No additional levy on use of cards at petrol stations says Petroleum Minister

No additional levy on use  of cards at petrol stations says Petroleum Minister

In what came as a big relief for consumers of petrol and diesel and petrol pump owners, union minister of state (I/C) for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan said Monday. The All India Petroleum Dealers Association (AIPDA) on Sunday announced that it would not accept payments through credit and debit cards from Monday in protest the banks’ decision to levy additional charge of up to one per cent on such transactions

Dharmendra Pradhan Launches Customer Awareness Campaigns To Educate Customers About Cashless Transactions At Pumps

With more than 4 Crore footfalls daily, Petroleum Sector will form the base for all success stories written on "Digital Payments" in future :Pradhan

Dharmendra Pradhan Launches Customer Awareness Campaigns To Educate Customers About Cashless Transactions At Pumps

Digital awareness campaigns to educate people about cashless transactions is clearly the flavour of the moment across the nation. Minister of State (I/C) for Petroleum & Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan too launched Customer Awareness Campaigns for digital transactions at petrol pumps, the recent ones being at the auto Care Centre, a flagship HPCL Retail Outlet at Niti Marg, New Delhi and also at BPCL Outlet at Moti Bagh, New Delhi.

After CNG, LNG To Fuel Buses. Union Minister Pradhan Launches First LNG Bus in India

A successful example of public private partnership (PPP) was exhibited in the country on Wednesday, where in a joint effort of Petronet LNG Limited (PLL), Indian Oil Corporation Ltd and Tata Motors Ltd, for the first time, LNG was established and introduced as a fuel in commercial vehicles in the state capital of Kerala. Union petroleum minister Dharmendra Pradhan launched an LNG fueled bus for the 1st time in the Country.

After CNG, LNG To Fuel Buses. Union Minister Pradhan Launches First LNG Bus in India

After the successful run of CNG based buses and transport, India is now looking at LNG (imported natural gas in liquid form) as an alternate fuel to run buses.

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