In September 2018, India and Bangladesh entered an agreement for a cross-border pipeline to carry one million tonne diesel annually from Siliguri (West Bengal) depot of the Numaligarh Refinery (NRL) to Parbatipur in Bangladesh. One year down the line, the project is gaining speed.
India is concerned about the volatility in crude oil prices after the drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil production facilities substantially hit output said Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) has readied the design to reconstruct an expansion-joint-less, four-lane flyover at Palarivattom on the lines of the one at Edappally to replace the one whose cracked girders will be pulled down, Metroman E. Sreedharan has said.
With the aim of addressing opportunities and challenges in the development of clean coal technologies, the National Centre for Clean Coal Research and Development (NCCCR&D) has been launched at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc.) by the Department of Science & Technology (DST).
The 20 per cent spike in the benchmark Brent crude oil price on Monday in a record intra-day move is perhaps a knee-jerk reaction to the weekend drone strikes that knocked out half of Saudi Aramco’s production capacity and interrupted global crude oil supplies to the tune of 5.7 million barrels per d
The outstanding dues of distribution utilities twoards power producers have risen by over 57 per cent to ₹73,748 crore in July this year, as compared to the same month last year, showing stress in the sector.
News reports that say “Saudi Arabia is shutting down half of its oil production after drones attacked the world’s largest oil processing facility in the Kingdom” are worrisome for large oil consumers such as India, as they could lead to a spike in prices.
Year after year, despite drought conditions in many parts of the country, we produce more and more of sugarcane – a water-guzzling crop, and there is a huge amount of excess sugar in supply in the market today.
The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) has postponed the 3rd Global Renewable Energy Investors’ Meet & Expo (3rd RE-INVEST), citing “some unavoidable reasons”. The meet was to be held in New Delhi between October 30 and November 2.
Extending subsidies and a renewed push by oil marketing companies have helped the Centre achieve its target of disbursing 8 crore free cooking gas connections before the March 2020 deadline. But providing connections is just one part of the push towards cleaner and reliable cooking fuels.