Petroleum products may be delivered home soon: Oil ministry
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New Delhi: India is considering a plan for home delivery of petroleum products to consumers if they make a pre-booking, to cut long queues at fuel stations, the oil ministry tweeted on Friday.
About 350 million people come to fuel stations every day, it said. Annually, Rs25 billion ($387.00 million) worth of transactions takes place at fuel stations.
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