The government has granted 18 Petroleum Mining Leases to winning bidders under DSF Round I and is in advanced stages of granting the rest, upstream regulator Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH) said in a notice today.
The notice added that the oil ministry has nominated Director General of DGH, Atanu Chakraborty as chairman and Joint Secretary Exploration, Amar Nath as government representatives for the Management Committee to be formed under the provisions of the Revenue Sharing Contract.
“In accordance with the provision of the contract, the process for granting Petroleum Mining Lease (PML) has started and till now 11 Mining Lease in onshore and 07 in offshore have been granted and remaining are in advanced stage of approval. Read More…
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