DelhiDesk The rates of petrol and diesel remained stable on May 7, 2023, with petrol priced at Rs 96.72 per liter and diesel priced at Rs 89.62 per liter in Delhi. The rates are reviewed daily by government oil companies, and petrol pump dealers also take their commission, which adds to the cost of petrol and diesel. More than half of the price paid for petrol and diesel in the market is in the form of taxes by the central and state governments. Crude prices are often influenced by the dollar rate, and the prices of petrol and diesel are reviewed accordingly. Refining one barrel of crude oil yields about 74 liters of petrol, 36 liters of diesel, and other substances. In 1947, the rate of petrol was 27 paise per liter in India.

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– Rates of petrol and diesel remain stable on May 7, 2023
– Government oil companies revise and release rates on a daily basis
– Rates for different metro cities are provided in the article
– Crude oil prices and taxes affect the cost of petrol and diesel
– Petrol pump dealers also add to the cost through commission
– Refining one barrel of crude oil yields various petroleum products
– Rate of petrol in 1947 was 27 paise per liter
– English summary of the article is provided at the end

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