Dredge Pipeline Flucers are part of the pipeline dredging system that is being used in India to extract the oil from the deepwater catchment of the Suez Canal.
The flucers have to be filled with oil to be able to pump the oil out of the canal, which is a major economic driver for India.
The Indian government has been working on a new technology to fill the flucer with oil, called the Dredger Pipeline Fluctuator, or DPFL, which can pump up to 500,000 barrels of oil per minute.
The DPFL can also be used to dump the oil at the surface, which could make it easier for India to export oil to Europe.
According to a report by the Economic Times, the new technology has been in development since last year.
The report states that India’s DPFL will be capable of producing up to 4 million barrels per day of oil from 2020 to 2032.
India has been trying to increase its oil exports by increasing its oil storage capacity and pumping more oil into the sea to help boost global oil prices.
A recent report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) said that India needs to increase the storage capacity of its oil by 50 percent in the next 10 years.
However, according to the Indian government, it is working on other technologies to improve the pipeline flucing system, including a new flucering valve that can lower the pressure on the fluciator and increase the speed of oil flow.
The company is working to improve and improve the technology of the flushing system, according the report.
A DPFL has been on trial for the last two years in India.
India is now one of the largest users of the DFL technology, according TOI.
India’s oil exports have grown steadily in recent years, especially after the country reached the World Trade Organization.
The country currently accounts for nearly 15 percent of global oil production, according Toi.