The 130-km Friendship Pipeline between Bangladesh and India, which will transport gasoline or diesel, is ready for opening. The pipeline, known as the Indo-Bangla Friendship Pipeline has 126.57 km in Bangladesh and 5 km built in India.
According to official sources, On March 18, the 131.57-km cross-border pipeline will be formally inaugurated via video conference between Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina.
Under a 15-year government agreement with India, the BPC, the state agency in charge of marketing petroleum fuel under the Energy and Mineral Resources Division, has been carrying out the project, which entails importing between 250,000 and 400,000 tonnes of diesel from the neighboring country every year via a cross-border pipeline.
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