HPCL-Mittal Energy's Bathinda refinery to start by 2011

December 2008
Chemical Business;Dec2008, Vol. 22 Issue 12, p44
Trade Publication
The article reports on the construction of a petroleum refinery by Guru Gobind Singh Refineries Ltd. (GGSRL) in Bathinda, India. The Rs 18,900 crores refinery is expected to start operating by February 2011. It will be a zero bottoms, energy-efficient, environment friendly, high distillate yielding complex that would produce clean fuels and 80 units of polypropylene by processing heavy and acidic crudes.


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