Reliance Industries (RIL) and the Ruias' Essar Oil are all set to restart their petro-retail operations as diesel prices are likely to be de-regulated by Diwali. The price differential between the market price and sale price of diesel has narrowed down to Rs 1.33 per litre since the start of August on the back of falling crude oil prices, an appreciating Indian rupee against the dollar and the 50-paisa monthly increase in diesel prices since January 2013. RIL - after having cornered about 14 per cent of diesel sales within a couple of years of getting into petro-retailing - had to close down its pumps in 2008 due to the differential with the diesel prices of State-owned oil marketing companies and private retailers. RIL is expected to open its pumps once the diesel price is fully de-regulated.
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