Indian Oil, the country’s largest downstream oil major, has issued an advertisement for setting up about 27,000 petrol pumps pan India. Interested entrepreneurs may see the detail advertisement and brochure available in website, www.petrolpumpdealerchayan.in.
Shares of state-run oil marketing companies (OMCs)—Indian Oil Corp. Ltd, Bharat Petroleum Corp. Ltd (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd (HPCL)—had declined by 25-35% in just two trading sessions in early October after
Indian Oil Corporation’s (IOC) research and development centre plans to become a full-fledged technology provider and licenser globally. The facility in Faridabad has thus far played the crucial role of shaping technologies to help IOC
Domestic gas consumers in India have a good news. Indian Oil corporation has announced a cut in gas cylinder prices. Country’s biggest oil company announced that the price of subsidised LPG cylnder in Delhi will decrease by Rs 6.52
Oil companies betting big on solar energy doesn’t sound ironic any more. Setting up solar power plants is not a token of commitment to the environment. Instead, it is making business sense as rising cost of running petrol pumps eat into dealer income.
Oil PSUs to allot 65,000 petrol pumps: All you need to know if you are planning to apply for petrol pump dealership
Public sector oil companies plan to allot about 65,000 petrol pumps across the country to nearly double the existing retail network, according to officials.
The historic floods that devastated the state in every sense, had taken its toll on the fuel market too. Officials of oil retailers said that petrol and diesel sales in the state were badly affected by the cumulative impact of floods across various sectors.
Public sector firms Indian Oil, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum plan to add 4,450 retail outlets across Gujarat in a bid to expand its network and meet growing fuel needs, an official said here Sunday.
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has said it will infuse Rs 1,200 crore over the next 6-7 years to create infrastructure of laying LPG pipeline and installing CNG stations in the two Burdwan districts of West Bengal.
India’s oil ministerDharmendra Pradhan has invited global investors to participate in the auction of oil and gas acreages being conducted by the government under the second round of bidding for Discovered Small Fields (DSF-II) and blocks being awarded under the new Open Acreage Licensing Policy.