Indian oil and gas firm opts for desalination

April 26, 2016

Indian gas and oil firm ONGC has opted to build its own Rs 439 crore (US$ 66 million) reverse osmosis desalination facility as it faces uncertainty over provision from the local water supplier according to Times of India.

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