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Three state-run energy firms -- Indian Oil Corp, Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum -- plan to spend USD 20 billion on refinery expansions to add units by 2022 that would process fuel oil into gasoline and diesel, boosting their output to meet growing local demand for transport fuels.
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IndianOil charts Rs. 1.8-trillion capex for next 6-7 years Priyanka Iyer / THE HINDU BUSINESS LINE Fortune-500 company and state-run refiner Indian Oil Corp will invest Rs. 1.8 trillion in the next 6-7 years to ramp up capacities in refineries and gas pipeline. Speaking to BTVi, IOC Chairman B
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was dedicated to the nation in 1966 with 2 MTPA refining capacity. Refining capacity will be expanded to 18 million MTPA from the existing 13.7 MTPA,” he said. (Reuters) The capacity of Indian Oil Corp’s Gujarat Refinery will bolstered to 18 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) by 2020 from the existing 13.7 MTPA
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