RSGL, GAIL Gas to set up gas infra in Rajasthan

The agreement envisages transformation of Kota into a smart city by providing clean energy to boost up industrialisation and establishing CNG corridor

GN Bureau | April 25, 2017


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In a significant step towards setting up of retail gas infrastructure in Rajasthan and opening CNG corridors to connect key cities, a business transfer agreement (BTA) was signed between Rajasthan State Gas Limited (RSGL) & GAIL Gas Ltd.
 
The agreement is aimed at transforming Kota into a smart city by providing clean energy to boost up industrialisation and setting up CNG corridor between Kota and Jaipur and Kota – Baran – Jhalawar besides providing green energy to the industrial clusters at Baran–Jhalawar.
 
RSGL is also carrying out necessary activities to provide clean energy solution for the proposed smart cities Kota, Ajmer, Udaipur and Jaipur.
 
Principal secretary of the mines and petroleum department has asked the RSGL to draw blue print for making gas available to industrial clusters and proposed smart cities at Kota, Jaipur, Ajmer and Udaipur for fueling industrialisation.
 
The strategic tie-up between RIICO and RSGL for gas based infrastructure development will create an industrial revolution, making the state a sought after business destination.
 

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