GAIL commissions Dabhol LNG Terminal

Written By Unknown on Jumat, 11 Januari 2013 | 22.23

INDORE: GAIL, the owner's engineer of the LNG regas block of RGPPL, today successfully commissioned the Dabhol LNG terminal located at Ratnagiri, Maharashtra around 340km south of Mumbai.

Shri BC Tripathi, chairman and managing director, GAIL, announced the development while interacting with the media in Mumbai and Delhi.

The Dabhol LNG terminal would serve as a gateway for entry of natural gas to the southern and western parts of the country.

The terminal is operated by RGPPL, a joint venture of GAIL (India) Limited and NTPC as major share-holders and remaining equity being held by financial institutions and MSEB.

GAIL, the commercial operator of the terminal, had arranged commissioning cargo for the terminal in December 2012.

The commissioning of the Dhabol regas terminal provides access to natural gas supply to the southern and western states - Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

GAIL is also at an advanced stage of commissioning the 1400 kilometer Dhabol-Bengaluru pipeline system.

Power, fertilizers and small industries shall benefit from this regas terminal in terms of savings vis-a-vis alternate higher priced fuels such as naphtha, fuel oil etc.

The transport and the household segments shall also get the opportunity to utilize the clean fuel at cities and towns en route the pipeline corridor.

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