Kakinada-Haldia Gas Pipeline
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The Kakinada-Haldia Gas Pipeline was a proposed natural gas pipeline in India that is now cancelled.
The pipeline was to run from Kakinada, Andhra Pradesh, to Haldia in West Bengal.
- Operator: Relogistics Infrastructure Ltd (Relog)/ Reliance Gas Transportation Infrastructure Ltd. (RGTIL)
- Owner: Relogistics Infrastructure Ltd (Relog)/ Reliance Gas Transportation Infrastructure Ltd. (RGTIL)
- Proposed capacity: Length: 1,100 kilometers
- Status: Cancelled
- Start year:
Relogistics Infrastructure Ltd (Relog), a subsidiary of Mukesh Ambani's RGTIL, had won the authorization to build the pipeline in 2007-08 . However, the company did not go ahead with the construction, citing the falling output of gas in KG-D6 of the Krishna-Godavari (KG) Basin. 
A pipeline along a similar route was also planned by GAIL&ONGC in 2007, however, no further updates about the project are available as of September 2021.
Articles and resources
- BS Reporter. "RGTIL loses rights to lay gas pipelines". Retrieved 2021-09-13.
- Ajay Modi. "RIL firm may lose Kakinada-Haldia gas line project". Retrieved 2021-09-13.
- "Petroleum regulator wants Reliance Gas' pipeline licences cancelled". @businessline. Retrieved 2021-09-13.
- "GAIL, ONGC to invest Rs 3,000 cr for pipeline project". The Economic Times. Retrieved 2021-09-13.