BPCL: Kochi Refinery fate hangs in balance

BPCL: Kochi Refinery fate hangs in balance

The Union government’s decision to divest its entire stake in Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) has created apprehensions over the fate of the nearly Rs 16,500-crore projects for import substitution petrochemical products

Aramco, Exxon Mobil may be approached for BPCL sale

Aramco, Exxon Mobil may be approached for BPCL sale

The government will approach Exxon Mobil of US, BP Plc of UK, Total SA of France and Saudi Aramco as it plans to sell public sector oil major BPCL in before March 2020. At its current prices, BPCL is expected to fetch close to Rs 63,000 crore to the exchequer as against the asset sale target of Rs 1.05 lakh crore in the current fiscal year (2019

Petrol prices continue to drop

Petrol prices continue to drop

Fuel prices across Telangana petrol bunks have seen a dip. On October 9, petrol per litre fell by 87 paisa while diesel fell by one rupee. The steady decrease in fuel prices in the last one week is a result of a constant reduction in global crude oil.

KSEB floats tenders for solar projects

KSEB floats tenders for solar projects

The Kerala State Electricity Board Limited (KSEBL) has floated tenders for supplying materials and installation of solar plants in 42,000-odd houses and institutions, for the generation of 200 MW of power in the first phase of a 500 MW solar power project set to be commissioned by the year 2022.

Hyderabad: Railway land easy to loot

Hyderabad: Railway land easy to loot

About 821.46 of the 4.78 lakh hectares of land belonging to the Indian Railways countrywide has been encroached upon by various parties. The encroached land is 0.17 per cent of the total land owned by the Indian Railways.

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