Please brief us about the glorious journey of Pune gas.
Pune Gas was founded in 1986 as a small business to sell products, spare parts, and other LPG equipment mainly for domestic use for customers in Pune. Over the years the business has grown to provide products, services, and turn-key solutions for industries and commercial kitchens using LPG & Natural Gas across the country. Pune Gas is now the most reputed and pioneering company in India for providing the best-in-class service and the most innovative products and solutions for customers and industries that use LPG & Natural Gas for all their thermal heating applications and commercial cooking requirements.
Please brief us about your products.
In 1986 we had a modest repertoire of products which today has mushroomed to more than 500 products encompassing the entire range of gas instrumentation.
Our products include:
– LPG Vaporizers
– Gas Filters
– Flow Control Valves
– Gas Burners
– Gas Torches
– Solenoid Valves
– LPG Cylinder Valves
– Bulk LPG Fittings
– Gas Leak Detectors
– Pressure Gauges
– Pressure Regulating Systems / Gas Trains
– Pigtails & Hoses
– Gas Regulators
– Shut Off Valves
– Gas Flow Meters
We commenced operations by supplying to the local Pune market, today we take pride in announcing that our products have reached every continent of the globe. It is our constant endeavor to bring more and more quality products to our customers in global markets faster and more economically than any of our competitors.
How is Pune Gas making an impact towards providing solutions right from installation to servicing and maintenance? Please brief.
At Pune Gas, our goal is to be the preferred business partner to commercial & industrial consumers using gas for all their heating applications by providing innovative and sustainable solutions responsibly to reduce the operational impact on the environment, consistently demonstrating top-class delivery to satisfy and delight all customers, and forging relationships with a high level of integrity that add value to all stakeholders.
All our technicians are trained in technical aspects of gas engineering & safety standards. Our core team has strong exposure to global best practices. Every technical supervisor & project leader is equipped with a minimum of 1000 hours of gas industry experience. Standard operating procedures are followed at all levels of business.
Projects are undertaken on a turnkey basis, to provide expert guidance right from planning, manufacturing, and commissioning – according to the client’s specific requirements. In the industrial sector, our legacy to provide the best quality equipment along with the highest levels of workmanship have taken us to greater heights.
Please brief us about the ongoing trends and current market overview of the Indian gas industry.
India is the 3rd highest consumer of LPG in the world. The three Govt. PSU companies, i.e. IOCL, BPCL, and HPCL dominate the LPG supply market in India. Smaller Private LPG supply companies such as SHV Supergas, Total Gas, Reliance, etc are also present. The coverage of LPG in India is also quite widespread and covers 99.4% of the country. LPG is transported to customers via cylinder or tank trucks. There are more than 25,000 LPG distributors in the country. However, 90% of the LPG consumed is used for household cooking, and only 10% is used for commercial/industrial purposes. The government is promoting LPG as an industrial fuel and intends to increase this to 20% by 2030.
For Natural Gas, it has to be transported via gas pipelines across the country. GAIL is responsible for laying the Natural Gas pipelines across the country. GAIL then delivers the gas to a City Gas Distribution Companies such as MGL, IGL, MNGL, Adani Gas, Torrent Gas, Gujarat Gas, etc and they are responsible for laying the gas pipelines internally within the city and delivering gas to houses, and hotels, industries and set up CNG pumps for vehicles. By 2028, more than 90% of India’s geographical area shall have access to Natural Gas as a clean fuel. Currently, gas usage in India is only 8% compared to all other fuels, while the global average is 24%. The government wants to make India a gas-based economy and wants to increase the share from currently 8% to 12% by 2025 for gas as a fuel used across the country and then beyond that.
Please brief us about your expansion plan. If any.
Already serving customers across India, with our head office in Pune, we already have branch offices in Bangalore, Jaipur, Chandigarh, and Nagpur to cater to our customers. Within India, we plan to further expand and strengthen our presence in the NCR region, Chennai, Hyderabad, Gujarat, and Kolkata.
Going forward we intend to expand our offerings in other export markets as well such as the Middle East / Gulf, Eastern & Southern Africa.
Target countries for immediate future expansion are Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, UAE, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Uganda, and South Africa.