After announcing early rollout of Bharat Stage VI (BS-VI) emission norms in Delhi by April 1 next year, two years ahead of the earlier target, the Union ministry of petroleum and natural gas is now getting into a solution for crop stubble burning, a major reason for air pollution in the National Capital Region (NCR).
Assam based Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) and Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) has signed a sale-purchase Agreement for supply of High Speed Diesel (HSD) through the proposed 131 km Indo-Bangla friendship pipeline
A high-powered government team is currently visiting India to finalise terms over construction of the proposed 130-kilometre cross-country pipeline and long-term import of petroleum oil from the neighbouring country, said officials.
India’s union minister of state (I/C) for petroleum and natural gas, Dharmendra Pradhan is travelling miles to further the country’s bilateral energy ties with nations across the globe
Pradhan calls the consignment a symbolic gesture of friendship and cooperation that exists between India and Bangladesh.
Minister of State of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan flagged off a goodwill rail rake consignment carrying High Speed Diesel (Gasoil) from Siliguri Marketing Terminal of Numaligarh Refineries Ltd (NRL) to Parbatipur storage depot of Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) in Bangladesh.The goodwill rail rake consignment for supply of 2200 MT (2700 KL) HSD of BS III Grade with 350 PPM Sulphur content is an outcome of the discussion between the two Governments