During the April-June period, HPCL
achieved domestic sales volume of 7.24 million tonnes (mt), against 9.82 mt in the previous year for the same period, representing degrowth of 25.8 per cent, against degrowth of 29.2 per cent for state-run oil marketing companies.
During the quarter, sales of domestic packed liquefied petroleum gas increased 24.7 per cent. On the other hand, petrol and diesel reduced by 37 per cent and 32.4 per cent, respectively, compared to the same period last year.
The refineries at Mumbai and Visakh processed 3.97 mt of crude during April-June, against 3.92 mt during April-June 2019. HPCL
refineries registered a capacity utilisation of 101 per cent during the period.
The pipeline throughput for the period of April-June was 3.54 mt. Sales of petroleum products in May were 77 per cent, compared to May 2019, and sales in June were about 91 per cent, compared to June 2019.