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December 17, 2018, Monday

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

Traders Oppose Joint Venture On Ratle Hydropower Project

Traders Oppose Joint Venture On Ratle Hydropower Project

The J&K Socio-Economic Coordination Committee (JKSECC), an amalgam of 27 civil society and trade bodies, on Wednesday objected to the announcement of a joint venture on the Ratle Hydroelectric Power Project in the recent State Administrative Council (SAC) meeting.

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Ahd: Power Demand Hits Record 17,652MW

Ahd: Power Demand Hits Record 17,652MW

Increased demand in agriculture coupled with a rise in temperature has pushed up electricity consumption across Gujarat.

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BHEL Wins Orders Worth Rs 40,932 Cr In FY 18, Declares 91% Dividend

BHEL Wins Orders Worth Rs 40,932 Cr In FY 18, Declares 91% Dividend

State-run engineering major BHEL booked orders worth Rs 40,932 crore in 2017-18, registering 74 per cent jump from the previous financial year, its Chairman and Managing Director Atul Sobti said Wednesday.

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Emerging Asia's Top Power Firm Considers M&A Deals To Go Green

Emerging Asia's Top Power Firm Considers M&A Deals To Go Green

Tenaga Nasional Bhd., the most valuable listed utility company in emerging Asia, is looking to sell its gas-fired power plant in Pakistan as it pushes forward with a plan to rely more on renewable sources of energy.

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Renewable Energy Need For Sustainable Development: Bihar Energy Minister

Renewable Energy Need For Sustainable Development: Bihar Energy Minister

Bihar Energy Minister Bijendra Yadav on Wednesday said renewable energy is a need for sustainable development in view of global warming posing a big challenge worldwide.

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Minister Asks Bankers Not To Discriminate Against Indian Solar Manufacturers

Minister Asks Bankers Not To Discriminate Against Indian Solar Manufacturers

Responding to solar energy developers’ concerns over lenders mandating ‘BNEF Tier 1’-rated products in their projects for loan approval, power minister RK Singh on Wednesday asked bankers “not to discriminate against Indian manufacturers”.

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India Banks To Plan Resolving 1.4 Trillion Rupees Power Sector Debt

India Banks To Plan Resolving 1.4 Trillion Rupees Power Sector Debt

Lenders to India's power industry are scheduled to meet Thursday to discuss ways to resolve 1.4 trillion rupees (S$25.5 billion) of stressed assets that's hobbling the sector, people with knowledge of the matter said.

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Impose 50% Of Solar Tariff As Penalty For Not Buying Power: Developers To MNRE

Impose 50% Of Solar Tariff As Penalty For Not Buying Power: Developers To MNRE

Solar power developers have urged the power ministry to impose 50 percent tariff penalty on distribution companies that are not buying clean power despite their purchase agreements, sources said.

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India Puts Four More Nuclear Facilities Under IAEA Safeguards

India Puts Four More Nuclear Facilities Under IAEA Safeguards

India has decided to place four more reactors under the IAEA safeguards.

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Fuel price hike: Rates rise again; Here's how much you pay for petrol, diesel today

Fuel price hike: Rates rise again; Here's how much you pay for petrol, diesel today

After a one-day hiatus, the oil marketing companies (OMCs) has once again hiked the petrol prices in the country by 6 paise on Thursday. However, there were no changes in the diesel prices for the consecutive second day.

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No respite for common man: Petrol breaches 90-mark in Maharashtra

No respite for common man: Petrol breaches 90-mark in Maharashtra

Petrol prices on Thursday morning crossed the 90-mark in certain cities of Maharastra including Hingoli, Parbhani, Jintur, Majalgaon, Ghansavangi and Paranda. In Delhi and Mumbai

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Pay daily or we’ll turn off fuel supply: Oil companies to Air India

Pay daily or we’ll turn off fuel supply: Oil companies to Air India

Oil marketing companies have threatened to stop selling jet fuel to Air India unless it clears its fuel bill on a daily basis even as the national carrier’s dues to oil companies have crossed Rs 5,000 crore,

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Oil Firms Gear Up For 3-digit Price Display

Oil Firms Gear Up For 3-digit Price Display

Public sector oil companies are ready to change the present two-digit price display at fuel pumps if the petrol price hits ₹100 a litre.

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Amid Trade War, India Looks To Resume Oil Meal Export To China

Amid Trade War, India Looks To Resume Oil Meal Export To China

Amid the ongoing trade war between Beijing and Washington, an Indian business delegation on Wednesday held talks with Chinese oil meal importers as New Delhi looks to resume export of its crop banned by China in 2012.

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India In Touch With EU Over Alternative Payment Mechanism For Iran Oil Imports

India In Touch With EU Over Alternative Payment Mechanism For Iran Oil Imports

As the US sanctions on import of Iranian crude oil loom large, India is engaged with the European Union for an alternative channel for making payments to Tehran for buying petroleum products, sources said on Wednesday.

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Refiners To Pay Iran For Oil In Rupee

Refiners To Pay Iran For Oil In Rupee

Indian refiners will pay for oil from Iran in rupee, using UCO Bank and IDBI Bank, from November 4 when petroleum-related sanctions against the Islamic Republic take effect, according to people familiar with the matter.

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System based on radio waves: Railways to test European signalling system

System based on radio waves: Railways to test European signalling system

The Indian Railways has selected the 850-km route between Mathura and Vadodara to test the European Train Control System (ETCS) level 2, as part of the transporter’s plan to modernise the entire signalling system

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Railways to penalize food stalls overcharging customers

Railways to penalize food stalls overcharging customers

To address the complaints of passengers relating to overcharging on daily food items being sold by different food stalls and trolleys inside the station premises, the Northern Railways has released a set instructions to all food vendors

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205 Km New Rail Line Between Indore And Budni To Connect Backward Areas

205 Km New Rail Line Between Indore And Budni To Connect Backward Areas

The railways on Wednesday announced to construct a new rail line of 205 kilometre between Indore (Mangaliyagaon) and Budni. The estimated cost of this project is Rs3262 crore.

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Diamond-shaped Bullet Train Terminal At Surat

Diamond-shaped Bullet Train Terminal At Surat

The terminal hub for the Ahmedabad-Mumbai bullet train project in Surat will be designed on the theme of ‘diamond,’ gelling with the city’s identity of being world’s largest diamond manufacturing and polishing hub.

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