The price hike comes at a time when crude oil prices have been rising and the Brent crude is trading around $45 per barrel.
After a respite of more than 45 days, petroleum costs rose over the four metros on Sunday. In the national capital, the fuel was sold at Rs 80.57 per liter, 14 paise higher than the past level. Petroleum cost was at Rs 80.43 in Delhi since June 29. The value climb comes when raw petroleum costs have been rising and the Brent rough is exchanging around $45 per barrel.
Cost of petroleum in the other key metros, Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata on Sunday were Rs 87.31, Rs 83.75 and Rs 82.17 per liter individually.
Diesel costs, be that as it may, were unaltered for the sixteenth back to back day in Delhi at Rs 73.56 per liter.
Cost of diesel fell over Rs 8 in the city on July 31 after the Delhi Government declared to cut the worth included duty (VAT) on it.
In Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata additionally diesel costs were unaltered at Rs 80.11, Rs 78.86 and Rs 77.06 per liter.