Projects and Development India Limited

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Projects and Development India Limited
IndustryChemicals, Fertilizer, Oil & Gas, Pipelines and Refinery
HeadquartersNoida, India
Key people
Partha Sarthi Sen Sharma (IAS), Chairman and MD

Projects and Development India Limited (PDIL) is a company under the Department of Fertilizers owned by the Government of India.


PDIL started as the technology wing of Fertilizer Corporation of India in 1951, emerged as a separate entity in 1978 after the restructuring of Fertilizer Corporation of India and was renamed PDIL in 1981 with a head-office in Sindri, Jharkhand.[citation needed] It is a project management and engineering consultancy providing services from concept to commissioning for fertilizer and allied chemical, oil and gas industries.[1]


PDIL provides PMC Services for Algeria Oman Fertilizer Project at Arzew, Algeria for AOA, Algeria.[citation needed] It is also working n Oman and Syria.[citation needed] It has also helped develop catalysts and operate the world's only public sector catalyst manufacturing plant at Sindri.[2]


  1. ^ B.L. Mathur (2001), Towards economic development, Discovery Publishing House, p. 4, ISBN 978-81-7141-592-2
  2. ^ Chourasia, Namita (1 June 2005). "Appeal to CM for Sindri plant survival". The Telegraph (Calcutta). Retrieved 12 July 2011.

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