Gujarat State Petronet Ltd (GSPL) plans to lay, build and operate a natural gas pipeline from
GSPL, the gas distribution subsidiary of the Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation (GSPC), recently submitted an 'expression of interest' in this regard to the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board.
The company officials indicated that after the approval, the project is likely to be completed in three years.
The 1,600km long natural gas pipeline will laid from
The GSPL pipeline will have five spur lines, totalling 124 kilometres in length, and its endpoint will be the Indian Oil Corporation's 15 million tonne per annum refinery at Paradip.
Sources said the gas for the pipeline will most probably come from the LNG terminal of GSPC at Mundra, Shell at Hazira, Petronet at Dahej and the state's offshore gas fields.
Apart from fuelling industrial growth, the pipeline will also help in the development of backward areas along the route. The company has also identified centres where demand for natural gas could be high.
GSPL has held discussions with a number of companies, including Mahindra & Mahindra, Bhilai Steel Plant and ACC Cement, for the sale of natural gas.
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