Nayara Energy, integrated downstream oil company, today said that it has operationalised its rail-fed Petroleum Oil Lubricant (POL) depot at Wardha in Maharashtra.
According to the company press release, the depot, spread over 50 acres, has a capacity of handling over 16,000 kilolitres of oil products, which will be supplied from the company’s refinery at Vadinar in Gujarat.
B Anand, chief executive officer, Nayara Energy said, “The addition of our new depot in Wardha is in line with our commitment to create world-class assets in a sustainable manner to fuel India’s growing energy demands. This, being our first rail-fed depot, will be an important step towards enhancing our supply infrastructure in the region.” Read More
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