Prime Minister Narendra Modi will Monday brainstorm with chief executives of top global and Indian oil and gas companies on emerging energy scenario, with ripples from US sanctions on Iran and volatile oil prices threatening growth.
Tehran has found new partners ready to buy Iranian crude oil in spite of the impending reinstatement of US energy sanctions next month, Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri said, according to the IRIB broadcaster.
The recent UN’s IPCC report gives India a “huge” opportunity to develop differently and also stresses the need to make smooth and viable transition from coal, two professors, who were part of the technical support unit of the IPCC have said.
French energy giant Total SA is in talks to buy up to half of Adani Group’s stake in LNG projects in Gujarat and Odisha, an under-construction LPG import facility and in its city gas projects, sources privy to the development said.
As uncertainties loom over the solar power sector, mainly on the policy front, the Sajjan Jindal-led JSW Energy has put its ambitious expansions plans in the segment on the backburner.
The government has asked Coal India Ltd and its subsidiaries to prioritise coal supply to state power producers like NTPC, leaving private electricity plants in a lurch, multiple sources said.
The government has asked Coal India Ltd and its subsidiaries to prioritise coal supply to state power producers like NTPC
Fuel prices continue to burn holes in the pocket of common people, showing no sign of relief in the coming days.
After a period of six years, the Tamil Nadu government has come up with its second solar policy for 2018.
While state-run Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) returned the Sitanala and Parbatpur coal blocks to the coal ministry in March, the latter has not allotted alternative coal blocks to the company so far.