India’s oil demand will double to more than 9 million barrels a day, marking largest absolute consumption growth for any country, and its dependence on imports will rise to 90% by 2040, according to the International Energy Agency’s latest World Energy Outlook.
Tata Steel is introducing a fleet of electric vehicles for employees commuting in Jamshedpur under its Go-Green initiative. “The company has partnered with Tata Motors to deploy 40 Tigor Electric Vehicles (EVs) by FY22 in a staggered manner,” Tata Steel said in an official statement.
Inclusion of natural gas in the goods and services tax regime, pipeline tariff reform and pricing freedom for all domestic gas would be necessary to make the proposed gas trading hub a success, the chief of Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board has said.
State-run Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) is evaluating the option of throwing its hat in the ring and taking over the entire government stake in fellow oil-refiner-marketer Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL
Mumbai Suburban Railway, which is also known as ‘Mumbai’s lifeline’ is maintained and controlled by the Western Railway division along with the Central Railways zone of the Indian Railways.
Power producers’ total outstanding dues owed by distribution companies rose around 37 per cent to Rs 69,558 crore in September 2019 over the same month last year, reflecting stress in the sector.
Two new countries Eritrea and Saint Kittis and Nevis have signed the International Solar Alliance’s (ISA) Framework Agreement at its second Assembly in the national capital on Thursday, taking the membership strength of the body to 83, according to an official statement.
MUMBAI: Central Railway has formed a fully departmental ‘Mobile Gang’ to take care of Stations and Track cleanliness. A first of its kind over Central Railway, this Mobile gang comprising 28 Safai Staff with one supervisor visits different stations taking care of the Station and Track cleanliness. Till now they have visited and cleaned 20 … Continue reading “Central Railway forms Mobile Gang for Cleanliness Drive over Mumbai Suburban Section” …
Coal demand in Asia will grow in coming years primarily due to its affordability as the region needs to power up its fast-growing economies, a director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Wednesday.
The Joint Electricity Regulatory Commission (JERC) has sought status report on the implementation of power sector reforms from the Chandigarh administration. A senior UT official said the process to implement power sector reforms is on and soon they will submit their reply to the JERC.