Gas cylinder became expensive by Rs 73.5, check this month’s rate


New Delhi: On the first day of the month itself, there has been a blow on the pocket of the common man. The prices of gas cylinders (LPG Gas Cylinder Price) have increased again. Government oil companies have increased the prices of gas cylinders by Rs 73.5 per cylinder. Let us tell you that only commercial gas prices have been increased this month. At the same time, the prices of domestic LPG remain the same. In the capital Delhi, the price of 19 kg commercial gas cylinder has increased from Rs 1,500 to Rs 1623 per cylinder.

The prices of the 14.2 kg gas cylinders will remain the same as last month. In the month of July, the oil companies had increased the gas cylinder by 25.50 per cylinder. The price of a 14.2 kg non-subsidized LPG cylinder in Delhi is Rs 834.50. Apart from this, the price of gas cylinders is Rs 861 in Kolkata, Rs 834.50 in Mumbai, and Rs 850.50 per cylinder in Chennai.

New Price of 19 Kg Commercial Gas Cylinder (19 KG LPG Cylinder Price)

  • The price of 19 kg commercial gas in Delhi has increased by Rs 73 to Rs 1623.
  • The price of commercial gas cylinder in Kolkata has increased by Rs 72.50 to Rs 1629.
  • There was an increase of Rs 73.50 in Chennai, after which the price of cylinder has gone up to Rs 1761.
  • In Mumbai, it has increased by Rs 72.50 to Rs 1579.50 per cylinder.

14 Kg LPG Cylinder Price (14.2 KG LPG Cylinder Price)

  • 834.50 per cylinder in Delhi
  • 861 per cylinder in Kolkata
  • 834.50 per cylinder in Mumbai
  • Rs 850.50 per cylinder in Chennai

In this way, you can check the price of gas cylinder
You can check the price of the gas cylinders on the website of government oil companies. Let us tell you that on the first of every month, companies update the rates of gas cylinders. You can check the prices from the official link of IOCL (

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Now choose your own distributor
Gas consumers (LPG customers) are being given the freedom to choose their own gas distributor for LPG refill. Let us tell you that at present, customers can fill gas cylinders only from the designated distributor. At present, this facility has been started in some cities only. Later it will be implemented across the country. In the first phase of the scheme, this facility will be made available to the customers of Chandigarh, Coimbatore, Gurugram, Pune, and Ranchi.