State-owned gas utility GAIL India plans a capital expenditure of Rs 6,000 crore by the end of the financial year 2018-19.
This investment will be used to construct an additional 2,500 kilometres of gas pipelines by 2020, GAIL’s Director-Projects Ashutosh Karnatak told reporters on Wednesday at the sidelines of an event to announce Oil and Gas HSE Conclave.
This will include laying pipelines in east and south India. Of the planned 2500 km, the 380-km Kochi-Mangalore pipeline is already under execution, he added. Read More…
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