India’s Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas is dividing up the construction of a 250-billion-Indian-rupee (US$5.7-billion) mega project comprising liquefied natural gas, power and petrochemicals plants in Mangalore city to several state oil companies. The project in the southern Indian state of Karnataka was originally awarded to the Oil and Natural Gas Company’s (ONGC), according…

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