Anjar-Chotila Gas Pipeline
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The pipeline runs from Anjar, Gujarat to Chotila, Gujarat. The pipeline's exact route is published as part of GSPL's January 2020 Expression of Interest (EOI) submitted to GAIL and on a 2016 summary document from GSPL.
- Operator: Gujarat State Petronet Limited (GSPL)
- Parent Company: Gujarat State Petronet Limited (GSPL)
- Proposed capacity: 13 MMCMD
- Length: 124.27 miles / 200 kilometers
- Status: Construction
- Start Year: 2021
The pipeline is owned and operated by GSPL. In August 2016 the project's Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) put its cost at 1058.4 crore. In June 2020 GAIL responded to GSPL's EOI for the pipeline with an opinion that GSPL should consider altering its route so that it begins at the Mundra LNG Terminal in Mundra Port.
The pipeline is expected to be commissioned by December 2021.
Articles and resources
- Annual Report 2019-20 (PDF). Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB). 2020. p. 40.
- Annual Performance Highlights, Gujarat State Petronet, May 2019
- Views on EoI to develop Anjar Chotila Natural Gas Pipeline, GAIL (India) Limited, Jun. 30, 2020.
- Schedule-A, GSPL, Jan. 6, 2020
- "BRIEF SUMMARY OF ANJAR-CHOTILA PIPELINE PROJECT OF GUJARAT STATE PETRONET LIMITED" (PDF). Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change Government of India. 2016. Retrieved August 30, 2021.
- "Gujarat State Petronet rating - Buy: Q4FY21 Ebitda was ahead of expectations - The Financial Express". www.financialexpress.com. Retrieved 2021-08-31.
- Environmental Impact Assessment, Anacon Labs, April 2018