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GAIL Gas Limited conducted Piped Natural Gas(PNG) campaign in NITK Surathkal

GAIL Gas Limited conducted Piped Natural Gas(PNG) campaign in NITK Surathkal


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Mangaluru, Feb 10, 2024: GAIL Gas Limited(GGL), the 100% owned subsidiary of GAIL (India) Ltd., a Maharatna PSU, conducted the Piped Natural Gas (PNG) campaign on Friday, 9th February at 5:00 pm ushering in a new era of sustainable energy in Mangaluru. The theme of this awareness drive was “Use PNG, Save Nature”.

 

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Further, a PNG March was also organized jointly by GGL employees and NITK Students in NITK campus for promoting PNG awareness and to sensitize the residents of Mangaluru.

The PNG campaign raised awareness about the benefits of Piped Natural Gas(PNG) over conventional fuels like Economical, Convenient, Safe, Environment friendly and 24x7 uninterrupted Supply etc. to extend its reach to every household of Mangaluru.
 
The campaign aims to encourage city residents to adopt PNG as the preferred fuel for their kitchens, contributing to a cleaner and healthier environment in Namma Mangaluru.

About GAIL Gas

GAIL Gas is the wholly owned subsidiary of Maharatna PSU GAIL (India) Limited and it  has been authorized by Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) for laying, building, operating and expanding City Gas Distribution (CGD) network in the Geographical Area (GA) of Dakshina Kannada (DK) for supplying clean and green fuel of Piped Natural Gas (PNG) to the Households/Flats/Apartments/Residential Societies, Commercial & Industrial units and an environmentally friendly fuel alternative of Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) to automotive sector.

GAIL Gas Limited (GGL), a trailblazer in the City Gas Distribution (CGD) sector, is forging ahead with its ambitious CGD poject in the Dakshina Kannada district of Karnataka state. The poject encompasses an extensive geographical expanse, spanning 4861 square kilometers, and includes the charged areas of Bantwal, Belthangady, Mangaluru, Puttur, and Sullia.


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