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Moheshkhali-Anowara parallel gas line ready for transmission from next month

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Chattogram Bureau :
The parallel  gas transmission line from Moheshkhali to Anowara is expected to resume transmission from June next as the 75 percent works of the project already completed in the meantime.
The under constructed transmission line at cost of Tk1157 cr  is expected to be completed by this time aimed at to supply the imported LNG (liquefied Natural Gas)  to national grid  from Moheshkali  terminal  under private management .
Gas Transmission company Ltd is implementing the project. Fuel experts opined that Bangladesh is going  one step ahead for fuel security in the country through installation of Moheshkahli transmission line. GTCL sources said another  79 kilometers long  pipe line  from Moheskhali to Anowara is being constructed by GTCL for supply of natural gas after refining the imported LNG . Four sister organizations including GTCL of Petro Bangla is  constructing this parallel gas transmission line at a cost of Tk1157 cr.
 Under the project  CTMS(custody Transfer Memory System)  installed at Anowara point It is learnt , under the first track projects o t the govt,  first pipe line project from Moheshkahli to Anowara was installed at a cost o f  Taka1,040 cr  in first phase. Through this pipeline, on average a day about 500 million cft natural gas is being supplied from Moheskhali terminal  after resification of the imported liquefied gas.
As a result, the consumers o f Karnaphuli Gas Distribution company are getting better advantages of fuel. Sources said after completion o f  first project , the second parallel line project from Moheshkali to Anowara under taken at a cost of Tk1157 cr  and after completion of  this parallet transmission line, all sorts complications in supplying   the resificated LNG gas to national grid will be removed without any suspicion. Project Director of Moheshkali Anowara parallel pipe line Project  Engineer Ariful Hoque Fakir told  media persons  that 75 percent works of the second phase project already completed and the  rest will be ended by end of June next . He   hoped that after completion of the project work, gas   transmission will be effected through both lines to avoid any complications in national grid .

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