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MoPNG Minister opens medical oxyen plants set up by GAIL

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"If we want to give oxygen and content to our life, let us bypass the flamboyant bells and whistles of shallow pursuits and take delight in the appeasement of the emotional windfalls that crop up when we encounter the 'others' and engage in new mental adventures. ("Transcendental journey" )" ― Erik Pevernagie


MoPNG Minister opens medical oxyen plants set up by GAIL

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MoPNG Minister opens medical oxygen plants set up by GAIL

MoPNG Minister opens medical oxygen plants set up by GAIL

Thesynergyonline Corporate Bureau

NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 08 :

In a major step to increase availability of medical oxygen across the country, Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas & Housing and Urban Affairs, Mr Hardeep S Puri, inaugurated Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) medical oxygen generation plants installed in public health facilities by Oil and Gas PSUs. These included six PSA plants installed by GAIL (India) in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Karnataka.

Another six PSA medical oxygen plants were also inaugurated by local representatives at respective locations.

GAIL (India) has set up these plants at 12 government hospitals in four states - Uttar Pradesh (Auraiya, Prayagraj, Ayodhya, Lakhimpur Khiri, Kasganj), Madhya Pradesh (Guna, Panna, Sidhi, Bhind), Karnataka (Udupi, Bidar) and Rajasthan (Dholpur) - at a cost of over Rs 10 crores with a total capacity to the tune of 7,000 litres per minute. These are initiatives undertaken as part of GAIL's Corporate Social Responsibility.

MoPNG Minister opens medical oxyen plants set up by GAIL

"Hospital waits are bad ones. The fact that they happen to pretty much all of us, sooner or later, doesn't make them any less hideous. They're always just a little too cold. It always smells just a little bit too sharp and clean. It's always quiet, so quiet that you can hear the fluorescent lights - another constant, those lights - humming. Pretty much everyone else there is in the same bad predicament you are, and there isn't much in the way of cheerful conversation. And there's always a clock in sight. The clock has superpowers. It always seems to move too slowly. Look up at it and it will tell you the time. Look up an hour and a half later, and it will tell you two minutes have gone by. Yet it somehow simultaneously has the ability to remind you of how short life is, to make you acutely aware of how little time someone you love might have remaining to them."

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