Online portal for carrier capacity booking on GAIL’s pipelines unveiled

The portal is one of its kind in the natural gas sector in India to provide gas consumers a facility to register pipeline capacity bookings online

GN Bureau | September 5, 2018


#Gail   #natural gas   #gas sector   #portal natural gas   #pipeline   #Dharmendra Pradhan   #petrol   #IOCL   #BPCL  

To facilitate gas trading on hub or exchange traded platforms in India, minister for petroleum and natural gas Dharmendra Pradhan recently unveiled an online portal to enable easy, efficient and transparent booking of common carrier capacity for natural gas transmission services under GAIL’s pipelines.

 
The portal operates within the regulatory framework and is the first of its kind in the natural gas sector in India to provide gas consumers a facility to register pipeline capacity bookings online.
 
GAIL CMD, B C Tripathi said, “With this initiative, GAIL has raised the standards of consumer experience for third-party access to natural gas pipelines to consumers in India. GAIL has been providing third party access to pipelines since 2004 and over 100-150 consumers small and large are routinely being serviced at any time, during the last few years”.
 
Gas trading entities such as IOCL, BPCL, RIL, GSPC and consumers such as- CFCL, NFL, IFFCO, KRIBHCO, Jindal Aluminium, Toyota Kirloskar, Suzuki Motorcycle, Tata Ceramics, Hindalco have been availing the pipeline transmission services as third party users of capacities on GAIL’s pipeline networks.

Comments

 

Other News

Why sanitation should matter to you

How many times a day do you flush the toilet? This number is probably between five and eight times for an average person. How many times a day do you spare a thought towards what happens to the human waste after you flush it away? The answer to this is likely to be close to zero for most people.

Who is Eknath Shinde, the auto driver who became CM?

Hailing from Satara district of Maharashtra, Eknath Sambhaji Shinde had to leave his education midway to financially support his family. He worked as an auto rickshaw driver, a lorry driver and also said to have worked in a brewery before he came in contact with Anand Dighe, Shiv Sena’s Thane unit pr

Metro 3 car shed to stay at Aarey, say new CM Shinde

Former Maharashtra chief minister Davendra Fadnavis stunned all at a press conference Thursday and named Eknath Shinde, the rebel MLA from Shiv Sena, as the next chief minister. Though Fadnavis said he would stay out of the government, a few hours later the BJP leadership announced he would be the deputy c

Uddhav Thackeray resigns as chief minister of Maharashtra

Minutes after the Supreme Court ordered a floor test on Wednesday night, Uddhav Thackeray in a televised address resigned as the chief minister of Maharashtra and also as a member of legislative council (MLC). He later drove down to Raj Bhavan and tendered his resignation to the governor Bhagat Singh Koshi

Gig workforce expected to expand to 2.35 crore by 2029-30

The gig economy has arrived in India, as the Covid-19 pandemic has propelled a flexibility of employment. As many as 77 lakh workers were engaged in the gig economy, constituting 2.6% of the non-agricultural workforce or 1.5% of the total workforce in India. The gig workforce is expected to expand to 2.35

How Antyodaya Saral is simplifying everyday life in Haryana

From obtaining an electricity connection to a driver`s licence, ration card, or old-age allowance, delivery of government schemes and services is an aspect of governance that impacts citizens at various points throughout their lives. The Haryana state government provides over 600 such schemes and services.

Visionary Talk: Sanjay Pandey, Mumbai Police Commissioner with Kailashnath Adhikari, MD, Governance Now


Archives

Current Issue

Opinion

Facebook    Twitter    Google Plus    Linkedin    Subscribe Newsletter

Twitter