BPCL in talks with Kerala Govt to set up Rs 5,200 Cr Project

BPCL’s proposal to set up a compressed biogas (CBG) plant at Brahmapuram, Kochi, with municipal solid and the progress on the same was also discussed.

BPCL in talks with Kerala Govt to set up Rs 5,200 Cr Project

New Delhi: Shri G Krishnakumar, Chairman and Managing Director, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL), called on Shri Pinarayi Vijayan, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Kerala, and had initial discussions on 8 August 2023 to discuss setting up a Poly Propylene Unit at BPCL Kochi Refinery at a cost of Rs 5,200 Crores (“Project”).

 

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Shri Vetsa Ramakrishna Gupta, Director (Finance) and Shri Sanjay Khanna, Director (Refineries) and other senior officials from Kochi Refinery were also present.

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The Project envisaged as part of the Government of India’s vision of ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat,’ will facilitate the production of Homopolymer Grade Polypropylene (PP), which finds extensive use in the manufacture of packaging films, sheets, boxes, containers, bags, homeware, home care, personal care and article of day-to-day usage which are expected to be developed in the vicinity of the complex.

BPCL’s proposal to set up a compressed biogas (CBG) plant at Brahmapuram, Kochi, with municipal solid and the progress on the same was also discussed.

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