Minister of State Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan in reply to a question by Barmer MP Col Sona Ram Choudhary Monday agreed that Pakistan is producing gas from the fields located near border areas.
NTPC and Group NTPC achieved highest ever daily generation of 784.74 MUs & 870.11 MUs on 22nd March 2017 surpassing previous best of 782.95MUs & 866.47MUs achieved on 9/9/16.
Two of India’s high wind energy potential states have refused to buy wind power at a rate higher than the one arrived at the country’s first ever wind power auction, putting in jeopardy about 500 MW of projects in these states.
Welspun Steel Ltd (WSL) has received environmental clearance for setting up an integrated steel plant with production capacity of 3 million tonnes per annum in Gujarat at an estimated cost of Rs 14,690 crore.
With power distribution reforms gained momentum soon after the application of EA 2003 (where it was believed to be coined in mid 90’s) , Indian power distribution utilities came along way since then.
PM Modi announces investment of Rs 12,000 crore in upgrading 8 highways in Gujarat to National Highways
“Eight highways in Gujarat, totaling 1,200 km, will be converted into National Highways at an investment of Rs 12,000 crore,” PM Modi said and added that the pace of highways construction has risen 11 times to 22 km per day from 2 km/day during the previous regime.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday announced investment of Rs 12,000 crore in upgrading eight highways in Gujarat to National Highways as part of efforts to boost infrastructure development and job generation in the state.
The Bharuch bridge, that is 521 metres longer than Vidyasagar Setu of Kolkata, is expected to ease traffic woes on the Ahmedabad-Mumbai National Highway, considered to be one of the busiest in India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated some of the most crucial infrastructure projects in Gujarat including the 1.4 kilometre long four-lane cable-bridge over the river Narmada at Bharuch on National Highway-8, considered to be one of the busiest national highways.
OPaL, a joint venture company promoted by ONGC, GAIL, and GSPC, is the single largest petrochemical plant in the country that has a capacity to produce 14 lakh tonnes of polymers and 5 lakh tonnes of chemicals such as benzene annually.
India’s largest petrochemical plant, built by ONGC Petro Additions Ltd (OPaL) at a cost of Rs 30,000 crore, at Dahej Special Economic Zone (SEZ) was dedicated to the nation by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday will inaugurate the Rs 30,000 crore OPaL petrochemical project and dedicate it to the nation.
The government has bailed out state-owned oil producers Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) and Oil India from a potential liability of about Rs 22,000 crore in royalty dues to states like Gujarat and Assam.