Gujarat Gas Umargaon 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 Umargaon Emergency Number, Complaint Number, Contact Number, Phone Number.
Gujarat Gas Umargaon Office Address
- Gujarat Gas Umargaon Office Address: Plot No.179/1, Shree Siddhivinayak Complex, Ground Floor, Opp. Soham Shilp Complex, GIDC Colony, Near Bank of Baroda, Station Road, Umargaon – 396171, Gujarat
- GSPC Umargaon Office Address: As Above
Gujarat Gas Umargaon Contact Details
- Gujarat Gas Umargaon Phone Number: 02633-243444
- GSPC Umargaon Contact Number: 02633-243444
- Gujarat Gas Customer Care Number Umargaon: 02633-243444
- Helpline Number, Complaint Number, 24×7 Toll Free Number: 02633-243444
About Gujarat Gas
Gujarat Gas Ltd (GGL), India’s largest city gas distribution (CGD) company, is looking to pick up the entire 50% stake of GAIL Gas in Vadodara Gas Ltd (VGL), according to three senior government officials close to the development. The deal size is expected to be about ₹ 200-250 crore for an enterprise valuation of about ₹ 500 crore of VGL, two of these officials said.
GSPL is a subsidiary of Gujarat government owned-Gujarat State Petroleum Corp. Ltd (GSPC). A few months ago, Gujarat Gas roped in SBI Caps for a valuation of the entity, said a senior GSPC official on condition of anonymity.
As a result GAIL Gas has sought an amendment in the restrictive clauses of its shareholding agreement with VMSS. The matter is pending before a standing committee of VMSS which is to take a final call in the matter. The committee is headed by Vadodara mayor Jigeeshaben Sheth who was appointed to the post recently.
Vadodara city has the oldest CGD network in the country that was set up by the local municipal corporation in 1972. In 2013, it formed a 50:50 joint venture company with Gail Gas called VGL as per the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) Act 2006, with an authorized share capital of Rs.215 crore.