As of 2009, India has a total natural gas pipeline infrastructure of around 10,776kms with a designated capacity of ~250mmscmd.
GAIL currently owns and operates around 67% of the total pipeline network, with over 7200 km of pipeline spread across the country. Its existing gas infrastructure can support the production and transportation of 142mmscmd of gas.
GSPL owns and operates 1,635km of pipeline with a transmission capacity of 50 mmscmd, occupying second place.
RGTIL “the east-west pipeline” has joined hands with GSPL and GAIL. It has a total pipeline network of ~1440km with a total carrying capacity to transport 120mmscmd.
Poor penetration of gas pipeline network in India