HPCL LPG bottling plant in Assam inaugurated

The HPCL LPG Bottling Plant in Matia, Goalpara district, was officially inaugurated by Rameswar Teli, Minister of State for Petroleum & Natural Gas and Labor & Employment, Government of India.

The plant, with a capacity of 30 TMTPA and located in the Industrial Development Centre on 30 acres of land, was dedicated to the nation at an approximate cost of Rs. 70 crores.

Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, the plant will cater to the LPG needs of nearly 8 lakh consumers through 75 HPCL LPG distributors in the states of Assam, Tripura, Nagaland, and Meghalaya.

In his speech, Rameswar Teli emphasized that the dedication of the HPCL LPG Plant at Matia marks a new chapter in the growth and progress of Assam. He highlighted that the plant will not only boost the local economy but also improve the quality of life for the residents.

He further mentioned that the uninterrupted supply of LPG in the region will contribute to the ongoing celebration of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav across the country.

Pushp Kumar Joshi, Chairman and Managing Director of HPCL, welcomed the dignitaries and provided information about the capabilities and features of the HPCL LPG Bottling Plant at Matia in his address.

Anuj Kumar Jain, Executive Director In-charge – LPG, expressed his gratitude to Rameswar Teli and other dignitaries for their presence at the event.

The opening of the HPCL LPG Bottling Plant at Matia is a significant milestone in HPCL’s commitment to providing reliable and efficient LPG supply to the North Eastern region of India, as per a press release.

The plant is expected to benefit the local communities and contribute to the overall development of the region.

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