Tuesday, July 15, 2014

India - Oil and Gas - New Pipeline Project - IL&FS Engineering bags Rs 213-cr contract for laying pipeline from Land Fall Point (LFP), Mangalore Port to Mangalore/Padur Cavern

IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited has bagged an EPC contract worth Rs 213 crore from Indian Strategic Petroleum Ltd (ISPRL), Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, for laying of pipeline from Land Fall Point (LFP), Mangalore Port to Mangalore/Padur Cavern via intermediate valve station (IVS) from storage of crude oil project. The total length of the project is 50 km. The contract is to be completed within 15 months from the date of issue of LOA.

The company is currently executing Halol Dahod pipeline project of Gujarat State Petronet Ltd (GSPL) on EPC basis.

Article Source: http://www.business-standard.com/content/b2b-manufacturing-industry/il-fs-engineering-bags-rs-213-cr-pipeline-contract-114071400701_1.html
Publication Date: 11 Jul 2014

1 comment:

  1. Expansion of pipeline infrastructure is a good news for oil and gas transportation projects in India. We are in the phase of learning from incidents and yet to see the introduction of appropriate regulations and our country specific pipeline design and safety standards. Internal and external corrosion of pipelines have to be put on close vigilance. Design houses can establish a formidable collaboration with various resources necessary for ensuring pipeline safety and incorporating the knowledge base for corrosion risk assessment in the initial phase of executing Environmental Impact Assessment studies.

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