Inspired by the online and e-commerce boom in the country, oil marketing companies — Indian Oil, HPCL and BPCL are planning to start online retailing of diesel to cater to the rural customers
The lack of urgency shown by the government in resolving issuance of ‘non-explosive licences’ to Nepali gas bullets is likely to hit the supply of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)in the near future.
Home-delivery of petrol and diesel will be a reality soon with the government-owned fuel retailers in advanced talks with Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organization (PESO) on formulation of safety norms and issuance of licenses, Sanjiv Singh, Indian Oil Corp (IOC) Chairman and Managing Director said.
A city-based startup which recently started a first-of-its-kind door delivery of diesel here, has hit a roadblock, after Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation directed state-run oil marketing companies and private retailers not to sell fuel to it, citing “safety.”
A circular issued by the Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) has brought to a halt the operations of MyPetrolPump, which recently started home delivery of fuel in Bengaluru.
The Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organisation (PESO) on Thursday urged oil companies to instruct all petrol pump dealers not to entertain vehicles of firms catering to home delivery of fuel, including petrol and diesel.