Public Sector Oil Companies Spent Rs. 383.74 Crore During 2011-12 on Corporate Social Responsibility Scheme

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NEW DELHI: With a view of fulfill their socio economic obligation, the Public Sector Oil Companies spent approximately Rs 367.57 crore in carrying out various activities under the CSR Scheme during the financial year 2011-12.

ONGC spent the highest amount of Rs. 121.08 crore, followed by IOCL with Rs. 82.73 crore. Oil PSUs wise expenditure is given in the following table:

 S.No Name of the PSU Expenditure made during 2011-12
1. ONGC 121.08
2. OIL 50.19
3. IOCL 82.73
4. HPCL 26.54
5. BPCL 7.76
6. GAIL 70.6
7. CPCL 3.73
8. MRPL 3.26
9. NRL 5.86
10. Balmer Lawrie & Co Ltd 2.57
11. EIL 9.42
  Total 383.74





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