As the world’s most prolific producer of oil, India is the world leader in extracting oil from its natural gas reserves.
But there is a massive spill of oil and gas from its gas-fired power plants, pipelines, and infrastructure.
As a result, a large amount of waste water has flowed into the ocean, and a growing number of people have been affected by contaminated water.
According to The Hindu, a company is now cleaning up its pipeline and building a new one in the Indian state of Gujarat.
As the nation’s biggest producer of gas, India needs to reduce its reliance on imported oil and move toward renewable sources of energy.
But as oil prices remain low, there is no certainty that India will be able to meet its emissions targets without oil imports.
The pipeline leak at the Chintamani gas field in Chintambaram, Gujarat, has prompted the Indian government to invest heavily in the development of a new natural gas pipeline.
This new pipeline, the first to be built in India, will connect Chintammani to other existing gas pipelines.
According the state government, the project will be the largest natural gas project in India.
The state has also pledged to provide electricity to over 8,000 villages.
The government has already secured a loan of $2.5 billion to build the pipeline, which will cost $9 billion.
As India continues to develop its renewable energy sector, it will continue to rely on imported fossil fuels.
This is not a good situation for the environment, as more people are exposed to the pollution of the pollution.
According in a report by The Climate Group, over 50 million people across the world are living in areas that are heavily impacted by the pollution caused by oil and natural gas drilling.
The report said that India’s reliance on fossil fuels will only continue to grow as it transitions to a cleaner energy economy.
According a study by the United Nations Environment Program, the world is currently using a total of 6.7 billion tons of fossil fuels, while India uses 3.4 billion tons.
By 2060, India’s energy consumption will be on par with China’s.
By that time, more than half of India’s total energy consumption is from fossil fuels alone.
India’s emissions are projected to grow to more than 15.5 million metric tons of CO2e by 2060.
In fact, the country is expected to exceed China’s CO2 emissions by around 4 million metric ton in 2030.