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December 17, 2018, Monday

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

Coal India’s CCL Says 17 Coal Mining Projects Facing Delays

Coal India’s CCL Says 17 Coal Mining Projects Facing Delays

Central Coalfields Ltd (CCL), a unit of Coal India Ltd, says its 17 out of the 21 ongoing mining projects worth Rs 4,095.5 crore are facing delays due to various reasons including non-grant of green clearances.

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Coal Miners Gain From Contract Labour

Coal Miners Gain From Contract Labour

Four decades after nationalisation, 3.36 lakh workers in state-owned Coal India Ltd (CIL) and Singareni Collieries Company Ltd (SCCL) are a happy lot.

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Fuelled By Steel Production, Coking Coal Imports May Climb To 58 Mt By 2023

Fuelled By Steel Production, Coking Coal Imports May Climb To 58 Mt By 2023

Imports of coking coal in the country is seen rising to 58 million tonnes (mt) by 2023, appreciating 23 per cent over the 47-mt recorded in 2017-18.

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Telangana To Be Power-full By 2019, Says Central Electricity Authority

Telangana To Be Power-full By 2019, Says Central Electricity Authority

It will take one more year for Telangana state to become a power surplus State.

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U.S. Imposes 50% Preliminary Anti-dumping Duty On Indian Metal Pipes

U.S. Imposes 50% Preliminary Anti-dumping Duty On Indian Metal Pipes

The U.S. has announced hefty preliminary anti-dumping duties on metal pipes imported from India, China and four other countries in an aggressive tactic by the Trump administration to protect the American industry and lower the trade deficit.

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REI 2018 Expo To Attract USD 1 Bn Investment In Clean Energy

REI 2018 Expo To Attract USD 1 Bn Investment In Clean Energy

India's clean energy sector is expected to attract additional investments worth USD 1 billion (Rs 6,987 crore) during the renewable energy expo in Greater Noida next month, an official said today.

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Siemens Gamesa Commissions 3.375 MW Project For NTPC

Siemens Gamesa Commissions 3.375 MW Project For NTPC

Siemens Gamesa, a renewable energy company, on Wednesday announced commissioning of 3.375 MW of wind-solar hybrid power pilot project for NTPC.

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State Of Indian Economy: Is It Time To Go Bearish?

State Of Indian Economy: Is It Time To Go Bearish?

Less than a year to the general election is a tricky time for setting a stable economic narrative. The government will glorify its achievements.

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Congress Alleges Gujarat Govt Trying To Benefit Power Companies

Congress Alleges Gujarat Govt Trying To Benefit Power Companies

The Congress today questioned the Gujarat Government's decision to form a panel for resolving the issues faced by imported-coal-based power projects, alleging it was being done to favour select business houses and would adversely affect consumers in several states.

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India Oil Import Costs Set To Rise As Iran US Sanctions Kick In

India Oil Import Costs Set To Rise As Iran US Sanctions Kick In

US sanctions against Iranian oil exports take effect on 4 November, but the impact is already starting to show.

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Alinz, Petrocard Tie Up To Make Portable Petrol Pumps In India

Alinz, Petrocard Tie Up To Make Portable Petrol Pumps In India

Alinz Portable Petrol Pumps said on Wednesday that it has tied up with Czech firm Petrocard to set up four manufacturing units in India to make machines for such pumps at an investment of ₹1,600 crore.

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Assam: Oil Tanker Workers To Go On Indefinite Stir Against Syndicate

Assam: Oil Tanker Workers To Go On Indefinite Stir Against Syndicate

Despite requests by Assam Government and oil firms, the Assam Petroleum Mazdoor Union (APMU) on Tuesday said it will go ahead with an indefinite strike from August 27 against alleged syndicate in Digboi terminal.

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India Seeks Revision In Price Of Gas Via TAPI Line

India Seeks Revision In Price Of Gas Via TAPI Line

India has sought re-negotiation of the natural gas price it is to source through a proposed $10 billion Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) pipeline due to slump in global energy markets, a top source said.

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Fire Breaks Out At Essar Operated Chemical Plant In United Kingdom

Fire Breaks Out At Essar Operated Chemical Plant In United Kingdom

A fire which broke out at a Shell-owned chemical plant on the same site as Essar Oil UK's Stanlow refinery in northwestern England on Wednesday has been extinguished.

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Govt imposes restrictions on import of bio-fuels

Govt imposes restrictions on import of bio-fuels

The government has imposed restriction on import of bio-fuels including ethyl alcohol and other denatured spirits, bio-diesel, petroleum oils and oils obtained from bituminous minerals other than crude, through an amendment in import policy.

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Why petrol and diesel prices can touch an all-time high again

Why petrol and diesel prices can touch an all-time high again

Fuel prices in India are once again inching up. After touching an-all time high of Rs 86.24 on May 29, petrol in Mumbai had come down to Rs 82.94 in the first week of July - Rs 3.30 down. However, gasoline price has once again shot up in the financial capital to Rs 85.

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Railways To Float Another Global Tender For Rails

Railways To Float Another Global Tender For Rails

In a bid to address the issue of paucity of rails, the Railway Ministry will soon float another global tender to meet the requirement, senior Railway Ministry officials said on Tuesday.

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Mumbai Local Train Update: Western Line Services Delayed, Techincal Problem At Bandra Station

Mumbai Local Train Update: Western Line Services Delayed, Techincal Problem At Bandra Station

Local train services on the Western line are running delayed by 20-25 minutes due to a technical problem at Bandra station. Slow line local trains are being diverted to the fast line.

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Eastern Railway Platforms All Set To Get Taller

Eastern Railway Platforms All Set To Get Taller

Yes no health drink but passengers problem has compelled eastern railway authority to take this decision.

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Painted with Madhubani art, Bihar Kranti Express to arrive tomorrow in New Delhi, details inside

Painted with Madhubani art, Bihar Kranti Express to arrive tomorrow in New Delhi, details inside

Painted with beautiful Mithila art, Bihar Sampark Kranti will arrive in the national capital tomorrow.

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Container Corporation of India inks pact with Kandla Terminal for rail access

Container Corporation of India inks pact with Kandla Terminal for rail access

Container Corporation of India (CONCOR) has inked a pact with KICTPL for providing rail access to container services. The commencement of rail service shall facilitate the shipping lines and customers to utilise Kandla Port as a gateway port for container business.

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To boost passenger safety, railways to induct 4410 LHB coaches in 2018-19

To boost passenger safety, railways to induct 4410 LHB coaches in 2018-19

In an effort to increase safety of its passengers, Indian Railways is set to induct 4410 Linke hoffman Busch (LHB) coaches with anti-collision technology -- which cause less fatalities -- instead of the current Integral Coach Factory (ICF) coaches during the current financial year.

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