State-owned Indian Oil Corp (IOC) today said its proposed LPG import terminal at Puthuvypeen in Kochi, construction of which has witnessed violent protest, will help reduce backlog for cooking gas in Kerala.
IOC said the backlog of supplies in Kerala is 15 days and the new import facility was aimed at easing the same.
Also, the import terminal would minimise the movement of bulk LPG tankers through the highways in the state.
IOC moves bulk LPG from Mangalore to various LPG bottling plants in North Kerala through about 100 bullet trucks every day, which ply on narrow highways. Read More…
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