Top Oil and gas companies in Bangladesh

1.Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation:
Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation (BPC) is a government agency in Bangladesh to import, distribute and market oil and petroleum products. Founded in 1976 by Presidential Ordinance.

Contact with Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation:
PABX: 031-716336-7, 716334, 716328
FAX: 88-031-720147, 724910, 88-02-8189557

2.Jamuna Oil Company LTD (JOCL):
Jamuna Oil Company LTD (JOCL) (estd. as Pakistan National Oil in 1964; renamed as Bangladesh National Oil in 1972) Jamuna Oil Company is a subsidiary of the Bangladesh Petroleum Corporation. Major products are Octane, Petrol, Diesel, Kerosene, Furnace Oil, Bitumen and Lubricants in Bangladesh. In 1975, it was renamed Jamuna Oil Company (JOCL) after the river Jamuna. It is headquartered in Chittagong, Bangladesh.

Company Type: Public (DSE:JOCL)
Industry: Petroleum
Headquarters: Chittagong, Bangladesh
Area served: National
Products: Oil,Petrol,Octane,Diesel,Kerosene
Revenue: BDT 489.4 million (2011)
Operating income: BDT 179.3 million (2011)
Net income: BDT 128.7 million (2011)
Contact with Jamuna Oil Company LTD:
Registered Office:
Jamuna Oil Company Limited
Jamuna Bhaban, Agrabad C/A, P.O Box-694.
Chittagong, Bangladesh.
PABX: 720181-3,2520134-9,2520408
FAX: 88-031-713289.

Residence Office, Dhaka:
Jamuna Bhaban, 2 Kawran Bazar C/A,
Dhaka-1215, Bangladesh
Phone:02-8189531-32, 02-8189534-36
Fax: 88-02-8189533
3.Padma Oil Company:
The Padma Oil Company Limited, formerly Burmah Eastern Limited, is a Bangladeshi-state owned petroleum company with its head office in Strand Road, Chittagong. It is a descendant of the historic Burmah Oil Company in the British Empire and began operations in Bengal.

Contact with Padma Oil Company:
Corporate Office
Help Line
+031 614235-7
+031 637748-9
Fax +031 618312


Petrobangla (Bangladesh Oil, Gas & Mineral Corporation) is a government-owned national oil company of Bangladesh. It explores, produces, transports and sells oil, natural gas and other mineral resources.

Company Type: Public AutonomousIndustry: oil and gas industryPredecessors: Bangladesh Mineral Oil and Gas CorporationFounded:1972Headquarters: Kawran Bazar, Dhaka, Bangladesh area served:BangladeshProducts: Oil and gas, MineralsContact with Petrobangla: PETROCENTRE  ,3 KAWRANBAZAR,DHAKA - 1215, BANGLADESHFAX - 880 2 9120224
5. Titas Gas:

The Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company is the largest natural gas distributor in Bangladesh, with an 80% market share. As of 2005, they employed 2,678 staff and served 987,507 domestic customers, 7,947 commercial customers, and 3,046 industrial customers. Their 2007 net profit was a mere US$37 million on sales of US$557 million.

Contact With Titas Gas: Head Office105, Kazi Nazrul Islam AvenueKawranbazar Commercial AreaDhaka-1215,Bangladesh.Telephone NumbersPabx (Head Office)02-9103960-69; 02-815026102-8150805; 02-914438102-9144383; 02-9144385

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