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Covid-19 impact: RIL pushes back production from KG-D6 block to Sept/Oct

The lockdown has further pushed the start of production to mid of 2020-21 fiscal, Reliance said in its latest annual report

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The company's D1 and D3 fields in the KG-D6 block ceased to produce in February this year after being in production for a decade.

Press Trust of India New Delhi
Reliance Industries has pushed back the start of production from the second wave of discoveries in its eastern offshore KG-D6 block to September/October after the Covid-19 lockdown imposed unprecedented constraints in execution of the deepwater project.

The company, along with its partner BP Plc of the UK, was initially targeting the start of production from the R-Series field in the Krishna Godavari block in May but pushed it back to June-end due to the lockdown.

The lockdown has further pushed the start of production to mid of 2020-21 fiscal, Reliance said in its latest annual report.

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First Published: Jun 28 2020 | 8:16 PM IST

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