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January 23, 2019, Wednesday

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

Unhappy Piyush Goyal asks Coal India to improve performance

Unhappy Piyush Goyal asks Coal India to improve performance

Coal minister Piyush Goyal has asked chairmen of Coal India and its subsidiaries to cancel all travel plans and focus on meeting sales and production targets as the government is not satisfied with the performance of these companies.

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NCLAT to hear government plea on IL&FS moratorium today

NCLAT to hear government plea on IL&FS moratorium today

The National Companies Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) will hear the government’s plea seeking moratorium on recovery of 90 days on loans by IL&FS and subsidiaries, recovery by third parties and will also hear five large creditors on November 13

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Renewables now 10% of India’s power output

Renewables now 10% of India’s power output

Despite a slowing of the pace at which solar power projects are being built owing to tariffs plunging to levels unviable for the developers, the country has crossed a milestone on the renewable energy front.

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Coal India Q3 net profit up 4 pc at Rs 3,004 cr

Coal India Q3 net profit up 4 pc at Rs 3,004 cr

State-run miner Coal India Ltd (CIL) today reported a 4.21 per cent increase in its consolidated net profit at Rs 3,004.79 crore for the quarter ended December 2017.

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India needs a robust ancillary services framework to ensure grid stability

India needs a robust ancillary services framework to ensure grid stability

India’s ongoing mission to substantially increase renewables in its energy mix poses some pertinent challenges, such as the daily intermittence and seasonal variability of renewable power on grid stability.

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ABB India provides power solutions to stadiums and metros in Lucknow

ABB India provides power solutions to stadiums and metros in Lucknow

ABB India's power management technology is enabling the return of competitive international cricket to Lucknow at the new Ekana International Cricket Stadium and Sports Complex.

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Solar energy to add power to NMRC's metro stations

Solar energy to add power to NMRC's metro stations

Solar energy would add power to all stations of Noida-Greater Noida Metro Rail corridor's Aqua Line that would be operational soon, the Noida Metro Rail Corporation (NMRC) said on Monday.

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IL&FS new board to rebid broking arm ISSL

IL&FS new board to rebid broking arm ISSL

The Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services will rebid IL&FS Securities Services Ltd (ISSL) after capital market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India approved the sale to IndusInd Bank for Rs 400 crore in September,

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19 GW of stressed power assets eligible for SHAKTI-II: Crisil

19 GW of stressed power assets eligible for SHAKTI-II: Crisil

As many as 19 gigawatt (GW) capacity out of the 40 GW identified as stressed power assets can participate in the second phase of the government’s Scheme for Harnessing and Allocating Koyala (coal) Transparently in India (SHAKTI) programme, according to Crisil.

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India to develop technology to reduce climate impact of cooling by five times

India to develop technology to reduce climate impact of cooling by five times

The government is working on developing a new technology for residential Air Conditioning (AC) units that will help reduce climate impact of cooling by five times.

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Fuel prices continue to decline; petrol at Rs 77.43 per litre in Delhi, Rs 82.94 per litre in Mumbai

Fuel prices continue to decline; petrol at Rs 77.43 per litre in Delhi, Rs 82.94 per litre in Mumbai

Decline in fuel prices continued on Tuesday with petrol being retailed at Rs 77.43 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.13) in the national capital and diesel at Rs 72.19 per litre (decrease by Rs 0.12).

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Size does matter: Why govt wants ONGC to think big

Size does matter: Why govt wants ONGC to think big

The National Democratic Alliance government is said to be considering the sale of 149 small and marginal oil and gas fields of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC). Mint looks at the rationale behind the move.

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Oil prices fall as Donald Trump counters OPEC plan to cut supply

Oil prices fall as Donald Trump counters OPEC plan to cut supply

Oil prices fell by more than 1% on Tuesday, with Brent crude sliding below $70 and WTI below $60 per barrel, after US President Donald Trump put pressure on OPEC not to cut supply to prop up the market.

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ADNOC looks to explore crude storage in Karnataka

ADNOC looks to explore crude storage in Karnataka

A week after the Cabinet approved filling the underground strategic oil reserve at Padur in Karnataka by foreign oil companies, Abu Dhabi National Oil Co (ADNOC) on Monday signed an initial agreement with Indian Strategic

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India urges oil companies to Keep its interest in mind while fixing price

India urges oil companies to Keep its interest in mind while fixing price

India’s Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Monday asked oil-producing countries to keep the interests of large consumers like India in mind while fixing prices of oil.Speaking at the Ministerial session on Abu Dhabi International Petroleum

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Vedanta plans to inject Rs 15,000 cr in Odisha

Vedanta plans to inject Rs 15,000 cr in Odisha

Vedanta Resources Chairman Anil Agarwal Monday announced the company's plan to inject Rs 15,000 crore to raise the alumina refinery capacity at Lanjigarh three-fold to six mtpa and firm up downstream sector in Odisha in three years.

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Oil India second-quarter profit rises over 33 per cent, but misses estimates

Oil India second-quarter profit rises over 33 per cent, but misses estimates

State-controlled Oil India posted a 33.4 per cent rise in its second-quarter profit on Monday, helped by strong gains from its crude oil segment, but missed analysts' estimates.

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India, Saudi Arabia in Padur oil storage talks: Dharmendra Pradhan

India, Saudi Arabia in Padur oil storage talks: Dharmendra Pradhan

India is in talks with Saudi Arabia to store its oil in storage facilities in Padur, south India, said the country’s petroleum minister on Monday. Last week, India approved a plan to allow foreign oil companies

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Saudi energy minister says no plans to break up OPEC

Saudi energy minister says no plans to break up OPEC

Saudi Arabia is not preparing for a break up of OPEC and believes the group will remain the global central bank for oil for a long time, Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al Falih said on Monday.

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PM inaugurates Ring Road, Babatpur Airport road in Varanasi

PM inaugurates Ring Road, Babatpur Airport road in Varanasi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday inaugurated two important roads, having a total length of 34 kilometres and built at a cost of Rs 1,571.95 crore, in his Lok Sabha constituency Varanasi.

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Riding India's future in present-day Japan at 260 kmph

Riding India's future in present-day Japan at 260 kmph

For an Indian waiting for a Shinkansen to arrive on a railway platform in Japan was like waiting for a mythical creature -- something that I had heard so much about, but did not believe could be true.

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Competition Commission of India orders probe against Railways, IRCTC for abusing dominant position

Competition Commission of India orders probe against Railways, IRCTC for abusing dominant position

The Competition Commission of India (CCI ) has ordered a probe against Indian Railways and its arm IRCTC for an alleged abuse of their dominant position by charging higher price than actual base fare on the sale of e-tickets.

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Govt to miss highway target but overtake 2017-18 mark

Govt to miss highway target but overtake 2017-18 mark

The ministry of road transport and highways is likely to miss the target of constructing 45km a day of highways this financial year, set for it by roads minister Nitin Gadkari, although going by the current pace of work, it may still overtake last year’s achievement.

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Dying to travel at 200 kpmh on Indian Railways Train 18? Here is a reality check

Dying to travel at 200 kpmh on Indian Railways Train 18? Here is a reality check

Indian Railways first semi-high speed engine-less train, Train 18, which can run at 160 kmph, has started its journey from Integral Coach Factory (ICF), Chennai to Delhi on Saturday.

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Southern Railway announces changes in pattern of train services on Chennai-Arakkonam section

Southern Railway announces changes in pattern of train services on Chennai-Arakkonam section

Southern Railway has announced changes in the pattern of train services here on November 13 and 14 due to a line and power block on the Chennai-Arakkonam section.

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