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October 20, 2018, Saturday

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

Coal Blocks Scam: ED Attaches Assets Worth Rs 101 Crores Of Maharashtra Firm

Coal Blocks Scam: ED Attaches Assets Worth Rs 101 Crores Of Maharashtra Firm

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has attached fresh assets worth Rs 101 crore of a Maharashtra-based firm in connection with its money laundering probe in the coal scam case, the agency said today.

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SB Energy, Acme Solar And ReNew Power Biggest Winners In SECI Mega Auction Of 3000 MW

SB Energy, Acme Solar And ReNew Power Biggest Winners In SECI Mega Auction Of 3000 MW

SB Energy, the joint venture of Japan’s SoftBank, Taiwan’s Foxconn and Bharti Airtel, Acme Solar, a leading domestic solar developer, and the Sumant Sinha-led ReNew Power are the three biggest winners of the mega-solar auction of 3000 MW conducted by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) on Friday.

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Jaitley Explains Why India Will Become 5th Largest Economy

Jaitley Explains Why India Will Become 5th Largest Economy

Union Minister Arun Jaitley exuded confidence that India will pip Great Britain to become the fifth largest economy in the world next year if economic expansion continues at the projected rate.

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Puducherry's Power Tariff Less Compared To Other States: Minister

Puducherry's Power Tariff Less Compared To Other States: Minister

Puducherry's Minister of Agriculture R Kamalakannan on Friday said the power tariff in the union territory was lesser than that levied in the southern States of Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.

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Vedanta Offers Rs 2,500 Cr For GMR’s Chhattisgarh Thermal Power Plant

Vedanta Offers Rs 2,500 Cr For GMR’s Chhattisgarh Thermal Power Plant

Vedanta quoted the highest offer of Rs 2,500 crore for GMR’s 1,370-MW thermal power plant in Raikheda, Chhattisgarh, sources told FE.

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ACME Bags 600 MW Solar Power Project

ACME Bags 600 MW Solar Power Project

Independent power producer ACME Solar today said it has bagged 600 MW solar power project at SECI 3,000 MW Interstate Transmission System (ISTS) Solar bid.

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GUVNL Scraps 500MWa Wind Power Tender

GUVNL Scraps 500MW Wind Power Tender

Gujarat Urja Vikas Nigam Limited (GUVNL) scrapped a tender for procurement of 500MW of electricity generated from wind power. The auction, which has faced several delays since it was launched at the end of February, was scrapped due to certain issues raised by bidders.

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EESL Scraps Its Tender For 10,000 EVs Due To Non-availability Of Chargers For Luxury Cars

EESL Scraps Its Tender For 10,000 EVs Due To Non-availability Of Chargers For Luxury Cars

Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture of the public-sector units of the Ministry of Power and the Government of India, has scrapped the second tender to procure 10,000 electric vehicles (EVs) to be used by government departments and agencies.

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U.S. Steel Tariff May Impact India Indirectly: Minister

U.S. Steel Tariff May Impact India Indirectly: Minister

Union Steel Minister Chaudhary Birender Singh on Friday said the 25% tariff imposed by the U.S. on steel import can ‘indirectly’ affect the domestic sector.

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Bribery Abetment Charge Against Naveen Jindal In Coal Case

Bribery Abetment Charge Against Naveen Jindal In Coal Case

A special CBI court on Friday ordered framing of an additional abetment of bribery charge against Congress MP and industrialist Naveen Jindal in connection with a case of alleged irregularities in the allocation of a coal block in Jharkhand.

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India Tops List Of Scrapped Coal Projects In Pipeline Since 2010 - Study

India Tops List Of Scrapped Coal Projects In Pipeline Since 2010 - Study

Business Standard reported that India’s ambitious strides in decarbonization and the transition to renewable power have seen her emerging as a country with the most number of coal-based generation projects cancelled between 2010 and 2017.

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Can Petrol, Diesel Prices Be Made Same For Four Wheelers: SC Asks Centre

Can Petrol, Diesel Prices Be Made Same For Four Wheelers: SC Asks Centre

The Supreme Court on Friday directed the Centre to apprise it as to whether petrol and diesel can have an equal pricing for four wheelers and private cars after the Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) said pollution from diesel vehicles was a cause of concern.

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Oil Rises But Declines For The Week As Supply Concerns Ease

Oil Rises But Declines For The Week As Supply Concerns Ease

Oil prices rose about 1 percent on Friday as strike actions in Norway and Iraq hit supplies, but futures were set for a second straight week of decline after Libyan ports reopened and on the view that Iran might still export some crude despite U.S. sanctions.

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Pricey Crude Oil Widens Trade Deficit For India

Pricey Crude Oil Widens Trade Deficit For India

The country’s trade deficit continued to widen in June, with rising export growth mitigated by an even higher rise in imports fueled by costlier oil.

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Oil at $250 a barrel? How we could get there, and India's quandary

Oil at $250 a barrel? How we could get there, and India's quandary

Earlier this week, most oil market watchers were startled when they came across reports that suggested oil prices could shoot to $250 a barrel. The prediction was made by Artem Avinov, leading analyst with TeleTrade, who was quick to add that it was a possibility and not a probability. But there are other scary forecasts doing the rounds.

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HPCL to automate all its pumping stations by December, confirms Hindustan Petroleum Executive Director

HPCL to automate all its pumping stations by December, confirms Hindustan Petroleum Executive Director

With an aim to ensure that right quantity and quality of fuel is dispensed at petrol stations, oil marketing company HPCL would automate all its petrol outlets by December, a top company official said here today.

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Iran says will ensure oil supplies to India by offering 'flexible measures'

Iran says will ensure oil supplies to India by offering 'flexible measures'

Iran will do its best to ensure security of oil supply to India by offering “flexible measures” to boost bilateral trade, a statement from Tehran’s embassy in New Delhi said.

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Central Railway Earns Rs. 59.36 Cr From Ticketless Travelers

Central Railway Earns Rs. 59.36 Cr From Ticketless Travelers

The Central Railway has registered record earnings of Rs. 59.36 crore from ticketless and irregular travellers for the period April to June.

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Delhi Metro's Magenta Line Services Hit During Evening Rush Hours

Delhi Metro's Magenta Line Services Hit During Evening Rush Hours

The Magenta Line (Janakpuri West-Botanical Garden) of Delhi Metro saw major disruptions during peak evening rush hour on Friday due to a technical snag.

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CCTV Shortage In Railways

CCTV Shortage In Railways

In Assam, out of 230 railway stations under the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR), only 12 stations have closed-circuit camera installations to keep continuous vigil on the movement of people.

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Bon Appetit, Says Railways

Bon Appetit, Says Railways

Hate train meals? Here's something that may placate your taste buds.

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Deshhit: New Automatic Cleaning Plant By Indian Railway To Save Water For Washing Trains

Deshhit: New Automatic Cleaning Plant By Indian Railway To Save Water For Washing Trains

New automatic cleaning plant launched by Indian Railway to save water for washing trains.

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Indian Railways Engine-less Train 18 To Roll Out Soon; At 160 Kmph, It Is Set To Revolutionise Travel

Indian Railways Engine-less Train 18 To Roll Out Soon; At 160 Kmph, It Is Set To Revolutionise Travel

Indian Railways high-speed, engine-less train set named Train 18 (T18) will be rolled out soon. The train set is manufactured in the Integral Coach Factory, Chennai and has been named as Train 18 in consonance with 2018, the year of its production.

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Mumbai: Diva Flyover Work To Start In October

Mumbai: Diva Flyover Work To Start In October

The work for the Diva railway flyover bridge is set to start by October this year. Once built, the bridge is expected to provide relief to motorists as well as improve the frequency of local trains from Diva.

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Lessons From Andheri Tragedy: Red Tape Gone, Priority Is Repairs

Lessons From Andheri Tragedy: Red Tape Gone, Priority Is Repairs

Call it the Gokhale Bridge effect: Railways has made fixing of infrastructural flaws, that could cost lives, a priority; paperwork will be filed later.

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