Advanced technologies coupled with a change in attitude towards the use of petroleum products was the need of the hour to fight emissions and rising global warming, said Mr. Debasis Sanyal, ONGC Executive Director and Asset Manager, Rajamahendravaram on the occasion of inauguration of Saksham, Samrakshan, Kshamta Mahotsav-2017 (formerly known as Oil and Gas Conservation Fortnight).
ONGC’s Energy Centre in Delhi is dedicatedly working on alternative energy sources to bridge the demand-supply gap in the country for a sustainable green future, he added. Team ONGC led by Mr. Sanyal pledged to educate the people to avoid wastage of petroleum products and start using cleaner fuels.
During the month, several awareness programmes are planned in the city colleges and schools besides villages in the operational area. Read More…
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