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December 17, 2018, Monday

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

SECL produced record 144.71 million tonne coal last financial year

SECL produced record 144.71 million tonne coal last financial year

Coal India subsidiary South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL) produced a record 144.71 million tonnes (MT) of coal in 2017-18, according to its annual report. The production rose by 3.36 MT in 2017-18 against 140 MT in 2016-17.

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PTC India to ink medium term PPAs for 1900MW capacities under Govt's pilot scheme

PTC India to ink medium term PPAs for 1900MW capacities under Govt's pilot scheme

Power trading solutions provider PTC India would ink medium-term power purchase pacts for 1,900 MW coal-based power capacities in the next one month under a pilot scheme launched earlier this year, an official said.

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Power Projects Heading To NCLT May Get To Retain Fuel Supply Pacts

Power Projects Heading To NCLT May Get To Retain Fuel Supply Pacts

Stressed thermal assets that are referred to the insolvency court may retain their coal and power supply and long-term transmission network access rights.

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Mature Economies Accept Dependence On Coal-sourced Energy

Mature Economies Accept Dependence On Coal-sourced Energy

The rhetoric on turning the world into renewable energy-run planet is gradually going up in thin air.

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NTPC Arm To Begin 300 Mw Power Supply To Bangladesh From Midnight

NTPC Arm To Begin 300 Mw Power Supply To Bangladesh From Midnight

State-run power major NTPC's trading arm NVVN will begin power supply of 300 MW to Bangladesh from midnight Sunday.

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India Readies A Slew Of Power Sector Reforms

India Readies A Slew Of Power Sector Reforms

The government has readied a raft of power sector reforms, including implementing the direct benefit transfer (DBT) scheme in the electricity sector for better targeting of subsidies, freeing renewable energy from licensing requirement for generation and supply, and promoting retail competition.

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Fillip For Srei Power Plant

Fillip For Srei Power Plant

The thermal power plant of the Srei group at Haldia has eventually found a buyer, with West Bengal State Electricity Distribution Company agreeing to purchase 300 MW.

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Oil Prices Climb As U.S. Energy Firms Cut Rigs, Iran Sanctions Loom

Oil Prices Climb As U.S. Energy Firms Cut Rigs, Iran Sanctions Loom

Oil prices rose on Monday as the number of U.S. rigs drilling for new production was cut last week and as the market is expected to tighten once U.S. sanctions against Iran’s crude exports kick in from November.

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Fuel Price Continues To Rise: Petrol Hits Record High Of Rs 80.73 In Delhi, Rs 88.12 In Mumbai

Fuel Price Continues To Rise: Petrol Hits Record High Of Rs 80.73 In Delhi, Rs 88.12 In Mumbai

The fuel prices continued on its upward trajectory, with the price of Petrol touching Rs 80.73/litre in Delhi and Rs 88.12/litre in Mumbai.

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Maharashtra Government Tries To Get Fuel Under GST Ambit

Maharashtra Government Tries To Get Fuel Under GST Ambit

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Sunday said that the state government is working on various proposals to provide relief from the rising fuel prices.

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India: No Deal To Choose US Oil Over Iran’s; Price Alone Will Decide

India: No Deal To Choose US Oil Over Iran’s; Price Alone Will Decide

India is clear that commercial considerations will drive its crude oil imports from the US and that oil bought from Washington should not be seen as replacing Iranian petroleum.

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India's First Railway Varsity Starts Operations In Vadodara

India's First Railway Varsity Starts Operations In Vadodara

The first of its kind university in the country on the transport sector, the National Rail and Transportation Institute (NRTI), started operations this week.

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Marshals Outside Railway Stations To Clear Chaos

Marshals Outside Railway Stations To Clear Chaos

Troubled with congestion at the entrances of Delhi's major railway stations, Northern Railways has now outsourced traffic marshals who will be stationed outside the New Delhi, Old Delhi and Hazrat Nizamuddin stations from Monday, officials said.

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Over 55,000 Thefts Reported In Trains In Last Three And A Half Years: Railways Data

Over 55,000 Thefts Reported In Trains In Last Three And A Half Years: Railways Data

A total of 55,369 cases of theft and 1,570 robberies took place inside running trains in the last three and a half years, officials said on Sunday.

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Work In A Mission Mode: Modi To Rlys

Work In A Mission Mode: Modi To Rlys

Peeved by the tardy progress of some sectors in the railways, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has directed the Ministry of Railways to "work in a mission mode rather than on incremental progress".

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Modi, Hasina To Inaugurate Two Rail Projects On Monday

Modi, Hasina To Inaugurate Two Rail Projects On Monday

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladesh counterpart Sheikh Hasina will inaugurate the construction work of two railway projects through video-conferencing on Monday.

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