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Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd (CHPC.NS)

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Wed, Jan 2 2019

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Indian Oil says Iran may still invest in Chennai Petroleum expansion

NEW DELHI India's biggest refiner Indian Oil Corp Ltd said on Wednesday that Iran may still invest in a refinery expansion project at one of its subsidiaries.

UPDATE 1-Indian Oil says Iran may still invest in Chennai Petroleum expansion

NEW DELHI, Jan 2 India's biggest refiner Indian Oil Corp Ltd said on Wednesday that Iran may still invest in a refinery expansion project at one of its subsidiaries.

Indian Oil says Iran has not ruled out participating in Chennai Petroleum expansion

NEW DELHI, Jan 2 India's biggest refiner Indian Oil Corp Ltd said on Wednesday that Iran has not ruled out participating in a refinery expansion project at an Indian Oil subsidiary.

BUZZ-India's Chennai Petroleum drops as expenses hurt Q2 profit

** Shares of state-run Chennai Petroleum Corp Ltd drop as much as 6.75 pct to 245.15 rupees, mark biggest intraday pct loss in more than three weeks

Chennai Petroleum shuts crude unit at Manali refinery for 30 days

NEW DELHI India's Chennai Petroleum Corp Ltd has shut a 74,000 barrel per day (bpd) crude unit at its 210,000 bpd Manali refinery in Tamil Nadu from Oct. 6 for about month for planned maintenance, the company has said.

Indian oil refiner part-owned by Iranian company cancels Iran oil imports

NEW DELHI India's Chennai Petroleum will stop processing Iranian crude oil from October to keep its insurance coverage once new sanctions by the United States against Iran go into effect, three sources familiar with the issue said.

Indian oil refiner part-owned by Iranian company cancels Iran oil imports

NEW DELHI, Sept 20 India's Chennai Petroleum will stop processing Iranian crude oil from October to keep its insurance coverage once new sanctions by the United States against Iran go into effect, three sources familiar with the issue said.

Indian Oil sees no impact from U.S. sanctions on refinery JV investment with Iran

NEW DELHI Indian Oil Corp.'s planned $5.10 billion expansion of its unit Chennai Petroleum, partly owned by Iran, is not expected to be hit by U.S. sanctions against Tehran, Chairman Sanjiv Singh said on Monday.

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