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IOC bottling plant may put an end to LPG blues in Shillong

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Shillong’s problem with the shortage of LPG cylinders may end after the proposed Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) bottling plant in the Ri-Bhoi district comes up in three years.

An IOC official told The Shillong Times that the tender for the land development work and boundary wall around the proposed bottling plant will be initiated by April-end.

IOC owns a piece of land in the Ri-Bhoi district.

The oil major hopes to complete the project in 27 months from starting construction work by September this year.

The IOC official said the proposed bottling plant will have the capacity to produce 30 metric tonnes of LPG per annum.

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