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Title: Innovative Strategy and Technologies in CGD Pipeline Network :Monitor and Repair
Authors: Brahmbhatt , Harsh Laxmikant
Keywords: Energy and Infrastructure Management
Issue Date: Apr-2021
Publisher: School of Petroleum Management
Series/Report no.: 20191009;
Abstract: Natural Gas conveyance organizations have been truly delayed to embrace new advancements, particularly purported brilliant advances, in their organizations. Their partners in electric utilities, measure plants, and even gas transmission have generally embraced associated parts and answers for rapidly give them admittance to information to decide, improve the security of their frameworks, and furnish them with the usefulness they need to improve their activities. As of late, the Natural Gas dissemination portion has started to make up for lost time by embracing these sorts of innovations to appreciate comparative outcomes. Arrangement suppliers in the business have created tweaked frameworks for clients and when combined with a computerized biological system, they can drive considerable incentive for gas service organizations. Also, as India is planning to reach 15% Gas share in Energy Basket by 2030 and to make India gas based economy, infrastructure is the key. Infrastructure is our asset and we have to maintain it properly. By saying infrastructure, I do not mean only Gas stations, pipelines but it also includes the new technologies by which our asset can be backed. It's an era of digital technologies and, Gas companies should also invest in maintenance technologies for infrastructure (especially in maintenance of pipelines). As when, any kind of problem or flaw happens to the pipeline then it can be detected easily and get it resolved in minimal time period. Western and European countries are into these technologies, so, what's your opinion on this kind of advancement in our country as around 8,23,000 Crore INR investment will be coming to India for Gas sector as a whole (including infrastructure) by 2030.
Description: Under the Guidance of Dr. Somdeb Lehri
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