GAIL to continue selling gas from PMT fields

Desai, Suresh Thakur
March 2006
Chemical Business;Mar2006, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p25
Trade Publication
Reports on the decision of the government of India to allow gas transmission and marketing company GAIL (India) Ltd. to continue selling gas from Panna-Mukta-Tapti fields for two more years. Agreement of consortium partners to continue selling gas to GAIL; Amount paid by GAIL to the joint venture partners, as of March 2006; Efforts of the joint venture partners to seek permission to sell gas from the fields directly to customers at market price.


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