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HPCL-Mittal Energy Limited (HMEL) is dedicated to energising a brighter tomorrow for millions of Indians with its superior petroleum and petrochemical products. A young and value-driven organisation, HMEL benchmarks itself against the global best to deliver consistent excellence to fuel India’s growth story.

Formed in 2007 as a Public Private Partnership joint venture between the Fortune 500 company, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL, a Government of India enterprise) and Mittal Energy Investments Pte Ltd. (MEIL), Singapore (a Lakshmi N Mittal company), HMEL’s production assets represent the single largest investment in any sector in the state of Punjab.

11.3 MMTPA

Best in class Complex Refinery

165 MW

Captive Power Plant

1017 KM

Crude Pipeline sized up to 18 MMT

1,020,000 KL

Crude Oil Terminal

Responding to India’s energy needs

HMEL’s Guru Gobind Singh Refinery at Bathinda, Punjab, is strategically positioned to respond to India’s ever changing energy needs. The 11.3 million metric tonnes per annum ( MMTPA ) energy efficient, environment-friendly, high distillate yielding complex refinery has been designed to produce high value added petroleum products catering to a demand-driven market.

Our wholly owned subsidiary, HPCL-Mittal Pipelines Limited, owns and operates the crude oil storage and transportation assets. These include a Single Point Mooring (SPM) to receive crude oil; a 1,020,000 kilolitre (KL) Crude Oil Terminal (COT) to store and blend the crude; and 1,017 kilometre (km) cross-country pipeline to transport the crude from Mundra, Gujarat to Bathinda, Punjab.

Surging ahead to be the best

We strive to maximise stakeholder value by leveraging the latest technologies and partnering with the best. Driven by a diverse team of highly talented people, our culture fuels empowerment, innovation and growth. Our core values push us to surpass benchmarks and deliver excellence in performance while working responsibly towards our communities, the environment and the nation.