Gail, IOC to explore setting up petrochemical project in Bihar

December 2008
Popular Plastics & Packaging;Dec2008, Vol. 53 Issue 12, p60
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The article reports on an agreement signed by two public sector companies GAIL (India) Ltd. and Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (IOC) to explore the possibility of establishing a cracker complex at Barauni in Bihar, India. The companies would constitute a joint working committee to conduct the feasibility study for the plant that would allegedly take five years to construct. An overview of the proposed plant is given.


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