Cairn India Limited, along with its partners is set to invest Rs3,240 crore in the Ravva Fields in the Krishna-Godavari Basin, to undertake 20 Developmental Wells and for setting up related infrastructure, as the oil and gas production is dwindling from the existing wells.
Cairn India Limited approached the ministry of environment forest and climate change seeking necessary clearances for the proposed project. According to the minutes of the meeting by Expert Appraisal Committee under the ministry, the proposal was given green signal as far as Coastal Regulation Zone (CRZ) is concerned. Read More…
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