well, it has more to do with the fact that the price of petrol has increased for the last few months. In fact, the average price of petrol in India has increased by over 70% in the last 5 years. As a matter of fact, the average price of diesel has gone up by around 30% in the last 5 years. So petrol has become more expensive over the last 5 years.
It’s only natural that this would happen. There are two main reasons for this: The Indian government has been trying to increase petrol prices to make them more competitive with other countries, and the government has been trying to increase the price of diesel so that it’s more competitive.
In the USA, diesel consumption has been on the rise since the 1960s. In 2010, gasoline consumption in the USA was around 8.8 million litres, with the average price of diesel at around 10.2 million litres. But we can now see that the average price of diesel in the USA is only 1.
In India, petrol and diesel consumption in 2010 was around 5.2 million litres per day and 10.2 million litres per day, respectively, which means that the average price of diesel in India is currently just 1.
Diesel consumption in India is down in part because of the fact that most of the cars sold here were fuel-efficient when they were first launched. But it is still well under the 7 million litres consumed by diesel cars. Which makes me wonder if we were not living in the future we could see an industry coming out of India. Maybe we have it already.
It is not just the amount of diesel that is affecting the price of petrol in India. It is also the fact that India is the world’s largest consumer of petrol, with demand currently the highest in the world. In contrast, China is using less fuel per car than India, mainly because of the number of cars that its citizens are driving. In India, only one out of every seven cars is diesel, which is only about two percent of the total.