OGRA allowed laying 18,531 km gas pipelines in five years
- May 26, 2017 2:27 am GMT
As per procedure,
Accordingly, they said, the authority after thorough evaluation and deliberation allowed SNGPL and SSGCL to lay 16,450 kilometer and 2,081 kilometer pipelines amounting to
Answering a question, they said, the government was following a compressive strategy to reinforce existing gas transmission network for which around
Commenting on the companies' last year performance, they said SNGPL and SSGCL had laid 116 kilometer gas transmission network, 1,848 kilometer distribution, 679 kilometer service lines and connected 203 villages and towns to gas network.
During the period, they said the utility companies had invested
During the fiscal year 2015-16, they said, the companies issued 254,648 domestic, 202 commercial and 20 industrial connections.
Replying to another question, the sources said a 1,100 kilometer North-South gas pipeline would be constructed with Russian investment of
Under the project, around 12.4 bcm (billion cubic meters) of gas would be transported from
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