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April 19, 2019, Friday

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

South India's key power plants moving in opposite directions

South India's key power plants moving in opposite directions

Two nuclear power plants in South India — the Kaiga plant in Karnataka and the controversial Kudankulam plant in Tamil Nadu — paint a remarkable picture of contrasts. While the former has created a record for longest continuous

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Third project under maiden wind auction begins power supply

Third project under maiden wind auction begins power supply

Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and Assam have started receiving wind-based electricity from Mytrah Energy’s 128.7 MW project in Tamil Nadu, power trader PTC India said on Wednesday.

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India exporting power to neighbouring countries: Minister

India exporting power to neighbouring countries: Minister

Union Power Minister R K Singh on Wednesday said the Modi government has made tremendous progress on the electricity generation front and India has started exporting energy to neighbouring countries.

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Piyush Goyal donates USD 25,000 award money to International Solar Alliance

Piyush Goyal donates USD 25,000 award money to International Solar Alliance

Union Minister Piyush Goyal will donate the 2018 Carnot Prize money of USD 25,000 (around Rs 18 lakh), which he received on Wednesday, to the International Solar Alliance (ISA) to institute an award for organisations working

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Operationalization of 3rd Inter State Flow of Wind Power by PTC

Operationalization of 3rd Inter State Flow of Wind Power by PTC

PTC India Limited, the leading power trading solutions provider in India, today announced operationalization of 128.7 MW Inter-State flow of wind power in the country under the MNRE Wind Scheme (Tranche-I) of 1050 MW.

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Power Minister RK Singh lays the foundation stone of Regional testing laboratory of CPRI at Nashik

Power Minister RK Singh lays the foundation stone of Regional testing laboratory of CPRI at Nashik

R K Singh, Union Minister of State (IC) for Power and New & Renewable Energy, Government of India laid the foundation stone of Regional testing laboratory of Central Power Research Institute (CPRI) at Nashik, Maharashtra on Wednesday.

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Now, SECI tenders 1.5 GW manufacturing-linked 3 GW solar tender

Now, SECI tenders 1.5 GW manufacturing-linked 3 GW solar tender

The new 3 GW tender is a trimmed version of the ill-fated 10 GW tender. Under the tender, solar power developers will earn assured Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for double the capacity of a solar manufacturing plant

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Coal India in talks with Gail, IOC for CBM JVs

Coal India in talks with Gail, IOC for CBM JVs

Coal India is in talks with Gail India and IOC for joint ventures to develop coal bed methane fields and sell the produce. Coal India has already lined up investments to the tune of Rs 3,000 crore for its methane projects.

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Venezuelan oil stuck at ports, PDVSA struggles to import fuel

Venezuelan oil stuck at ports, PDVSA struggles to import fuel

Venezuela's oil inventories have started to build up at the country's ports and terminals as PDVSA is finding it cannot export crude at its usual rate due to U.S. sanctions imposed earlier this week, according to sources and shipping data.

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Gail India sells U.S. LNG cargoes

Gail India sells U.S. LNG cargoes

India’s state-owned gas distribution company Gail has flooded the liquefied natural gas (LNG) market this month with offers to sell cargoes from the U.S. Gulf due to a shortage of tankers available to ferry to fuel to India.

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Changing global dynamics: Time for India to strengthen crude oil import policy, say experts

Changing global dynamics: Time for India to strengthen crude oil import policy, say experts

American sanctions on Venezuelan stated-owned oil firm PDVSA may not have a direct impact on India’s import mix, but it sure is a signal of changing geo-political dynamics and its implications on the oil market.

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Indian Oil Looking For Annual Deal To Buy Oil From US

Indian Oil Looking For Annual Deal To Buy Oil From US

Indian Oil Corp, the country's top refiner, is looking for an annual deal to buy US crude as it seeks to broaden its oil purchasing options, its chairman said on Wednesday, amid uncertainties over imports from Iran.

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India gets 145 bids in second small discovered fields' auction

India gets 145 bids in second small discovered fields' auction

India has received 145 bids for 24 blocks offered under the second licensing round for small discovered fields, said a statement for Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH)

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Missing CCTV cameras leave Karnal railway station exposed

Missing CCTV cameras leave Karnal railway station exposed

With multiple entries, missing CCTV cameras and lack of high-mast lights at platforms, security at the Karnal railway station, one of the oldest railway stations built by the British in 1892, is at risk.

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Mumbai: Metro increases monthly fare

Mumbai: Metro increases monthly fare

Rates of the Versova-Ghatkopar Metro rail's store value passes (SVP) and monthly trip passes (MTP) will be revised from February 1. While SVP users will get a 2-10% discount, MTP holders will have to pay Rs 25-50 more, depending on the distance slab.

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Railways ropes in Tata group for WiFi in over 4,000 stations

Railways ropes in Tata group for WiFi in over 4,000 stations

After Google, Indian Railways has managed to rope in the Tata Group to get WiFi facility at over 4,000 stations across India free of cost. As part of the understanding, Tata Trusts had been given eight stations between Bengaluru

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‘Indian Railways geared to meet competition and rising demand’

‘Indian Railways geared to meet competition and rising demand’

A focus on increasing the rail capacity for freight and passengers, remodelling more trains for short-distance passenger traffic, and more electrification are some of the strategies that the Indian Railways is adopting,

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India To Account For 40 Per Cent Of Global Rail Activity By 2050: Report

India To Account For 40 Per Cent Of Global Rail Activity By 2050: Report

Indian railways will have a share of 40 per cent of the total global rail activity and save around USD 64 billion on fuel bills by 2050, a report by a Paris-based inter-governmental organisation has said.

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India to have world's only completely-electrified large railway network

India to have world's only completely-electrified large railway network

India is targeting complete electrification of its railway network over the next four-five years, which will make it the only such large rail network, Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said on Wednesday.

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