Dec 4 (PTI) After keeping the post vacant for more than two years, the government has finally appointed Dinesh K Sarraf, former CMD of ONGC, as the new chairman of the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB).
Sarraf, 60, who retired as the chairman of India’s most profitable company on September 30, was appointed to head the PNGRB by the Appointments Committee of the Cabinet, an official order said.
He replaces S Krishnan, who demitted office in August 2015. Alongside, ACC also appointed S Rath, former director (exploration) of Oil India Ltd, as member of PNGRB. S S Chahar, former member of Cyber Appellate Tribunal, has been appointed Member (Legal), PNGRB, the order said. Read More…
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