Storage capacity of petrol, HSD increases by 57.1%


Cognizant of the country’s ever-growing energy needs, the government has collectively enhanced the storage capacity of petrol and high speed diesel (HSD) by 57.1 percent during a two-year period.

The storage capacity of petrol and HSD has been increased 38.7 per cent and HSD by 18.4 per cent to reinforce existing deposits and ensure uninterrupted supply of petroleum products across the country.

“During FY 2018-19 and 2019-20, the storage capacity for MS and HSD have been enhanced from 0.49 million MT to 0.68 million MT and 1.222 million MT to 1.447 million MT respectively to meet the enhanced demand of petroleum products,” according to an official document available with APP.

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