Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan today laid the foundation stone of Rs 507 crore IndianOil terminal at Pekhubella in Una district of Himachal Pradesh today.
Pradhan said that opening of the Indian Oil Corp’s terminal will be a new milestone in the history of Himachal Pradesh and also from strategic point of view.
The oil terminal at Una, nearly 200 km from the state capital, would be strategic storage point for defence to meet annual winter fuel stocking in Leh and Ladakh and enroute Pathankot to Srinagar besides for defence posts at Karu, Nima, Upshi, Kyari via Rohtang Pass. Read More…
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