HP Gas Customer Care
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Need to apply for a new LPG connection for your family, and therefore want to know all the new rules, regulations, terms and conditions? Planning to buy an extra LPG cylinder for your family needs, but not sure about the overall costs and charges, and therefore want to clarify from the Customer Care? Want to give up LPG Subsidy, and therefore want to know the whole procedure? Wish to complain about the non-submission of LPG subsidies in your bank account, despite filling for KYC norms? It would be better if you didn't worry about it at all. HP Gas Customer Care will not only help you get a new cylinder or a new connection but will also help you to give up your subsidy and also make sure that your LPG subsidy gets deposited into your bank, at the right time.
How to talk to an HP customer care executive?
- First, in case of an emergency, you can reach the Customer Care Executive by calling at the following phone number 1906. The phone lines are open 24x7.
- You can also register complaints at the following phone numbers:
- 022 22872533
- 022 22863328
- You can also contact the Customer Care Executive by the following phone numbers as well:
- 1800 2333 555
- 022 22863900
- 022 22637000
HP Gas is a part of Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited. It is an Indian state-owned natural gas and petroleum company. The company is based in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Among other public sector units, HPCL has about 25 percent market share. The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation owns about 51.11 percent of the company. It is also ranked at 367th on Fortune Global 500 companies list, as in the year 2016. As of 2018, the revenue generated by the company is $31 billion. The total assets owned by the company is about $9.4 billion. As of 2012, the total number of employees working at the company is 11,226.
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The Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited was incorporated in the year 1974 and was taken over by the Government of India in 1976, by merging Caltex Oil Refining with the company. In 1979, Koshan Gas Company was also combined with Hindustan Petroleum. In 2003, the Government of India planned to privatize the company, which was opposed by the Supreme Court saying that the Parliament should decide on this matter. Ultimately, the idea was dropped. The refining capacity has increased from 5.5 million tonnes to 14.8 million tonnes, from 1984/85 to 2013. As of 2013/14, the net profit was 1740 crore INR.