Adani Bags CGD Contracts For 22 Locations
With the government planning to offer additional geographical areas for gas distribution in the tenth round involving 50 GAs comprising 123 districts coupled with rapid urbanization, AGL is on track to become one of the largest private sector CGD companies of the world, the firm said in a statement. Adani Gas would provide around 23 lakh domestic Piped Natural Gas (PNG) connections and install around 500 Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) stations in the 13 new GAs. The 13 GAs for which the company has received authorization include Surendranagar District, Kheda, Morbi, Mahisagar, Porbandar, Barwala & Ranpur Talukas, Navsari, Surat, Tapi and Dangs districts, except areas already authorized at these locations. The other GAs bagged by the firm includes locations in Haryana, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Odisha.
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