Online draw for new LPG distributorship introduced

The online draw for selection of 26 new distributorships was recently conducted in Punjab

GN Bureau | October 31, 2017


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 Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs) – Indian oil corporation ltd (IOCL), Hindustan petroleum corporation limited (HPCL) and Bharat petroleum corporation limited (BPCL) have decided to open over 6,000 new LPG distributorships, primarily in rural areas.

 
The move has been taken to expand the LPG network and strengthen LPG supply chain throughout the country.
 
For the first time, OMCs are going to introduce online receipt of application, processing and online draw. This initiative of the ministry is part of promoting digital India movement and to bring more transparency and accountability in the selection process. The online draw for selection of 26 new distributorships was successfully conducted in Punjab and 26 applicants were selected out of 609 contenders.
 
In ensuing days, the online draw will also be conducted for selection of new distributorship in the remaining states across the country.
 

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