The construction work for combined Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal at Anayara is on full swing. Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) is constructing the fuel-dispensing unit adjacent to KSRTC depot at Anayara.
In March 2018, the government had allotted 1.78 acres at Anayara on lease for 30 years to IOC for constructing the fuel-dispensing station. In addition to CNG and LNG, the fuel station will also have electric vehicle-charging facility and petrol and diesel-dispensing unit.
The LNG-dispensing station for heavy vehicles will be a separate unit inside the KSRTC bus stand as it is dedicated for transport corporation buses. The rest of the retail facility can be used by private vehicles also.
V C Asokan, chief general manager and state head of IOC, said based on demand more units can be planned here. “The foundation has been completed and the structural work is in progress at Anayara. Read More
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