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Response on behalf of Bonani Kakkar to the progress report dated October 31, 2020 submitted by the Committee constituted by the National Green Tribunal. The matter related to blowout at well No. 5 in OIL India's Baghjan field, Assam in June 2020.  

Progress report (II) of the Committee of Experts constituted by the National Green Tribunal (NGT) headed by Justice Brojendra Prasad Katakey dated December 10, 2020.

Progress report (Volume II) of the Committee of Experts constituted by the National Green Tribunal headed by Justice Brojendra Prasad Katakey, to look into the issues concerning Well Baghjan-5 in Tinsukia district, Assam.

Progress report (Volume 1) of the Committee of Experts constituted by the National Green Tribunal headed by Justice Brojendra Prasad Katakey, to look into the issues concerning Well Baghjan-5 in Tinsukia district, Assam.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Mridu Paban Phukon & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 17/09/2020. This Appeal seeks to assail Environmental Clearance (EC) April 9, 2020 granted by the MoEF&CC in favour of M/s. Oil India Ltd. (OIL) for the proposed onshore oil & gas development drilling and production in Mechaki area covering Mechaki, Mechaki Extension, Baghjan and Tinsukia Extension PMLs in district Tinsukia, Assam by OIL.

Preliminary affidavit on behalf of Oil India Limited in the matter of Bonani Kakkar Vs Oil India Limited & Others dated 27/07/2020.

The matter related to blowout at well No. 5 in OIL India's Baghjan field, Assam in June 2020. After the incident of blowout, several bunds were constructed around the area of the blowout to arrest the spilled oil flowing to the nearby water bodies. The oil arrested inside the bundhs were picked up by manual efforts in drums and transferred to EPS-Baghjan. Turbo pumps driven by water jets were also used for lifting spilled oil.

To deflate the carbon bubble and protect investors, oil & gas companies must shrink. The world’s listed oil and gas majors must cut combined production by more than a third by 2040 to keep emissions within international climate targets and protect shareholder value.

Oil India Ltd has commissioned a 52.5-MW commercial wind energy project developed partly in Gujarat and partly in Madhya Pradesh.

In a unique gesture, the Duliajan-headquartered Oil India Limited today sent out a green message by presenting neem saplings instead of the customary bouquets to dignitaries at a function that the

The MoU for the 2,700 Mw plant was signed with the state during the Global Investors Summit

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