On September 10, petrol prices hit a fresh record at Rs 88.12/litre in Mumbai and Rs 80.73/litre in Delhi. Here's a look at 10 countries where it is the cheapest and most expensive.
India | Petrol prices have hit record highs in September. As of September 10, 2018, a litre of petrol costs Rs 88.12/litre in Mumbai, which trumps the all-time highs it reached in September 14, 2014. At that time, prices had touched Rs 81.88 per litre. India currently sits on the 85th spot. (Pictured) An oil refinery of Essar Oil, which runs India's second biggest private sector refinery, is pictured in Vadinar in Gujarat, India. (All countries' petrol prices sourced from globalpetrolprices.com. India's petrol prices sourced from Iocl.com) (Image: Reuters)