Gas, gas everywhere

Gas dominates Indian headlines these days be it new finds or the price at which it will be made available to end-users. If you are short of time and would like to get to the heart of the matter fast, here is the Indian gas situation for dummies.

The finds, by private companies such as Reliance Industries, have been mainly of lean gas and it appears that it will be sold for not less than $4/mmbtu.

But chemical companies hunting for feedstocks could look at naphtha as India is likely to have a huge surplus by 2010 once fertiliser companies switch to gas.

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One Response to Gas, gas everywhere

  1. rangan v 27 August, 2007 at 7:32 am #

    Gas, gas everywhere
    Gas dominates Indian headlines these days be it new finds or the price at which it will be made available to end-users. If you are short of time and would like to get to the heart of the matter fast, here is the Indian gas situation for dummies.

    The finds, by private companies such as Reliance Industries, have been mainly of lean gas and it appears that it will be sold for not less than $4/mmbtu.

    But chemical companies hunting for feedstocks could look at naphtha as India is likely to have a huge surplus by 2010 once fertiliser companies switch to gas.

    pl see the above article.i would like to know whether companies who produce oxo alcohols can get naptha at reduced prices as against now which is imported at high price.can you pl throw some more light ranagn

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