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BENGALURU (Reuters) -Indian Oil Corp Ltd (IOC) reported a first-quarter profit on Friday, as the country's top refiner benefited from higher fuel sales and marketing margins. The state-owned company's net profit was 137.50 billion rupees ($1.67 billion) for the quarter ended June 30, compared with a loss of 19.93 billion rupees, a year earlier. The company said its gross refining margin, or profit from converting a barrel of oil into refined products, was $8.34 per barrel in the first quarter, compared with $31.81 per barrel a year earlier.
Abu Dhabi's ADNOC Gas on Tuesday announced a 14-year $7 billion-$9 billion deal with Indian Oil Corp to supply 1.2 million metric tonnes of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year, ADNOC said in a statement. The deal was signed during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) last week, IOC said in a statement issued on Monday, adding that India's trade treaty with the UAE enables it to import LNG without paying a 2.5% import tax.