Growth in pipeline projects in India

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India is set to dominate the number of trunk/transmission pipeline projects that are expected to start operations in Asia during 2024-2028 - contributing about 43% of the region’s total projects count by 2028.
GlobalData’s latest report, “New Build Trunk-Transmission Pipelines Projects by Development Stage, Regions, Countries, Project Type and Forecast to 2028,” revealed that out of 62 projects to commence operations by 2028 in India, gas pipeline projects are likely to account for 48.4%, followed by product pipelines and oil pipelines at 40.3% and 11.3%, respectively.
Bhargavi Gandham, Oil & Gas analyst at GlobalData, said: “India is also set to lead in terms of transmission pipeline length in Asia by 2028, with an expected 29,800 km of length additions by 2028.
“The pipeline development helps the country to enhance its energy infrastructure and meet the growing demand for petroleum from the industrial, domestic, and transportation sectors.”
Unsurprisingly, gas pipelines are projected to constitute 57% of the total pipeline length additions by 2028.
The Jagdishpur–Haldia Phase II is the largest upcoming gas pipeline in the country by 2028, with 1,900 km. GAIL (India) Ltd is the operator of this project, with operations anticipated to commence this year.
Mehsana–Bhatinda is another major gas pipeline project with a length of 1,834 km. GSPL India Gasnet is the operator of this project, which is expected to start operations this year.
In India, product pipelines are projected to account for 30% of the total additions to transmission pipeline length by 2028. Kandla–Gorakhpur is one of the key upcoming product pipelines in the country, with a length of 2,809 km.
The project is currently in the construction stage and is anticipated to commence operations this year, with IHB Ltd slated to serve as the operator.

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