Adnoc Partners With Hindustan Petroleum To Expand Lubricants Business


The largest fuel and convenience retailer in the UAE, Adnoc Distribution, has a deal with the top fuel retailer in India, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, to look at ways to grow their lubricants and related products businesses in the UAE, India, and other possible markets.

As per the organizations, the agreement creates a framework for both businesses to promote "mutually beneficial cross-border business synergies" while utilizing existing infrastructure and local market competencies.

Both petroleum merchants are making the move in an effort to increase the effectiveness of their international lubricant operations, including the availability of and access to vital logistical and marketing support services.

“This agreement demonstrates our strategic approach to collaborating with leading partners worldwide,” said Bader Al Lamki, chief executive of Adnoc Distribution.

“With HPCL’s robust performance record spanning over a century, we aim to establish a strong presence in India, one of the world’s largest and rapidly growing markets.

“Today’s announcement marks another significant milestone in Adnoc Distribution’s international expansion journey as we strive to enhance our position in key lubricant markets worldwide.”

The state-owned oil corporation of the United Arab Emirates is called the Abu Dhabi National Oil corporation, or ADNOC.By production, it is the twelfth-largest oil firm in the world. The business will boost its oil production capacity to 5 million bpd by 2030 from its current capacity of about 4 million bpd as of 2021. It is the biggest oil firm in the United Arab Emirates.

During the 1990s, ADNOC's production remained essentially constant at 2.5 million barrels per day. In 2008, it was 2.9 mbpd. Although the company's financial metrics are challenging to evaluate because of its secrecy, it has also been praised for its effectiveness and management.

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