Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) has inaugurated its second compressed natural gas (CNG) stations (Raj filling BPCL RO) in the Shamli district of Uttar Pradesh. The CNG station is located on the National Highway 709AD/Shami-Kairana Road at Shamli.

The Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) granted the authorisation for the development of city gas distribution (CGD) network in the geographical area of Meerut (except areas already authorised), Muzaffarnagar and Shamli districts to IGL in September 2018. As per the minimum works programme, IGL will install 36 CNG stations (online and daughter booster stations), provide 105,543 domestic piped natural gas connections, and lay 1,755-inch km of steel pipeline within the eight year contract from the date of authorisation.

Further, IGL is allowed a 300-month exclusivity period for laying, building and expansion of the CGD network; and 96-months exclusivity period in terms of exemption from the purview of common carrier or contract carrier for the CGD network, under the PNGRB Regulations, 2008.