The Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC), the country’s sole state-owned oil company, raised petrol, diesel, and kerosene prices by Rs 3 per liter to ‘adjust pricing in the worldwide market.’
The cost of petroleum products has risen once more.
Petrol will now cost Rs 145 per liter, while diesel and kerosene will cost Rs 128 per liter, according to the recent price adjustment.
Aviation fuel and LP gas prices, on the other hand, have stayed steady.
Domestic aviation gasoline costs Rs 116 per liter and international aviation fuel costs Rs 1,095 per liter, while LP gas costs Rs 1,575 each cylinder.
The Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) had previously raised the prices of gasoline, diesel, and kerosene on February 2.