Directory: Petroleum Conservation Research Association(PCRA)


Petroleum Conservation Research Association(PCRA),on behalf of Govt. of India,Ministry of Petroleum Natural Gas,has been working for the development and deployment of strategies for energy conservation and environment protection in the major sectors of economy i.e.Industry,Agriculture,Transport,Domestic & Commercial. The Oil crisis of the 1970s brought into sharp focus the need for conservation of petroleum products due to the enormous hike in the country's import bill.The Govt. in response, set up Petroleum Conservation Action Group(PCAG), which was subsequently reconstituted to Petroleum Conservation Research Association(PCRA) in 1978. Over the years new developments have shaped and given thrust to PCRA's programs and activities

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CONTACT DETAILSName of organization:
Petroleum Conservation Research Association(PCRA)
Street Address:
Sanrakshan Bhavan,10,Bhikaji Cama Place,New Delhi-110066
Phone number:
011-26198856 extn 361
New delhi

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