OUR motto

We own your responsibilities!

The need for energy is Universal. That’s why Morol Refinery scientists and engineers are pioneering new research and pursuing new technologies to reduce emissions by creating most efficient fuels. We are committed to responsibly meet the world’s energy needs.

our Values

Are you looking for a company whose values align with yours?

As we work to produce the energy the world needs, we are defined by out shared values. We start with commitment that doing the right thing is non-negotiable. Safe, social responsibility and ethical behaviors enable our license to operate.

COLLABORATE

TAKE OWNERSHIP

BE BOLD

DELIVER RESULTS

OUR PRODUCTS

We are the industry heads and produce the most reliable and trendy solution you are looking for. 

MOROL ATOM

Lubricants are essential in engineering; however more sustainable formulations are needed to avoid adverse effects on the ecosystem. Bio-based lubricant formulations present a promising solution. Our company believes it be to be the latest disruption in the petrochemical sector.

MOROL AQUA

Generation of nitrogen oxides (NOx), which are harmful pollutants, emitted from the diesel engines in the air can be stopped by using the Morol Aus32/DEF into SCR systems fitted in BS4 trucks. Furthermore, use of organic Coolant is a cleaner source as compared to conventional coolant.

MOROL BIO FUELS

Biodiesel is renewable and clean burning fuel that is made from waste vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled restaurant grease for use in diesel vehicles. Biodiesel produces less toxic pollutants and greenhouse gases than petroleum diesel.

PREDECTIVE INSIGHTS

Data-driven decision making and predictive capabilities will be essential across the life cycle of our unconventional assets – from delineation and appraisal through full field development. Morol Refinery CEO Peeyush Poddar shares his thoughts on how we can creatively leverage the large data sets we have in our companies to solve new – or old – challenges.

"It’s common and comfortable to use data for historical purposes.

 

Asking: What was our production? What were our economics for this well?  That’s all backward looking. We should also be using data for making reliable predictions. Asking: What’s the best feed to Procure? Where’s the place to procure these feed? What will be the ultimate recovery for the different feeds? We can start answering these questions with more precision and accuracy by looking at  our data differently.

 

It all comes down to the ingenuity and drive that people in our industry bring to the table
every day, finding solutions that we didn’t think were possible even three years ago."