|Subject||Adani Petronet Gets Green Nod For Dahej Port Expansion|
NEW DELHI: Adani Petronet has received green clearance for the third phase expansion of its Dahej Port in Bharuch district of Gujarat that will entail an investment of about Rs 464.32 crore.
Adani Petronet (Dahej) Port Pvt (APPPL), a joint venture of Adani Enterprise and Petronet LNG, has developed the Dahej Port in a phased manner. The third phase expansion will entail raising cargo-handling capacity to 23 mtpa from 11.7 million tonnes per annum (mtpa) and development of other supporting infrastructure.
“As per the recommendations of the expert appraisal committee (EAC), the Environment Ministry has given environmental and CRZ (coastal regulation zone) clearance for expansion of Adani Petronet's Dahej Port in Bharuch,” a Senior Government official said.
The environment clearance to the project has been given subject to certain conditions. The cost of the expansion project is estimated to be Rs 464.32 crore, the official said.
APPPL's Dahej Port handles multi cargo such as coal, de-oil cake, cement, steel, wheat/rice and others.
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