KeroseneKerosenes are distillate fractions of crude oil in the boiling range of 150-250°C. They are treated mainly for reducing aromatic content to increase their smoke point (height of a smokeless flame) and hydrofining to reduce sulphur content and to improve odour, colour & burning qualities (char value).

Kerosene is used as a domestic fuel for heating / lighting and also for manufacture of insecticides/herbicides/fungicides to control pest, weeds and fungi. Since kerosene is less volatile than gasoline, increase in its evaporation rate in domestic burners is achieved by increasing surface area of the oil to be burned and by increasing its temperature. The two types of burners which achieve this fall into two categories namely vaporisers & atomisers.

The Indian Standard governing the properties of kerosene is IS 1459:1974 (2nd Rev).

Subsidised Prices in Metros (Rs./litre)

Applicable from Midnight of December,02 2014 and December 03, 2014
Delhi 14.96
Kolkata 16.00
Mumbai 15.14
Chennai 13.70

Previous Prices

Non-Subsidised Prices in Metros (Rs./Kl)

Applicable from Midnight of March 31, 2015 - April 01, 2015

Delhi 48304.20
Kolkata 49310.21
Mumbai 48877.36
Chennai 54504.83

Price build up of Kerosene

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