Saturday, March 04, 2006

IOC group wins Bangalore airport bid

Mumbai: A consortium led by Indian Oil Corporation has pipped ONGC-Total, BPCL-Shell, HPCL-Chevron and Reliance-Bechtel to bag the contract for setting up the aviation fuel supply infrastructure project at the new international airport coming up in Bangalore.
The deal was formalised here on Thursday with Bangalore International Airport Ltd (BIAL) that selected the IndianOil-led consortium as partner for the new airport's aviation fuel facility. The other partners in the winning consortium are Indian Oiltanking (a 50:50 joint venture between IndianOil and the Hamburg-based Marquard & Bahls) and Skytanking Holding, Germany, a company that operates aviation fuel facilities worldwide, especially in Europe and the US.
02/03/06 Hindu Business Line
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