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Assam: KAAC to sign MoU with OIL today

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Diphu, November 9: Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) and the Oil India Limited have finalised to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Tuesday, before the prospective excavation of oil starts in and around Diphu, headquarter town of Karbi Anglong Autonomous district.

The long-awaited excavation of oil and natural gas in Karbi Anglong (Arakan basin) was supposed to be taken on by the government owned Oil India Limited shortly after the formal discussion with the local authorities. OIL was almost certain about the presence of a huge deposit of hydrocarbon in a vastly spared area of this district, and the issue was pushed forward meticulously.

The official confirmation came on February 5, 2016 when a team of Duliajan based Oil India officials met officials of KAAC and the district administration after two days meeting since their arrival on Feb 4 2016 agreed on principle to go ahead with the OIL's proposal.

It all came out in public domain in 2016. The petroliferous locations identified by the survey team in the eastern part of Diphu are Dilaji, Doldoli, Dhansiri, Rongapahar and Maisibailam areas of Assam-Arakan basin, which is at the fringe of Diphu town, the official headquarter of this sixth scheduled autonomous district.

The autonomous Council and the district administration assured the OIL authority to provide full support in the hydrocarbon extraction process as the drilling operations will subsequently lend a hand to boost the socio-economic condition of the district as a whole.

The petroliferous locations identified by surveys in the eastern part of Diphu are Dilaji, Doldoli, Dhansiri, Rongapahar and Maisibailam areas of Assam-Arakan basin on the Naga-Schuppen belt.

The political clique of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council and the district administration assured to provide full support in the hydrocarbon extraction process as the drilling operations and now the Memorandum of Understanding; it is expected that the drilling in association with Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council will consequently help to boost the socio-economic condition of the district as a whole.

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Assam: KAAC to sign MoU with OIL today

Diphu, November 9: Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) and the Oil India Limited have finalised to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Tuesday, before the prospective excavation of oil starts in and around Diphu, headquarter town of Karbi Anglong Autonomous district.

The long-awaited excavation of oil and natural gas in Karbi Anglong (Arakan basin) was supposed to be taken on by the government owned Oil India Limited shortly after the formal discussion with the local authorities. OIL was almost certain about the presence of a huge deposit of hydrocarbon in a vastly spared area of this district, and the issue was pushed forward meticulously.

The official confirmation came on February 5, 2016 when a team of Duliajan based Oil India officials met officials of KAAC and the district administration after two days meeting since their arrival on Feb 4 2016 agreed on principle to go ahead with the OIL's proposal.

It all came out in public domain in 2016. The petroliferous locations identified by the survey team in the eastern part of Diphu are Dilaji, Doldoli, Dhansiri, Rongapahar and Maisibailam areas of Assam-Arakan basin, which is at the fringe of Diphu town, the official headquarter of this sixth scheduled autonomous district.

The autonomous Council and the district administration assured the OIL authority to provide full support in the hydrocarbon extraction process as the drilling operations will subsequently lend a hand to boost the socio-economic condition of the district as a whole.

The petroliferous locations identified by surveys in the eastern part of Diphu are Dilaji, Doldoli, Dhansiri, Rongapahar and Maisibailam areas of Assam-Arakan basin on the Naga-Schuppen belt.

The political clique of Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council and the district administration assured to provide full support in the hydrocarbon extraction process as the drilling operations and now the Memorandum of Understanding; it is expected that the drilling in association with Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council will consequently help to boost the socio-economic condition of the district as a whole.

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