Prime Minister Narendra Modi Sunday said the NDA government has taken “decisive steps” to bring down crude oil import by 10 percent and save precious foreign exchange for the country.
Towards this end, Modi said, 11 oil PSUs have adopted the modern ‘lignocellulosic’ route for establishing twelve 2G ethnol plants in 11 states of the country.
“To cut down on import of Crude oil, government has taken decisive steps towards reducing imports by 10 per cent and saving precious foreign exchange,” Modi said after dedicating to the nation an integrated refinery expansion complex of the public sector Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd at the Kochi Refinery here. Read More
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