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November 21, 2018, Wednesday

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

Coal India Offers 5 Mt Coal To NTPC On Credit

Coal India Offers 5 Mt Coal To NTPC On Credit

Coal India has decided to offer an extra 5 million tonnes of coal to NTPC.

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Hydel Sector Needs Full Policy Overhaul: Experts

Hydel Sector Needs Full Policy Overhaul: Experts

With the Centre set to announce the new hydro power policy before 2019 general elections, industry experts believe that the proposals being currently discussed may not be enough to revive the sector.

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ReNew Wins Order To Set Up Floating Solar Power Plant

ReNew Wins Order To Set Up Floating Solar Power Plant

Renewable energy firm ReNew Power Ltd said Monday it has won a tender for developing a 3 MW floating solar power project in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh.

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CIL Offers Domestic Coal To Power Sector To Curtail Imports

CIL Offers Domestic Coal To Power Sector To Curtail Imports

Coal India Ltd (CIL), which is taking up "a series of steps" to increase the availability of domestic coal to power sector

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After Arcelor Essar Steel Bid Win, Billionaire Lakshmi Mittal Eyes Grand India Foray

After Arcelor Essar Steel Bid Win, Billionaire Lakshmi Mittal Eyes Grand India Foray

Lenders for Essar Steel India Ltd., the biggest steel mill on the block under India’s new bankruptcy law, have selected ArcelorMittal as the preferred bidder for the asset

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NCLAT Adjourns Suit Over Bhushan Power To Nov 1

NCLAT Adjourns Suit Over Bhushan Power To Nov 1

An appellate tribunal on Monday said that it will continue to hear the arguments in a lawsuit relating to Bhushan Power, in which Tata Steel and JSW Steel are competing, on November 1.

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Fuel Prices Decline For Sixth Straight Day; Petrol At Rs 81.34/l, Diesel Rs 74.85/l In Delhi

Fuel Prices Decline For Sixth Straight Day; Petrol At Rs 81.34/l, Diesel Rs 74.85/l In Delhi

Giving some relief to consumers, on Tuesday, petrol and diesel prices were again reduced by the state-run oil marketing companies (OMCs).

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Oil import bill for FY19 seen rising 42%; falling rupee cause for concern

Oil import bill for FY19 seen rising 42%; falling rupee cause for concern

The crude oil import bill for India is expected to increase by $37 billion to $125 billion during the current financial year (2018-19, or FY19) — a 42 per cent spike over the 2017-18 (FY18) bill of $88 billion.

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As Geopolitics Over Crude Intensifies, Energy-dependent India Could Be In For An Oil Shock

As Geopolitics Over Crude Intensifies, Energy-dependent India Could Be In For An Oil Shock

ars ago, I was in conversation with the late Maloy Krishna Dhar, retired Intelligence Bureau officer and best-selling author.

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Reliance, BP To Jointly Set Up 2,000 Petrol Pumps In India

Reliance, BP To Jointly Set Up 2,000 Petrol Pumps In India

British oil major BP Plc and Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) are planning to jointly set up as many as 2,000 petrol pumps in India over the next three years, according to two people aware of the development.

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Petrol Pump Strike For VAT Cut In Delhi Creates Chaos, Drivers Caught Unaware

Petrol Pump Strike For VAT Cut In Delhi Creates Chaos, Drivers Caught Unaware

Petrol pumps across the national capital were shut on Monday in protest against the Delhi government's refusal to cut sales tax (VAT) on petrol and diesel.

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Railways To Rename Its Cleaning Staff As "Housekeeping Staff"

Railways To Rename Its Cleaning Staff As "Housekeeping Staff"

Railways has decided to rename its cleaning staff from 'safaiwala' to 'housekeeping staff', but their scope of work and pay will remain the same, according to an order issued Monday to zonal railways.

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Indian Railways Offers Special Concessions For Students, 10 Things You Should Know

Indian Railways Offers Special Concessions For Students, 10 Things You Should Know

Indian Railways offers handsome discount on ticket fares to students travelling for certain purposes.

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Indian Railways Goes Big In Kerala: Plans Rs 50,000 Crore Kasaragod-Thiruvananthapuram Elevated High-speed Corridor

Indian Railways Goes Big In Kerala: Plans Rs 50,000 Crore Kasaragod-Thiruvananthapuram Elevated High-speed Corridor

In what will be one of its biggest infrastructure projects, Indian Railways is planning to build a Rs 50,000 crore high-speed elevated rail corridor from Kasargod to Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, Mint has reported.

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India, Myanmar Sign MoU Towards Sittwe Port Operationalisation

India, Myanmar Sign MoU Towards Sittwe Port Operationalisation

India and Myanmar signed an important MoU on Monday for the appointment of a private Port Operator for the Operation and Maintenance of Sittwe Port, Paletwa Inland Water Terminal and associated facilities

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Railways Rechristens Its 'safaiwalas' As 'housekeeping Staff'; Their Duties, Pay To Remain Same

Railways Rechristens Its 'safaiwalas' As 'housekeeping Staff'; Their Duties, Pay To Remain Same

Railways has decided to rename its cleaning staff from 'safaiwala' to 'housekeeping staff', but their scope of work and pay will remain the same, according to an order issued Monday to zonal railways.

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After Roads, HAM Projects Find Way For Sewage Treatment Plants For Ganga Cleaning

After Roads, HAM Projects Find Way For Sewage Treatment Plants For Ganga Cleaning

After reviving highway projects with newer hybrid annuity mode (HAM), the model is being used for sewage treatments plants aimed at checking pollution and cleaning Ganga with approval to 16 such projects, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari said Monday.

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AAP Government May Finally Clear Delhi Metro Phase-IV Plan In 10 Days

AAP Government May Finally Clear Delhi Metro Phase-IV Plan In 10 Days

Delhi metro’s phase IV, which has been long pending clearance with the Delhi government, may be approved by the state in the next 10 days, Times of India has reported.

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Govt Review Coastal Shipping Rule Relaxation: Nitin Gadkari

Govt Review Coastal Shipping Rule Relaxation: Nitin Gadkari

The shipping ministry will review the cabotage policy next year and introduce changes if Indian shipping lines have been adversely affected in the intervening period, Nitin Gadkari

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