|2020-11-17 来源： 中国石化新闻网|
HPCL董事长兼董事总经理Mukesh Kumar Surana告诉分析师:“我们正在尝试建立一条端到端的价值链，从液化天然气（LNG）购买到将LNG转换为天然气以及LNG运输。我们已经制定了一项1000亿卢比的计划，通过合资企业或私人参与的方式，对各种lng相关设施进行投资。”
曹海斌 摘译自 原油新闻
Hindustan Petroleum to Invest INR 10,000 Crore on Gas Value Chain
State-run Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) will invest ?10,000 crore to create an end-to-end natural gas value chain, said an official from the company. The investment will be spread over the next five years, he added.
"We are trying to create a value chain from end to end, right from liquefied natural gas (LNG) buying to LNG conversion to gas as well as LNG transportation. We have got a plan of around ?10,000 crore of investment in various LNG-related facilities, through a combination of joint ventures or private participation," Mukesh Kumar Surana, chairman and managing director, HPCL, told analysts.
Currently, HPCL is setting up 11 LNG stations and is in talks with auto manufacturers to encourage them to build facilities for LNG-based trucks and buses. The company has also approved a project for around ?100 crore to have a corridor, which can be used along with other oil marketing companies to use LNG as a fuel, in addition to CNG.
HPCL said it is also working on a parallel mode of LNG and HCNG (hydrogen compressed natural gas). The company holds a stake in the infrastructure for LNG gasification terminal for cross-country pipelines for transportation of LNG.
"Now whether its biofuel, whether it's renewable, gas or whether it's electric, we are working on all the floors, because ultimately, our business is to provide mobility and to cater to the energy needs of the customers." added Surana.