THOOTHUKUDI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi dedicated to the nation Indian Oil Corporation Limited’s (IOCL) pure gasoline pipeline from Ramanathapuram to Thoothukudi via video conferencing on Wednesday. Chief Minister Edappadi Ok Palaniswami took half in the perform held on the Thoothukudi collectorate premises.
According to a press release, the 143 km-long pipeline is a bit of the 1,445 km-long Ennore – Tiruvallur- Bengaluru- Puducherry-Nagapattinam – Madurai- Thoothukudi pure gasoline pipeline challenge. It goals at transporting gasoline gasoline from ONGC gasoline fields in Ramanathapuram as feedstock to petrochemicals and fertilizer industries in Thoothukudi. It can be part of a mega pure gasoline pipeline challenge being carried out in the southern states — Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and the Union Territory of Puducherry.
The Ennore – Tiruvallur- Bengaluru- Puducherry- Nagapattinam – Madurai – Thoothukudi pure gasoline pipeline established to evacuate gasoline from Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) import terminal at Kamarajar port in Tiruvallur district with 5 million metric tonnes every year capability. The challenge with the capability of eight million metric normal cubic meter per day has a compressor station at Valantharavai in Ramanathapuram.
The Ramanathapuram-Thoothukudi pipeline might be linked to Ennore LNG terminal to meet the growing demand and to feed potential anchor prospects to spur the industrial progress in the southern area. The pipeline would additionally provide environment-friendly clear gasoline to households in the type of piped pure gasoline, and to autos in the type of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). The pure gasoline is dependable, and the pipeline system cannot be simply affected by climate situations, the assertion added.
Kovai industrialists welcome new coverage
Coimbatore: The Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry-Coimbatore (ICCIC) hailed new industrial coverage 2021 unveiled by Chief Minister Edappadi Ok Palaniswami on Tuesday. President of the outfit C Balasubramanian mentioned the coverage provides thrust to new sectors like meals processing and focuses on analysis and growth and adoption of expertise in manufacturing. Further, he welcomed options akin to hike in capital subsidy, allocation of `500 crores for the growth of latest industrial estates, incentives to firms trying to relocate from different nations. Meanwhile, CODISSIA president M V Ramesh Babu thanked CM Edappadi Ok Palaniswami for supporting institution of CODISSIA Industrial Park at Kallapalayam.