Russia’s oil output was unchanged in February from January at 11.11 million barrels per day (bpd), signalling a pause in Moscow’s efforts to curb production as part of a global deal, Energy Ministry data showed on Thursday.
The World Bank today suggested some “options” for resolving the deadlock between India and Pakistan over Kishenganga and Ratle projects, which come under the Indus Water Treaty.
India’s largest power generator NTPC Ltd has invited bids from consultancy services preparing a feasibility report north-west quarry of Pakri Barwadih coal mine in Jharkhand.
Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan will showcase India’s oil and gas field discoveries at a global energy conference beginning here next week.
The government is working on a scheme to encourage the use of commercial electric vehicles for city transport that will remove all necessary permits otherwise needed to run commercial vehicles
A move by major stakeholders to shift from grid to captive and or green energy could come at a cost. Seized about anomalies this move could cause in terms of cross subsidy offered
Buoyed by drop in tariff to record low of Rs 3.46 per unit in the first auction of wind power, the government is mulling putting on the block more such projects next fiscal.
Himachal Pradesh-based SJVN Limited would be constructing the 900 MW Arun-III hydro electric project in Nepal as the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA)
India is seen as a bright spot for infrastructure investment amid rising protectionist measures around the world, said Bill Brummitt, chief operating officer (COO) of the Global Infrastructure Hub, a platform launched by G20 countries to address global infrastructure deficit.
In a role reversal of sorts, domestic users can produce their own electricity and ‘sell’ it to Madhya Pradesh government