BPCL plans to set apart Rs 20,000 crore to enhance capacity of Kochi Refinery and to set up a petrochemical complex

PSU Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) plans to set apart Rs 20,000 crore to further enhance capacity of Kochi Refinery (KRL) to 15.5 mln tpa at Ambalamugal and for setting up a petrochemical complex. Talks are underway with the state government. Capacity expansion and modernisation project Phase II of the project at a total cost of Rs 4,000 crore is one of the largest capital investments in Kerala. A Rs 4,000 crore expanded capacity and modernised facilities of the BPCL-KRL refinery has been unveiled. With the project's completion, the refining capacity has been enhanced to 9.5 mln tpa from 7.5 mln tpa.
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