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Indian Oil plans Rs 2 trn investment by 2024 to meet energy needs: Chairman

OC through its 11 refineries controls about a third of India's 5 million-barrel-per-day refining capacity

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A logo of Indian Oil is picture outside a fuel station in New Delhi | Photo: Reuters

Reuters Mumbai
Indian Oil Corp, the country's top refiner, plans to invest Rs 2 trillion ($27.98 billion) in five-seven years to meet energy needs of diverse user groups, Chairman Sanjiv Singh told a shareholders meeting on Wednesday.
IOC through its 11 refineries controls about a third of India's 5 million-barrel-per-day (bpd) refining capacity.
Singh said the investment was required to help IOC "evolve into a future ready corporate that provides comprehensive energy solutions to diverse user groups".
The company is investing over Rs 20,000 crore by 2023-24 to expand its petrochemicals capacity and another Rs 10,000 crore in eight years for expansion of city gas distribution projects in the country, he said.
 

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First Published: Aug 28 2019 | 1:04 PM IST

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