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As 2017 Bids Adieu, Power Woes Are Easing

As 2017 Bids Adieu, Power Woes Are Easing

As year 2017 nears to an end, India's power woes are slowly cooling off, thanks to large capacity addition in renewables, improved coal availability for conventional plants and increasing demand for electricity.

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Power Companies Shop More Coal Than Coal India Parked

Power Companies Shop More Coal Than Coal India Parked

Power companies have been topping their supplies from Coal India in the four months to end of November with purchases through eauctions, imports and captive mines, data from the Central Electricity Authority shows.

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LED Lights For Free, But No Power Savings For Railways

LED Lights For Free, But No Power Savings For Railways

Northern Railways will be saving up to Rs 22.35 lakh on electricity bills with the installation of LED lights at its stations in Chandigarh, Ambala, Mohali, and Kharar, but the money will not stay with it.

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Pak To Set Up USD 1.51 Bn Hydropower Project In PoK

Pak To Set Up USD 1.51 Bn Hydropower Project In PoK

Pakistan has decided to set up a new hydropower project of over 700 megawatts in PoK through foreign financing at an estimated cost of USD 1.51 billion by 2022, according to a media report.

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Temporary Restraint On Removing Private Firm’s Solar Power Panel

Temporary Restraint On Removing Private Firm’s Solar Power Panel

The Madurai bench of the Madras high court has temporarily restrained the revenue authorities from removing the solar panel of a private solar power company at Mannur taluk in Tirunelveli district.

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Maharashtra Power Utility To Hold Farm Power Bill Correction Camps

Maharashtra Power Utility To Hold Farm Power Bill Correction Camps

Finally taking cognisance of large number of complaints of inflated power bills issued to farmers, MSEDCL has decided to hold bill correction camps at 11 KV feeder level. The camps will be held in the first week of January.

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CWC Submits DPR Of Ujh Multi-Purpose Project To Jammu And Kashmir Govt

CWC Submits DPR Of Ujh Multi-Purpose Project To Jammu And Kashmir Govt

The Central Water Commission has submitted a detailed project report (DPR) of the Ujh multi-purpose project to the Jammu and Kashmir government for evaluation, an official release said today.

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Year That Saw Oil, Gas Production Switch To Revenue-Sharing Mode

Year That Saw Oil, Gas Production Switch To Revenue-Sharing Mode

While the strategic petroleum sector, including oil and gas, continues to remain outside the new GST indirect tax regime that replaced a 70-year-old system, the industry did manage in 2017 to switch over to a new exploration regime that gives producers marketing and pricing freedom.

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GAIL Commissions India’s 2nd Largest Rooftop Solar PV At Petrochemical Complex, PATA (UP).

GAIL Commissions India’s 2nd Largest Rooftop Solar PV At Petrochemical Complex, PATA (UP).

GAIL (India) Limited commissioned India’s second largest rooftop solar PV power plant at its Petrochemical Complex at Pata, Uttar Pradesh.

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2017: The Year That Saw Oil, Gas Production Switch To Revenue-Sharing Mode

2017: The Year That Saw Oil, Gas Production Switch To Revenue-Sharing Mode

While the strategic petroleum sector, including oil and gas, continues to remain outside the new GST indirect tax regime that replaced a 70-year-old system, the industry did manage in 2017 to switch over to a new exploration regime that gives producers marketing and pricing freedom.

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Insatiable Thirst For Oil

Insatiable Thirst For Oil

In the Eighties, consumption of oil was the highest in Europe followed by North America. European oil demand, more or less, remained stagnant over the last 15 years, whereas Asian-Pacific countries picked up consumption in the Nineties.

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U.S. Oil Rig Count Ends 2017 40 Pct Above Year-Ago Levels -Baker Hughes

U.S. Oil Rig Count Ends 2017 40 Pct Above Year-Ago Levels -Baker Hughes

The U.S. oil rig count rose by about 42 percent by end-2017 compared to the levels seen during the corresponding period last year, as energy companies boosted spending amid a recovery in crude prices.

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US Crude Oil Prices End Above $60 Mark For First Time In 2-1/2 Years

US Crude Oil Prices End Above $60 Mark For First Time In 2-1/2 Years

US oil prices finished above $60 a barrel for the first time since June 2015 after new data suggested American producers were being cautious about ramping up output.

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Cidco Clears Mukesh Ambani's Industrial City In Navi Mumbai

Cidco Clears Mukesh Ambani's Industrial City In Navi Mumbai

In its bid to revive a stalled project, the Maharashtra government-owned Cidco on Friday cleared the industrial city project in Navi Mumbai to be jointly developed by Mukesh Ambani’s personal entities, Jai Corp, Cidco and SKIL Infrastructure.

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2017 For Indian Railways

2017 For Indian Railways

Speed enhancement project launched to reduce travel time by trains

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Indian Railways Has Over 16 Per Cent Vacancies In Safety Category, Says Official Data

Indian Railways Has Over 16 Per Cent Vacancies In Safety Category, Says Official Data

While investment in safety-related activities in the railways has increased by 57 per cent during the last three years, 16 per cent of the posts remained vacant in the safety category as of April this year, according to official data.

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Tamil Nadu: Southern Railway Chugs On Green, Digital Track

Tamil Nadu: Southern Railway Chugs On Green, Digital Track

Shifting gears to the “green track”, the Southern Railway travelled further to implement energy efficiency programmes in its railway stations, besides completing solar panel works at Moore Market Complex, Tiruchy and Villupuram railway stations with power generation capacity of 10kw each, in the year gone by.

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Parliamentary Panel Concerned On Cybercrime In Railways

Parliamentary Panel Concerned On Cybercrime In Railways

A parliamentary panel on Friday expressed serious concern over the revelation that the Ministry of Railways was unable to tackle cybercrime seriously and has been relying on CBI to probe incidents.

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412 Demands Accepted At 37-Hour Railway Meeting

412 Demands Accepted At 37-Hour Railway Meeting

The Salem division of the Southern Railway conducted a grievance meeting for its staff continuously for 37 hours starting from Thursday. The meeting ended on Friday afternoon.

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Railways To Bring In Eco-Friendly Toilets In Trains By 2018

Railways To Bring In Eco-Friendly Toilets In Trains By 2018

No more filthy tracks and stinking railway stations by the end of 2018. By next year, the entire 1.3 lakh km of the rail route in India will be converted into 'Green Corridors' by replacing all conventional toilets in trains with bio toilets.

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No Exit From Rajiv Chowk Metro Station On New Year’s Eve

No Exit From Rajiv Chowk Metro Station On New Year’s Eve

Exit of passengers from Rajiv Chowk Metro Station will not be permitted from 9 pm onwards on the New Year’s Eve, the Delhi Metro said on Friday.

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Rail Safety Top Priority: Piyush Goyal

Rail Safety Top Priority: Piyush Goyal

Union Railways Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday said the government has taken a conscious decision to prioritise safety over other aspects even though punctuality of trains remains the top priority.

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