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Jet fuel prices expected to remain low, says ICRA

Jet fuel prices expected to remain low, says ICRA

🕔17:25, 8.Sep 2020

New Delhi, Sep 8 Subdued crude oil prices, on account of the Covid-19 outbreak, are expected to keep the cost of air turbine fuel (ATF) low, ratings agency ICRA said on Monday. “The prolonged shutdown of manufacturing activities in several countries

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IOC resumes fuel supply to Jet after assurances

IOC resumes fuel supply to Jet after assurances

🕔06:37, 6.Apr 2019

New Delhi/Mumbai, April 6  The country’s largest oil marketing company (OMC) Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) resumed fuel supply to Jet Airways within hours of effecting a cut on it, thus preventing further disruption of services of the airline that is

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Subsidised LPG hiked by Rs 7 per cylinder, jet fuel by 4%

Subsidised LPG hiked by Rs 7 per cylinder, jet fuel by 4%

🕔18:57, 1.Sep 2017

New Delhi, Sep 1 (IANS) State-run oil marketing firms hiked the price of subsidised cooking gas by Rs 7 per LPG cylinder, effective from Friday, as part of the decision to increase prices every month so as to eliminate subsidies. Petroleum

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Jet fuel rates cut by over 5%

Jet fuel rates cut by over 5%

🕔20:19, 2.Apr 2017

New Delhi, April 2 (IANS) With the recent dip in global crude oil prices to around $50 a barrel levels, the price of aviation turbine fuel (ATF), or jet fuel, has been cut by over 5 per cent — reversing a

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British Petroleum’s application for retailing jet fuel rejected

British Petroleum’s application for retailing jet fuel rejected

🕔12:00, 7.May 2015

New Delhi, May 7  The government has rejected British oil major BP’s application for selling aviation turbine fuel (ATF) to airlines because the company’s investment does not qualify it for a retailing licence, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Wednesday.

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Jet fuel, non-subsidized-LPG rates cut sharply

Jet fuel, non-subsidized-LPG rates cut sharply

🕔10:23, 2.Jan 2015

New Delhi, Jan 2  In major relief for the country’s beleaguered airlines industry, jet fuel (ATF) rates were Thursday cut by a steep 12.5 percent with international oil prices continuing to plunge going below $55 a barrel. However, there was

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