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NRL to export petro products to Bangladesh

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GUWAHATI, April 22 � The Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL) and the Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on export of petroleum and other lubricants (POL) from the NRL�s Siliguri Marketing Terminal, according to an NRL press release here.

The MoU provides for export of petroleum products�from NRL�s Marketing Terminal in Siliguri, West Bengal to Bangladesh Petroleum�s depot at Parbatipur, through the proposed Indo-Bangla Friendship Pipeline with a length of 130 km and capacity of 1 MMTPA.

The pipeline will be implemented through a joint venture company (JVC) formed by the NRL and the Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation.

The agreement was signed by General Manager (Marketing and Business Development) NRL, Bruno Ekka and General Manager (Planning and Development) BPC, Mustafa Qudrat-I-Elahi, the release further added.

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NRL to export petro products to Bangladesh

GUWAHATI, April 22 � The Numaligarh Refinery Ltd (NRL) and the Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on export of petroleum and other lubricants (POL) from the NRL�s Siliguri Marketing Terminal, according to an NRL press release here.

The MoU provides for export of petroleum products�from NRL�s Marketing Terminal in Siliguri, West Bengal to Bangladesh Petroleum�s depot at Parbatipur, through the proposed Indo-Bangla Friendship Pipeline with a length of 130 km and capacity of 1 MMTPA.

The pipeline will be implemented through a joint venture company (JVC) formed by the NRL and the Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation.

The agreement was signed by General Manager (Marketing and Business Development) NRL, Bruno Ekka and General Manager (Planning and Development) BPC, Mustafa Qudrat-I-Elahi, the release further added.