Reliance Industries limited (RIL) on Friday declared that it’s commenced business production from its coal bed paraffin (CBM) block SP (West)-CBM-2001/1 from March 24, 2017 and is presently provision CBM for authorisation the Shahdol Phulpur Pipeline (SHPPL). the assembly from RIL’s Sohagpur CBM fields can bit by bit ramp-up within the next 15-18 months creating RIL among the most important unconventional gas producers in Republic of India.
CBM is associate environment-friendly gas extracted from coal-bed and has become a vital supply of unconventional gas in several elements of the planet.
Reliance Industries was awarded the licence to explore 2 adjacent CBM blocks SP(West) and SP(East) with a district of 995 sq kilometer within the round one of CBM block bidding by the govt. of Republic of India in 2001.
RIL has trained over two hundred wells connected to 2 gas gathering stations within the 1st part of development. the corporate expects to drill 600-800 wells any and develop associated infrastructure over future phases of development.
Reliance Gas Pipelines limited (RGPL), an entirely owned subsidiary of RIL, set a 302 kilometer Shahdol Phulpur Gas Pipeline that connects Sohagpur CBM fields from Shahdol to Hazira-Vijaipur-Jagdishpur (HBJ) pipeline network of Gail at Phulpur. With this new pipeline network, these CBM gas fields are currently connected with the Indian Gas Grid.