Oil India Ltd (OIL), state-owned oil and gas explorer, on Thursday said it has been awarded two oil and gas blocks under the second round of Discovered Small Field (DSG) auctions.
“As part of the DSF Bid Round-II, it has been awarded two blocks, (i) onshore contract area AA/ONDSF/Tulamura/2018 covering an area of 47.23 sq km in the state of Tripura and offshore contract area KG/OSDSF/GSKW/2018 covering an area of 93.902 sq km in the Krishna-Godavari (KG) basin,” it said in a statement.
According to the company, this would be OIL’s first ever foray into the northeastern state of Tripura and also into the KG basin. Read More
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