LPG price hiked by Rs 3.46 per cylinder, to cost Rs 413.96

Domestic cooking gas (LPG) price was on Tuesday hiked by Rs 3.46 per cylinder after the government raised the commission paid to dealers by over 9 percent.

LPG price may go up by Rs 3.50 per cylinder

Domestic cooking gas (LPG) rates may soon go up by almost Rs 3.50 per cylinder in case the government accepts a recommendation for increasing the commission paid to dealers by over 9 percent.

Govt allows LPG portability, to sell small cylinders at petrol pumps

Cooking gas (LPG) will now be available at select petrol pumps in metro cities after the Oil Ministry has allowed sale of small 5-kg cylinders at retail outlets.

Govt considering raising cap on subsidised LPG cylinders

Government is considering raising cap on supply of subsidised LPG cylinders and a decision will be taken in the "next few days", Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister M Veerappa Moily said in the Lok Sabha Friday.

Govt may hike cap on subsidised LPG cylinders

In what may come as a good news for millions of consumers, the government may announce a hike in the cap on subsidised LPG cylinders on Monday from the current 6 to 9.

IOC blocks 10.2 lakh LPG connections

State-owned Indian Oil Corp, the nation's largest fuel retailer, has blocked 10.2 lakh domestic cooking gas connections in the country in its drive to eliminate multiple connections at the same address.

LPG price hiked by Rs 11.42 per cylinder; petrol, diesel rates may go up

Cooking gas (LPG) price was on Saturday hiked by Rs 11.42 per cylinder following government decision to raise commission paid to the dealers.

Price of non-subsidised LPG cylinder hiked by Rs 127 per cylinder to Rs 883.50

State-owned oil companies have hiked price of non-subsidised cooking gas (LPG) by Rs 127 per cylinder to Rs 883.5 on account of increase in international oil prices.

LPG distributors threaten strike on Oct 1

National Federation of LPG Distributors of India (NFLDI), which claims to represent 10,500 cooking gas sale agencies, demanded the government should have uniform pricing and should make direct transfer of subsidy to the intended beneficiaries.

Subsidised LPG cap to be raised from 6 to 10 cylinders?

According to reports, Monday, the government is mulling the option of increasing the number of LPG cylinders to be made available at subsidised rates from the current six cylinders to 10 per year.