COMPETITION is intensifying to supply the planned new 615 MW power plant in Saurashtra, Gujurat, India, with fuel. Gujarat State Petronet will submit a feasibility report on an IND Rupees 1,650 million sub-sea gas pipeline connecting the mid-Tapti fields with the Pipavav port. Plant constructor Kribhco had asked Petronet to consider either a dedicated pipeline or a shared gas transmission line. Meanwhile, British Gas India, (BGI), could supply re-gasified LNG through Gujarat Pipavav LNG Co Ltd.

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