Refineries in India


Map of Refineries in India

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Map of Refineries in India Kochi Refineries Barauni Petrochemical Refinery Mangalore Refinery Mathura Refinery Hindustan Petroleum Corporation - Vishakapatanam Nagapattinam Chennai Haldia Kolkata Bongaigaon Umium Numligarh Guwahati Digbol Panipat Jamnagar Koyali Mumbai
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Kochi Refineries :
Kochi Refineries Limited (KRL) is a company which operates an oil refinery located at Kochi situated in the Indian state of Kerala... More

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India Petroleum Industry :
Over the years India Petroleum Industry has played an influential part in triggering the speedy expansion of the country's economy by contributing 15% in the total GDP... More..

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation - Vishakapatanam :
One of the prime oil refineries of the country, the Hindustan Petroleum Corporation LTD, Visakhapatnam is one of the pioneer organizations that turned the city... More

Mathura Refinery :
Mathura Refinery was commissioned in the year 1982. At present it has the capacity of processing 8.0 MMTPA of crude oil... More

Barauni Petrochemical Refinery :
Barauni petrochemicals plant is in the country the second oil refinery in the public sector and forms an important part of theIndian petrochemical industry... More..

Mangalore Refinery :
Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited is a subsidiary of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC)... More..


Last Updated on : January 16, 2018




     


     

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