GAIL wins Frost & Sullivan sustainability 4.0 award 2020
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GAIL wins Frost & Sullivan sustainability 4.0 award 2020

Frost & Sullivan and TERI Award Assessment is an in-depth and comprehensive assessment based on a well-defined framework covering all critical areas of sustainability.

  • By ICN Bureau | September 23, 2020
GAIL (India) Limited has won the Leaders Award in the Mega Large Business, Process Sector category in the 11th edition of Frost & Sullivan - MEASA and TERI - The Energy and Resource Institute's Sustainability 4.0 Awards 2020. 
 
The award recognises corporates in sustainable development practices that provide a measurable and verifiable framework for sustainability.
 
Manoj Jain, Chairman & Managing Director, GAIL said, “We are extremely happy and honoured to have been recognised as Leader in Mega Business Process Sector Category this year by Frost & Sullivan & TERI Award Jury. The award is essentially a result of eco-conscious development GAIL has been pursuing for the past 36 years.”
 
Frost & Sullivan and TERI Award Assessment is an in-depth and comprehensive assessment based on a well-defined framework covering all critical areas of sustainability.
 
GAIL (India) Limited is India’s leading natural gas company with diversified interests across the natural gas value chain of trading, transmission, LPG production & transmission, LNG re-gasification, petrochemicals, city gas, E&P, etc. It owns and operates a network of around 12,500 km of high-pressure trunk pipelines. 
 
It is working concurrently on multiple pipeline projects, aggregating over 6,700 Km. GAIL commands 70% market share in gas transmission and has natural gas sales share of over 55% in India. GAIL and its Subsidiaries/JVs also have a formidable market share in city gas distribution. In the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) market, GAIL has one of the largest portfolios in the world.
 
 

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