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December 17, 2018, Monday

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

SMEs in Trichy seek Rs 1,500 crore bailout package

SMEs in Trichy seek Rs 1,500 crore bailout package

Underlining critical position of the debt-ridden small and medium enterprises -relying on BHEL Trichy, Tamil Nadu boilers association sought a bailout package from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to prevent the industries from being auctioned by the banks, here on Friday.

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Power plants not lifting coal, contractual supply steady, says government report

Power plants not lifting coal, contractual supply steady, says government report

Power plants which are shut due to coal shortage are themselves responsible for low fuel stocks as Coal India (CIL) has already supplied contracted quantities to these generation units, the coal ministry said on Friday. As per the latest government data

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Rajasthan: One power source likely to affect routine works

Rajasthan: One power source likely to affect routine works

From Saturday, for the next 10 days, electricity supply of major government offices including state’s most important SMS Hospital and Secretariat will be on a single source. This will happen because Rajasthan State Vidyut Prasaran Nigam (RVPN) will be shifting 132 KV double circuit line tower.

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West Bengal to produce 350 MW solar power by 2019; state in the last leg of 100% electrification:Minister

West Bengal to produce 350 MW solar power by 2019; state in the last leg of 100% electrification:Minister

West Bengal will generate at least 350 MW of solar power by 2019 as part of its efforts to source one fourth of its total power requirement from renewables.

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Maharashtra: One arm of govt snubs solar power, another renews subsidy

Maharashtra: One arm of govt snubs solar power, another renews subsidy

The state government does not seem to have a coherent policy on solar rooftop systems. On one hand, MSEDCL wants to discourage them by proposing to levy a surcharge and going in for gross metering instead of net and on the other,

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HC questions SFIO's procedure in probe into Bhushan Steel and arrest of former promoter

HC questions SFIO's procedure in probe into Bhushan Steel and arrest of former promoter

The Delhi High Court today questioned the procedure followed by the Serious Fraud Investigation Office (SFIO) in its probe against Bhushan Steel and the arrest of the company's erstwhile promoter Neeraj Singal, as the agency registered a case only after his arrest for allegedly siphoning off funds worth over Rs 20 billion.

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Nippon Steel sees India as most promising market: Executive

Nippon Steel sees India as most promising market: Executive

Japan's top steelmaker Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corp sees India as the most promising market and wants to become "an insider" to capitalise on growth of the world's third-biggest steel market, a senior executive said.

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India's coal projects in pipeline shrink by 25% in six months: Report

India's coal projects in pipeline shrink by 25% in six months: Report

India’s pool of coal-fired power projects at the pre-construction stage has shrunk by 25 per cent, or 24,000 Mw, over the last six months, data by Global Coal Plant Tracker (GCPT) showed.

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India commissions first wind project connected to inter-state transmission system

India commissions first wind project connected to inter-state transmission system

The government today announced the country’s first wind power project connected to the Inter-State Transmission System was commissioned today by Ostro Kutch Wind Private Ltd in Gujarat.

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ONGC now looks to HPCL to fuel retail expansion plans

ONGC now looks to HPCL to fuel retail expansion plans

The impending merger of state-run Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd (HPCL) and Mangalore Refineries and Petrochemicals Ltd (MRPL) may put a break on MRPL’s fuel retailing expansion plans, leaving its parent Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd

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India’s crude oil production falls 5% in July, pushes crude import dependence to 82.3%

India’s crude oil production falls 5% in July, pushes crude import dependence to 82.3%

India’s domestic crude oil production fell more than five per cent in July to 2,896 thousand tonne (TMT) as compared to the corresponding month a year ago. This is primarily due to the fall in production from fields operated by Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) and joint venture (JV) players.

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Brent Crude Oil Price Tops $75 Per Barrel

Brent Crude Oil Price Tops $75 Per Barrel

The price of Brent crude oil has exceeded $75 per barrel for the first time since July 31, market data showed on Friday. As of 3:17 a.m. GMT, the Brent blend futures based on the light North Sea crude oil rose by 0.41 percent to trade at $75.04 per barrel.

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Asian spot LNG prices hit highest in over two months on tight supply

Asian spot LNG prices hit highest in over two months on tight supply

Asian spot liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices rose for the second straight week to their highest in over two months, buoyed by stable demand ahead of winter and as some producers curbed supply due to maintenance or disruption at plants.

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India Discusses With EU Ways to Bypass US Sanctions, Keep Buying Iranian Oil

India Discusses With EU Ways to Bypass US Sanctions, Keep Buying Iranian Oil

The United States is ramping up pressure on its allies in the world urging them to roll up their business ties with Iran and bring to naught their oil imports from the Islamic Republic.

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You'll reach Delhi from Mumbai via express highway in just 12 hours: Gadkari

You'll reach Delhi from Mumbai via express highway in just 12 hours: Gadkari

Union Surface Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari has expressed yet another ambitious plan. This time it's an express highway that will connect the national capital with the financial capital in just 12 hours.

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From next month the Indian Railways will start trials for semi-high speeds trains

From next month the Indian Railways will start trials for semi-high speeds trains

The Indian Railways will start trials for indigenously-built and much-awaited semi-high speed ‘Train 18’ from next month, a senior official of the ministry said, three months after its scheduled unveiling.

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Indian Railways Tatkal reservation: Rules and tips to know

Indian Railways Tatkal reservation: Rules and tips to know

For facilitating reservations on short notice, the Indian Railways offers online and offline Tatkal ticket booking service. Such bookings open at 10 AM for AC classes, and 11 AM for non-AC classes, one day in advance of the actual date of journey. Notably, 

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With Integrated Terminal For Bullet Train And Indian Railways Set To Come Up, Ahmedabad Metro Set To Start Trials In January

With Integrated Terminal For Bullet Train And Indian Railways Set To Come Up, Ahmedabad Metro Set To Start Trials In January

The northern terminal of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High Speed Rail (HSR) corridor, also known as the Bullet Train in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, will be linked to the existing Ahmedabad Junction railway station and the upcoming Kalupur metro station, reports The Times of India.

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Train 18: Indian Railways first engine-less train to replace fastest Shatabdi Express on Delhi-Bhopal route

Train 18: Indian Railways first engine-less train to replace fastest Shatabdi Express on Delhi-Bhopal route

Train 18, the first engine-less train of Indian Railways will replace India’s fastest Shatabdi Express! Financial Express Online learns that the trials for Train 18 will begin in October and given the fact that it will be a semi-high speed train, it will replace the Delhi-Bhopal Shatabdi Express train.

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Govt chalks out plans to overcome challenges in road-monetisation projects

Govt chalks out plans to overcome challenges in road-monetisation projects

To keep investors interested in road-monetisation projects, the Union government has chalked out plans to overcome some of its challenges that might deter favourable bids.

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Rlys to replace loss making AC II-tier coaches in premium trains with AC-III

Rlys to replace loss making AC II-tier coaches in premium trains with AC-III

In a bid to replace loss making AC II-tier coaches in premium trains like Rajdhanis and Durontos with AC-III tier, the Railway Board has given instructions to manufacture more such coaches.

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