No impact on output at BPCL Kochi refinery

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After being flooded for almost a fortnight, Kerala is slowly crawling back to normal life as flood water has started to recede. Reports suggest that petrol pump stations have seen spurt in vehicles coming for refill.

via Industry-The Economic Times

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