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India's GSPL says new pipeline to boost FY22 gas supply by a quarter

Gas transmission by India's Gujarat State Petronet Ltd will rise by about a quarter in the next fiscal year starting from April as it links northern regions to an existing grid in the western state

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AHMEDABAD (Reuters) - Gas transmission by India's Gujarat State Petronet Ltd will rise by about a quarter in the next fiscal year starting from April as it links northern regions to an existing grid in the western state, a company official said on Tuesday.

The 930-km (578-miles) pipeline linking Mehsana in Gujarat to Bathinda in the northern state of Punjab at a cost of 55 billion rupees ($739 million) will be ready by March, the firm's joint managing director, Sanjeev Kumar, told Reuters.

 

(Reporting by Sumit Khanna in Ahmedabad; Writing by Nidhi Verma; Editing by Clarence Fernandez)

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First Published: Tue, November 03 2020. 12:27 IST
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