Bharat Gas Customer Care
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Need to apply for a new gas connection, but don't know all the rules and regulations and also the set of documents required, do want to contact the Customer Care? Your gas subsidy is not getting deposited regularly in your bank account, and thus wish to complain about the same? Your gas cylinder is leading, and therefore want to call for an emergency checkup? Need to take a commercial gas connection for your new restaurant or catering business, and therefore want to know about the costs and charges? It would be better if you don't worry about. Bharat Gas Customer Care is very much adept and skilled to help to not only get a new gas connection, but also will let you know the reasons why the gas subsidy is not getting deposited in your bank account, and also help you with any gas emergencies you need.
How to talk to a Bharat Gas customer care executive?
- If you want to reach the Customer Care Executive for any emergencies, you can call at the following number - 1906.
- You can also talk to the Customer Care Executive, by filling up the following contact form -https://ebiz.bpc.co.in/CCSExt/CorporateSite/LPGComplaintRegistration.
- You can also call up the Customer Care Executive for any inquiries at the following phone number - 1800 22 4344 (Toll-Free)
About Bharat Gas
Bharat Gas is a part of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited. The Government Of India undertakes it. The headquarters are based in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It has two large refineries in Kochi and Mumbai. As of 2016, the company was named 342 on Fortune List of the world's biggest companies. The total revenue generated by the company as of 2017 is $34 billion. Also, the total assets owned by the company is $13 billion, as of 2017. There are 12,567 employees currently working in the company as of 2017. The current Chairman and MD of the company are D Rajkumar.
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In the year 1889, Burmah Oil Company operated in the South Asian Market. In 1928, the Asiatic Petroleum Company of India made a pact with Burmah Oil Company, and therefore both of the companies cooperated with each other. In the year 1976, the Burmah Shell was taken over by the Government of India, which led to the formation of Bharat Refineries Limited. In 1977, the company was renamed to Bharat Petroleum. In 2017, the company received the Maharatna status.