India is set to increase its gas pipeline tariffs later this month, which will impact the affordability of city gas projects and CNG, local media has reported.
Prices will be raised from INR 25.46/MMBtu ($0.36/MMBtu) to INR 175.20/MMBtu for the Hazira- Vijaipur-Jagdishpur (HVJ) pipeline and from INR 53.65 /MMBtu to INR 88.09/MMBtu for the Dahej-Vijaipur pipeline.
IGL, a subsidiary of Gail, has opposed the proposed hike as it regards the higher tariff for the HVJ pipeline as unfair. Reliance Industries has also voiced its...
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