GAIL India will invest.Rs 1,000 crore on the liquified natural gas terminal at the Ratnagiri Gas and Power Private (RGPPL) to make it an all-weather port by 2019, said BC Tripathi, chairman, GAIL.
RGPPL, the second avatar of the troubled Dabhol power project, is in the process of demerging the power plant and the LNG terminal to make the project financially more viable as the project continues to struggle to keep afloat even after a decade since banks and public sector units stepped in to revive it.
We will hold over 70% in the demerged LNG terminal and our aim would be to convert it into an all-weather port so that we can run it at full capacity,Tripathi said. Read More…
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