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July 20, 2018, Friday

Your Morning Newsletter In Energy And Infrastructure From Across The Media Space  

Delhi Power Dept Proposes Porta Meters For Tenants

Delhi Power Dept Proposes Porta Meters For Tenants

To help tenants who live in the capital avail the subsidy benefits, power department has floated a proposal to provide the option of installing portable electricity meters for those living in rented accommodations.

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Govt To Scrap Subsidy For Private Electric Cars

Govt To Scrap Subsidy For Private Electric Cars

The Centre plans to scrap cash incentives currently offered to buyers of electric cars despite having incentivised these clean fuel technologies till just a few months back.

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Boosting Energy Security

Boosting Energy Security

The initiative by the NITI (National Institution for Transforming India) Aayog to promote the production and use of methanol as transportation and cooking fuel is a positive move that can serve both the energy- and environment-related objectives in one go.

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Bankers Put 6,500 Mw Power Plants On Sale

Bankers Put 6,500 Mw Power Plants On Sale

Financial institutions are in the process of selling off power plants of aggregate capacity of 6,500 megawatt (MW) even as the government is looking to assuage the stress in the power sector.

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More Than 20 Nations Seek Lead In Setting Tougher Climate Goals

More Than 20 Nations Seek Lead In Setting Tougher Climate Goals

More than 20 nations ranging from Germany, France and Britain to Pacific island states said on Thursday they planned to "lead from the front" in setting new, tougher goals by 2020 to cut greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris climate agreement.

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Enough Scope In RBI Circular For Resolution Of Bad Loans: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

Enough Scope In RBI Circular For Resolution Of Bad Loans: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley

The finance ministry held a crucial meeting with stakeholders of the power sector on Thursday to discuss ways to address issues faced by stressed power plants.

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Sembcorp Lowest Bidder For Bangladesh Power Supply Tender

Sembcorp Lowest Bidder For Bangladesh Power Supply Tender

Sembcorp Energy India is set to bag a tender for supply of 250 megawatts of electricity to Bangladesh after it bid the lowest tariff.

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India To Provide USD 51 Million Development Aid To Suriname

India To Provide USD 51 Million Development Aid To Suriname

India will extend a Line of Credit of USD 31 million and a concessional financing of USD 20 million to Suriname as the two countries agreed to strengthen their economic relations and development partnership after President Kovind held talks with his Surinamese counterpart Desire Delano Bouterse.

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UK-india Week 2018 : 'Modi Taking Prudent Decisions, Not Bothered About Elections,' Says Goyal

UK-India Week 2018 : 'Modi Taking Prudent Decisions, Not Bothered About Elections,' Says Goyal

Union Minister Piyush Goyal asserted that PM Narendra Modi was not bothered about elections while taking a prudent decision for India. He was addressing delegates in 'Global Investment Forum' held as a part of UK-India Week 2018 in Buckinghamshire.

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Opec To Set Tone For Oil Price Course Today

Opec To Set Tone For Oil Price Course Today

Oil prices continued to fall on Thursday in India even as Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and its allies meet in Vienna today to decide whether to boost oil production or not in view of the current supply shortage.

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Crude Oil Production Drops 3 Pc In May

Crude Oil Production Drops 3 Pc In May

India's crude oil production dropped 3 per cent to just over 3 million tonnes in May on the back of dip in output from fields operated by state-owned ONGC.

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Punjab Markfed Signs Pact With HPCL For Supply Of Lubricants To Farmers

Punjab Markfed Signs Pact With HPCL For Supply Of Lubricants To Farmers

Punjab Markfed today signed a pact with Hindustan Petroleum Corp (HPCL) for supply of lubricants to farmers through cooperative societies.

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Iran 'ready For Deal' With Other OPEC Countries: Minister

Iran 'ready For Deal' With Other OPEC Countries: Minister

Iran's oil minister said on Thursday that the country is ready to reach agreement with the other members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) bloc.

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OPEC's Challenge - To Pump More Oil And Keep Deal In Place

OPEC's Challenge - To Pump More Oil And Keep Deal In Place

For OPEC, over-compliance with its oil supply-cutting deal is a nice problem to have.

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OPEC Edges Closer To Raising Oil Output, Iran's Agreement Is Key

OPEC Edges Closer To Raising Oil Output, Iran's Agreement Is Key

OPEC edged closer on Thursday towards raising oil output, with Iran softening its opposition to an increase and Saudi Arabia warning of supply shortages and price rallies if production remained stable.

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China To Reduce U.S. Oil Imports Post-sept Amid Trade Spat - Sources

China To Reduce U.S. Oil Imports Post-sept Amid Trade Spat - Sources

Chinese oil buyers will keep taking crude from the United States through September, but plan to reduce future purchases to avoid a likely import tariff amid a trade spat between the world's two largest economies, multiple industry sources said.

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Special Booking Facility For Army Misused: Railway Probe

Special Booking Facility For Army Misused: Railway Probe

Train journeys worth Rs 2 crore were undertaken illegally by misusing a special booking facility extended to the Army in Lucknow Cantonment, a railway investigation has found.

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App Comfort For Train Passengers

App Comfort For Train Passengers

There's good news for train passengers travelling on unreserved tickets.

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No Hike In Mumbai AC Local Train Fare Till Dec 24

No Hike In Mumbai AC Local Train Fare Till Dec 24

There will be no hike in AC suburban train fares on Western Railway till December 24.

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RPF Celebrates International Yoga Day

RPF Celebrates International Yoga Day

Around 100 Railway Protection Force (RPF) personnel performed yoga here on Thursday as part of the International Yoga Day celebrations.

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Metro Lessons

Metro Lessons

In the last week of May, Delhi Metro added a new corridor, extending its coverage by more than 25 km. The rail transit system’s network today spans 277 km of the National Capital Region (NCR).

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Goel Reviews NE Projects

Goel Reviews NE Projects

Union minister of state for statistics and programme implementation Vijay Goel on Thursday asked officials of central sector infrastructure schemes to pull up their socks to meet project deadlines.

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Agra Division To Implement Train Captain Scheme Within A Week: Official

Agra Division To Implement Train Captain Scheme Within A Week: Official

To ensure safety of passengers and hassle-free travel, the Indian Railway's Agra Division would implement 'Train Captain' scheme within a week, an official said today.

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Indian Railways Opens Up 9 Consultant Positions. Here's How To Apply

Indian Railways Opens Up 9 Consultant Positions. Here's How To Apply

The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has invited applications for temporary consultant position for retired staff at nine locations in India.

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Indian Railways Acts To Boost Revenue Without Fare Hike: Here’s The Masterplan

Indian Railways Acts To Boost Revenue Without Fare Hike: Here’s The Masterplan

Indian Railways is working on a plan to increase its revenue in passenger segment. Interestingly, in the process, it is not going to increase passenger fares.

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