Mahanagar Gas Limited (MGL) introduced a hike in costs of compressed pure fuel (CNG) and piped pure fuel (PNG) in Mumbai with impact from December 17, 2021. With the newest worth revision, the revised CNG worth within the monetary capital now stands at Rs 63.50 per kg, and PNG is being retailed at Rs 38/SCM (normal cubic meter),
”MGL pronounces the revised costs of CNG as Rs 63.50/Kg and PNG Rs 38/SCM in and round Mumbai w.e.f. midnight of seventeenth December 2021”, the pure fuel distribution firm tweeted.
MGL pronounces the revised costs of CNG as ₹. 63.50/Kg and PNG ₹. 38/SCM in and round Mumbai w.e.f. midnight of seventeenth December, 2021.
— Mahanagar Gas Ltd. (@mahanagargas) December 17, 2021
On Friday, December 17, shares of Mahanagar Gas settled 2.12 per cent decrease at Rs 871.70 apiece on the BSE.
Earlier within the month, 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 ₹ 53.04 per kg.
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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 ₹ 61.10 per kg. Whereas, in Karnal and Kaithal the revised CNG worth is Rs.59.30 per kg, in response to Indraprastha Gas Limited.