Three years after they failed to float a gas-based urea fertiliser plant in Tripura, ONGC has now worked out an alternative business model to use its 0.4 mmscmd small gas deposit lying defunct at Khubal of Tripura’s North district by setting up the state’s first gas-based tea processing plant and a CNG, PNG corridor through Tripura.
ONGC started drilling in Tripura way back in 1962. They first struck gas in 1986 at Baramura Hills in the state and steadily increased exploration activities ever since. The agency now supplies gas to different thermal power plants, including NEEPCO, ONGC Tripura Power Company etc. having a cumulative power generation potential of 1,500 MW.
The apex nationalised oil and gas exploration agency planned to set up Rs 5,000 crore gas-based Urea fertiliser plant in Khubal area of North Tripura district a few years back. Read More
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