Gujarat Gas Limbdi Emergency Number, Complaint Number, Contact Number, Phone Number. Gujarat Gas Limited is the largest natural gas distributor in India. Its presence spreads across Maharashtra, Gujarat and Dadra and Nagar Haveli. It was established in 1980, with headquarters in Ahmedabad. Log on to www.gujaratgas.com to set up a new connection, view and pay bills, and register complaints. You can also download the Gujarat gas app for iOS or Android and pay bills on the go.
So, let’s see Gujarat Gas Limbdi Emergency Number, Complaint Number, Contact Number, Phone Number.
Gujarat Gas Limbdi Office Address
- Gujarat Gas Limbdi Office Address: Shree Ghansyam CNG Filling Station, Nr. Hotel Madhuli, National Highway, Limbdi – 363421, Gujarat
- GSPC Limbdi Office Address: As Above
Gujarat Gas Limbdi Contact Details
- Gujarat Gas Limbdi Phone Number: 02753-262256
- GSPC Limbdi Contact Number: 02753-262256
- Gujarat Gas Customer Care Number Limbdi : 02753-262256
- Helpline Number, Complaint Number, 24×7 Toll Free Number: 02753-262256
About Gujarat Gas
Indian Oil played the major role in India’s transition to cleaner fuels when it started marketing Liquified Petroleum Gases (LPG) from its Barauni refinery in 1965. Brand Indane was conceived in 1964 to bring modern cooking to Indian kitchens and the first Indane LPG connection was released on 22nd October 1965 at Kolkata. From a humble beginning of a consumer base of around 2,000, the brand has grown into a super brand that rules nearly 1 billion kitchens. Today Indane has become one of the largest packed-LPG brands in the world. It is a fuel synonymous with safety, reliability and convenience.
Indane LPG is sold and delivered in four different pack sizes. The 5kg and 14.2 kg cylinders for domestic use are subsidized and comprise almost half of all gas distributed while the 19kg, 47.5 kg and 425 kg Jumbo cylinders are marked for industrial and commercial consumption. Indane LPG is also supplied in bulk to large volume consumers in the manufacturing and engineering sectors.
In an effort to improve LPG penetration in the country and in order to help improve the lives of rural masses, in December 2015, Indian Oil has undertaken the task of achieving 100% LPG penetration in the country with a missionary zeal and the country’s first smokeless village – Vyachakurahalli in Chikkaballapur district in Karnataka has entered into the Limca Book of Records-2017, after all households switched from conventional fuel to LPG.