India set to attract Rs 10,000 cr for 1,000 LNG stations in three years

As a first step towards this, 50 stations were launched on Thursday on the Golden Quadrilateral

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Pradhan said that LNG has the potential to take a share of at least 10 per cent of the total 10 milllion trucks in India. | Photo: Reuters

Shine Jacob New Delhi
India is set to see investments to the tune of around Rs 10,000 crore in three years to create infrastructure for using liquefied natural gas as a fuel for long-haul transportation. This will include theh setting up of 1,000 LNG stations as well.

As a first step towards this, on Thursday, 50 stations were launched by industry majors. This includes 20 stations by IndianOil Corporation (IOC), 11 each by Hindustan Petroleum Corporation and Bharat Petroleum Corporation, six by GAIL India and two by Petronet LNG. The states in which maximum outlets are going to come up in the first leg

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First Published: Nov 19 2020 | 2:32 PM IST

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