Indian Oil Corp has lined up an extensive maintenance turnaround plan for its refineries in 2017, sources with knowledge of the plan said, which could force the country's top refiner to tap overseas markets for gasoline and diesel to meet rising local demand. IOC plans to shut a 150,000 barrel per day (bpd) crude unit at its 300,000 bpd Panipat refinery in northern India and an associated naphtha cracker plant for about a month in July, the sources said, freeing up some naphtha for exports. IOC also plans to shut a 160,000 bpd Mathura refinery for 15 days from Aug 25; its ...
IOC to shutdown crude, refinery units across India for maintenance purposes
At least seven units to remain closed briefly in Haryana, Bihar and West Bengal, among others