Gujarat Gas Nadiad Zonal Office Emergency Number, Complaint Number, Contact Number, Phone Number
Gujarat Gas Nadiad Zonal Office 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 Nadiad Zonal Office Emergency Number, Complaint Number, Contact Number, Phone Number.
Gujarat Gas Nadiad Zonal Office Address
- Gujarat Gas Nadiad Zonal Office Address: B/h. Gujarat Gas CNG Station, Opp. Chintamani Automobiles, Near Asian Food, Off National Highway 8, Dabhan Nadiad – 387320, District: Nadiad Gujarat
- GSPC Nadiad Zonal Office Address: As Above
Gujarat Gas Nadiad Zonal Office Contact Details
- Gujarat Gas Nadiad Zonal Phone Number: 0268-2581333
- GSPC Nadiad Zonal Contact Number: 0268-2581333
- Gujarat Gas Customer Care Number Nadiad Zonal : 0268-2581333
- Helpline Number, Complaint Number, 24×7 Toll Free Number: 0268-2581333
About Gujarat Gas
The company recently received environment clearance from the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) to drill 103 wells in 30 blocks in Mehsana and Patan districts which are the upper reaches of the Cambay basin. The company will be spending over Rs 670 crore for drilling these wells that will have a depth varying between 1000-3500 meters.
These 30 blocks are spread over an 1,116 square kilometers. Interestingly, the proposed area for drilling these wells is known to have hydrocarbon reserves. About 1,500 wells have already been drilled in the proposed area and the oil production is approximately 40,000 MTPD (Metric Tonnes Per Day).
The wells will be drilled in blocks near Kadi, Linch, Nandasan, Sobhasan, Mehsana, Mansa, Langhnaj, Jotana, Charada, Sangapur, Jakasana and Patan.
Hydrocarbon exploration in Cambay Basin goes back to 1958 when ONGC drilled its first exploratory well on Lunej structure near Cambay.
This turned out to be a discovery well, which produced oil and gas. The discovery of oil in Ankleshwar structure in 1960 gave further boost to the exploration in the Cambay Basin.