State-run Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd (HPCL) will go solo in building its second liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cavern in Mangalore, Karnataka. HPCL, which was in talks with France’s national oil company Total SA to partner in building an underground LPG storage facility
Raj Kumar Singh, India’s minister for power and new and renewable energy, wants to bring financial discipline to state electricity discoms. In an interview, the former home secretary and a 1975 batch Bihar cadre IAS officer spoke about linking funding under the Union government’s schemes to discoms’ performanc
The YS Jagan Mohan Reddy-led Andhra Pradesh government has softened its stand on the controversial plan to reopen the power purchase agreements (PPAs) inked under the previous TDP government.
PTC India Ltd, India’s largest electricity trader, will buy surplus power from Bhutan government-run Druk Green Power Corp. Ltd, which runs the 720 megawatts (MW) Mangdechhu hydropower project.
India recently conducted two auctions for wind/solar hybrid projects. Both the auctions were under-subscribed, with bids totalling 1.56GW awarded to SB Energy, Adani Green Energy and ReNew Power, against a total of 2.4GW on offer.
Reaching a landmark, the railways enabled free Wi-Fi at its 3000th station as the facility went live at Rajasthan’s Ellenabad on Monday, with 1,000 stations connected in just 15 days, officials said.
India’s liquefied natural gas (LNG) imports rose 4.6% year-on-year and 15.6% month-on-month to 91 million metric standard cubic meter per day (mmscmd) in June, according to data from the Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell and Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.
Investment, merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the roads sector has picked up pace this year as foreign investors pump in millions of dollars to acquire operating roads and developers look to sell assets to pare debt.
In a major ease for commuters, a 300-metres walkway connecting the interchange metro stations of Blue and Aqua lines was inaugurated on Sunday, officials said.
The outstanding dues of power producers from distribution utilities have risen by more than 30 per cent to ₹46,412 crore in June 2019 compared to the same month of the last year, showing stress in the sector.