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IndianOil Contributes to Assam CM’s Relief Fund

In tune with the corporate culture of serving and caring for the nation, IndianOil and its employees have always lent a helping hand in relief and rehabilitation of people in distress. To alleviate the sufferings of the flood affected people of Assam, IndianOil people met the chief minister of Assam on 6 September  and contributed a sum of Rs 97.88 Lakhs towards the CM’s Relief Fund.

IndianOil employees from various divisions, units and offices across North East, like Assam Oil Division(AOD), Bongaigaon Refinery (BGR), Guwahati Refinery(GR), Guwahati-Siliguri Pipeline(GSPL) and North East Integrated State Office (NEISO), joined hands towards this noble cause in an expression of solidarity with the people of Assam ravaged by nature’s fury.

The contributed amount was handed over by A Saran, executive director, Bongaigaon Refinery, Barun Barpujari, executive director, IOCL (AOD), Digboi,  B P Das, executive director, Guwahati Refinery, Priobhash Dey, general manager, IOCL Marketing Division(NEISO), D Das,deputy general manager, Guwahati-Siliguri Pipelines ,  and the Collectives of all the Units and Offices of IndianOil Refineries, Marketing and Pipelines  across North East.

 The Oil major  which has significant presence in the petroleum Refining, Marketing and Pipeline transportation in  the North East, has been contributing  significantly to the state’s revenue generation.
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