Lpg Distributor

Frequently asked Questions

  • Be an Indian citizen and be a resident of India.
  • Have passed minimum Xth standard examination or equivalent from a recognised Board. The criterion of educational qualification is not applicable for applicant belonging to Freedom Fighter (FF) category.
  • Be not less than 21 years and not more than 60 years in age as on the date of advertisement.
  • There is no age restriction for applicants applying for locations reserved under FF category.
  • Not be a family member of employee of OMC as on date of application.
  • Fulfil Multiple Dealership/Distributorship norms.
  • Not be a signatory to distributorship/dealerships agreement, terminated on account of proven cases of malpractices/adulteration.
  • Own a plot of land of minimum dimensions for construction of LPG godown or Own a ready LPG cylinder storage godown as on the last date for submission of application.

Chandra Prakash, general secretary of the All India LPG Distributors Federation, argues that distributors hardly have any funds to carry out such activities. There are caps on how much LPG can be sold by various types of distributors but the highest is 16,500 per month. Given the distribution margin of Rs 44 per cylinder, that’s an income of R7.3 lakh per month. For an average distributor selling, say 6-8,000 cylinders a month, once costs are accounted for, profits don’t add up to more than R1 lakh a month.

Yes,of course. But, it depends on the number of certain customers you have, at the prime time of booking, there will be more profit and benefits. By running the Gas agency in India eventually after 6–7 years you could make lots of money. Be nice and gentle to the customers.

How much capital is required to start a gas agency in India?: Rs. 15 lakhs balance minimum plus godown and shop. You can apply for gas agency based on advertisements released by petroleum companies.