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May 22, 2019, Wednesday

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

NTPC fails to make use of CIL offer of additional coal

NTPC fails to make use of CIL offer of additional coal

State-owned power major NTPC seems to have failed to make much use of Coal India’s (CIL) offer to lift an additional five million tonne fuel from mines. However, the fuel crisis has eased marginally  

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Chief Minister Pawan Chamling inaugurates 110 MW Hydro Electric Power Project

Chief Minister Pawan Chamling inaugurates 110 MW Hydro Electric Power Project

Sikkim Chief Minister PK Chamling inaugurated 110 Mega Watt Chujachen (East) Hydro Power Project on Sunday. The chief minister said power generation in state has increased from 32 MW in 1994 to about 3310 in 2018.

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GE shakes up power unit leadership, taps retired exec to help

GE shakes up power unit leadership, taps retired exec to help

General Electric Co (GE.N) shook up its ailing power business again on Monday, naming a CEO for its new gas-power division and bringing a veteran GE executive back from retirement to help.

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Badarpur Thermal Power Station hands over 220 KV Switchyard to Delhi Transco

Badarpur Thermal Power Station hands over 220 KV Switchyard to Delhi Transco

After its closure, Badarpur National Thermal Power Station has handed over its 220 KV switchyard to Delhi Transco Limited while the newly constructed Tughlaqabad switchyard is already operational.

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MSEDCL warns gram panchayats to clear dues, warns it will cut off power

MSEDCL warns gram panchayats to clear dues, warns it will cut off power

Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) has slapped warnings to the gram panchayats of the district regarding arrears of the bills and also threatened disconnection  

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Reviving Solar: Centre Asks SECI To Release Tenders Covering 4000 MW In The Next Four Months

Reviving Solar: Centre Asks SECI To Release Tenders Covering 4000 MW In The Next Four Months

The government has asked Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) to bring tenders of 1,000 MW every month, beginning from November 2018 till February 2019, as reported by The Indian Express.

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India may have a tough time meeting its solar energy capacity targets as developers steer clear of government auctions

India may have a tough time meeting its solar energy capacity targets as developers steer clear of government auctions

As it heads into election year, the central government is wary of underperforming on its solar energy mandate. As a result, it has instructed the Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) 

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Discoms to pay solar developers Rs 2,000 cr as one-time compensation for GST claims

Discoms to pay solar developers Rs 2,000 cr as one-time compensation for GST claims

Distribution companies (discoms) across India would have to pay solar power developers a one-time compensation totaling Rs 2,000 crore towards Goods and Service Tax (GST) impact,

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Oil prices edge up on expected OPEC supply cuts

Oil prices edge up on expected OPEC supply cuts

Oil prices edged up on Tuesday as markets expected producer club OPEC to agree to supply cuts at their next meeting on December 6, aimed at preventing oversupply amid slowing demand growth and a surge in output from the United States.

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ONGC Frames Strategy To Increase Oil And Gas Output

ONGC Frames Strategy To Increase Oil And Gas Output

Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is eyeing at production enhancement contracts (PECs) and enhanced oil recovery techniques to boost oil and gas output from old and matured fields.

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Fuel prices continue to slide, petrol in Delhi at Rs 76.38 per litre

Fuel prices continue to slide, petrol in Delhi at Rs 76.38 per litre

Decline in fuel prices continued on Tuesday in New Delhi and Mumbai owing to a reduction in the rates of crude oil. Petrol was priced at Rs 76.38 per litre in Delhi - down from Rs 76.52 from a day earlier.

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Oil reprieve may not last too long

Oil reprieve may not last too long

The sharp drop in fuel prices following crude’s dramatic fall from 4-year highs last month may be allowing the Narendra Modi government to breathe easy through the ongoing state polls but Opec, the grouping of 15 oil exporting countries, 

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Indian Oil to pump Rs 1,200 crore in CNG distribution in Burdwan

Indian Oil to pump Rs 1,200 crore in CNG distribution in Burdwan

Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has said it will infuse Rs 1,200 crore over the next 6-7 years to create infrastructure of laying LPG pipeline and installing CNG stations in the two Burdwan districts of West Bengal.

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Shameful acts continue! Indian Railways passengers defile upgraded Pragati Express; items worth Rs 43K stolen

Shameful acts continue! Indian Railways passengers defile upgraded Pragati Express; items worth Rs 43K stolen

The Mumbai-Pune Pragati Express, which recently became the first Central Railway train to get a swanky upgrade under Project Utkrisht, has already been defiled! Within a week of its upgrade, objects worth Rs 43,000

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Slow progress of projects worries Railway Board

Slow progress of projects worries Railway Board

Slow progress of commissioning of the new line, gauge conversion and doubling projects this year has left the Railway Board worried. An assessment of project commissioning targets shows only a 13 per cent progres

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Western Peripheral Expressway: 50,000 vehicles may go off Delhi roads

Western Peripheral Expressway: 50,000 vehicles may go off Delhi roads

With the opening of the Western Peripheral Expressway, nearly 50,000 vehicles are expected to be off Delhi roads in the next few days. The 135km Kundli-Manesar-Palwal Expressway, along with the already operational Eastern

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National highways to have 11 emergency airstrips – Here are details

National highways to have 11 emergency airstrips – Here are details

The Union Ministry of Road Transport and Highways is planning to set up 11 emergency landing airstrips on the national highways across India keeping in mind emergency situations and natural calamity.

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What Western Railway is doing to avoid incidents as pilgrims travel on train roofs

What Western Railway is doing to avoid incidents as pilgrims travel on train roofs

Special measures are being taken to avoid untoward incidents as hundreds of passengers travel on the roof of trains to reach Junagadh to participate in the Girnar Parikrama pilgrimage, a Western Railway official said Monday.

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