Reliance Industries to raise Jamnagar refinery capacity

June 2005
Chemical Business;Jun2005, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p79
Trade Publication
Reports on the plan of Reliance Industries to increase the capacity of its refinery in Jamnagar, India. Significance of the capacity expansion to the manpower of the refinery.


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