Use of natural gas as a source of energy has its history after the discovery of Haripur Gas Field in 1955 and Chatak Gas Field in 1959. Production in Haripur gas field started in 1961 and in Chatak gas field it was started in 1960. Production from Haripur gas field was supplied to Natural Gas Fertilizer Factory at Fenchuganj by 28 miles and 8” DN pipeline and production from Chatak READ MORE..
Summit Power Limited (SPL), is the first Independent Power Producing company in Bangladesh providing power to the national grid. SPL is a company sponsored by Summit Group and was incorporated in March 1997 as a private limited company and converted itself to Public Limited Company in June 2004. SPL listed its share on CSE and DSE in 2005. Summit Power Limited (SPL) was formed with three major objectives To provide READ MORE..
Padma Oil Company Limited is the oldest company in the petroleum business in Bangladesh. It was incorporated as “Burmah Eastern Limited” in 1965 and later renamed to “Padma Oil Company Limited” in 1988. Today it is a subsidiary of Bangladesh Petroleum Company Limited. Before Burmah Eastern Limited, it was known as Rangoon Oil Company. Today it is a well known public limited company listed in both DSE and CSE. Its READ MORE..
MJL Bangladesh Limited also known as MJLBD in its short form is a joint venture company of Jamuna Oil Company and EC Securities Limited. Previously, it was known as Mobil Jamuna Lubricants Limited. After the entry of Mobil Corporation in 1998, blending of world class lubricants started in the country. It started its commercial operation in 1999 and got listed in DSE and CSE in 2011. MJL Bangladesh Ltd has READ MORE..
Linde Bangladesh is a pioneer company in industrial gases and has history of 50 years of existence in various businesses in Bangladesh. It is member of Linde Group and all its products have become the part of life in Bangladesh. Linde Bangladesh today is considered to be a leading multinational company in the gas business. Linde Bangladesh’s vision is very clear. It wants to be considered as a leading company READ MORE..
During Independence of Bangladesh in 1971, the government of Bangladesh renamed the PNOL (Pakistan National Oil Limited) to Bangladesh National Oil Limited and later government renamed it to Jamuna Oil Company Limited (also known as “JOCL” as its short form). It registered itself as a private limited company in 1975. Since 1977, it is functioning as a fully owned subsidiary of Bangladesh Petroleum Company Ltd. During 1986, Jamuna Oil acquired READ MORE..