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November 20, 2018, Tuesday

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

JSWEnergy Q2 Net Profit Up 6.3% To Rs 316 Crore

JSWEnergy Q2 Net Profit Up 6.3% To Rs 316 Crore

JSW Energy on Friday posted a 6.3 per cent increase in consolidated net profit to about Rs 316 crore in the quarter ended September 30, 2018.

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West Bengal Government Looks To Sell 30% Of Coal Output In Open Market

West Bengal Government Looks To Sell 30% Of Coal Output In Open Market

The West Bengal government is keen on entering commercial coal mining and intends to sell 25% to 30% of its output in the open market from the world’s second largest block allotted to the state earlier this year.

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Chennai-based VA Tech Wabag Bags Rs 1,000 Crore EPC Contract From Saudi Arabia

Chennai-based VA Tech Wabag Bags Rs 1,000 Crore EPC Contract From Saudi Arabia

VA Tech Wabag, a pure-play water technology company, has won an EPC (engineering, procurement and construction) order worth 0.5 billion Saudi riyals (approx Rs 1,000 crore) from the Power and Water Utility Company for Jubail and Yanbu (MARAFIQ) in Saudi Arabia.

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Southeast Asia's Renewables Held Back By Policy Inaction: IRENA

Southeast Asia's Renewables Held Back By Policy Inaction: IRENA

Southeast Asia is a potential hotspot for renewable energy, yet the region has not met expectations because it lacks policy frameworks that would encourage investment, the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) told Reuters.

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PPC To Get Binding Bids For Coal-fired Plants By Dec. 15- Minister

PPC To Get Binding Bids For Coal-fired Plants By Dec. 15- Minister

Greek power utility Public Power Corp. (PPC) will receive binding bids for three coal-fired plants and a license for a new one by the middle of next month, the country's energy minister said on Friday.

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Many Housing Societies Opting For ‘Cost Effective’ Solar Power

Many Housing Societies Opting For ‘Cost Effective’ Solar Power

Solar panels are the in-thing for housing societies in the smart city in the making these days.

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Coal India Looks To Raise Rs 64 Crore From CIL Stake Sale To Staff

Coal India Looks To Raise Rs 64 Crore From CIL Stake Sale To Staff

The Centre hopes to raise at least Rs 64 crore from Coal India employees through a separate 0.5% stake sale that would be hit the market during second week of November.

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Coal India’s Supplies To Power Sector Up 22 MTs In April-october

Coal India’s Supplies To Power Sector Up 22 MTs In April-october

Coal India supplied 22.20 million tonnes extra coal to the power sector during April-October 2018 against the previous corresponding period.

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Electricity Trade In South Asian Could Grow Up To 60,000 Mw Through 2045

Electricity Trade In South Asian Could Grow Up To 60,000 Mw Through 2045

Cross-border electricity trade in the South-Asian region has the potential to grow to 60,000 Mw through 2045 with the likely strengthening of regional power cooperation among countries including India, Bhutan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Myanmar.

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Siemens Gamesa India Bags 176 Mw Wind Turbine Orders From Renew Power

Siemens Gamesa India Bags 176 Mw Wind Turbine Orders From Renew Power

Renewable energy (wind and solar) major Siemens Gamesa India has bagged two wind power orders from ReNew Power, totalling 176.8 MW.

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L&T Eyes Pie Of $200 Bn Solar Power Project In Saudi Arabia

L&T Eyes Pie Of $200 Bn Solar Power Project In Saudi Arabia

Engineering and construction conglomerate Larsen & Toubro (L&T) is planning to bid for an EPC contract for a section of the $200 billion solar project in Saudi Arabia to be built with the backing of Japan’s SoftBank.

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Energy rates fall on exchanges as monsoon boosts hydel power output

Japan To Lend Rs 1,817 Cr For Hydel Power Project In Bengal

India and Japan on Friday signed a Rs 1,817 crore loan agreement for the construction of the Turga pumped storage hydel power project at Purulia in West Bengal, an official statement said.

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Data Centre Operator, Netmagic To Build 100-MW Captive Solar Power Plant

Data Centre Operator, Netmagic To Build 100-MW Captive Solar Power Plant

IT infrastructure provider, Netmagic is set to work on India’s largest captive solar power plant to meet the increasing power demand for its data centres in Mumbai.

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US To Allow 8 Countries To Continue Buying Iran Oil After Sanctions On Nov 5: Pompeo

US To Allow 8 Countries To Continue Buying Iran Oil After Sanctions On Nov 5: Pompeo

The US has agreed to temporarily allow eight countries to continue buying Iranian oil after it reimposes crippling sanctions on Tehran on November 5, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Friday, citing "significant reductions" in imports of oil from the Persian Gulf nation.

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India's Petronet, ONGC Videsh Eye Stake In Tellurian Project

India's Petronet, ONGC Videsh Eye Stake In Tellurian Project

India's Petronet LNG and ONGC Videsh are jointly in talks about buying a stake in Tellurian Inc's proposed Driftwood project in Louisiana, Petronet's managing director said on Friday.

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Global LNG: Asian Spot Price Flat As Bloated Storage Deters Trades

Global LNG: Asian Spot Price Flat As Bloated Storage Deters Trades

Asian spot prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG) were flat this week, at two-month lows, as bloated storage levels in the region left cargoes stranded and deterred trade.

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France, Germany, UK, EU Condemn New US Iran Sanctions

France, Germany, UK, EU Condemn New US Iran Sanctions

France, Germany, Britain and the European Union issued a joint condemnation Friday of the US move to place fresh sanctions on the Iranian economy, vowing to protect European companies doing "legitimate" business with Tehran.

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Fuel Prices Slashed: Petrol At Rs 78.99 Per Litre In Delhi; Diesel At Rs 73.53 Per Litre

Fuel Prices Slashed: Petrol At Rs 78.99 Per Litre In Delhi; Diesel At Rs 73.53 Per Litre

Strengthening rupee and weakening global crude oil prices have once again brought respite to daily commuters in Daily as the petrol prices were dropped to Rs 78.99 per litre on Saturday.

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Iran Dismisses Fresh US Curbs, Says It Can Manage Economy

Iran Dismisses Fresh US Curbs, Says It Can Manage Economy

Iran said on Friday it had no concerns over the reimposition of new US. sanctions on the country's vital oil and financial sectors, expected to be announced by Washington on Nov. 4.

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Unavailability Of Iranian Crude Would Pose And "Extremely Tough Call": Indian Oil Corp Chairman

Unavailability Of Iranian Crude Would Pose And "Extremely Tough Call": Indian Oil Corp Chairman

Days before US sanctions targeting Iran’s oil trade take effect, Sanjiv Singh, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of India's largest fuel retailer Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has said unavailability of Iranian crude in the global market will be a tough situation not only for India but for the whole world.

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Global Oil Supply In 2019 Make It Easier To Cut Iran Oil: U.S. Official

Global Oil Supply In 2019 Make It Easier To Cut Iran Oil: U.S. Official

The U.S. believes that global oil supplies will exceed demand next year making it easier for countries to cut Iranian oil imports to zero, a senior U.S. official said on Friday as Washington prepares to reimpose sanctions on Iran.

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IOC Hopes Of US Waiver To Continue Buying Oil From Iran

IOC Hopes Of US Waiver To Continue Buying Oil From Iran

Indian Oil Corp (IOC), the country's biggest buyer of Iranian oil, Friday hoped that the US will give waiver to the company for continuing import of oil from the Persian Gulf nation.

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Railways Gears Up To Streamline Crowd

Railways Gears Up To Streamline Crowd

The Danapur division of East Central Railway has worked out a “crowd management” plan to handle rush of passengers during Chhath.

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Railways Drive Leaves Just 77 Unmanned Level Crossings

Railways Drive Leaves Just 77 Unmanned Level Crossings

The railways have eliminated a large number of unmanned level crossings over broad gauge lines as it stepped up its drive to enhance safety across the network.

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Wr Revokes Order To Cancel Halts Of 6 Trains At Jogeshwari

Wr Revokes Order To Cancel Halts Of 6 Trains At Jogeshwari

Western Railway Friday withdrew its order to cancel halts of six suburban trains at Jogeshwari station in northern Mumbai following protests from commuters.

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Railways Agrees To Probe Amritsar Train Tragedy After Initially Ruling Out Any Investigation

Railways Agrees To Probe Amritsar Train Tragedy After Initially Ruling Out Any Investigation

The Chief Commissioner of Railway Safety will probe the Amritsar tragedy in which 60 Dussehra revellers were mowed down by a passing train, the Indian Railways said on Friday, nearly two weeks after it had ruled out any investigation in the tragedy.

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