Reliance-British Petroleum starts production from KG-D6’s second deep water gas field

Reliance Industries and its partner company British Petroleum have started offshore production in KG-D6 block. This will help the country to get clean gas. Reliance-BP started production at R Cluster in December last year. Now with the introduction of & nbsp; gas production & nbsp; in KG D-6, the share of natural gas in the energy basket will increase from & nbsp; 6.2 per cent to 15 per cent. Presently & nbsp; gas production in the country is 78 million cubic meters per day (mmscmd). However this is only half of our total requirement. But due to peak production of 15 mmscmd from KG-D6 and ONGC’s KG-D5 block, 2023-24 domestic gas production could rise to 122 mmscmd.

Reliance’s 66.67% stake in KG-D6 & nbsp;

Reliance-BP has been producing deep water & nbsp; gas production in & nbsp; KG-D6, R clusters, satellite clusters and MJ. Together these two by 2023 30 & nbsp; Millions of standard cubic meters will produce gas which will & nbsp; account for 15 percent of India’s total requirement. & nbsp; While preparing to start production last year, Mukesh Ambani said that these projects will use the hub infrastructure of the KG-D6 block. Mukesh Ambani holds a 66.67 per cent stake in KG-D6, while British Petroleum holds a 33.3 per cent stake. The R-Cluster is 60 km from the existing KG D6 Control and Riser Platform (CRP) on the Kakinada coast.

Important step towards clean energy & nbsp;

About the project shared with British Petroleum, Mukesh Ambani said that these are milestones in India’s energy sector. These are very important projects in terms of green energy, clean and safe for environment. He said that the gas produced through the project will meet the growing needs of our clean energy. While British Petroleum CEO Bernard Lunney has described this partnership as another example of growing possibilities. He said that this gas project will prove to be very helpful for India’s energy drive and this will give direction to energy drive.

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