ONGC Petro Additions (OPaL) has begun exports to Singapore and intends to float a tender soon for exporting more products to other countries.
The first consignment of butadiene was shipped to Singapore, and the company wants to export more products benzene, etc. to other countries as well for which it will be floating tenders, Opal chief executive K Satyanarayana told PTI today.
The Rs 30,000-crore OPal plant here is the first one set up under the petroleum,chemicals and petrochemicals investment region (PCPIR) in the Dahej SEZ, under which it has to export 50 per cent of production, Satyanarayana added. Read More…
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