June 2022, Vol. 249, No. 6


India Moves to Modernize, Expand Gas Pipeline Network

By Gordon Feller, P&GJ Contributor   Indian government says that it foresees an increase in the share of natural gas in the country’s energy mix – from 6% in 2021 to 15% by 2025. A total of $60 billion of new investment planned in the country’s natural gas infrastructure by 2024, with most of that coming from the private sector. A worker uses a grinder tool during construction of natural gas pipeline in New Delhi, India. There is an expectation that $15.8 billion in new investment will be made over the coming 10 years.  India currently has miles 10,563 miles (17,000 km) of pipelines, and it plans now to increase this to 1,8641 mi

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