The 725km-long, upcoming Bhatinda–Jammu–Srinagar project will be operated by GSPL India Gasnet. According to GlobalData, who tracks more than 8,000 active and developing pipelines worldwide, the onshore gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 24 inches, will start in Punjab (India) and ends in Jammu and Kashmir (India). Buy the profile here.

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The Bhatinda–Jammu–Srinagar project is expected to commence operations in 2025 and will be owned by Gujarat State Petroleum, Indian Oil, Oil and Natural Gas, and Bharat Petroleum.

The Bhatinda–Jammu–Srinagar project is associated with the 1834km Mehsana–Bhatinda.

Contractors involved in the Bhatinda–Jammu–Srinagar project:

Some of the key contractors for the Bhatinda–Jammu–Srinagar include -

Main EPC: Essar Group.

About GSPL India Gasnet

GSPL India Gasnet Ltd is a subsidiary of Gujarat State Petronet Ltd, is a manufacturer and distributor of gas, hot water supply, steam and fuels. The company is headquartered in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.

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This content was updated on 9 November 2023

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