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BP India gets license to sell jet fuel in India

BP India gets license to sell jet fuel in India

BP will soon start local sales of aviation turbine fuel.

Airlines may increase price of tickets with hike in ATF

Airlines may increase price of tickets with hike in ATF

With the Government affecting a steep over nine percent hike in aviation turbine fuel (ATF), airlines may increase the price of tickets.

Diesel prices in major Indian cities after latest hike!

Diesel prices in major Indian cities after latest hike!

Petrol prices in major Indian cities after latest hike!

Petrol prices in major Indian cities after latest hike!

Petrol prices in major Indian cities after latest hike!

BP gets approval to sell jet fuel to airlines in India

After nearly two years of wrangling, BP plc has won an 'in-principle' approval to retail aviation turbine fuel (ATF) to airlines in India.

Price of non-subsidised LPG hiked by Rs 61.5 per cylinder

Price of non-subsidised LPG hiked by Rs 61.5 per cylinder

Jet fuel or ATF price was cut on Tuesday by a marginal 1.2 percent, the third reduction in as many months, while rate of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was hiked by Rs 61.50 a cylinder due to global cues.

Non-subsidised LPG rate hiked by Rs 27.50 per cylinder

Non-subsidised LPG rate hiked by Rs 27.50 per cylinder

The hike in rate comes on back of four straight monthly reduction. Non-subsidised LPG price was last cut on October 1 by Rs 42 to Rs 517.50 in Delhi.

Naresh Goyal pitches for reducing aviation fuel prices

After meeting senior Civil Aviation Ministry officials, Goyal expressed satisfaction over the steps initiated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government to boost the economy

No racial motivation seen in US church fires: ATF

Fires at six African-American churches in the southern United States do not appear to be linked or racially motivated, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) said Thursday.

OilMin wants BP to furnish bank guarantee for ATF licence

The Oil Ministry wants UK's BP plc to furnish a bank guarantee and an undertaking that it will meet the minimum investment requirement for getting a licence to retail jet fuel (ATF) to airlines in India.

Parliamentary panel seeks regulation of airfares

With airfares witnessing sharp fluctuations, a Parliamentary panel Tuesday pitched for regulation of air ticket prices to ensure that they remain within a "reasonable range".

Govt rejects BP's application for selling ATF

BP Exploration (Alpha) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of BP plc, had on June 11, 2014 submitted an application for authorisation to market aviation turbine fuel (ATF) claiming to have invested USD 477 million in the country.

Domestic carriers' financial health a concern: Govt

The government Tuesday expressed concern over the financial health of domestic airlines but ruled out plans of extending financial package to budget carriers.

ATF costs less than petrol, diesel: Dharmendra Pradhan

ATF costs less than petrol, diesel: Dharmendra Pradhan

While jet fuel (ATF) in Delhi costs Rs 46,513.03 per kilolitre or Rs 46.51 per litre, petrol is priced at Rs 57.31 a litre. Diesel costs Rs 46.62 a litre.

Petrol costs more than jet fuel (ATF) in India!

A litre of petrol in Delhi costs Rs 58.91 per litre. On the other hand, Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF), which has a higher octane than petrol and is a heavier fraction in the distillation process, is priced at Rs 52.42 a litre.

Indo-Nepal oil pipeline stuck over duration of agreement

Five months after India agreed to lay a pipeline from Bihar to Kathmandu for supply of petrol, diesel and ATF, the project is stuck over differences on the tenure of fuel supply.

Cut in jet fuel price, much-needed: SpiceJet

Beleaguered carrier SpiceJet on Thursday said the 12.5 percent cut in jet fuel prices is much-needed relief and will help the companies in reducing their overall cost of operations.

Jet Airways, SpiceJet gain up to 9% on ATF rate cut

Shares of Jet Airways and SpiceJet surged as much as 9 percent on Thursday after jet fuel (ATF) rates were slashed by a steep 12.5 percent.

LPG rate cut by Rs 113, jet fuel prices by 4.1%

A 14.2-kg cylinder of non-subsidised LPG will now cost Rs 752, down from Rs 865 previously, in Delhi, oil companies announced on Monday.

Jet fuel prices slashed by 7.3%

The price of aviation turbine fuel (ATF), or jet fuel, at Delhi was cut by Rs 4,987.7 per kilolitre, or 7.3 per cent, to Rs 62,537.93 per kl, oil companies announced today.