Punj bags Rs 164 cr order from GAIL
New Delhi, July 4 (UNI) Engineering and construction major Punj Lloyd Ltd today announced it has been awarded the contract for Dabhol-Panvel Pipeline Project (DPPL) worth Rs 164.24 crore by GAIL.
The pipeline to be executed in 10 and half months, would provide connectivity to Petronet LNG Ltd's (PLL) Dahej LNG terminal and will supply gas to Dabhol power project.
The scope of PLL's work would broadly involve residual engineering, procurement, installation, testing and commissioning of Panvel-Dabhol 30 inch diameter pipeline system from GAIL's station.
The project also involves laying of the pipeline in 113 km length from Panvel to upstream of Savitri river crossing in the first phase and a length of 74 km from upstream of Savitri river crossing to Dabhol terminal in the second phase.
However, the contract excludes supply of line pipe which shall be supplied as free issue material by GAIL.
Other facilities in the project include a receipt-cum-dispatch terminal at Dabhol, sectionalising valve stations and intermediate pigging station with a tap-off facility.
The company has recently acquired a majority stake in SembCorp Engineers&Constructors, a Singapore based 1 billion dollar company and also went in for a joint venture in Saudi Arabia to form 'Dayim-Punj Lloyd Engineering Limited'.
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