India kicks off 1000 LNG stations development

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By Adnan Bajic India’s minister of petroleum and natural gas and steel, Dharmendra Pradhan laid the foundation stone for 50 LNG fueling stations.

Courtesy of India’s Press Information Bureau

The stations are part of the project that will see the construction of 1000 LNG stations across the golden quadrilateral and major National Highways.

This is part of a slew of initiatives of the ministry of petroleum and natural gas in realizing towards transforming India into a gas-based economy.

The government has identified LNG as a transport fuel due to the potential reducing pollution in transport.

Speaking on the occasion, Pradhan said that gas infrastructure is being set

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