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ONGC to install system to detect pipeline oil leak/theft

DNMUM404605 | 1/4/2018 | Author : Shahkar Abidi | WC :427

System on the pipeline along Uran-Trombay belt will give real-time alerts

Mumbai: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), the country’s largest energy explorer, which loses significant quantity of crude oil through theft/leak from its pipeline along the Uran-Trombay belt is in the process of installing a detection system which will give real time alerts about it.
The new system is also expected to take care of the false alarm about leakage which unnecessarily sends the system into a tizzy.
As per the company documents, Uran plant receives oil from Mumbai offshore fields. The crude oil is then dispatched through the pipeline to Mumbai and coastal refineries. The 36” x 24 km size crude oil pipeline lies between Uran plant and Trombay terminal. From Trombay terminal, the 36” crude oil line is di
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