India has actually increased in speed, scale and scope of advancement, states PM Narendra Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday (January 5) inaugurated the natural gas pipeline from Kerala’s Kochi to Mangaluru in Karnataka by means of video conferencing and stated the task will have a ‘positive effect’ on the economic growth in the 2 southern states.
” This is a crucial day for India, specifically for individuals of Kerala and Karnataka. These 2 states are being linked by a natural gas pipeline,” PM Narendra Modi said. He added that the pipeline will facilitate the ease of living for lakhs of people in both the states and likewise supercharge the tourist sector.
PM Modi said he didn’t wish to talk about the reasons behind the rate of India’s development in previous years, adding, the country can not establish gradually now. “In current years, the country has actually increased its speed, scale, and scope of advancement,” he stated.
The Prime Minister’s Workplace (PMO) stated in a statement the 450 km long pipeline constructed by GAIL (India) Ltd marks an essential turning point towards the production of ‘One Nation One Gas Grid’. The Rs 3,000- crore task, which will carry natural gas from the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Regasification Terminal at Kochi to Mangaluru, while travelling through Ernakulam, Thrissur, Palakkad, Malappuram, Kozhikode, Kannur and Kasaragod districts, has the transportation capacity of 12 million metric standard cubic metres each day, the statement added.
Modi’s workplace stated over 1.2 million man-days of employment was generated during the building and construction of the pipeline. The pipeline will supply eco-friendly and inexpensive fuel in the kind of piped gas (PNG) to households and compressed gas (CNG) to the transportation sector.
It will also supply natural gas to commercial and commercial systems across the districts along the pipeline, PMO said. Intake of cleaner fuel will help in enhancing air quality by suppressing air pollution.
1. Natural gas pipeline network to be doubled in 5-6 yrs
2. CNG stations to be raised to 10,000 from current 1,500
3. Kochi-Mangaluru Natural Gas pipeline– 450 km pipelength, 12 MMSCMD capability, Rs 3000 crore job expense
4. Facilitate convenient and environment friendly PNG to homes & industrial units and CNG for transportation to 10 districts along the pipeline.
5. Drive self-reliance in India’s energy landscape and assist the goal of Atmanirbhar Bharat
6. Create large-scale chances for direct and indirect work in the region.
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