About GAIL

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GAIL (India) Ltd. was incorporated in August, 1984 as a Central Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) under the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MoP&NG), with the mission of “accelerating and optimizing the effective and economic use of Natural Gas and its fractions for the benefit of the national economy”. Government of India now holds 51.76% shares of the company. GAIL became a Navratna in 1997 and Maharatna since February 2013, the highest status conferred to any PSU.

GAIL started as a Gas Transmission Company during the late eighties and has grown organically by setting up a large network of Natural Gas pipelines of approx. 13,000 Km; two LPG Pipeline systems of approx. 2000 Km; five Gas Processing plants for production of LPG and other liquid hydrocarbons with a combined production capacity of around 1.4 MMTPA and a gas based integrated petrochemical plant of capacity 810 KTPA of polymer. GAIL is co-promoter of two other petrochemical projects including 280 KTPA Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) Complex in Assam and 1.4 MMTPA ONGC Petro-additions Limited (OPaL) project in Gujarat. Petronet LNG, a JV of GAIL, operates two LNG regasification terminals at Dahej & Kochi. GAIL is also the promoter of Konkan LNG Private Limited which operates LNG regasification terminal at Dhabol for import of LNG. GAIL has renewable portfolio of 129 MW including 118 MW of wind and 11 MW of solar energy. GAIL has installed India’s 2nd largest solar roof top of ~ 6 MW grid connected captive solar power plant at Pata Petrochemical complex. GAIL is a pioneer in city gas distribution (CGD) business in India. It has presence in 61 Geographical Areas across India with 10 JVs and one wholly owned subsidiary. Read More...


GAIL Vision

Be the leader in natural gas value-chain and beyond, with global presence, creating value for stakeholders with environmental responsibility

GAIL Mission

Enhancing quality of life through clean energy and beyond