Reliance Industries Ltd has informed BSE regarding "Reliance Outbids International Oil & Gas Majors : To Bag Two Blocks In Myanmar - Hindi transcript of Video Recording and the English Translation thereof".
Friday, 28 March 2014
Thursday, 27 March 2014
Reliance Industries today said that it has shutdown its one out of three Para Xylene units at Jamnagar for planned maintenance. “This shut down will also be utilized to improve reliability and performance of the unit. The other two Para Xylene units will continue to operate normally,” the company said in the filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange. The total capacity of producing Para Xylene is 1.8 million MT per annum at Jamnagar.
Mukesh Ambani-owned Reliance Industries on Wednesday announced it has been selected by the Ministry of Energy (MOE) of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar for two offshore blocks (M17 and M18) in Myanmar Offshore Block Bidding Round – 2013.
“Both the blocks are located offshore in the Moattama basin of Myanmar in water depths upto 3000 ft and together encompass an area of 27,600 sq. kms,” RIL said in a press release.
The 2013 Offshore Blocks Bidding Round saw participation from global E&P players. In all 36 companies submitted 64 proposals for the 30 offshore blocks on offer. RIL had submitted proposals for three offshore blocks.
As per the process, RIL or its affiliates will enter into Production Sharing Contracts (PSC) for the aforementioned offshore blocks. The PSC allows for an initial preparation and study periods before committing into Phase 1 of Exploration period.
Reliance Industries Ltd has submitted to BSE a copy of Press Release dated March 26, 2014 titled "Planned Maintenance of Para Xylene Units at Jamnagar Complex.
Wednesday, 26 March 2014
Reliance Industries Ltd has submitted to BSE a copy of Press Release dated March 26, 2014 titled "Reliance selected for exploration of two (2) offshore blocks in Myanmar"