GAIL India Ltd, the country's largest gas utility, will invest Rs 1.05 lakh crore over the next five years to expand pipelines, lay city gas distribution network and raise petrochemical production capacity, its new chairman and managing director Manoj Jain said on Monday
Over Rs 4 lakh cr investment in pipelines in gas infrastructure; next CGD bid round to be announced soon: Dharmendra Pradhan
The government is giving special impetus to develop gas infrastructure across the length and breadth of the country connecting North to South and East to West parts of India, he said.
GAIL to invest over Rs 45,000 cr to create infra for gas-based economy; to set up 400 CNG stations in next 3-5 years
GAIL currently operates 12,160-km of pipeline network and markets two-thirds of all-natural gas sold in the country.
Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) plans to invest Rs 1,500-1,700 crore in building a floating liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminal at Krishnapatnam in Andhra Pradesh by 2022, its chairman D Rajkumar said on Monday
Dharmendra Pradhan says Rs 1.2 lakh cr investment planned for city gas network expansion in 300 districts by 2030
India will see an investment of about Rs 1.2 lakh crore in the roll-out of city gas network in almost 300 districts by 2030 as a massive expansion is planned for CNG dispensing stations and pipelines supplying cooking gas to household kitchens, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Monday
GAIL India to invest Rs 45,000 cr in expansion of pipelines and city gas network over next five years
State-owned gas utility GAIL India Ltd will invest over Rs 45,000 crore over the next five years to expand the National Gas Grid and city gas distribution network, its chairman Ashutosh Karnatak said on Tuesday
IOC, Adani Gas to invest Rs 9,600 cr in infrastructure for retailing CNG, piped natural gas in 10 cities
Indian Oil Corp (IOC) and its partner Adani Gas Ltd will invest about Rs 9,600 crore in rolling out infrastructure for retailing CNG to automobiles and piped natural gas to household kitchens in 10 cities for which they recently won licences for, the state-owned firm said on Monday
The Indian government will introduce rules in six months that could lead to the phase-out of monopolies controlled by natural gas distribution companies in 34 cities, including New Delhi and Mumbai, allowing consumers to choose a new supplier, a senior regulatory official said
An investment of about Rs 50,000 crore is expected in setting up of CNG stations and pipelines to take cooking gas to households in 50 towns and cities that were bid out for city gas licence in the 10th round, oil regulator PNGRB said
India will see an investment of about $300 billion over the next decade in setting up of refineries, oil and gas pipelines and expansion of city gas distribution network as it builds infrastructure to cope with the massive demand surge, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said
IOC not decided on bidding strategy for city gas distribution licence in Kolkata; open to JVs, partnerships
There has been no decision in this regard as of now, not even pre-bid meeting has taken place, IOC CGM (LPG) Abhijit Dey said
Total, which had a few weeks back exited Royal Dutch Shell-led Hazira LNG import terminal in Gujarat, will join Adani in developing a 5 million tonnes a year import facility at Dhamra in Odisha.
PNGRB said the ninth CGD bidding round was launched on 12 April for development of city gas networks for the 86 geographical areas (GAs) which includes 174 districts (156 complete and 18 part), spread over 22 states and Union Territories (UTs) in India.
Indian Oil Corp, BPCL, Adani top bidders for gas retailing licences in cities; 400 bids received for 86 permits
Petronet LNG Ltd, India's largest liquefied natural gas (LNG) importer, sought to foray into CGD business by bidding for the licence in seven cities
Bidding for the biggest city gas distribution licensing round, offering 86 permits for selling CNG and piped cooking gas in 174 districts in 22 states and union territories, closes this evening
Government on Tuesday opened for bidding the biggest city gas distribution licensing round, offering 86 permits for selling CNG and piped cooking gas in 174 districts in 22 states and union territories
A four-member panel of secretaries is likely to submit its report on a new gas pricing mechanism to the government by tomorrow.
A four-member panel of secretaries from different ministries is holding consultations to work out a new gas pricing mechanism
Presently, urea-manufacturing fertiliser plants have the first right over the domestically produced gas, followed by liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) plants and power stations. City gas distribution (CGD) projects are ranked fourth currently.<br />