Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan sought cooperation of the Odisha government for implementation of the Rs 6,500 crore Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) project at Chandikhole in Jajpur district.
The Union Cabinet in June this year approved establishment 4 MMT SPR facility at Chandikhol. “I request cooperation and support of the Government of Odisha in executing the SPR project in the state,” Pradhan, union petroleum minister, wrote to Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.
He sought cooperation of the state government in single window clearance for the SPR project at Industrial Development Corporation of Odisha, fast tracking of land acquisition, consent for sourcing water and power, permission of state directorate of mines and geology, clearing the area Read More
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