New Delhi : PM Narendra Modi on Tuesday committed the Kochi-Mangaluru flammable gas pipeline to the country, through video conferencing. The occasion will stamp a significant achievement towards the production of ‘one country, one gas matrix’, the Prime Minister’s Office said in an assertion on Sunday . The 450-km-long pipeline has been worked by Gail (India) Ltd.
It has a transportation limit of 12 million metric standard cubic meters every day and will convey petroleum gas from the melted flammable gas (LNG) regasification terminal in Kochi to Mangaluru, going through Ernakulam, Thrissur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Kannur and Kasaragod areas, the PMO noted. The absolute expense of the task was about Rs 3,000 crore and its development made more than 12 lakh man-long periods of work . The pipeline will supply climate neighborly and moderate fuel as funneled petroleum gas (PNG) to families and packed flammable gas (CNG) to the transportation area.
It will likewise supply flammable gas to business and modern units across the locale along the pipeline, the assertion stated, adding that the utilization of cleaner fuel will help in improving air quality by checking air contamination.