The Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council should not lower the tax incidence on petrol- and diesel-run vehicles according to a statement from the Indian Foundation of Transport Research and Training (IFTRT).
Supply-side constraints may prove to be an obstacle in battery-driven electric vehicles becoming the only technology for future mobility in India and hydrogen-powered fuel cell EVs could become a complementing technology in future, according to a study by KPMG.
Fuel products sales up 3.2% to 176.15 million tonnes in April-January FY2019
Kolkata: Power companies that participated in an auction for long-term fuel supply contracts may sue Coal India for holding another round of auction and not allowing them to bid.
India’s fuel demand rose 6.4 percent in January compared with the same month last year.
Consumption of fuel, a proxy for oil demand, totalled 18.34 million tonnes, data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) of the oil ministry showed.
The two countries accounting for the fastest growth in energy demand – India and China – both start with relatively coal-intensive fuel mixes. The share of coal within India declines only modestly, driven by increasing coal consumption within the Indian power sector
The coverage of cooking gas in the country has increased to nearly 90 per cent in the last five years according to Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Dharmendra Pradhan.
Venezuela’s oil inventories have started to build up at the country’s ports and terminals as PDVSA is finding it cannot export crude at its usual rate due to U.S. sanctions imposed earlier this week, according to sources and shipping data.
NTPC’s co-firing of agricultural residues based fuel could be the game changer in the world of power generation
As the blanket of smog thickens and AQI dips, stubble burning has come under major scrutiny, and rightly so! Paddy straw and other agricultural residues, especially those which do not get priority in the form of cattle fodder, are burnt in the fields by the farmers after harvesting.