Mangaluru: First parcel of MRPL Naptha to OPaL flagged off


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Mangaluru, Sep 28: The first parcel of MRPL Naptha to OPaL was flagged off by Subhash Kumar CMD-ONGC through a virtual platform on Tueday September 28. This initiative was a step in building synergy between MRPL (Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd) andOPaL (ONGC Petro-additions Limited) for greater mutual benefit. As much as 35 TMT OF MRPL Naptha will be supplied to OPaL through ship Super Ruby as part of this activity.

GGM - marketing H C Sathyanarayanagavea briefing about the event. MD MRPL, M Venkatesh addressed and informed about the potential for Future Synergy between MRPL and OPaL. MD OPaL Avinash Kumar Verma expressed that this would be the first step in the long journey of cooperation between the two organisations. On behalf of CMD ONGC Subhash Kumar, MD MRPL virtually flagged off the first parcel of MRPL Naptha to OPaL.

CMD ONGC enlightened about the emergence of ONGC as the second largest refiner in India and tremendous potential for synergy among the group of companies in the coming days and congratulated both MRPL and OMPL for the first step in this direction.

CGM Marketing D N Soral gave the vote of thanks. GM CC Dr Rudolph Noronha compeered.

Sanjay Verma, director Refinery MRPL, Rajeev Kushwa ITS, CVO MRPL, M Elango ED Refinery and Shyam Kamath GGM (TS) were present from MRPL. Top officials of ONGC and OPAL joined the event through the virtual platform.

 

 

 

 

  

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