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News Brief | January 2016

LNG pipeline project

LNG pipeline project clears hurdles
The natural gas pipeline project is back on the track after a prolonged delay. Major hurdles to acquisition of land for laying the pipeline in Kerala are almost over, a senior official of GAIL India, which is executing the job said.

The project envisages connecting the Petronet LNG terminal at Puthuvype in Kochi to Kanjirkkode, from where two separate lines are to join it from Mangaluru and Bengaluru. The Rs.3,032-crore pipeline project was approved in 2010 and GAIL India launched the work in 2012 for the 1,114-km stretch on the Kochi-Kanjirkkode- Mangaluru and Bengaluru route.

The survey and preparation of 'mahasar' for land acquisition are almost over in Ernakulam, Thrissur, Palakkad, and Kasaragod districts. Work is in progress in Kannur district and it has started in Kozhikode. The tendering process for the work will start soon and pipe-laying work is expected to be over in two years.

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