Mundra–Delhi is a 1,054km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Hindustan Petroleum. This product pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 18 inches, starts at Gujarat (India) and ends in Haryana (India).
The Mundra–Delhi project started operations in 2007 and is owned by Oil and Natural Gas.
The Mundra–Delhi project is associated with the 235km Palanpur–Vadodara.
About Hindustan Petroleum
Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) is a downstream energy company that carries out crude oil refining, transportation and marketing of petroleum products. It also carries out exploration and production in India and other countries. The company operates refineries in Mumbai and Visakhapatnam in India. It also has liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) bottling plants and lube blending plants. Its distribution and marketing infrastructure includes product pipelines, LPG storage facilities, terminals, aviation service stations, inland relay depots and retail outlets, lube and LPG distributorships. The company also manufactures sugar and ethanol, and generates electricity. It is a subsidiary of Oil and Natural Gas Corp Ltd. HPCL is headquartered in Mumbai, India.
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