Oil India tastes success in restoring polluted water bodies

January 2016
FRPT- Energy Snapshot;1/18/2016, p56
Industry Profile
The article reports that Oil India's research unit has reduced oil content in water bodies at drilling pits as part of a bio-remediation initiative which make the areas conducive for the growth of aquatic floral and fauna.


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