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IndianOil's Chairman Inaugurates ISFL-2018 PSU NEWS

Chairman IndianOil Inaugurates ISFL-2018

 

Faridabad: Mr Sanjiv Singh Chairman, IndianOil inaugurated the 11th edition of International Symposium on Fuels and Lubricants (ISFL) at Surajkund, Delhi NCR on April 15, 2018. Dr SSV Ramakumar, Director (R&D), Mr. Tom Curtis, Corporate Vice President, Lubrizol Additives, other functional directors of IndianOil, Mr BV Rama Gopal, Director (Ref), Mr. Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra, Director (HR), were present on the occasion.
 
Mr Sanjiv Singh commented that the oil industry and its associated stakeholders as a whole are confident and ready to collaborate to address the specific needs arising due to the implementation of BS IV to BS VI fuel norms across the country by 2020.
 
Dr Ramakumar exhorted the august gathering represented by 10 countries that India has enormous business opportunities as the country recorded robust growth in various industries specifically automobile. Mr. Curtis reiterated that becoming a world-class manufacturing centre, India has significant growth potential. 
 
Based on the theme 'Next Generation Fuels & Lubricants for Future Emission Compliance', the symposium has a special session on Start Up India’. Conference proceedings containing research findings of around 125 authors were also released on the occasion.
 
The symposium has eminent speakers from India and abroad addressing a gathering of 350 scientists and technologists from the downstream petroleum industry, auto manufacturers, and environmentalists. 


Posted Date :  16-04-18

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