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Petrochemicals Investors Conclave to be held in Bhubaneswar on Nov 16

Bhubaneswar: Indian Oil Corporation, under the aegis of Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, will hold Petrochemicals Investors Conclave at Mayfair Convention Centre, Bhubaneswar on November 16, 2017.

The theme of the Conclave is 'Purvodaya- The Dawn of New Investment Opportunities in Eastern India.'

It was intimated at a press meet addressed by Pritish Bharat, CGM, Indian Oil office in Odisha, Sujoy Choudhury, Petrochemical Marketing and GS Singh, ED, Paradip Refinery today.

Union Minister for Chemicals & Fertilizers Ananth Kumar and Union Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Dharmendra Pradhan, have been invited as the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour respectively.

Senior officials of the Ministries of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Chemicals & Fertilisers; CEOs of Oil & Gas sector companies, and other dignitaries, will be participating in the event. Ministers and senior officials of Government of Odisha have also been invited to the Conclave.

The Conclave aims to highlight the emerging investment opportunities in the petrochemicals sector in Eastern India and help catalyse investments in the downstream Plastic Parks and Textile Parks proposed to be developed in Eastern India.

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