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August 21, 2018, Tuesday

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India, Canada Ink MoUs On It, Energy Dialogue

India, Canada Ink MoUs On It, Energy Dialogue

India and Canada on Friday inked a series of MoUs and Agreements including on IT, Energy Dialogue and Sports to boost bilateral ties.

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Coal India Report Finds Renewables Will ‘Substantially Decrease’ Coal Demand

Coal India Report Finds Renewables Will ‘Substantially Decrease’ Coal Demand

Coal India, the state-owned monolith that produces almost all of the country’s coal, sees a slowdown coming, according to an internal prognosis.

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After Two-Fold Growth In 2017, Solar Installations May Trip In 2018: Study

After Two-Fold Growth In 2017, Solar Installations May Trip In 2018: Study

Solar installations in India more than doubled to 9,629 Mw during calendar 2017, from 4,313 Mw during 2016, making it the best year for the sector in the country.

 

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30 Or 40 Won’t Do, India Needs At Least 300 Nuclear Reactors Over The Next 50 Years

30 Or 40 Won’t Do, India Needs At Least 300 Nuclear Reactors Over The Next 50 Years

There has been much debate over the expansion of nuclear energy in India, the arguments covering a gamut of angles from safety and environmental concerns to liability, security and affordability.

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Sembcorp Industries Energy Arm Files IPO Papers

Sembcorp Industries Energy Arm Files IPO Papers

Sembcorp Energy India, an independent power producer, today filed draft papers with capital markets regulator Sebi to float an initial public offering (IPO).

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Coal Mineworkers Strike At Gupta-linked S.African Mine

Coal Mineworkers Strike At Gupta-linked S.African Mine

Hundreds of workers at a South African coal mine owned by the Guptas, a family closely associated with ex-president Jacob Zuma, have gone on strike over uncertainty about the company's future.

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Can Cities Provide A Solution To India's Energy Woes? Municipal Solar Bonds Key

Can Cities Provide A Solution To India's Energy Woes? Municipal Solar Bonds Key

Air pollution is tightening its grip in India. Thirteen of our cities are currently ranked in the top 20 most polluted in the world.

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India Offers Saudi Arabia Stake In Second Phase Of Strategic Oil Reserve

India Offers Saudi Arabia Stake In Second Phase Of Strategic Oil Reserve

India has offered Saudi Arabia a stake in the second phase of the south Asian nation's yet-to-be-built strategic oil reserves, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in New Delhi on Friday.

 

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Oil From Sunken Iran Tanker Reached Japan Shores: Coast Guard

Oil From Sunken Iran Tanker Reached Japan Shores: Coast Guard

Oil that reached islands in southern Japanearlier this month is highly likely to have come from the sunken Iranian tanker Sanchi, the Japan Coast Guard said on Thursday.

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Analysis: U.S. Shale Investors Still Waiting On Payoff From Oil Boom

Analysis: U.S. Shale Investors Still Waiting On Payoff From Oil Boom

U.S. oil production has topped 10 million barrels per day, approaching a record set in 1970, but many investors in the companies driving the shale oil revolution are still waiting for their payday.

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British Columbia Edges Back From Ban On Increased Oil Shipments

British Columbia Edges Back From Ban On Increased Oil Shipments

British Columbia edged back from its pledge to block increased shipments of crude oil through the Pacific Coast province, saying it is now pursuing legal advice on whether it has jurisdiction to impose the temporary ban.

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BHP, Exxonmobil Drop Sale Of Australian Oil And Gas Assets

BHP, Exxonmobil Drop Sale Of Australian Oil And Gas Assets

BHP Billiton Ltd and ExxonMobil Corp's Esso Australia said on Friday they have dropped a sale process started 20 months ago for some of Australia's oldest and largest oilfields.

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Work Has Started On Afghan Section Of Gas Pipeline To Pakistan, India: Turkmenistan

Work Has Started On Afghan Section Of Gas Pipeline To Pakistan, India: Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan on Friday announced the start of construction work on the Afghan section of an $8 billion natural gas pipeline that will link the energy-rich Central Asian nation to Pakistan and India.

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PNC Infra Gets Rs 60-cr Bonus For Early Completion Of Road Project

PNC Infra Gets Rs 60-cr Bonus For Early Completion Of Road Project

Infrastructure firm PNC Infratech today said it has received an amount of about Rs 60 crore as bonus from the Uttar Pradesh government for early completion a section on Agra-Lucknow expressway.

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All-Woman Crew Of TCs To Be Deployed In Mumbai-Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express From March 8

All-Woman Crew Of TCs To Be Deployed In Mumbai-Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express From March 8

The Western Railways has decided to have an all-woman ticket checking staff in the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Shatabdi Express from March 8, which happens to be International Women's Day.

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News In Numbers: 5 Firms Bid For NHAI’s Toll-operate-transfer Projects

5 Firms Bid For NHAI’s Toll-operate-transfer Projects

The number of men, including Jaspal Atwal (a Sikh separatist part of the International Sikh Youth Federation or ISYF), who had attempted to assassinate Punjab minister Malkiat Singh Sidhu on Vancouver Island in 1986.

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India Signs Short-Term Lease At Chabahar Port

India Signs Short-Term Lease At Chabahar Port

India and Iran have reached an interim agreement for the operation of phase one of Chabahar Port, a small but strategically important terminal near the Iranian border with Pakistan.

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