With this extensive pipeline infrastructure planned for the region, the project will generate over 1000 direct and indirect employment opportunities for the people of Ramanathapuram district. The company has started Steel Pipeline Laying work from CGS Plant Valuthoor to Kumariyakovil to provide continuous CNG/PNG supply to Domestic Customers and Company Owned & Company Operated (COCO) gas filling station will be established in Kuyavankudi village, Ramanathapuram. Furthermore, three daughter booster filling stations are already planned in areas of Paramakudi, Keelakkarai and Sayalkudi for this fiscal year. Medium Density Poly Ethine (MDPE) networks in Pattinamkattan, Sakkaraikottai and Ramanathapuram Municipality areas are also slated to start to ensure households are well connected with PNG facilities in these areas.
bills by 50% and resulting in 22% savings in households cooking fuel. As part of its business expansion strategy for the state of Tamil Nadu, AG&P Pratham will deliver 11 CNG filling stations and ensure PNG supply to 41,311 households within the next
Addressing the gathering, E.Poomari, Regional Head, AG&P Pratham said, “We are doing some spectacular work in Ramanathapuram to make living more sustainable for its citizens by providing them easy access to economical natural gas. With this project, the company is bringing much needed infrastructure to this district. We believe that the commence of this steel pipeline is a welcome step in the right direction for the growth and development of the region, he said. Our pipeline work in Ramanathapuram is safe, secure and will not only benefit people by allowing them access to cleaner, safer and economical fuel, but also help the state’s economy by accelerating industrialization, creating jobs, thereby improving the overall quality of life of people”, he said.
AG&P Pratham holds 12 CGD licenses awarded by the Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB), under Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MoP&NG), to exclusively provide natural gas for everyday across five Indian states. In Tamilnadu, AG&P has been authorized to develop CGD networks in six districts which include Vellore, Ranipet, Tirupattur, Ramanathapuram, Kanchipuram and Chengalpattu districts.The company is actively aiming to achieve around 10,000 domestic registrations for PNG and 7 CNG stations in this region by December 2022.