On Sunday, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) launched a special winter-grade diesel for the high-altitude regions of Ladakh that can withstand extremely low temperatures during the winter months. IOC is a Public Sector Unit (PSU), and is India’s largest commercial oil company.
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the country’s largest fuel retailer, plans to double its base-oil production from Haldia refinery in West Bengal by adding a new 270 Thousand Tonne Per Annum (TMTPA) Catalytic Dewaxing Unit (CDU) at a cost of Rs 1,085 crore, the company said in an application to the environment ministry.
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) fuels including diesel, petrol would upgrade to Bharat Stage (BS) VI from the current BS-IV stage by 2020, which could reduce the emissions substantially, said D L Pramod, executive director, Indian Oil, Karnataka.
The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) will be ready with the Bharat Stage (BS) VI emission-compliant grade fuel ahead of the government deadline of April 1, 2020. The company said the required quantity of fuel will be supplied to all outlets from the mandatory date.
The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) will be ready with the Bharat Stage (BS) VI emission-compliant grade fuel ahead of the government deadline of April 1, 2020.
Domestic petrol and diesel prices were hiked across metros on Wednesday, marking a seventh increase in the rates in nine days. The increase in petrol rates in Delhi and Mumbai each was to the tune of 25 paise per litre, according to data from Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL).
Snapping ATF supplies to Air India: Indian Oil Corporation says doesn’t have cash-surplus, says chairman
Indian Oil chairman on Wednesday defended cutting jet fuel supplies to the flag carrier Air India at six airports over non-payment saying that the national oil refiner is not a cash-surplus company.
Punjab Cooperation Minister Sukhjinder Singh Randhawa on Wednesday said that the collaboration of the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and the Cooperation department of the state government augurs well for the cooperation sector as the latter possesses immense potential waiting to be richly harnessed to ensure the economic turnaround of Punjab.
Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) will invest Rs 1,00,300 crore in expanding its Paradip refinery capacity from 15 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) to 25 mtpa and setting up a naphtha cracker unit.
State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) have got two new directors on their respective boards to replace ones superannuating. ONGC in a statement said Rajesh Kumar Srivastava has taken over as the new director (exploration