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|Day's Range||406.65 - 418.00|
|52 Week Range||281.70 - 462.60|
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Indian Oil Corp, the country's top refinery, has delayed maintenance shutdown at its 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) Paradip refinery in eastern Odisha state to March-April, a company spokesman said on Friday. IOC had earlier planned to shut the refinery for 20 days this month. "Due to a major job at the hydrogen unit, the refinery will be shut for about 45 days in March-April, when we will carry out maintenance at other units as well," he said, adding that the shutdown has been deferred to meet local fuel demand.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Oil Corp is willing to buy state-owned GAIL (India) Ltd or Oil India Ltd, the company's head of finance, A.K.Sharma, said on Monday Indian Oil also plans to open offices in ...
A push to use more natural gas by the world’s fastest-growing oil guzzler is getting a boost from an unlikely source: the nation’s gasoline and diesel makers.
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India is looking to invest in a colonial-era Sri Lankan oil-storage facility as it seeks to further its naval interests in the Indian Ocean and push China back in the process.
Saudi Aramco is in talks to buy a stake in a planned refinery in India, which would be the largest refinery in the country, costing around $30 billion
Lower oil prices and the scrapping of fuel subsidies have allowed India’s biggest energy companies to slash borrowings to the lowest in at least eight years.
Indian Oil Corp., the nation’s top refiner, is reconsidering plans to invest $8 billion in the country’s east after a provincial government threatened to withdraw promised tax breaks, people with knowledge ...
India’s biggest fuel retailer is seeking to buy oil assets as demand surges in the world’s fastest growing energy market.
Global oil majors BP Plc and Rosneft PJSC are eyeing a piece of India’s $117 billion retail market for fossil fuels, threatening to shake up government-owned companies that have faced little competition ...