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Narendra Modi to Dedicate Four Projects Worth Rs 4700 Cr:- Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will dedicate four projects worth Rs 4700 crores in the fields of oil and gas at Haldia during his West Bengal visit on February 7th as per the official update. The projects are PSUs Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) and Gas Authority of India (GAIL) and NHAI. Gurmeet Singh, the director of IOC said that Narendra Modi will lay the foundation stone of second catalytic dewaxing unit at Haldia refinery of PSU which will be an important substitution project which will cost around Rs 1019 crores. The project is expected to complete by April 2023.
The foreign exchange of USD 185 millions will used as reduced imports. Arun Singh, the director of BPCL informed the media that LPG terminal at Haldia will be inauguarated to meet the demands of the eastern region of the country. The terminal is built at a cost of Rs 1100 crores. Narendra Modi will also dedicate 347 km long Dobhi and Durgapur pipeline from Pradhan Mantri Urja Ganga project that is planned on a budget of Rs 2400 crores, told GAIL director ES Ranganathan. This will provide natural gas to Sindri fertiliser plant and Matrix fertilizer plant in Durgapur. Narendra Modi will also dedicate the Rs 190 crore road and flyover at Ranichak in Haldia for the people of the region on February 7th during his visit. This will help seamless traffic movement at the Haldia port gate.