India plans heavy investment in gas distribution network

India is investing heavily in its gas distribution network and will add 15,000 km to it over the next five years, the country's minister of petroleum and natural gas has said.
By Staff reporter 12 July 2017 0 26730

India is investing heavily in its gas distribution network and will add 15,000 km to it over the next five years, according to a report in The Economic Times quoting Dharmendra Pradhan, India’s minister of petroleum and natural gas.

Speaking at the 22nd World Petroleum Congress in Istanbul, Pradhan said the expansion of the distribution network was just one part of a much wider investment in gas infrastructure that is under way in India, which includes LNG terminals and long-distance transmission pipelines.

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