Vedanta Resources Plc plans to invest as much as Rs 200 billion (USD 2.9 billion) over three years to expand its alumina and aluminium producing capacity in Odisha, its chairman Anil Agarwal said.
The 5 R strategies of power generation that GETS 2016 shall focus on are Reduce (Fuel, Land, Water, Materials, Manpower, Time & Cost), Renewable (Solar, Wind, Biomass, geothermal, fuel cell etc), Reuse (Waste heat, Water Reuse, Ash utilization, Land reuse, Waste & Sewage recycle), Retrofit (Renovation & Modernization for Power Plants) and Rebuild (New Construction Technologies, Eco Friendly materials, Green Townships & Infrastructure).
Focusing on the 5 R strategies of power generation and line with the India’s Paris Ratification, India’s largest power company,
First Solar, the world’s largest manufacturer of thin-film cadmium telluride (CdTe) modules and utility-scale solar solutions provider, reported net income of $1.49 per share for the third quarter, beating analysts’ bottom line expectations.
As the prime showcase of India's hydrocarbon sector, the three-day mega event will see participation of over 100 eminent speakers and 6,000 delegates from 68 countries, including technologists, scientists, planners and policy-makers, management experts, entrepreneurs, service-providers and vendors. Along with the Conference being held at Vigyan Bhawan, the event will have a concurrent Exhibition spread over 15,000 square metres at Pragati Maidan.
Preparations for the upcoming PETROTECH-2016, 12th International Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition were
Roy has made major contribution in the HR framework of the Company by introducing various innovative ideas like securing the position of NTPC as the Best Company to work for since 2008.
Saptarshi Roy has taken over the charge as Director (Human Resource), NTPC.
Prior to this, he was the Executive Director - Retail of HPCL. An alumni of Madras University, Jeyakrishnan joined HPCL in 1981 and has a rich and varied experience spanning over 35 years across the spectrum of Petroleum marketing.
S Jeyakrishnan has assumed charge as Marketing Director of state-owned Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL)
In a clear indication that oil companies are geared up to meet the target of BS IV and BS VI, IndianOil’s Mathura Refinery
Tata Steel Minerals Canada together with its parent companies signed Definitive Agreements for concluding investments of C$125 million as Equity and C$50 million as Debt with Government of Quebec’s investment entities, Resources Quebec (RQ) and Investment Quebec (IQ) respectively, totaling C$175 million.
South Korea’s Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Co. is expected to win a 2 trillion won ($1.75 billion) order to build two mega thermal power plants in India next month.
India is scouting for new liquefied natural gas contracts globally as part of a push to secure cheap supplies for its under-utilized gas-fired power plants.