India’s government seems intent on abandoning good ideas for dealing with the country’s banking crisis and encouraging bad ones.
Being an emerging-market economy can be tough when oil prices surge and your currency crumbles.
BP’s latest review of the world’s appetite for energy, published this week, contained a startling chart indicating that coal’s grip on electricity generation has not changed in 20 years.
India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corp., which once had $4.3 billion of funds, is now bleeding cash.
Oil’s advance to the highest since 2014 is squeezing the carry-trade returns on the Indian rupee to a point where they are the worst in Asia.
Indian conglomerate Adani Enterprises Ltd. will miss its original deadline to start shipping thermal coal from one of the world’s biggest planned mines due to funding difficulties, even as it eyes export deals with Asian companies.
Gas guzzler might soon have a different meaning in India.
Scraping the bottom of the oil barrel for cheap fuel may be turning into a multibillion-dollar headache for India’s largest crude refiner.
GAIL India Ltd. received notification from Russia’s Gazprom PJSC that it plans to start deliveries of liquefied natural gas through a contract the Indian buyer is trying to renegotiate, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
Big Oil is starting to beat the crude-market slump as the industry rediscovers how to make money at lower prices.