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March,21,2019,Thursday

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Every Poor Household In Tripura Will Have LPG Connection In 2019: Dharmendra Pradhan

Every Poor Household In Tripura Will Have LPG Connection In 2019: Dharmendra Pradhan

Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan, on Saturday, said that Tripura is country's number one gas producing point and every poor household in the state will have LPG connection in 2019.

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MOST NOTABLE STORIES OF THE WEEK

Rs 9,000 cr gas-grid project for NE, Bengal: Pradhan

Rs 9,000 cr gas-grid project for NE, Bengal: Pradhan

A Rs 9,000 crore gas-grid project has been approved to transport natural gas among northeastern states and West Bengal, Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said here on Saturday.

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ONGC, Vedanta, OIL among 14 firms selected for awarding 23 oil and gas blocks under DSF-II

ONGC, Vedanta, OIL among 14 firms selected for awarding 23 oil and gas blocks under DSF-II

The government today announced it has selected 14 companies for awarding 23 oil and gas blocks under the second round of bidding for rights to develop discovered small fields (DSF).

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LPG cylinder rates hiked: Subsidised cylinder to cost Rs 495.61, non-subsidised Rs 701.50 from March 1

LPG cylinder rates hiked: Subsidised cylinder to cost Rs 495.61, non-subsidised Rs 701.50 from March 1

Domestic cooking gas (LPG) price was on Thursday hiked by Rs 2.08 per cylinder and non-subsidised gas by Rs 42.50 per bottle, Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) said. The increase comes after three straight monthly reduction in rates.

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Far from reducing imports, India's oil and gas production has slumped

Far from reducing imports, India's oil and gas production has slumped

At an energy conference in New Delhi in March 2015, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had set out a road map for reducing India’s crude oil imports by 10 per cent by 2022. This at a time when almost 77 per cent of the country’s fuel requirements were met via imports.

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Years after oil spills, ship-owners yet to pay for scars they left on coastline

Years after oil spills, ship-owners yet to pay for scars they left on coastline

At Alibaug and nearby beaches such as Kihim, Kashid and Janjira, pebbles covered in a film of oil and sand mixed with oil granules are visible. Mangroves can be seen stripped of their original colour and texture.

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Aramco CEO says oil industry facing 'a crisis of perception'

Aramco CEO says oil industry facing 'a crisis of perception'

Saudi Aramco's chief executive said on Tuesday the oil industry is facing "a crisis of perception" and the views of some observers that the end of oil is near with the rise of electric vehicles are illogical and not based on fact.

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Oil up toward 2019 highs on supply, trade talks optimism

Oil up toward 2019 highs on supply, trade talks optimism

Oil prices edged up on Monday toward a 2019 high achieved last week as sanctions and political uncertainty tightened supply in several producer countries and U.S.-China talks appeared headed toward success.

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