Piped Natural Gas - Industrial / Commercial

Piped Natural Gas is the fuel that can also be used in Commercial Applications - Restaurants, Hostels, Malls. The usage of Natural Gas in these areas will help in reducing pollution, offer consumers convenience, and significant savings. Any person, proprietorship/partnership firm and private/public limited firms except industrial units having their presence in commercial applications can convert to Natural Gas as their primary fuel by getting Commercial PNG Connection

Natural Gas also has a multitude of industrial uses. It will be advantageous for industries to adopt Natural Gas to ensure continuous / smooth/ uninterrupted functioning of industries. Controlling pollution has now become the key priority for all Industries and they can contribute in a very big way by switching to Natural Gas.

PNG is mainly Methane - CH4 with a small percentage of other higher hydrocarbons. The ratio of Carbon to Hydrogen is least in Methane and hence it burns almost completely making it environment friendly. It is procured from the oil / gas wells and transported through a network of pipelines.

Yes, the supply of PNG is continuous and regular. The pipeline distribution network is based on a positive gas pressure which is also looped for redundancy. Thus in normal conditions an un-interrupted supply at a constant pressure is assured.

Ideally the LPG cylinder needs to be surrendered so that the same can be used by the more needy of the society where PNG is unavailable. However, with LPG control order letter dated 09th January 2014 you can retain one LPG connection and the government oil companies shall provide the refill on non-subsidized rate.


The entire installation will be done in accordance to Technical Specifications and Safety Standards(T4S) specified by Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB).

There is no requirement of statutory compliance or govt. approval to get commercial natural gas connection. Natural Gas is a clean and safe fuel hence GoI is promoting its use across sectors.