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Timeline of Reliance Industries Limited

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| 1990s || Reliance Refineries is established in 1991, and launches its public offering in 1993. In 1997 Reliance Petroleum launches construction of India's largest oil refinery at {{w|Jamnagar}}. In 1999, the company wins a bid for 12 exploration blocks auctioned off by the {{w|Indian government}}.<ref name="referenceforbusiness.com"/>
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| 2000s || In 2002, Reliance locates the largest Indian natural gas field in decades. In the same year, {{w|Dhirubhai Ambani }} dies at age 69. Reliance Petroleum merges into Reliance Industries. Following the acquisition of Germany's {{w|Trevira}} in 2004, RIL becomes the world's leading polyester manufacturer, with production levels topping 25 million meters per year.<ref name="referenceforbusiness.com"/> In 2006, Reliance Industries is broken up between the Ambani brothers.<ref name="referenceforbusiness.com"/>
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| 2010s || {{[[w:Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited|Reliance Jio}} ]] launches its services in 2015 The , and becomes the only company in India that is capable of providing {{w|4G}} services through the country. RIL is ranked 106th on the {{w|Fortune Global 500}} list of the world's biggest corporations as of 2019.
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| 2012 || May || || RIL selects American firm {{w|Fluor Corporation}} to perform project management services for its projects being executed at its {{w|Jamnagar}} refining and petrochemical complex in {{w|Gujarat}}.<ref>{{cite web |title=Reliance selects UK based Fluor for project management at its Jamnagar refinery |url=https://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/energy/oil-gas/reliance-selects-uk-based-fluor-for-project-management-at-its-jamnagar-refinery/articleshow/13082211.cms?from=mdr |website=economictimes.indiatimes.com |accessdate=17 September 2019}}</ref>
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| 2013 || January || Renaming || RIL owned Infotel Broadband Services is renamed {{w|Reliance Jio InfocommLimited}}. The subsidiary is the only company in India that is capable of providing {{w|4G}} services through the country because of its 20 MHz pan-India spectrum.<ref>{{cite web |title=RIL’s Infotel Broadband is now Reliance Jio Infocomm: Report |url=https://www.bgr.in/news/ril%E2%80%99s-infotel-broadband-is-now-reliance-jio-infocomm-report-265261/ |website=bgr.in |accessdate=14 November 2019}}</ref>
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| 2014 || May 29 || Acquisition || RIL acquires control in {{w|Network18 Media & Investments Limited}} (NW18) including its subsidiary [[w:TV18|TV18 Broadcast Ltd.]]<ref name="RELIANCE INDUSTRIES"/>
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