India Gas Solutions Pvt., a venture of Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL) and BP Plc (BP/), may set up three liquefied natural gas terminals in India, the Financial Chronicle said, citing an unidentified company official.
Each terminal may have a capacity of 5 million metric tons a year, the newspaper said. Possible locations for the fuel import facilities include Dhamra, Mangalore, Kakinada and Paradip.
The company has yet to firm up plans for the LNG facilities, a Reliance spokesman told Bloomberg News.
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