Bharat Refineries Ltd (BRL): Work on the refinery at Bina, notwithstanding, started just in 2006. The venture, at first imagined as an equivalent organization amongst BPCL and the Oman Oil Company, nonetheless, confronted huge postponements by virtue of ecological clearances and poor framework and experienced extreme cost overwhelms that saw its cost of foundation expanding from a planned 6,300 crore to 91 billion. Following these deferrals and cost invades; the Omani organization at first dropped out of the venture however in this way chose to be a minority partner in the task holding 26% value. The refinery which was to have been authorized in 2009 was at last introduced in May 2011 by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. One percent of the plant’s value is held by the Government of Madhya Pradesh.
The refinery is relied upon to make 5,000 employment and lift impose incomes for the state government. The Bina refinery utilizes a solitary point mooring framework at Vadinar in Gujarat to encourage the emptying of imported raw petroleum from expansive unrefined transporters. The unrefined is transported through a 935-km long pipeline from Vadinar to Bina. The BORL refinery has a current introduced limit of handling 6 million tons of raw petroleum per annum 120,000 barrels for each day.