Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s (ONGC’s) onshore crude oil domestic production witnessed an increase of 2.4% during last fiscal, after falling for three consecutive years.
Onshore production rose to 5.97 million metric tonne (mmt) during FY17 from 5.82 mmt a year ago. The reversal has happened on account of early monetization of discoveries at Ankleshwar, Cauvery (Madnam) and Rajahmundry (Keshnapalli West), among others, shows the latest data available with the oil and gas major. Read More…
Credit By: Live Mint
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