Dabhol capacity to be raised to 5 million tonnes by 2018

October 2015
Chemical Industry Digest;10/1/2015, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plans of the gas company GAIL (India) Ltd., the electricity producer NTPC and a consortium of banks to invest into raising the capacity of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal at Dabhol, India to 5 million tonnes by 2018. Topics discussed include views of GAIL Chairman B.C. Tripathi on the issue, and a long-term plan to further raise the capacity of the terminal to 10 million tonnes.


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