India's natural gas output falls by one-fifth in April due to lockdown

Lower production was due to a 15.3 per cent drop in output by the country's top producer ONGC at 1.72 bcm. State-owned Oil India Ltd also produced 10 per cent less natural gas at 202.05 million cubic metres due to "loss of potential in Deohal area (in Assam) due to presence of CO2 in production stream (and) less gas offtake by consumers due to COVID-19 lockdown," it said.

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