By Himangshu Watts NEW DELHI, Nov 27 (Reuters) - GAIL India Ltd is expanding its network for supplying compressed natural gas (CNG) in India and is in talks with several countries to set up CNG stations, the firm's chairman, Prashanto Banerjee, said on Wednesday. India has taken a leading role in promoting natural gas on its roads with some 57,000 vehicles, mainly buses, taxis, and autorickshaws in New Delhi, being run on CNG. "India's demand for CNG for automobiles and piped gas to ...
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