Six Jharkhand districts have been included in the Centre’s city gas distribution project, bids for which would be accepted under the 10th round of the process that was introduced to prospective investors on Tuesday at a Ranchi hotel.
Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB), the nodal agency for facilitating economic activity in natural gas distribution, organised a road show at which 100-odd prospective investors showed up.
“Through this process, the board wants to promote competitive markets, create infrastructure and increase the share of natural gas in the country’s energy mix,” said the regulatory board’s chairperson, D.K. Sharraf. Read More
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