• Successfully installed 4 nos x 550m HDPE pipes for OWF Project in Taiwan   • Successfully installed India's longest Intersection HDD: 6-inch steel pipe x 3558m at Brahmaputra River for Gail India Ltd   • Successfully installed under hard rock conditions 18"+6" x 2523m at Vashi Creek Navi Mumbai for BPCL   • Successfully installed 12+6-inch steel pipe x 3200m at Mahanadi River for Gail India Ltd

Job Stories

Bawana Nangal Pipeline Yamuna Nagar (HR), 36″ x 2000m HDD Crossing

A new Horizontal Directional Drill (HDD) under river crossing record has been set in terms of pipe diameter, pipe weight and length of crossing in India.

City Gas Distribution Network Allahabad (UP), 8″ x 2400m HDD Crossing

The Ganga is the most adorable river in India and is also a lifeline to millions of people who live along its course and depend on it for their daily needs.

Auraiya Babrala Pipeline Farrukhabad (UP) 24″+6″ x 2200m HDD Crossing

India’s Longest / Biggest HDD Crossing Record Auraiya-Babrala Pipeline Re-Routing Works 24″ +6″ x 2200 Meters across Ramganga River

Trenchless World Jan/Feb, 2013

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Ganga Kanpur Pipeline 12″+3″ x 1800m HDD Crossing

The main line was laid in the year 2000-01 between Lucknow and Kanpur to take multi products to feed Lucknow.

Mr Vipin Gupta

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professional engineer with over 30 years’ of experience in HDD industry
He started Trenchless Engineering services in the year 2000 and by year 2004 it was a full fudged specialised HDD service company.

He started Trenchless Engineering services in the year 2000 and by year 2004 it was a full fudged specialised HDD service company.

In October 2014, Trenchless Engineering Services Private Ltd (TESPL) of Delhi, India was awarded the project for Installation of Pipeline across Yamuna River near Yamuna Nagar, Haryana. GAIL (INDIA) Limited is the owner of this project.

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rossing of the mighty Maner River in India is a part of prestigious Mallavaram Bilwara pipeline project being undertaken by GSPC India Transco Limited (GITL) for the installation of an 18 in (457 mm) diameter pipe from the state of Telangana to Rajasthan state.

The main contract was signed between GITL and Kalpataru Power Transmission Limited (KPTL) after due diligence and based on past performance. KPTL on approval from GITL awarded the crossing works job to Trenchless Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. (TESPL) which was to install the pipeline using HDD methodology.

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n 2015, Contractor Trenchless Engineering Services Pvt. Ltd. (TESPL) set a new record in India for the vertical depth of a river crossing in rock using Horizontal Directional Drill (HDD). The installation was for a gas pipeline which was laid to a depth of 140 meters below ground level.

Trenchless Engineering Services, based in New Delhi, is the largest trenchless service provider company in India with over 2 decades of experience in the field for projects Oil and Gas, Water and Sewer, Power and Telecommunications. Clients have included GAIL India Ltd, Indian Oil Corporation Limited, Oil India Limited, ONGC Ltd.

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n October 2014, Trenchless Engineering Services Private Ltd (TESPL) of Delhi, India was awarded the project for Installation of Pipeline across Yamuna River near Yamuna Nagar, Haryana. GAIL (INDIA) Limited is the owner of this project. GAIL (INDIA) Limited has appointed Engineers India Limited (EIL) as their Project ManagementConsultant (PMC) for implementation of the Project

TESPLhas largest number ofHDD Rigs in Indiai.e. 14 numbers including Maxi Rigs ranging from 100 Ton to 400 Ton pulling capacity. TESPL has successfully installed in total of 85700 meters of Pipeline by HDD in India as well as overseas.

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renchless Engineering Services (TESPL) based in New Delhi, India was awarded a prestigious project 36 in (914 mm) diameter pipeline project in Taiwan consists of installing two crossings including:

  • A 36 in (914 mm) and 12 in (323 mm) and 6 in (150 mm) (22.4 mm wall thickness) gas pipe over a length of 1,800 m pipe bundle running parallel to the gas pipeline over a crossing distance of 1,962 m.

A 36 in (914 mm) diameter (22.4 mm wall thickness) gas pipe over a length of 1,570 m beneath the Da-Jia River using the Intersection Method.

  • The crossing was across sea channel with very limited space for coiling.
  • The drill profile had a 36o curve.