State-run Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) shut a hydrocracker unit at its Mumbai refinery on Wednesday evening following a fire that left more than 40 people injured, said a top company official.
“We have shut the hydrocracker and assessment will be done on Thursday to know how long we need to keep it shut,” R Ramachandran, head of refineries, told news agency Reuters. Read More
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