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A general view of a Jio-bp petrol station, an Indian fuel and mobility joint venture between Reliance Industries (RIL) and British Petroleum (BP), in Navi Mumbai, India. (REUTERS)
A general view of a Jio-bp petrol station, an Indian fuel and mobility joint venture between Reliance Industries (RIL) and British Petroleum (BP), in Navi Mumbai, India. (REUTERS)

BP-Reliance JV starts selling multiple fuels in India, offers EV charging infra

  • Reliance BP Mobility Ltd opened its first multiple fuel station under the Jio-BP brand in Navi Mumbai.

  • In the coming months, the companies plans to rebrand the 1,400 stations that belonged to Reliance before the joint venture was formed in 2019.

The retail fuel joint venture of Reliance Industries Ltd and BP has started selling multiple fuels including services for charging and battery swapping for electric vehicles in India, it said in a statement on Tuesday.

India, the world's third biggest carbon emitter, is offering incentives to motorists as it seeks to speed up the adoption of electric vehicles in the country.

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Reliance BP Mobility Ltd opened its first station under the Jio-BP brand at Navi Mumbai, and in the coming months plans to rebrand the 1,400 stations that belonged to Reliance before the joint venture was formed in 2019, it said.

BP Chief Executive Bernard Loony last week said the plan is raise the number of fuel stations to 5,500 by 2025.

BP has 49% stake in the joint venture while Reliance, operator of the world's biggest refining complex, holds the remainder.

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The joint venture said India's demand for fuel and mobility is expected to grow rapidly over the next two decades.

"Jio-BP Mobility Stations are designed to help meet this growing demand ... They bring together a range of services for consumers on the move - including additivised fuels, EV charging, refreshments and food, and plan to offer more low carbon solutions over time," it said.

This story has been published from a wire agency feed without modifications to the text. Only the headline has been changed.

  • First Published Date : 26 Oct 2021, 05:21 PM IST

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