India to source 1.25 mm tons of LNG from Algeria by 2009

Jun 20, 2007 02:00 AM

India would source 1.25 mm tons of Liquefied Natural Gas from Algeria by 2009, Petroleum Minister Murli Deora said.
When asked whether the gas was for Dabhol power plant, Petroleum Secretary M.S. Srinivasan said: "It will be for India."

The gas would be sourced by Petronet LNG from Algeria's Sonatrach.

Source: Asia Pulse Pte Ltd
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