Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Hardeep Singh Puri inaugurated the plants through a virtual programme on Thursday in the presence of Union Minister of State Rameswar Teli
It may be recalled that due to huge numbers of railway employees getting affected during the peak of the COVID outbreak, the 50-bed hospital had an acute shortage of medical oxygen
The Medical Oxygen Production Promotion Policy of Delhi helps the government in setting up oxygen plants to avoid any future crisis.
Irani, on a two-day visit to her parliamentary constituency in Uttar Pradesh, inspected a trauma centre in Jagdishpur.
Aiming to boost Delhi’s medical oxygen production and storage facilities, the city government on Thursday floated tender inviting proposals from manufacturers.
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The deployment of the Indian naval vessel for the delivery of oxygen was in response to a personal request for assistance by Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa.
This is to ensure time-bound fulfilment of targets by incentivising investment in the production or storage infrastructure for medical oxygen, including setting up of liquid 02 manufacturing units.
Though the present situation is better, but a similar crisis may reoccur in future and it is needed to be better equipped to manage such a situation in future, reads the notification.
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The enhanced production of Liquid Medical Oxygen by steel players led to the reduced availability of gaseous Oxygen for steel production during the period April-June, 2021.
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The total project cost is around Rs 75 lakh including compressor, pipelines, testing equipment and other items
This will be the first time that the life-saving gas is destined for delievery outside the country.
The initial requirement of oxygen in April was 4,362 metric tonnes, which doubled with 8,986 metric tonnes getting supplied in May.