GAIL (India) Limited

BOM:532155 ISIN:INE129A01019

GAIL (India) Limited operates through segments, including natural gas, petrochemicals, liquid petroleum gas (LPG) transmission and other liquid hydrocarbons, exploration and production and coal bed methane and telecommunications. It owns and operates a network of over 7000 kilometers of natural gas high pressure trunk pipeline. It owns and operates a gas-based integrated petrochemical plant at Pata, Uttar Pradesh with a capacity of producing 410,000 tons per annum. It has seven LPG plants in India. It has participating interest in three coal bed methane blocks with an area of 1561 square kilometers, two of which are in Chattisgarh and one in Jharkhand. The Company's telecom business unit, GAILTEL has approximately 13,000 kilometers network. During the fiscal year ended March 31, 2008, the Company completed a pipeline project from Dahej to Dabhol through Panvel to supply gas to RGPPL. Its subsidiaries include GAIL Gas Limited, GAIL Pte. Limited, and Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Ltd. 

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