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Hon’ble Prime Minister Lays Foundation Stone of Varanasi City Gas Distribution Project

·      ‘Urja Ganga’ to arrive soon in the holy city of Varanasi

·      CGD project a Deepawali gift to the city

·      Host of other projects also dedicated and flagged off

·      GAIL to invest Rs 1,000 crores for the CGD project

·      50,000 households, 20,000 vehicles to benefit

Varanasi, October 24, 2016: Heralding the arrival of ‘Urja Ganga’ in the city of Varanasi, Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today laid the foundation stone of the City Gas Distribution (CGD) project in a function here in presence of Hon’ble Governor, Uttar Pradesh Shri Ram Naik, Hon’ble Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Hon’ble Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Communications and Minister of State for Railways Shri Manoj Sinha, Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Human Resources Development Dr. Mahendra Nath Pandey, Hon’ble Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare Smt. Anupriya Patel, Minister of Khadi and Village Industries, Government of Uttar Pradesh Shri Brahmashankar Tripathi, Member of Parliament Shri Keshav Prasad Maurya, Member of Parliament Shri Ramcharit Nishad, Varanasi Mayor Shri Ram Gopal Mohale and a host of other dignitaries.


The laying of the foundation stone heralds the start of construction of the CGD project which will bring eco-friendly fuel natural gas to households, vehicles and industries in the holy city of Varanasi. The project is part of GAIL (India) Limited’s Jagdishpur – Haldia and Bokaro – Dhamra Pipeline project (JHBDPL), popularly known as ‘Urja Ganga’.


The Hon’ble Prime Minister also dedicated the 765/ 400 KV GIS Varanasi Power Station, inaugurated the Varanasi Postal Region, dedicated the Expansion Project of Diesel Locomotive Works (Phase – I), laid the foundation stone for doubling and electrification of Allahabad – Varanasi Rail Line, released a commemorative postage stamp on Varanasi City and laid the foundation stone of Perishable Cargo Centre.

The Varanasi CGD project will be developed simultaneously with the Jagdishpur – Haldia and Bokaro – Dhamra Pipeline project, which is being done for the first time in the country. The project, with an estimated capital investment of Rs.1,000 crores, is expected to connect 50,000 households with piped natural gas (PNG) and provide compressed natural gas (CNG) to 20,000 vehicles through 20 CNG stations. About 800 km of steel and medium density polyethylene (MDPE) will be laid in the city as part of the project. With the coming of the CGD project, it will be possible to give five lakh LPG connections to households in rural areas.


The 2,540 km JHBDPL project is being executed at an investment of Rs 12,940 crores, which includes 40% capital grant (i.e. Rs 5,176 crores) from the Government of India. It will pass through five states, i.e. Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha and West Bengal, covering 40 districts. GAIL has also been entrusted with developing CGD network in seven cities enroute the pipeline, i.e., Varanasi, Patna, Jamshedpur, Kolkata, Ranchi, Bhubaneswar and Cuttack.

GAIL (India) Limited is India’s No. 1 Integrated Natural Gas company with a market share of over 75% in natural gas transmission. Apart from being a leader in India GAIL is also ranked as No. 1 amongst Gas utility companies in Asia. With over 11,000 Kms of Natural gas network, GAIL supplies India’s fuel requirements across sectors like Power, Fertilizer, Industrial, Automotive and even Household consumers. Apart from natural gas transmission, distribution and processing, the Company has diversified business interests in Petrochemicals, LPG transmission, City gas projects and Exploration and Production activities. The company is committed to expand its current network to 15,000 km within 5 years.


IndianOil and GAIL sign MoU for taking equity stake in upcoming Dhamra LNG terminal

Indian Oil Corporation Limited and GAIL (India) Limited  have today signed an MoU with Dhamra LNG Terminal Private Limited (DLTPL) for taking equity in the 5 MMTPA capacity LNG Receiving, Storage and Regasification Terminal being put up at Dhamra Port, Odisha.


As per the MoU, DLTPL shall be an equal Joint Venture of IndianOil and GAIL on one hand and Adani Group on the other. IndianOil and GAIL would acquire 39% and 11% equity respectively in DLTPL with the balance 50% being held by Adani group.  Going forward, IndianOil and Adani group will each divest 1% of their respective stake to a credible financial institution which will then have 2% stake in the terminal. Apart from equity, IndianOil and GAIL intend to book regasification capacity of 3.0 and 1.5 MMTPA respectively in the terminal.


The development comes in the backdrop of Government’s consistent focus on undertaking welfare and growth measures in eastern India so as to bring this hitherto underdeveloped region into the economic mainstream of the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has maintained that India cannot develop till the eastern part of India develops.


Presently, the states in eastern India viz. Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal are not able to get the benefits of natural gas in sectors like Domestic, Transport, Industries etc., as the region does not have gas infrastructure by way of LNG Terminals and cross-country gas pipeline grid. The LNG Terminal at Dhamra would provide the potential customers in these states a clean and economically viable alternative which will also help in reducing the carbon footprint. This will also provide momentum to the economic growth of this region by attracting new industrial projects.


The LNG Terminal would also meet the gas requirements of three oil refineries of IndianOil situated in Barauni, Haldia and Paradip. The three fertilizers plants at Barauni, Sindri and Gorakhpur which are being revived by Govt. of India will also benefit from this terminal. The natural gas from the terminal would also be supplied to various City Gas Distribution networks coming up in eastern India, which in turn would cater to the requirements of piped gas for households, CNG for automobiles and clean fuel requirements of commercial establishments and industries. It is, therefore, expected that once operational, Dhamra LNG terminal will emerge as a bridge to prosperity for the entire eastern India.


Meanwhile, in another historic development earlier today, Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs approved Capital Grant of 40%, amounting to Rs. 5,176 Crores over 5 years, for Jagdishpur-Haldia and Bokaro-Dhamra Pipeline (JHBDPL) project, which is being implemented by GAIL (India) Limited at a total capital outlay of Rs. 12,940 Crores. This is the first time ever that Govt of India has extended Capital Grant to a Natural Gas pipeline project.


The 2,539 km long JHBDPL is expected to be completed by December 2020 and will connect UP, Bihar, Jharkhand, West Bengal and Odisha. The project will also see City Gas Distribution (CGD) networks being set up by GAIL in 7 important towns in eastern India, namely, Varanasi, Patna, Ranchi, Jamshedpur, Kolkata, Bhubaneshwar and Cuttack. The JHBDPL gas pipeline will be used for gas supply to 3 fertilizer plants in eastern India, namely Barauni, Sindri and Gorakhpur.


The Dhamra LNG Terminal project and JHBDPL project, cumulatively, are expected to bring investments to the tune of Rs 51,000 Cr into the economy of eastern India. Of this, about Rs. 13,000 Crores will be spent on JHBDPL pipeline infrastructure; Rs. 6,000 Crores on CGD projects in 7 cities; Rs. 6,000 Crores on Dhamra LNG Terminal and Rs. 26,000 Crores on revival of Gorakhpur, Barauni, Sindri & Talcher fertilizer units.


Rajasthan State Gas Limited (RSGL) flying high to fuel industrialization

Jaipur, March 2, 2016: In a significant step towards Collaborative approach between government & industry for attracting investment from India & Abroad, Today M/s Global Ceramics Private Limited and Rajasthan State Gas Limited (RSGL) signed Gas Sales Agreement (GSA) by Mr. Ravi Agarwal, Managing Director, Rajasthan State Gas Limited and Mr. Niraj Kumar Gupta, Director, Global Ceramics Private Limited in the gracious presence of Mr. Deepak Upreti, Principal Secretary, Mines & Petroleum, GoR who is also the Chairman of RSGL.

After taking the charge of Mines & Petroleum Department by Mr. Upreti, he has assigned priority to the gas sector for fuelling industrialization and has taken detailed review from Mr. Ravi Agarwal for seeking plan for providing clean energy solution to the smart Cities i.e. Jaipur, Ajmer, Kota , Udaipur and setting up of CNG highways between the key cities like Kota-Jaipur, Kota-Baran-Indore-Mumbai, Jaipur-Ajmer, Jaipur-Sikar and Bhilwara-Chittorgarh-Udaipur. The Mega CNG station at Neemrana is completing as per the budget mandate of Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Rajasthan and with the commissioning of CNG facility at Kukas, Jaipur within this month, NH-08 shall become operational for CNG vehicles plying between Delhi-Jaipur.

It is just a two months back when Rajasthan Govt. has announced its agenda during Resurgent Rajasthan for setting up Natural Gas Infrastructure & development of Industrial clusters under the banner of “Make In Rajasthan” to drive “Make In India” mission.

The availability of the Natural Gas was a bottleneck for attracting prospective industries to setup Ceramic zone at Ghilot inspite of Govt. proactive enabling factor to create ease of business.

RSGL has taken proactive steps & is in the process of completing compression facility at Neemrana to make Natural Gas available for the industrial clusters along the NH-8 highway. With this, the long wait for natural gas for the industrial zone at Behror, Sotanala, Keshawana and Kukas is over. The collaborative efforts with all stakeholders are the key driver for RSGL and RSGL won the confidence from prospective customers to become their preferred choice for natural gas through transparent and customer friendly initiatives resulting win-win scenario.

The business and project execution plan is in place to construct additional compression facility at Neemrana via Jaipur-Delhi for meeting the increased demand from Ghilot. A dedicated pipeline from Neemrana to Ghilot is also planned to distribute gas through the facility being setup at Ghilot.

By the last quarter of 2017, RSGL will be in position to open up CNG highway for smart city including Kota-Jaipur, Kota-Baran-Indore-Mumbai highway.

During recent Resurgent Rajasthan program, the Business Transfer Agreement for Kota City Gas Distribution Assets between GAIL Gas Limited and RSGL was signed by Mr. Deepak Upreti, Principal Secretary Mines & Petroleum, Govt. of Rajasthan and Mr. P K Pal, CEO, GAIL Gas Limited in the presence of Hon’ble Chief Minister, Govt. of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan is now to become a model state for adopting unique clean energy solution for each propose smart city- Kota, Ajmer, Udaipur and Jaipur. For Kota the distribution of the gas is planned through speedy execution of pipeline connecting demand centers for rapid industrialization, for Ajmer being a smart and heritage city, its approach is a combination of project based on converting municipal waste into biogas & availability of gas being planned through the proposed pipeline from Neemrana-Jaipur-Ajmer. The pipeline from Neemrana to Jaipur is to become integral part of a clean energy solution for Jaipur and for Udaipur LNG hub in combination of gas availability from the proposed pipeline from Bhilwara to Udaipur is planned.


Awareness Campaigning by GAIL to strengthen the Security & Safety of JLPL Pipeline

गेल, समाख्याली द्वारा जेएलपीएल की सुरक्षा एवं संरक्षा को सुदृढ़  करने के लिए जागरूकता अभियान

पाइपलाइन संरक्षा एवं सुरक्षा – एक जागरूक प्रयास


गेल, समाख्याली द्वारा समय-समय पर स्थानीय कालेज / स्कूलों के विद्यार्थियों एवं ग्रामीणों के लिए पाइपलाइन सुरक्षा एवं संरक्षा जागरूकता अभियान आयोजित किए जाते रहतें हैं, इसी अभियान को जारी रखते हुए जेएलपीएल किलोमीटर नं. 159 के नजदीक एवं एस.वी.-10 से आई.पी.एस.-समाख्याली के मध्य, ग्राम जूना-कटारिया तालुका भचाऊ जिला कच्छ (गुजरात) में दिनांक 05.11.2015 को जागरूकता कार्यक्रम आयोजित किया गया ।


कार्यक्रम में 03 स्कूलों के लगभग 200 छात्र-छात्राएँ, 20 अध्यापक, ग्राम सरपंच व उप सरपंच सहित लगभग 70-80 ग्रामीण जन और लाकड़िया पुलिस स्टेशन से 04 पुलिसकर्मियों ने उत्साहपूर्वक भाग लिया, जिनको टीम-समाख्याली ने श्री सुशील कुमार, वरिष्ठ प्रबंधक (यांत्रिकी) के मार्गदर्शन में गेल के बारे में, पेट्रोलियम पाइपलाइनों का महत्व, सुरक्षा एवं संरक्षा प्रणाली, आर.ओ.यू. में क्या करें और क्या नहीं करें तथा गेल के टोल फ्री नं. के बारे में बताया ।


जुलाई 2015, के अंतिम सप्ताह में कच्छ क्षेत्र में भारी बरसात हुई थी उस समय जूना-कटारिया के श्री सामद भाई ने एस.वी.-10 के सुरक्षा गार्ड को सूचित किया था कि गेल की पाइपलाइन बाम्बूड़ी नदी में किलोमीटर नं. 159 के पास कटाव के कारण दिखाई दे रही है, इस सूचना पर टीम-समाख्याली ने वहाँ जाकर देखा तो सूचना सही पाई गई अत: आज श्री सामद भाई को पुरस्कार स्वरूप रू. 500/- नगद प्रदान किए गए इसके अलावा जिन बच्चों को पाइपलाइन सुरक्षा के बारे में ज्यादा जानकारी थी उनके प्रोत्साहन के लिए भी पुरस्कार श्री सुशील कुमार द्वारा प्रदान किए गए ।


कार्यक्रम के दौरान सभी को पाइपलाइन की सुरक्षा तथा संरक्षा के लिए आवश्यक निर्देशों के कलेंडर, एक निवेदन, डायरी और पैन आदि वितरित किए गए । इस प्रकार आवश्यक जानकारी हेतु कार्यक्रम आयोजित किए जाने के लिए स्कूल प्राचार्या तथा ग्रामीणों ने गेल, समाख्याली को धन्यवाद दिया ।





Awareness Campaigning by GAIL, Samakhiali to strengthen the Security & Safety of JLPL

Pipeline Safety and Security – A Conscious Effort

GAIL, Samakhiali is organizing the Security, Safety Awareness Campaigns for local college / school student’s and villagers, under which efforts are taken to bring awareness about Pipeline Security and Safety, In continuation with on-going campaign an awareness program was conducted on 05.11.2015 near JLPL KM No. 159 and in between SV-10 & IPS-Samakhiali, at Village Juna-Kataria, Tehsil Bhachau, District Kutch (Gujarat).


The program was attended with great enthusiasm by the approx. 200 students and 20 teachers of 03 Schools, Sarpanch, Up-Sarpanch, 70-80 Villagers and 04 Policemen of Lakadia Police Station. Knowledge about GAIL, importance of Petroleum Pipelines, Security and Safety systems, what to do and do not do in ROU and also shared the information’s about GAIL’s Toll Free numbers by Team-Samakhiali under the guidance of Sh. Sushil Kumar, Sr. Manager (Mech).


In the last week of July’2015 month, heavy rain occurred in KUTCH area, at that time, Sh. Samad Bhai of Juna Kataria village informed to security guard of SV-10 about the exposure/washout of GAIL’s pipeline near KM. 159 in Bambudi river. As per information , Team Samakhiali visited the location and information was found to be correct. Hence, a token reward of Rs. 500/- given to Sh. Samad Bhai by Sh. Sushil Kumar. In addition, prizes distributed among students having good knowledge of Pipeline security for enhancing their motivation.


Before ending the program, Calendars, Ek Nivedan, Diary & Pen having important instructions regarding pipeline safety and security were distributed. Vote of thanks was given by Sh. D.L. Nandurwar, Vice Principal (ITI) to GAIL, Samakhiali for organizing awareness program in Kidianagar Village.




पाइपलाइनों के आंतरिक जंग पर तकनीकी सेमिनार

(गेल और नेस द्वारा आयोजित) पर रिपोर्ट

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9th October 2015 Jubilee Tower 4th Floor – Noida

 “जंग से जंग 



गेल (इंडिया)लिमिटेड


विषय: पाइपलाइनों के आंतरिक जंग पर तकनीकी सेमिनार


 9 अक्टूबर  ‘2015 को जुबली  टॉवर नोएडा में-  पाइपलाइनों के आंतरिक जंग  पर एक तकनीकी संगोष्ठी का संयुक्त रूप से गेल और निगिस  द्वारा आयोजन  किया गया। संगोष्ठी डॉ आशुतोष कर्नाटक निदेशक (परियोजना) की अध्यक्षता में हुई।  गेल, रिलायंस इंडस्ट्रीज, आरजीटीआईएल, आईओसीएल, बीपीसीएल, एचपीसीएल, वाल्ट, ईआईएल, मेकॉन, ट्रेक्टेबिल ,सी ई आई एल ,  आईजीएल, एम जी एल,  ओआईएसडी  एवम नेस अंतरराष्ट्रीय के विशेषज्ञों और गेल के वरिष्ठ अधिकारियो ,सी आई एम जी तथा आर आई एम जी  ने  विषयगत घटना ‘जंग से  जंग’ (फाईट विद कोरोज़न) मे सह्भागिता की  ।  साथ ही ओ एंड एम के मत्वपूर्ण वर्क सेंटर भी आडियोवीडियोके माध्यम से सेमिनार मे सहभागी रहे।  


A Technical seminar on Internal Corrosion of pipelines (Jointly Organized by GAIL & NIGIS) was held on 09th October ‘2015 at Jubilee Tower Noida. The Seminar was chaired by Dr Ashutosh Karnatak Director (Projects). Representative from industries- GAIL, RIL, RGTIL, IOCL, BPCL,HPCL,VOLT,EIL,MECON,TRACTABLE, CEIL IGL,MGL, and OISD, experts from M/S NACE international and CIMG(Central Integrity management group), RIMG (Regional Integrity management group) personnel of GAIL from sites participated the Thematic event “JANG SE JANG” (FIGHT WITH CORROSION). All Major O&M sites were also connected through Video Conferencing and participated in the seminar.


संगोष्ठी का उद्देश्य विभिन्न आंतरिक जंग के प्रकार और पाइपलाइनों पर उनके प्रभाव, आंतरिक जंग के कारण  और उनके निवारण/ उपायों  तथा  आंतरिक जंग को नियंत्रित करने के क्षेत्र में तकनीकी विकास को समझने के लिए किया गया था।



Objective of the Seminar was to understand the various types of internal corrosion and their impact on pipelines. Root causes for internal corrosion and their mitigation measures. Technological developments in the field of controlling internal corrosion.



 कार्यक्रम के प्रारंभ में  श्री ई एस रंगनाथन कार्यकारी  निदेशक (ओ एंड एम- कॉर्पोरेट) ने  निदेशक (परियोजना) का स्वागत किया तथा आंतरिक जंग को गंभीर एवम महत्वपूर्ण विषय बताया ।

उद्घघाटन  भाषण में निदेशक (परियोजना)  ने   इस तरह के संगोष्ठी  और विषय विशेषज्ञता/ ज्ञान को साझा करने के लिए संयुक्त  तकनीकी संगोष्ठी को  नियमित रूप से  सुचारु  रखने पर बल दिया।


At the outset, Shri E S Ranganathan ED (O&M-CO) welcomed Director (Projects) and shared the views on Internal Corrosion a serious matter. In the inaugural address, Director (Projects) emphasized on regular meet and conducting such type of joint events to share subject matter expertise and knowledge.


नेस पाइपलाइन इंट्रिगिटी के लिये मानकों तैयार करता है ,  साथ ही  एक प्रमुख शैक्षिक संगठन है, और ट्रेनिग कार्यक्रमो का संचालन करता है। गेल जो की देश का सबसे बडा पाईपलाईन संचालक है , ने  नेस के सहयोग से “ जंग से जंग”  नामक तकनीकी संगोष्ठी  को ऐतिहासिक बना दिया ।

इस  प्रकार का  तकनीकी सेमिनार एक नए युग की  अवधारणा है। तकनीकी संगोष्ठी के पह्ले दो सत्रों मे  डॉ कार्लोस (एसएमई)  के 30 वर्षो के काम की विशेषज्ञता और  आंतरिक जंग  विषय पर सभी को  संवेदनशील बनाने, शिक्षा और  अनुभवो को साझा करने पर ध्यान केंद्रित किया गया ।        डॉ कार्लोस ने  आंतरिक जंग  को नियंत्रित  करने के लिये 32 कारको की चर्चा की  और आंतरिक जंग के 4  अधारभूत बातो ( एनोड, कैथोड, इलेक्ट्रोलाइट, और धातु के सम्पर्क) के बारे  मे भी बताया । शेष 2 सत्र  पाईप लाईन उद्योग से आये  प्रतिभागियों  ने आंतरिक जंग से समबन्धित ज्ञान और अनुभव/ केस स्ट्डी  को साझा किया ।


NACE being a leading educational organization, which prepares standards and also provides training courses on various topics related to pipeline integrity, and GAIL, is being the largest gas pipeline operator in INDIA, the association of GAIL with NACE to fight against corrosion made this event historical.


This is a new era / concept for technical seminars, in which first 2 sessions were focused on sensitisation, education and sharing of Dr. Carlos (SME) rich expertise of 30 years work on the subject matter. Dr. Carlos shared 32 Variables that can control internal corrosion and 4 Basics of Internal Corrosion (Anode, Cathode, Electrolyte, and Metallic Contact).  Remaining 2 sessions were for the participants from the industry to discuss and share the case studies which resulted in a good exchange of knowledge and experience.


लगभग 90 प्रतिनिधियों ने सेमिनार मे  भाग लिया , साथ ही गेल के  करीब  60  अधिकारी आडियो वीडियो के माध्यम से सेमिनार मे उपस्थित रहे , ओआई एस डी को को मिलाकर  5  वक्ताओं ने अपनी कम्पनी  के अनुभवो की केस स्टडी पर   प्रस्तुतिया  दी ।

Approx. 90 Nos delegates were attended the programme, in addition approx. 60 executives were connected through Video conference during the entire seminar.  Total 05 case studies were presented by various Industries including OISD.


सभी प्रतिभागियों को डॉ कार्लोस  द्वारा साझा विचारों से लाभ एवम  अनुभव प्राप्त हुआ । सेमिनार के अंत मे पैनल चर्चा  तथा सवाल – जवाब ने सेमिनार को और भी प्रासगिक बना दिआ ।

पाइपलाइनों के आंतरिक जंग पर तकनीकी संगोष्ठी सफलता पूर्वक अपने उदेश्य की पूर्ति एवम आभार प्रदर्शन के साथ संपन्न हो गयी  ।

All participants in the meet were highly benefited by the views shared by Dr. Carlos A. Palacios, and Panel Discussion held jointly with Question answer Session. The Meet ended on a successful note and fruitfully served the purpose of the Meet.  The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks to the chair.


धन्यवाद प्रस्ताव श्री एम.के. सोगनी डीजीएम (ओ एंड एम) द्वारा प्रस्तुत किया गया।

Vote of thanks was presented by Shri M K Sogani DGM (O&M).



Display of the Back Drop on technical seminar on internal corrosion of pipelines on 9th Oct  2015



Welcome of Dr Ashutosh Karnatak Director (Projects) by Sh. E S Ranganathan ED (O&M-CO)


Technical Seminar Internal corrosion of Pipelines

Inaugural address by Dr Ashutosh Karnatak Director (Projects)


Address by Dr Samir Degan VP ( NACE) and  

 Ms Susmita Sengupta (Susie) Tech. Director (MGL)   


All Major O&M Sites connected Through VC and Participated in the Seminar





Dr Carlos sharing his Experience and knowledge of Internal Corrosion of Pipe line



Presentation on Case Study given by Shri Rajesh Uprety, Additional Director, OISD


Presentation on  P/L  Internal Corrosion given by Shri  Alok Gurtu, Business Head (RGTIL)


Presentation on GAIL  by Shri  G Chakraborty, DGM (O&M)-CIMG.


Presentation on BPCL Case Study by Sh Rituraj Mishra (Dy Mgr Pipeline and CP)


Experience sharing by Cherian P Vargesh (Sr. Tech Services Mgr) IOCL  


Penal Discussion – “Internal Corrosion of Pipeline Challenges and Way Forward” and

Question Answer Session 


Vote of thanks presented by Shri M K Sogani DGM (O&M)-CIMG.


सभी प्रतिभागियों को डॉ कार्लोस  द्वारा साझा विचारों से लाभ एवम   अनुभव प्राप्त हुआ । सेमिनार के अंत मे पैनल चर्चा  तथा सवाल का जवाब ने सेमिनार को और भी प्रासगिक बना दिआ ।

पाइपलाइनों के आंतरिक जंग पर तकनीकी संगोष्ठी सफलता पूर्वक अपने उदेश्य की पूर्ति एवम आभार प्रदर्शन के साथ संपन्न हो गयी  ।

All participants in the meet were highly benefited by the views shared by Dr. Carlos A. Palacios, and Panel Discussion held jointly with Question answer Session. The Meet ended on a successful note and fruitfully served the purpose of the Meet.  The meeting concluded with a vote of thanks to the chair.

धन्यवाद प्रस्ताव श्री एम.के. सोगनी डीजीएम (ओ एंड एम) द्वारा दिया गया।

Vote of thanks was presented by Shri M K Sogani DGM (O&M).