Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has agreed to hire half of the 2.5 million tonnes underground strategic crude oil storage that India has built at Padur in Karnataka, making it second such deal by the UAE firm in the state.
Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Limited (ISPRL) CEO and Managing Director HPS Ahuja said ADNOC will store oil in two of the four compartments of 0.625 million tonnes (MT) each.
“They signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in November last year and now they have agreed to take two compartment of 0.625 million tonnes each. A final agreement will be signed soon,” he said on sidelines of the Petrotech 2019 conference here.
India has built 5.33 MT of emergency storage enough to meet its oil needs for 9.5 days, in underground rock caverns in Mangalore and Padur in Karnataka Read More
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