Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate the Kochi-Mangaluru pure fuel pipeline to the nation on Tuesday through video conferencing.
“Tomorrow, fifth January is a landmark day in India’s quest for #UrjaAatmanirbharta! At 11 AM, the Kochi – Mangaluru Pure Fuel Pipeline can be devoted to the nation. It is a futuristic venture that may positively influence many individuals,” the Prime Minister tweeted from his deal with.
A press release accompanying the tweet stated that the occasion marks an necessary milestone in direction of the creation of “One Nation One Fuel Grid”.
Kerala Governor Arif Mohammed Khan and chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan, together with their Karnataka counterparts and Union minister for petroleum and pure fuel, can even be current on the event.
The 450-km-long pipeline has been constructed by Gail (India) Ltd.
With a capability of 12 million metric normal cubic metres per day, the pipeline will carry pure fuel from the Liquefied Pure Fuel (LNG) regasification terminal at Kochi in Kerala, to Mangaluru in Karnataka’s Dakshina Kannada district.
The whole value of the venture is about Rs three,000 crore and its building created over 12 lakh man-days of employment.
“The pipeline will provide setting pleasant and inexpensive gas within the type of Piped Pure Fuel (PNG) to households and Compressed Pure Fuel (CNG) to the transportation sector,” the assertion stated.
(With inputs from companies)