BPCL bags award under Large Energy company category

The award was presented by Mr Dinesh Jagdale Joint Secretary Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Mr Ravi Singh DG WRI, and Ms Seema Arora DDG CII to Mr Ashish Gupta DGM (HSSE) Corp.

BPCL bags award under Large Energy company category

New Delhi: Bharat Petroleum, the country's leading oil and gas company received the award for “Building Climate Resilience in Indian Business” under the Large Energy company category at the Climate Action Program CAP 2.0—organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry, a premier body of business and industry dealing in various Sustainability Development programs.

The event was held in New Delhi with invitations to organisations that have demonstrated excellent performance in climate change, taken positive steps to manage and measure their environmental performance and integrated sustainability into their core business models.

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The award was presented by Mr Dinesh Jagdale Joint Secretary Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Mr Ravi Singh DG WRI, and Ms Seema Arora DDG CII to Mr Ashish Gupta DGM (HSSE) Corp, who accepted the award on BPCL’s behalf and appraised the gathering about the initiatives taken by us for limiting earth's climate temperature increase to 1.5-degree centigrade and achieving net zero by 2040.

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This event has made our commitment towards mitigating climate change even stronger, with knowledge both learnt and imparted. 

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