Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan said Odisha will soon have two Synthetic Natural Gas (SNG) projects at Talcher and Paradip where gas will be produced from coal.
Speaking at the Roadshow organised by Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) during the 9th City Gas Distribution (CGD) bidding round here on Saturday, Pradhan said both the projects will generate thousands of employment opportunities in the State besides protecting the environment and developing the economy.
“An integrated coal gasification-cum-fertiliser production facility is coming up at Talcher with an investment of `8,000 crore. Synthesis gas (syngas) and fertiliser will be produced at the plant using a new technology provided by Shell Global. Syngas is clean and pollution-free fuel,” he said. Read More
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