Oil and Gas

  • The Oil and Gas industry in India is set for a sea change with recent developmental ambitions of the Government of India – 175 GW of installed capacity of renewable energy by 2022, the aim to achieve 100 smart cities mission, 10% reduction of oil and gas import dependence by 2022 and provision of clean cooking fuels. *
  • India is the third-largest consumer of fuel in the world but will soon reach the top as the per capita consumption in the country is on the rise. *
  • India is currently using only 6% of the world’s primary energy and the per capita consumption of energy is still one-third of the global average. *
  • The estimated conventional hydrocarbon resources in 26 sedimentary basins stood at 41.87 bn tonnes (oil and oil equivalent of gas), an enormous increase of about 49% in comparison to the earlier estimate of 28.08 bn tonnes. *
  • India is the second-largest refiner in Asia after China. It is emerging as a refinery hub with refining capacity exceeding demand. * The country’s refinery capacity has increased to 247.57 MTPA. *
  • By 2023-24, India is going to be 20% blending ethanol in our petrol products. Government promoting use of ethanol produced from sugarcane and food grains under EBP Programme. *
Reasons to Invest
  • India's share in the global oil demand is expected to increase to 11% while the gas demand is expected to rise upto 500% making it an attractive destination for investment and collaboration. *
  • In the next 4-5 years, India's gas pipeline network will reach around 35,000 kms providing opportunities for investment in natural gas infrastructure. *
  • India is one of the fastest-growing energy consumers. It is the third-largest consumer in the world after China and the USA. *
  • National Data Repository (NDR) was set up on 28 June 2017, at the Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH), to make the entire Exploration and Production (E&P) data available. This is mainly for commercial exploration, research and development and academic purposes. *
  • National Gas Grid: India targets to have a gas-based economy and increase the share of natural gas in the primary energy mix of the country from 6.2% to 15%. The Government has approved a capital grant of INR 5,176 crore under Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga to provide clean energy in the eastern part of the country. *
  • OMCs have delivered 1413.38 lakh refills to PMUY beneficiaries under this Scheme as on 30.11.2020 and more than 7.5 Cr PMUY beneficiaries have availed free cylinders under the scheme. *
  • Supportive Government Regime — ease of doing business moved to industry-specific policy HELP (Hydrocarbon Exploration & Licensing Policy). The Policy has provisions for a single License for exploration and production of conventional as well as nonconventional Hydrocarbon resources, pricing and marketing freedom and reduced rate of royalty for offshore blocks among other benefits. *
  • India is a net exporter of petroleum products since FY 2001-02 and also the largest exporter of petroleum products in Asia since August 2009. *
  • Two world-class gas hydrate reservoirs have been discovered under National Gas Hydrate Project-2 (NGHP-2). This has opened new avenues for alternative resources. *
  • Investment opportunities are in the upstream sector, gas pipeline, city gas distribution (CGD) network, LNG terminal, development of underground coal gasification, coal to liquids, petrochemical and refinery. *
  • India has agreed to release 5 mn barrels of crude oil from its Strategic Petroleum Reserves to control oil prices. *
  • The Government has advanced the target of achieving 20% blended ethanol by 2025, which is commonly known as E20 target. 
  • India plans to almost double its oil refining capacity to 450 MT in the next 10 years to meet the rising domestic fuel demand as well as cater to export market.
  • 10 lakh square kilometers of 'No-Go' areas in the Eastern Coast, Western Coast and Andaman Basin of India have been released for Oil & Gas Exploration and Production by Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of India to increase India's domestic oil & gas exploration and production capacity. *

Explore more about infrastructure availability in Oil and Gas sector >

Key Achievements
  • 35 CBG/biogas plants have been commissioned so far under SATAT initiative.*
  • India is the fourth-largest refiner in the world with a total refining capacity of 247.57 MMTPA. *
  • The target of providing LPG connections to 5 crore women belonging to the Below Poverty Line (BPL) under the “Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana” was achieved 8 months ahead of the schedule. *
  • 26.79 cr LPG customers are availing subsidy under PAHAL Scheme and nearly 9 lakh customers have joined this scheme in the month of September, 2020. As on 30.09.2020, more than 1.08 cr customers have given up LPG subsidy under the “Give it Up” initiative. *
  • The 2655 km Jagdishpur – Haldia&Bokaro – Dhamra Pipeline Project (JHBDPL) is being executed by GAIL at an investment of INR 12,940 crore, which includes 40% capital grant (i.e. INR 5,176 crore). JHBDPL will cater to the energy requirements of five states, namely Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha and West Bengal. *
  • As on 30.9.2022, 221 GAs have been operationalised for supply of CNG. *
  • After completion of 11 A CGD bidding round, 295 Geographical Areas (GAs) covering about 98% of the population and 88% of total geographical area of the country spread over around 630 districts in 28 States/UTs including all cities under these GAs, have been covered under the CGD network.*
  • L&T Hydrocarbon Engineering (LTHE) has been ranked as the ‘Top EPC Contractor in the Middle East’ by Oil & Gas Middle East magazine, the region’s leading publication focused on the upstream oil and gas industry. *
  • Hon’ble PM dedicated Gasoline Desulphurization (GDS) Unit under CPCL-fuel Quality up-gradation project to the nation to boos the use of Gas.
  • Bina-Panki Multiproduct Pipeline Project is developed, extending from the Bina refinery in Madhya Pradesh to Panki in Kanpur and will help the region access petroleum products from the Bina refinery. *
  • The LPG connections in the country have increased from 14 crore in 2014 to more than 30 crore in 2021. In Uttar Pradesh only, 1.60 crore families got new LPG connections. *
  • The Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) - Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL), Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) have entered into a long-term purchase agreement (LTPA) for upcoming dedicated ethanol plants across India. *
  • ONGC has become the first Exploration and Production (E&P) company in India to trade domestic gas on Indian Gas Exchange. *
  • With the coordinated efforts of the Public Sector Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) the target of 10% blending under the program has been achieved much ahead of the targeted timelines of November 2022. *
  • ONGC Videsh Limited (OVL) has made an oil discovery in the recently drilled well, Urraca-IX, in CPO-5 block, Llanos Basin, Colombia. *
  • 166 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations have been set up by GAIL (India) Limited and nine of its group City Gas Distribution (CGD) companies in 41 Geographical Areas (GAs) across 14 states.*
  • India has increased the ethanol blending in petrol from 1.53% in 2013-14 to 10.17% in July 2022.*
Recent Announcements

22nd February 2023: HRRL refinery complex in Barmer, Rajasthan will process 9 MMTPA of crude and produce more than 2.4 MT of petrochemicals and contribute INR 5150 cr to state exchequer: Sh. Hardeep Singh Puri

Read More


21st February 2023: HRRL refinery complex in Barmer, Rajasthan by HPCL to be operational by end of 2024: Sh. Hardeep Singh Puri.

Read More


17th February 2023: Oil India Limited commences the project for India's first exploratory oil well in Mahanadi Onshore Basin in Odisha under OALP.

Read More


9th February 2023: 175 GW of power generation capacity, 173459 ckt kms of transmission lines and 621176 MVA of transformation capacity has been added to India's power grid from 2014 till 31.12.2022.

Read More


8th February 2023: ONGC is in talks with global oil majors to infuse new innovative technologies for deep sea exploration efforts in the deepwaters of India.

Read More

  • Petroleum products, including diesel, gasoline, and naphtha, saw an export value of USD 94 bn in 2022, with the unit price increasing between 50-115% from 2021 due to high crude oil prices. *
  • The consumption of petroleum products and natural gas in the country, during 2021-22, was 204.23 MMT and 63.91 Bn Cubic Meter (BCM) respectively. *
  • Petroleum Refinery production (weight: 28.04 %) increased by 4.5 % in January 2023 over January 2022. Its cumulative index increased by 5.4 % during April to January, 2022-23 over the corresponding period of previous year. *https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1903070
  • Natural Gas production (weight: 6.88 %) increased by 5.3 % in January 2023 over January 2022. Its cumulative index increased by 1.4 % during April - January, 2022-23 over the corresponding period of previous year. *
  • Share of natural gas in primary energy mix has increased from 6.3% to 6.7% from 2020 to 2021. *
  • The Average Index of Industrial Production of Manufacturing of coke and refined petroleum products in the FY 2021-22 is 121.1 and has grown by 8.9 percent. 
  • The index of Industrial production of Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products (weight: 11.77 percent) values at 131.1, increased by 10.6 percent in April 2022 over April 2021 which was valued at 118.5. *
  • The number of CNG stations have crossed 4500 as compared to 900 CNG stations in 2014 and will be ramped up to 8000 in the next two years. *
  • The number of PNG connections have now crossed 95 lakhs as compared to about 24 lakhs in the year 2014. *
  • As on 31st May 2022, authorized CGD entities have provided about 3,43,256 PNG domestic connections and established 194 CNG stations in the state of Karnataka.*
  • 21,715 km Natural Gas Pipelines are operational and a total of 13,605 km length of pipelines is under various stages of construction. *
  • India increased the ethanol blending in petrol from 1.53% in 2013-14 to 10.17% in 2022 and advanced its target to achieve 20% ethanol blending in petrol from 2030 to 2025-26. *
Growth Drivers
  • Cabinet approves additional investment of USD 1,600 mn (about INR 12,000 crore) by Bharat PetroResources Ltd. (BPRL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) for development of BM-SEAL-11 Concession Project in Brazil.*
  • HPCL commences its first Cow dung to Compressed Biogas Project to utilize 100 Tons per day of dung to produce biogas, which can be utilized as automotive fuel.*
  • CGD entities authorized upto 11A round, have to provide 12.33 crore PNG connections and establish 17,700 CNG stations by 2030 including in rural and urban areas.*
  • The Natural Gas Grid (NCG) has promoted the usage of natural gas as a fuel/feedstock across the country to move towards a gas based economy. The development of additional 13500 km long gas pipeline is under way to complete the NGG. *
  • The Government of India has extensively boosted the expansion of City Gas Distribution (CGD) network coverage across the country to make natural gas available for the public. CGD networks ensure the supply of cleaner fuel (i.e. PNG) to households, Industrial & commercial units and transportation fuel (i.e. CNG) to vehicles. *
  • The Direct Benefit Transfer Kerosene (DBTK) Scheme has been launched to bring reforms and better subsidy management in allocation and distribution of Public Distribution System (PDS) - Superior Kerosene Oil (SKO) distribution system. * 
  • The Government is taking steps to enable the growth of the CGD sector in the country including allocating domestic natural gas to the CGD sector as a top priority under the no-cut category. *
  • Ujjwala 2.0 (Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana - PMUY) was launched by handing over LPG connections, at Mahoba UP with an objective to issue deposit-free LPG connections to one crore additional families. *
  • Oil India Limited (OIL) signed an Incubation Agreement with the Start-up Ohm Clean Tech Private Limited on yesterday for Design, Integration and Development of 9-M Hydrogen Fuel Cell powered e-Bus, and a Liquid Organic Hydrogen Carrier (LOHC) solution. *
  • Oil India Limited signed an MoU with Digboi Forest Division, Assam Forest Department for a project on Carbon Sequestration and Restoration of Degraded Forest Land in Upper Dihing Reserved Forest (west block) under Digboi Forest Division. *
  •  GAIL (India) Limited has awarded a contract to set up one of the largest Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) Electrolyser in India. The Project has been designed to produce around 4.3 Metric Tons of Hydrogen per day (approx. 10 MW capacity) with a purity of about 99.999 Volume %. It is scheduled to be commissioned by November 2023.  *
  • Government expands the horizon of Universal Service Obligation by including all Retail Outlets including Remote Area Ros. *
  • The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs has approved ‘Deregulation of Sale of Domestically Produced Crude Oil’, whereby Government has decided to cease allocation of crude oil and condensate w.e.f. 01.10.2022. This will ensure marketing freedom for all Exploration and Production (E&P) operators. *
  • The Government has now launched the OALPBid Round-VIII, offering 10 blocks,for International Competitive Bidding. Successful award ofRound-VIII Blocks would add a further 36,316 sq. km of Exploration Acreage and cumulative exploration acreage under OALP regime will be increased to 2,44,007 sq. km.*
  • 33,500 km Natural Gas Pipeline network has been authorized across the country.*
  • India's 4-plank energy security strategy is based on diversifying supplies, increasing E&P, alternate energy sources and energy transition through a gas-based economy, Green Hydrogen etc.*
  • The Govt. is also setting up five 2G ethanol biorefineries in the country at Panipat (Parali) in Haryana, Bathinda in Punjab, Bargarh (Parali) in Odisha, Numaligarh (Bamboo) in Assam and Devangere in Karnataka.*
  • Sagar Samrat will be able to operate in deep waters and is expected to add 6000 bbls/day of oil to India’s production in the coming days.*
FDI Policy
  • The government has allowed up to 100% Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) under the automatic route, in the following: *
    • Exploration activities of oil and natural gas fields,
    • Infrastructure related to marketing of petroleum products and natural gas,
    • Marketing of natural gas and petroleum products, petroleum products' pipelines, natural gas pipelines,
    • LNG regasification infrastructure, market study, formulation and petroleum refining in the private sector,
    • The policy of the government or private participation in the exploration of oil and the discovered fields of natural oil companies
  • 100% FDI under the automatic route for petroleum refiners and in those without any disinvestment or dilution of domestic equity in the existing PSUs at 49%. *
  • To promote the usage and distribution of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), the Government has put LNG imports under Open General Licensing (OGL) category and the establishment of LNG infrastructure, including LNG terminals, is also under 100% FDI (automatic route).*
  • The cumulative FDI equity inflow in the Petroleum and Natural Gas is USD 8.08 bn during the period April 2000 to December 2022. This constitutes almost 1.29 % of the total FDI inflow received across sectors. *

Read more about Foreign Direct Investment Policy in India >

Sector Policy

Pradhan Mantri JI-VAN Yojana*

  • The Government had notified the Pradhan Mantri JI-VAN Yojana for providing financial support to integrated bio-ethanol projects.

  • The total financial outlay for the scheme is INR 1969.50 crore for the period 2018-19 to 2023-24.

  • Under the PM JI-VAN Yojana, the maximum financial assistance of INR 150 crore per project for commercial projects and INR 15 crore per project for demonstration projects has been prescribed for improving commercial viability as well as promoting R&D for development and adoption of technologies in the field of production of 2G ethanol.

Hydrocarbon Exploration & Licensing Policy (HELP) *

  • The new Hydrocarbon Exploration & Licensing Policy (HELP) has replaced the previous policy regime for exploration and production of oil and gas, known as New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP). HELP provides a uniform licensing system to explore and produce all hydrocarbons such as oil, gas, coal bed methane, shale oil/gas, etc. under a single licensing framework.

Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP) *

  • The Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP) was notified in 2017 by the GoI as a part of the Hydrocarbon Exploration and Licensing Policy (HELP). Under OALP, potential investors/ companies can view the surface and sub-surface geological, geophysical and other technical data on the National Data Repository (NDR) and submit Expressions of Interest round the year.

National Data Repository (NDR) *

  • National Data Repository (NDR), a pre-requisite for making OALP operational is set up at the Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH) to make the entire Exploration and Production (E&P) data available for commercial exploration, research and development and academic purposes.

Discovered Small Field Policy *

  • With an aim to monetize hydrocarbon resources locked-in for years, the GoI approved the Discovered Small Field Policy. As an opportunity to increase domestic production of oil and gas, a total of 30 contracts for 43 discovered small fields were signed with 20 companies in March, 2017 under the first round of bidding. Under the second round, 59 discovered small fields/ unmonetized discoveries clubbed into 25 new contracts were offered for bidding in 2018.  These fields are estimated to have 194.65 MMT Oil and Oil equivalent gas.

National Policy on Biofuels 2018*

  • With a target of 20% blending of ethanol in petrol by 2030, the National Policy on Biofuels 2018 has been notified by the Government of India. The policy is expected to boost the Biofuel programme of the country and has also widened the scope of raw material for ethanol procurement. *
  • According to the National Policy on Biofuel 2018 envisages a target of 20% blending of ethanol in Petrol by 2030. 

Following benefits are expected out of the new policy: *

  • Reduce Import Dependency
  • Cleaner Environment
  • Health benefits
  • Municipal Solid Waste Management
  • Infrastructural Investment in Rural Areas
  • Employment Generation
  • Additional Income to Farmers

Amendments are done to the National Policy on Biofuels due to advancements in the field of Biofuels. These include 

  • To allow more feedstocks for production of biofuels,
  • To advance the ethanol blending target of 20% blending of ethanol in petrol to ESY 2025-26 from 2030,
  • To promote the production of biofuels in the country, under the Make in India program, by units located in Special Economic Zones (SEZ)/ Export Oriented Units (EoUs),
  • To add new members to the NBCC.
  • To grant permission for export of biofuels in specific cases, and
  • To delete/amend certain phrases in the Policy in line with decisions taken during the meetings of National Biofuel Coordination Committee.

Mission Purvodaya *

  • Mission Purvodaya emphasized harnessing the untapped potential of this region to fuel the next wave of national growth. This will drive Eastern India towards self-reliance and contribute in the making of an Aatmanirbhar Bharat. India is developing gas infrastructure including pipelines, LNG terminals and CGD network.

SATAT (Sustainable Alternative Towards Affordable Transportation) *

  • The target is to have 5000 compressed biogas plants of 15 MMT per year with an investment potential of USD 20 bn.
  • The SATAT scheme aims to set up Compressed Bio-Gas production plants and make CBG available in the market for use as a green fuel.' SATAT’, launched on 1.10.2018, envisages targeting production of 15 MMT of CBG from 5000 plants by 2023.


Explore Government policies/ schemes in the Oil and Gas sector >

Financial Support
  • Union Budget 2022-23: The total budgetary allocation for FY 2022-23 towards the   Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas is INR  8,939.86 cr.
  • The Oil Industry Development Board, established under the Oil Industry (Development) Act, 1974 provides financial including loans and grants for development of the Oil Industry in India. *
  • The National Policy on Biofuels 2018 indicates a viability gap funding scheme for 2G ethanol Bio refineries of INR 5000 crore in addition to tax incentives. *
  • The Government of India has approved policy framework to promote Enhanced Recovery (ER), Improved Recovery (IR) and Unconventional Hydrocarbon (UHC) production methods/ techniques for Oil and Gas. The framework provides fiscal incentives in the form of partial waiver of royalty and cess. *
  • To provide financial assistance to sugar mills for enhancement and augmentation of ethanol production capacity, the Department of Food & Public Distribution has introduced a Scheme which aims to infuse INR 1,332 crore via Interest Subvention route. *
  • The Ethanol Blended Petrol (EBP) programme is being implemented by the government through Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) under which OMCs sell ethanol blended petrol with percentage of ethanol up to 10%. To support this initiative, the government has reduced the GST rate from 18% to 5% on ethanol meant for EBP programme. *
Investment Opportunities
  • Under the Hydrocarbon Exploration & Licensing Policy (HELP), the exploration acreage has now reached to about 2,15,000 sq. km. after 4 successful bidding rounds of Open Acreage Licensing Programme (OALP). The future exploratory work commitment comprises of the following: *
    • 29,270 line km of 2D Seismic Survey
    • 43,272 square km of 3D Seismic Survey
    • 369 Exploratory Wells
    • 290 core analysis to establish Shale Resources

These commitments have a potential to generate an investment of about USD 2.35 Bn in exploratory work alone. *

  • Under the 2G Ethanol Programme, Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) are in the process of setting up 12 2G bio-refineries for production of ethanol with an investment of about USD 1.33 Bn. *
  • The Oil Industry Development Board provides financial and other assistance for development of Oil Industry in India. Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd. (ISRPL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Oil Industry Development Board (OIDB) has been mandated to build and operate strategic crude oil reserves. *
  • Under Phase I of Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) programme, the government (through ISRPL) has built SPR facilities with a total capacity of 5.33 MMT. For Phase II of the programme, Union Cabinet has already given “In Principle’ approval to establish 6.5 MMT Strategic Petroleum Reserves under PPP mode. *
  • Shale Gas and Oil Exploration has immense opportunities in India and is also promoted of the government. The resources can be found in number of sedimentary basins (Gangetic plain, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Andhra Pradesh and other coastal areas) in India, including the hydrocarbon bearing ones – Cambay, Assam-Arakan and Damodar. *
  • During the last 3 years, Indian companies have acquired strategic stakes in overseas assets in UAE, Oman, Israel and Russia. *

Explore projects to invest in Oil and Gas sector >

Sector Reports
  1. Energizing India's Progress ( Annual Report 2020) : Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
Foreign Investors
  • British Petroleum (UK)
  • Cairn Energy (India)
  • Shell (UK)
  • Niko Resources (Canada)
  • OILEX Limited (Australia)
  • Hardy Oil & Gas Plc. (UK)
  1. "Energizing India", Niti Aayog, https://niti.gov.in/writereaddata/files/Energising-India.pdf 
  2. “Energy Statistics 2020”, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, http://www.mospi.gov.in/sites/default/files/publication_reports/ES_2020_240420m.pdf 
  3. Annual Report 2018-19, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/AR_2018-19.pdf 
  4. “Energy Statistics 2020”, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, http://www.mospi.gov.in/sites/default/files/publication_reports/ES_2020_240420m.pdf
  5. Annual Report 2018-19, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/AR_2018-19.pdf
  6. Snapshot of India’s Oil & Gas data, Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell, https://www.ppac.gov.in/WriteReadData/Reports/202002190443145145160SnapshotofIndiasOil&Gasdata,January2020.pdf
  7. “Energy Statistics 2020”, Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, http://www.mospi.gov.in/sites/default/files/publication_reports/ES_2020_240420m.pdf
  8. Annual Report 2018-19, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/AR_2018-19.pdf
  9. Annual Report 2018-19, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/AR_2018-19.pdf
  10. Consolidated FDI Policy, https://invest-india-revamp-static-files.s3.ap-south-1.amazonaws.com/2020-04/FDI%20Policy%202019%20revised_19%20April%202020.pdf
  11. Annual Report 2018-19, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/AR_2018-19.pdf
  12. Cabinet approves National Policy on Biofuels – 2018, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, PIB, https://pib.gov.in/Pressreleaseshare.aspx?PRID=1532265
  13. Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Annual Report 2018-19, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/AR_2018-19.pdf
  14. “Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas signs Contracts for 7 Blocks Awarded under Open Acreage Licensing Programme (OALP) Bid Round – IV”, PIB, https://pib.gov.in/PressReleseDetailm.aspx?PRID=1598294
  15. Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Annual Report 2018-19, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/AR_2018-19.pdf
  16. Year End Review - 2019 of Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, PIB, https://pib.gov.in/PressReleseDetail.aspx?PRID=1596830 
  17. Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Annual Report 2018-19, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/AR_2018-19.pdf
  18. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1673979
  19. Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Monthly Summary http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/monsumm_oct20.pdf
  20. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1677636
  21. PIB Release, https://pib.gov.in/PressReleseDetail.aspx?PRID=1685110
  22. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1682468
  23. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1685110
  24. Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Monthly Summary, http://petroleum.nic.in/sites/default/files/summrepdec2020.pdf
  25. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1690790
  26. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1703234
  27. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1704803
  28. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1705113
  29. PIB Release, https://www.pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1705401
  30. FDI Factsheet from DPIIT for April 2000 and December 2021, https://dpiit.gov.in/sites/default/files/FDI%20Factsheet%20December%2C%202021.pdf

Have a Query? Connect to us