Indian Oil To Double Refinery Capacity By 2030

Indian Oil To Double Refinery Capacity By 2030

Indian Oil is a mammath in the oil and gas sector in India, straddling 11 refineries with a total capacity to process 80.7 million metric tonnes per annum (MMTPA) of petroleum products. It’s forays upstream and downstream have now given the mega corporation (FY17 revenue Rs 4,45,372.91 crore) an arm rest across the oil and gas value chain, from exploration and production for oil and gas, to refining and marketing petroleum products and lubricants (POL), to petrochemicals and lately, renewable energy resources.

CPCL records highest throughput in 2016-17: CPCL MD

CPCL records highest throughput in 2016-17: CPCL MD

Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd (CPCL), a group company of Indian Oil, has achieved highest throughput of 10.256 MMTPA during 2016-17, besides reaching the highest ever distillate yield, a top company official said today.

Pradhan and his Nigerian Counterpart Discuss $15 bn Co-operation in Hydrocarbon Sector

Nigeria is one of the largest trading partners of India in Africa which is dominated by import of crude oil and gas from Nigeria. In 2015-16, India imported nearly 23.7 MMT of crude (nearly 12% of India overall imports) and over 2 MMTPA of LNG from Nigeria.

Pradhan and his Nigerian Counterpart Discuss $15 bn Co-operation in Hydrocarbon Sector

The Minister of State (I/C) for Petroleum & Natural Gas, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan met his Nigerian counterpart Dr. Emmanuel Ibe Kachikwu, Minister of State for Petroleum in New Delhi today. Dr Kachikwu is on a three days official visit to India.