Reliance BP distributed a total of 811.07 kiloliters (KL) of fuel under this scheme to 21,080 emergency vehicles in May 2021, worth Rs 7.30 crore.
Reliance BP Mobility Limited has deployed a Mobile Fuel Bowser in Mumbai to supply free fuel for ambulances engaged in COVID-19 service. Reliance BP Mobility Limited is a joint venture between Reliance Industries Limited and British Petroleum (BP) for retail fuel sales. The company, in collaboration with the Reliance Foundation, had launched an initiative in March last year to provide free fuel for COVID emergency service vehicles across the country.
Reliance BP Mobility Limited said in a statement, ‘The company’s fuel stations in Mumbai are located outside the city limits, so as part of the cooperation efforts for the ambulances deployed in the COVID service in the city and to bring it under the purview of the plan. flagged off a Mobile Fuel Bowser on Tuesday which will be stationed at MCGM Worli Transport Garage.
A total of 811.07 kiloliters (KL) of fuel was distributed for 21,080 emergency vehicles in May 2021 under this scheme across India, worth Rs 7.30 crore. The company said, ‘This initiative will run till June 30, which can be extended further. Under this, 50-60 KL of fuel is expected to be distributed every day.
This facility of Reliance is available at 1,421 retail fuel outlets of the company across the country. In this, benefits are being given to ambulances of government and private hospitals, vehicles supplying medical oxygen, vehicles on emergency duty by the CMO. Vehicles that want no-charge fuel will have to give an authorization letter from the district administration, health or police and the company has followed all the safety rules for mobile fuel browsers. Let us know that ‘Jio-bp’ is available in 21 states and the company is planning to increase its network to 5500 in the next five years. In this, there is a plan to provide this facility at 45 airports as well.
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