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Adani Total Private Limited

In 2018, Adani and TotalEnergies entered into an agreement to begin a new partnership to develop sustainable energy projects for the Indian market. This joint venture was named Adani Total Private Limited (ATPL). This venture involved setting up the Dhamra LNG Terminal Private Limited (DLTPL)for LNG import and regasification on the East coast of India. DLTPL is a 100% subsidiary of Adani Total Private Limited (ATPL), which is a 50:50 joint venture between Adani and TotalEnergies. The commissioning of the terminal was completed in 2023 and is presently fully equipped to receive commercial cargo. Having a significant role to play, DLTPL will aid in meeting India’s target of 15% share of natural gas in its primary energy mix by 2030. Built on a budget of over INR 6,000 Cr, the regasification terminal will provide the country with 5 million metric tons per annum of regasification capacity. DLTPL has entered into a 20-year LNG regasification agreement with Indian Oil Corporation Limited

(IOCL) and GAIL (India) Limited (GAIL). Through this agreement terminal acts as a primary source of natural gas supply to the JHBDPL (Jagdishpur Haldia Bokaro Dhamra Pipeline). Alternately, named the Urja Ganga Gas Pipeline network, it has a length of 2,800 km and will cater to the energy requirements of Eastern Indian states like Assam, Bihar, Odisha and Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal.

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