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May 26, 2019, Sunday

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

Coal output up 10% but power plants still run low on fuel

Coal output up 10% but power plants still run low on fuel

Coal production increased by over 10% to more than 370 million tonne (mt) in the April-October period from 335 mt in the previous corresponding period but several power plants are still running low on fuel due to transportation and other issues.

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NPA burden on power sector

NPA burden on power sector

As a member of the High Power Group (HPC) set up by Gujarat government for evaluating the options to ensure sustained operations of stressed imported coal-based power projects in its coastal region

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GVK Power gets approval to raise Rs 8,000 crore for debt repayment

GVK Power gets approval to raise Rs 8,000 crore for debt repayment

GVK Power and Infrastructure (GVKPIL) has received the shareholders’ approval to raise up to Rs 8,000 crore.
The resolution to raise the funds, by a combination of various options listed on the agenda of the annual general

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Data drive: Energy demand growing the fastest in India

Data drive: Energy demand growing the fastest in India

India’s primary energy demand will more than double by 2040, becoming the single largest source of global growth. While China’s energy use will also grow, the rate of growth will be only one-fifth of that seen from 2000 to 2017.

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ADB inks loans agreements worth $574 mn for various projects in India

ADB inks loans agreements worth $574 mn for various projects in India

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) on Friday signed three loan agreements with the government to provide debt of USD 574 million for on-lending, electricity transmission and water supply infrastructure projects.

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CWA Power Achieves Financial Closure for its 300 MW Sakaka Solar Project in Saudi Arabia

CWA Power Achieves Financial Closure for its 300 MW Sakaka Solar Project in Saudi Arabia

ACWA Power, a Saudi Arabia-based firm involved in the development, construction, and operation of power generation and desalination of water plants, has announced the financial closure of the Sakaka solar project.

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Power discom TPDDL bags ICC awards for quality of service

Power discom TPDDL bags ICC awards for quality of service

Power discom TPDDL has bagged three awards of Indian Chamber of Commerce for innovation, efficient distribution operation and quality of service, a company spokesperson said Friday. The awards were presented to Tata Power

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Governor intervention: Kashmir house gets power for 1st time

Governor intervention: Kashmir house gets power for 1st time

No , this is not stone age ! But then also, a house in Kashmir got electrified for the first time in this era of net and spacejets courtesy due intevention by the governor. Governor Satya Pal Malik helped an an underprivileged

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Centre issues renewable energy tenders to set up 26-GW capacities: IREDA

Centre issues renewable energy tenders to set up 26-GW capacities: IREDA

The government is planning incentives to promote renewable power and it has already issued tenders for setting up 26-GW clean energy capacities, a top IREDA official said Friday.

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Statcon Energiaa - leading India in rooftop solar inverters

Statcon Energiaa - leading India in rooftop solar inverters

Statcon Energiaa has played a major role to become the no. 1 Indian manufacturer company in the solar inverter manufacturing sector by supplying 2.9% (34 MW) rooftop solar inverters in India's rural and urban areas

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Fuel prices slide further: Petrol costs Rs 76.91/litre in Delhi, Rs 82.43 in Mumbai

Fuel prices slide further: Petrol costs Rs 76.91/litre in Delhi, Rs 82.43 in Mumbai

The fuel prices went further down on Saturday with petrol being sold at Rs 76.91 per litre while diesel is at Rs 71.74 per litre in the national capital. In Mumbai, the prices of petrol and diesel are Rs 82.43 per litre and Rs 75.16 per litre respectively.

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CPCB’s latest: Taking all diesel vehicles off Delhi roads on bad air days could help

CPCB’s latest: Taking all diesel vehicles off Delhi roads on bad air days could help

The Central Pollution Control Board-led task force is considering banning diesel vehicles on bad air daysinstead of taking all non-CNG vehicles off Delhi roads as proposed by the Supreme Court-appointed Environment Pollution (Prevention & Control) Authority.

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Oil short-selling jumps in record streak as faith in OPEC wanes

Oil short-selling jumps in record streak as faith in OPEC wanes

Hedge funds are betting OPEC will struggle to reverse oil’s precipitous plunge. Their combined wagers against West Texas Intermediate and Brent crude soared for a seventh straight week, the longest global short-selling streak in data going back to 2011.

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Oil rises on supply cut talks, but prices stay down on oversupply concerns

Oil rises on supply cut talks, but prices stay down on oversupply concerns

Oil rose on Friday on expectations that OPEC and its allies would agree to cut output next month but prices remained down on the week on concerns that the global market was oversupplied.

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Govt eyes $2 billion from ONGC, Oil India, IOC share sale: Report

Govt eyes $2 billion from ONGC, Oil India, IOC share sale: Report

The government is planning to sell shares worth over $2 billion in state-owned oil firms - Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), Indian Oil Corp (IOC) and Oil India Ltd (OIL) - the Economic Times reported citing sources familiar with the development.

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Oil prices will take some pressure off Indian markets, says top AIA official

Oil prices will take some pressure off Indian markets, says top AIA official

Asian equity markets have already discounted much of the bad news about the trade war between Beijing and Washington and the slowdown in China economy could offer some bargains in 2019, insurer AIA Group's chief investment officer said.

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Trump's Iran sanctions aren't working as planned

Trump's Iran sanctions aren't working as planned

Ernst President Donald Trump displays a presidential memorandum after announcing his intent to withdraw from the JCPOA Iran nuclear agreement in the Diplomatic Room at the White House in Washington, U.S., May 8, 2018.

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Petrol & Diesel prices expected to go down in coming days

Petrol & Diesel prices expected to go down in coming days

The rates of fuel across India are witnessing a continuous decline due to a fall in the prices of crude oil and rates are further expected to go down in various state of India in the coming days.

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NDMC's panel approves setting up of bio-methanation plant to treat cow manure

NDMC's panel approves setting up of bio-methanation plant to treat cow manure

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation's standing committee Friday approved setting up of a bio-methanation plant that can turn 200 metric ton of cow manure into methane gas per day, an official said.

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IRCTC to launch more Shri Ramayana Express type services; may roll out similar trains for other religions

IRCTC to launch more Shri Ramayana Express type services; may roll out similar trains for other religions

Elated with the successful launch of Shri Ramayana Express, the IRCTC is not only earning praise, but is also filling up its coffers. Zee Business has come to know that Indian Railways is planning to begin many more such trains,

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PM to inaugurate Ballabhgarh Metro, Palwal expressway on Nov 19

Prime Minister Narendra Modi would inaugurate the Ballabhgarh Metro at Sultanpur village in Gurugram district on November 19, an official spokesperson said on Friday.

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View: Chabahar Port, India's tit-for-tat for US' rat-a-tat

View: Chabahar Port, India's tit-for-tat for US' rat-a-tat

US President Donald Trump’s waiver to India for the ongoing project in Chabahar port in Iran was a relief to New Delhi. Especially because this waiver comes in addition to the six-month relief from sanctions on the import of Iranian oil granted to seven other countries.

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'Train 18' on right track, says Railways

'Train 18' on right track, says Railways

The railways Friday sought to downplay reports that the newly launched first locomotive-less train in the country – ‘Train 18’ – had developed glitches, saying they were minor and such issues were a routine occurence during the trial phase of any train.

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Threat to Indian Railways Train 18, India`s first engine-less train?

Threat to Indian Railways Train 18, India`s first engine-less train?

Vested interests are trying to "fail" India`s first locomotive- less train or Train 18, a top official said on Friday, adding there was nothing to worry about the glitches that occurred during a trial

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