Indraprasthta Gas Ltd. in collaboration with M/s Ituk Manufacturing India Pvt. Ltd. has launched a pilot programme to run two wheelers on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) recently in Delhi.
Indraprasthta Gas Ltd. in collaboration with M/s Ituk Manufacturing India Pvt. Ltd. has launched a pilot programme to run two wheelers on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) recently in Delhi. The salient features of programme are as under: (i) The type approval of the CNG kit in two wheelers has been taken from Automotive Research Association […]
“We have brought solar revolution in a big way to India. In the last two years, there was highest ever renewable energy capacity expansion in wind and solar. In fact, solar energy capacity, which was 2,400 MW in 2014, has now crossed 7,000 MW,” the Coal, Power and Renewable Energy Minister said during his visit to Chennai.
CBM production assumes an added significance to the State of West Bengal as hydrocarbon discovery on a commercial scale in the conventional reservoirs like sandstone or limestone is yet to materialise.
In what will bridge the ongoing power shortages in Karnataka and following intervention of the Union Minister Piyush Goyal, the government of Karnataka has agreed to provide all assistance to the completion of the four ongoing transmission projects that includes the 400 KV Yelahanka LILO, 400KV Dharmapuri-Somanahally D/C Line, 400 KV Madhugiri –Yelahanka D/C line […]
Under this round, 67 DSF of ONGC and Oil India Ltd, which could not be monetized during previous years, are being offered for international bidding. Progressive administrative and fiscal procedures have been introduced in this bidding process in sync with best international practices. A data room will also be opened in office premises of ONGC Videsh Ltd in Houston during the road shows.
The project will not only ensure uninterrupted supply of power in Gurgaon city but will also put an end to the diesel generated costly power being used by industrial units in the city as also being supplied by builders and colonisers to residents of Gurgaon at a very high price of anywhere between Rs 14-20 a unit as against the average tariff of Rs 3-4 a unit for electricity supplied through the grid in the country.