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October 18, 2018, Thursday

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

Jaiprakash Power Ventures Fourth Quarter Net Loss At Rs 157.62 Crore

Jaiprakash Power Ventures Fourth Quarter Net Loss At Rs 157.62 Crore

Jaiprakash Power Ventures reported a net loss of Rs 157.62 crore for the fourth quarter ended March 31, 2018.

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Pancheshwar Project: The Dam-ning Aspect Of Indo-nepal Relations

Pancheshwar Project: The Dam-ning Aspect Of Indo-nepal Relations

As 2019 elections loom large, the government is trying to fast track the implementation of several important infrastructure development projects with India’s neighbours.

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Coal India Boosts Supplies To Power Plants By 14% In April

Coal India Boosts Supplies To Power Plants By 14% In April

State-run Coal India (CIL) revved up fuel supplies to power plants by 14.4 per cent to 40.30 million tonnes in April compared to the same month last year ahead of the monsoon season, according to an official.

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Arbitration Hearings Begin In Cairn India's Rs 20,500 Cr Tax Case

Arbitration Hearings Begin In Cairn India's Rs 20,500 Cr Tax Case

Hearings have begun on the arbitration challenge mounted by mining billionaire Anil Agarwal-led Cairn India against a Rs 20,500 crore retrospective tax demand and a final order is expected in next few months, sources privy to the development said.

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Chennai Metro’s Central Station To Be Powered By Solar Energy

Chennai Metro’s Central Station To Be Powered By Solar Energy

The upcoming Metro station at Chennai Central see a lot of firsts in the city’s urban transport network. While it will be the city’s largest underground transit hub

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Coal Mine Auction Drill

Coal Mine Auction Drill

The Narendra Modi-government will be putting up for auction a score of coal mines by June-end this year after tweaking some rules, besides starting work on the auctioning of around 288 iron ore and other mineral-bearing mines in the next financial year.

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Artificial Demand Behind Coal Crisis?

Artificial Demand Behind Coal Crisis?

The coal crisis story is taking a curious turn. For nearly nine months, Coal India has been trying to avert a crisis arising from power plants’ fuel demand.

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Mahagenco’s Coal Block Too In Trouble

Mahagenco’s Coal Block Too In Trouble

The Maharashtra State Power Generation Company Ltd’s (Mahagenco) plan to put an end to coal shortage at its thermal power stations and problems of low quality and unwashed coal by developing its own coal mine in Chhattisgarh has received a major jolt.

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HPCL Begins Home-delivery Of Diesel

HPCL Begins Home-delivery Of Diesel

After IOC, state-owned Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) has launched home-delivery of diesel in Mumbai and has plans to expand it to other parts of the country.

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GAIL Stirs Bengal Gas Pot

GAIL Stirs Bengal Gas Pot

The battle to dominate the gas market in eastern India is intensifying with state-owned GAIL India opposed to a move by H-Energy, a subsidiary of real estate firm Hiranandani Group, to lay a 125km pipeline between Kukrahati in East Midnapore and Itinda in North 24-Parganas.

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Arbitration Hearings Begin In Cairn India's Challenge To Rs 20,500 Crore Tax Demand

Arbitration Hearings Begin In Cairn India's Challenge To Rs 20,500 Crore Tax Demand

Hearings have begun on the arbitration challenge mounted by mining billionaire -led Cairn India against a Rs 20,500 crore retrospective tax demand and a final order is expected in next few months, sources privy to the development said.

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NITI Aayog Sees Methanol As A More Viable Alternative Fuel

NITI Aayog Sees Methanol As A More Viable Alternative Fuel

Methanol may become a sought-after alternative fuel if NITI Aayog has its way. The think-tank, which is helping the Ministry for Petroleum and Natural Gas draft a Cabinet note on methanol, feels it is also a cheaper fuel.

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Amid Surging Prices, Call For Foolproof System To Curb Fuel Theft

Amid Surging Prices, Call For Foolproof System To Curb Fuel Theft

Retail petroleum dealers have complained of receiving lower quantity of fuel from oil tankers which they say has risen sharply in step with surging fuel prices.

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Let’s Not Slip Again

Let’s Not Slip Again

The price of oil has crossed $70/barrel and the trend is upwards. In contemplating its policy response to a high oil price scenario, the government should draw upon the lessons of the past.

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Window Dressing: Pay In Advance, Indian Railways Tells Bulk Customers

Window Dressing: Pay In Advance, Indian Railways Tells Bulk Customers

Some Rs 7,300 crore the Indian Railways got as advance freight from bulk consumers and as proceeds of land monetisation from fellow PSUs enabled it to avoid reporting a deficit in FY18.

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India's Dream High-speed Train Project Remains In Studying Stage

India's Dream High-speed Train Project Remains In Studying Stage

The much trumpeted dream project of high-speed rail of the Modi government to reduce travel time between metro cities drastically has so far been confined in the study stage and is yet to come on the drawing board.

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More Than 12,000 Acres Of Unused Railway Land Up For Grabs

More Than 12,000 Acres Of Unused Railway Land Up For Grabs

Nearly 12,066 acres of surplus land of railways are now up for grabs. The national transporter has written to 13 states asking them to either buy or exchange these land parcels for developmental projects.

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Railways May Soon Switch To AC Coaches On Suburban Routes

Railways May Soon Switch To AC Coaches On Suburban Routes

The Railways may start manufacturing only air-conditioned coaches for its suburban routes after the phenomenal response to the first AC local train in Mumbai.

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Continuous Cancellation Of Train Upsets Users

Continuous Cancellation Of Train Upsets Users

Rail users have condemned the continuous cancellation of Mayiladuthurai – Trichy Express with railways announcing stoppage of its operation again for 21 days from May 11.

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Train Service Suspended Again For Security Reasons In Kashmir

Train Service Suspended Again For Security Reasons In Kashmir

Train service was suspended on Sunday for security reasons in the Kashmir valley, where separatists have called for a general strike on Sunday in protest against the killing of a youth after he was ran over by a bullet proof bunker vehicle of state police during demonstrations in the downtown on Saturday.

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Bandra-Versova Sea Link To Cost Rs 1.4k Crore More; Anil Ambani’s Reliance Infra Bag The Order, All Details Here

Bandra-Versova Sea Link To Cost Rs 1.4k Crore More; Anil Ambani’s Reliance Infra Bag The Order, All Details Here

The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) preps up for construction of Bandra-Versova sea link (BSVL) which is expected to begin after monsoon.

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