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October 20, 2018, Saturday

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

Winning Power Tariff Inches Up To Rs 2.77 Per Unit

Winning Power Tariff Inches Up To Rs 2.77 Per Unit

Wind power tariffs climbed in the latest auction of 1,200 MW of projects, reflecting concerns by developers over higher costs of transmission.

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Coal India Pushes Back 1 Billion Tonnes Output Target By 6 Years To 2026

Coal India Pushes Back 1 Billion Tonnes Output Target By 6 Years To 2026

Coal India (CIL) has officially pushed back a target to produce 1 billion tonnes annually by six years to 2026.

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Delhi Cabinet Approves Rooftop Solar Power For Group Housing Societies

Delhi Cabinet Approves Rooftop Solar Power For Group Housing Societies

The Delhi cabinet on Tuesday approved the ‘Mukhyamantri Solar Power Scheme’ to set up solar panels on rooftops of group housing societies in Delhi.

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Reverse Bidding In Renewable Sector To Continue: R K Singh

Reverse Bidding In Renewable Sector To Continue: R K Singh

The government will not accept any unreasonable bids for renewables like solar and wind and continue to conduct auctions via reverse bidding as it is transparent, Union Minister R K Singh said Tuesday.

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Eligibility Of ArcelorMittal, NuMetal Has To Be Decided By SC: Committee Of Creditors

Eligibility Of ArcelorMittal, NuMetal Has To Be Decided By SC: Committee Of Creditors

The Supreme Court will have to lift the "corporate veil" to test the eligibility of steel and mining major ArcelorMittal and Russia's VTB Bank-promoted firm NuMetal, which are bidding for Essar Steel, to ascertain the persons behind them, the Committee of Creditors said Tuesday.

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Lowest Tariff Of ₹2.76/kwh Wins SECI’s 1,200 MW Wind Auction

Lowest Tariff Of ₹2.76/kwh Wins SECI’s 1,200 MW Wind Auction

A winning tariff of ₹2.76 (~$0.038)/kWh emerged in the 1,200 MW Tranche-V wind auction conducted by the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI).

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Govt To Sell Its Stake In SJVN & Power Finance Corp For Rs 20,000 Crore: Report

Govt To Sell Its Stake In SJVN & Power Finance Corp For Rs 20,000 Crore: Report

The Centre plans to sell stake in hydropower producer SJVN and Power Finance Corporation to other public sector companies to net close to Rs 20,000 crore to help maintain its FY19 fiscal deficit target, sources told Bloomberg.

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India To Export Power To Bangladesh

India To Export Power To Bangladesh

India and Bangladesh on Tuesday discussed further collaboration in power sector, importing electricity from Tripura to Bheramara and exporting power from Bangladesh to India in future.

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Delhi Cabinet Approves Rooftop Solar Power For Group Housing Societies

Delhi Cabinet Approves Rooftop Solar Power For Group Housing Societies

The Delhi cabinet on Tuesday approved the ‘Mukhyamantri Solar Power Scheme’ to set up solar panels on rooftops of group housing societies in Delhi.

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Wienerberger India Sources 92% Power From Renewables

Wienerberger India Sources 92% Power From Renewables

Wienerberger India’s robotic plant producing over 70,000 large format hollow blocks each day for the fast-growing construction industry has moved to sustainable electricity sources such as wind and solar energy.

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Oil Hits 4-year High As OPEC, Russia Resist Output Rise To Offset US Sanctions Against Iran

Oil Hits 4-year High As OPEC, Russia Resist Output Rise To Offset US Sanctions Against Iran

Oil prices hit their highest since November 2014 on Tuesday, topping four-year highs from the previous day, as looming US sanctions against Iran and reluctance by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries to raise output supported markets.

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BP Sees Bigger Impact From Iran Oil Sanctions Than Last Round

BP Sees Bigger Impact From Iran Oil Sanctions Than Last Round

Sanctions on Iran’s crude sales are likely to put more pressure on the oil market than the last time, spurring volatility for the rest of the year, according to BP Plc Chief Executive Officer Bob Dudley.

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India Eases Oil Import Rules As It Seeks To Cut Costs: Report

India Eases Oil Import Rules As It Seeks To Cut Costs: Report

India has for the first time allowed state refiners to buy 35 percent of their oil imports in tankers arranged by the seller, a document reviewed by Reuters showed, enabling them to swiftly tap cheaper cargoes.

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India Is Cutting Imports Of Iranian Oil To Zero In November

India Is Cutting Imports Of Iranian Oil To Zero In November

India is not planning to buy any crude oil from Iran in November, raising the prospect that Tehran will lose another major customer as U.S. sanctions hit.

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Will The US Sanctions On Iran Decide The Fate Of Oil In India?

Will The US Sanctions On Iran Decide The Fate Of Oil In India?

Brent crude prices have gone up by around 22 per cent since the start of the year. Rupee has also depreciated against the dollar by around 15 per cent and petrol prices in Delhi have increased by around 18 per cent.

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Southern Railway Launches India’s First Roadrailer Train

Southern Railway Launches India’s First Roadrailer Train

With spiralling fuel prices and high cost of goods transportation, Southern Railway on Tuesday launched commercial operation of India’s first RoadRailer train, a bimodal vehicle which will run as semi-trailer truck on road and as a wagon on rail.

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No Payment From JICA For Bullet Train Project Is Pending: NHSRCL

No Payment From JICA For Bullet Train Project Is Pending: NHSRCL

No payment from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) for India's bullet train project is pending, National High Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) said on Tuesday, amidst reports that the agency had stopped its funding for the project following various issues raised by farmers.

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Phase-I Metro Rail To Be Completed By Next Year; Rs 13,000 Cr Spent By L&T MRHL So Far

Phase-I Metro Rail To Be Completed By Next Year; Rs 13,000 Cr Spent By L&T MRHL So Far

The First phase of 72-kms Hyderabad metro Rail stretch except 5.

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Letter Threatening To Blow Up Railway Stations Found At Ambala Railway Station

Letter Threatening To Blow Up Railway Stations Found At Ambala Railway Station

The station director at the Ambala Cantonment railway station on Tuesday received a threat letter purportedly from LeT area commander Molvi Abbu Bukhari Kishtwar Kashmir, Karachi, Pakistan, to blow up railway stations and religious places in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

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Hope India Joins Rail Project In Afghanistan, Says Uzbek Envoy

Hope India Joins Rail Project In Afghanistan, Says Uzbek Envoy

Special envoy of Uzbekistan President, Ilhom Nematov, expressed hope that India will participate in the construction of a rail project in Afghanistan.

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A Waste-free Delhi Railway Station

A Waste-free Delhi Railway Station

With over 4500 stations across India, the Indian Railways is the most linked in transport network in the world.

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Indian Railways To Allow IRCTC To Set Up Food Stalls On Platforms

Indian Railways To Allow IRCTC To Set Up Food Stalls On Platforms

Big relief for train passengers! Indian Railways will allow Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) to set up stalls and sell food on railway station platforms

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