Friday, 23 August 2013

Indian Oil Corporation signed an MOU with SIDCUL and Uttarakhand Govt.

Dehradun, 22 August:
The Indian Oil Corporation signed an MOU with SIDCUL and Uttarakhand Government at the CM’s residence, here, today. The MOU has been signed for development of natural gas infrastructure, supply of gas and
innovation in power. The MOU was signed by Additional Chief Secretary, Rakesh Sharma, MD SIDCUL Shailesh Bhagoli, and I/C (Gas) Indian Oil Executive Director AK Marchanda.
Indian Oil and Uttarakhand Government will jointly make schemes for infrastructural development of natural gas and innovation in power.
The CM, Vijay Bahuguna, said that investment was essential for development in the state. He said there was need to concentrate on the power sector for industrial development. He expressed the hope that the MOU would encourage social and economic development in the state.
He spoke to the IOC Chairman, RS Butola, over the phone about the establishment of an LPG bottling plant in the state.
The Executive Director, AK Marchanda, said that Indian Oil would identify a cluster after surveying the demand in the present geographical conditions. Also, work would be done with regard to city gas distribution. 
Help from the state government would also be taken, and it would also be a partner in the bidding process.

Bahuguna met a delegation

Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna met a delegation of the Bharat Petroleum  Corporation Limited, here, today. The delegation was headed by Regional LPG Manager DN Mathur and Territory Incharge S.Bhattarcharjee, who presented the CM with a draft of Rs 9 lakh for the CM’s disaster relief fund. 
The Principal of MKP PG College, Indu Singh, also met the CM Vijay Bahuguna and presented him with a cheque of Rs 1.25 lakh for the disaster fund. 
Also present on the occasion were Legislator Rajkumar and Dr Sunita, Dr Sarita and Dr Jyotsna from the college.

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