The public authority is wanting to change transportation of ethanol to pipelines, revealed ETnow, on August 17. As indicated by their sources, the government is hoping to change from rail and trucks to pipelines. For this, they are likewise in converses with pipeline fabricating organizations to construct committed biofuel pipelines.
The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas has additionally held seminars with the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) to ship ethanol through pipelines from its processing plants. Indeed, it is looking to before long start the transportation from IOC's Barauni refinery in Bihar.
The public authority will likewise lead test runs of pipeline transportation in groups to distinguish any trailbacks. As of late, it led preliminaries for the transport of ethanol by rail from Maharashtra to Andhra Pradesh. It's to be noticed that oil marketing organizations at present are shipping ethanol-mixed petroleum by means of rail and trucks.
This is all in digression with India's transition to move to cleaner and greener energy sources. Last month, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said that the public authority has intended to move public transport and logistics to 100% clean energy sources, revealed PTI.
Expressing that India is one of the quickest developing economies, driving through reasonable and environment impartial turn of events, Gadkari said, "Society ought to be livable, serviceable, and sustainable for all with a significant spotlight on morals, ecology, and the climate." The minister said his ministry was attempting to set out open doors for other clean and green vehicle energizes like electricity, bio-CNG, LNG, biodiesel, ethanol, methanol, and hydrogen energy component.