Upcoming Plastic Park in Mangaluru to host Karnataka’s third CIPET Center

Karnataka to get its third Central Institute of Plastics Engineering and Technology Center (CIPET) in the upcoming plastics park in Dakshina Kannada district, with the other two centers operating in Mysuru & Bengaluru.  The Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals under the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers has accorded the final approval for the setting up […]

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Karnataka’s first LNG import terminal to come up at Mangaluru

Government of Karnataka partners with Singapore firm, LNG Alliance, for the development of Karnataka’s first LNG import terminal. New Mangalore Port Trust (NMPT), a major state port in Mangalore, Karnataka signed a Cooperation Agreement with Singapore based LNG Alliance Pte Ltd to develop a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) import terminal with an initial capacity of […]

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Mangaluru to house Petronas Green Hydrogen Plant

The petrochemical giant Petronas Malaysia to invest Rs. 31200 Crores on a Green Hydrogen plant in Mangaluru. News in detail Karnataka has signed a MoU with Petronas Malaysia, a renewable giant, to facilitate their investment of Rs. 31,200 Crores for establishing a unit to make green Hydrogen plant in the Mangaluru district. This futuristic project […]

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Fast-growing cities like Mysuru, Mangaluru, Hubballi, Belagavi, Kalaburagi have to grow vertical to retain their edge

Synopsis The land is to be treated like a commodity exactly the way we treat water, electricity, fuel, oil, coal, food etc. Like every other commodity, the land is also scarce that needs to be optimally used. Cities in the 21st century need to use their land to the utmost efficiency to provide a HIGH […]

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