PM Modi to inaugurate IOCL’s LPG Import Terminal at Puthuvypeen, Kochi
With a 15400 MT storage capacity, the terminal will ensure a steady supply of LPG for millions of households and businesses in the region.
Kochi: The Prime Minister of India will inaugurate the Indian Oil’s LPG Import Terminal at Puthuvypeen, Kochi, built at an cost of about Rs 1,236 Crores, boasts state-of-the-art facilities.
With a 15400 MT storage capacity, the terminal will ensure a steady supply of LPG for millions of households and businesses in the region.Read Also : Coal India signs JV Agreement with BHEL
This project will further strengthen India's efforts towards ensuring accessible & affordable energy for all.
PM Narendra Modi in his visit to Andhra Pradesh and Kerala on Jan 16-17, 2024 will be performing the pooja and darshan at Guruvayur Temple and Thriprayar Shree Ramaswami Temple in Kerala and inaugurate important infrastructure projects related to the ports, shipping, and waterways sector.Read Also : NCL exceeds 125 million tonnes of coal production
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