Bid & Tender
Bharat Petroleum to seek PNGRB Nod for Two Pipelines

Date : Sep 30, 2016

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd will seek the approval of Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board to construct two product pipelines at a total cost of Rs 30 billion.


The company plans to construct a pipeline between Vadinar in Gujarat to Indore in Madhya Pradesh, and another from its Bina refinery in Madhya Pradesh to Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh.


BPCL will move petroleum products from its Kochi refinery to Vadinar through coastal route, and from there it intends to transport them to Mangalya, near Indore, through the pipeline.


The 350 km long Bina-Kanpur pipeline is expected to cost around Rs 10 billion, while the Vadinar-Mangalya pipeline will cost Rs 18-20 billion.