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Construction of cross-border petro pipeline completes


17 June 2019  

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BIRGUNJ: The work of laying petroleum pipeline underground from Motihari of India to Amlekhgunj of Bara on Nepal side has been fully completed.

This project was in high priority of both Nepal and India. This pipeline is considered the fuel lifeline of Nepal. This is the first cross-border pipeline in South Asia.

The project office Simara has stated the project would be brought into operation after conducting a technical test in the immediate future with the work of laying down fuel pipeline on the 70.2 kilometers distance from Motihari to Amlekhgunj having been fully completed.

The 70.2 kilometers pipeline project’s estimated cost is Rs 2.75 billion from the Indian government and the federal government of Nepal (Rs 2 billion from the Indian government, and Rs 750 million from Nepal government.

 

Publish Date : 17 June 2019 16:11 PM

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