Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has said it will infuse Rs 1,200 crore over the next 6-7 years to create infrastructure of laying LPG pipeline and installing CNG stations in the two Burdwan districts of West Bengal.
City piped gas can be a reality in the district in the next two years along with compressed natural gas (CNG) stations and the foundation stone laying ceremony is scheduled on November 22, IOC (West Bengal) Executive Director Dipankar Ray said Monday.
IOC had partnered Adani Gas private Ltd for both east and west Burdwan districts in the ninth round of bidding for city gas distribution project. Read More
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