Other oil companies, including Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, are expected to follow IOC's step as the three public sector companies charge more or less the same price.
What does HPC stand for?
HPC stands for Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (India)
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- High Powered Inter-Ministerial Committee (India)
- High Pressure Cell
- High Pressure Compressor
- High Pressure Cylinder
- High Probability of Completion (telecommunications)
- High Pulse Command
- High-Power Characterization
- High-Productivity Computing
- Higher-Order Path Connection
- Highland Presbyterian Church (various locations)
- HIP (History In your Pocket) Pocket Change (US Mint children's coin collecting website)
- Hiroshima Peacebuilders Center (Hiroshima, Japan)
- Historic Peace Church
- Historic Properties Commission (various locations)
- Historical Preservation Committee
- History of Present Condition
- Hold Space Pressure Control
- Hollywood Presbyterian Church (Hollywood, CA)
- Home and Personal Care
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Several Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs), namely, Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOC), Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) have stated that 90 percent of cylinders will be sold at subsidized rates annually resulting in only 10 percent of cylinders to be sold at market prices at the current cap level of nine.
ONGC continues as operator of the block with a 34 per cent participating interest in consortium with present partners GAIL (India) Ltd (10 per cent), Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd (10 per cent), Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (10 per cent) and Oil India Ltd (10 per cent).
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation (HPCL) will make payments next once the test payments are successful.
India's Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) will ask Saudi Arabia for extra crude in August, a source at the state-run refiner said following others in the energy-hungry Asian giant who have grasped the Opec member's offer to boost supply.
The joint venture parties in the WA-388-P permit currently comprise: Joint Venture Party Participating Interest Oilex Ltd (Operator) 14% Sasol Petroleum Australia Ltd 30% Videocon Industries Ltd 14% Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd 14% Bharat PetroResources Limited 14% Hindustan Petroleum Corporation.
The other government nominees eligible to receive the Cairn crude besides MRPL are Indian Oil Corporation and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.
announced today that it received a contract from Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL) to provide project management consultancy services for a diesel hydrotreater (DHDT) project at HPCL's refining complex in Mumbai, India.