BPCL has started supply of 100 metric tonnes (MT) of medical grade Oxygen at no cost
As per plan, the oil PSU will be supplying around 100 metric tonnes per month
New Delhi/Mumbai: PSUs once again show they are the flagbearers when it comes to executing corporate social responsibility in India. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) has started supply of 100 metric tonnes (MT) of medical grade Oxygen at no cost, to various hospitals in view of the shortage of the same for critical patients of COVID-19. The company will be supplying around 100 metric tonnes per month. With average daily cases of COVID-19 rising again since the last month, the demand for oxygen has significantly risen. In fact, in most parts of the country, the cases are hitting new peak, thereby disrupting the demand-supply scenario for medical oxygen.
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL)
Disinvestment-bound Fortune Global 500 Company, Bharat Petroleum is the second-largest Indian Oil Marketing Company and one of the premier integrated energy companies in India, engaged in refining of crude oil and marketing of petroleum products, with a significant presence in the upstream and downstream sectors of the oil and gas industry. The company attained the coveted Maharatna status, joining the elite club of companies having greater operational & financial autonomy.
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