Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) and Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) have decided to adopt the Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) technology to lay pipes beneath a few encroachments and other natural obstructions along the planned Motihari-Amlekhgunj Petroleum Pipeline Project, said a report in the Himalayan Times here.
Libya’s state oil company National Oil Corp(NOC) will hold a conference in the eastern city of Benghazi in October to discuss the country’s oil and gas sector, it said on Thursday.
The project to bring Sikkim into the railway map of India is stuck due to a slew of demands raised by Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA) to give the mandatory no objection certificate for tracks to pass through forest land.
State-owned ONGC has torn into regulator DGH’s proposal for auctioning its discovered oil and gas fields, saying national oil companies can raise production if they are offered the same fiscal concessions as being extended to private companies.
Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has been in the red for the last two months after being barred from fully implementing the auto pricing system.
Tearing into DGH’s proposal for auctioning oil and gas fields discovered by national oil companies (NOCs) to private firms, Oil & Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) has said that it should also be allowed to participate in the auction and given the same concessional terms that were being offered to the private bidders.
India has identified 15 discovered fields — with collective reserve of 791.2 million tonnes of crude oil and 333.46 billion cubic metres of gas
The 19-km long Chennai Port-Maduravoyal elevated corridor project is set to get a new lease of life with the State government according its ‘No Objection’ to the new alignment proposed by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI).
IOC pact for supplies until March 2022: To keep China in check, India seals cooking gas supply deal with Nepal
Following threats by Nepal to source its cooking gas from China thereby undermining India’s exclusivity since 1974, New Delhi has rushed in to placate its neighbor by promising to meet its entire domestic demand for petrol products and adding a few more sweeteners such as product pipelines and storage.
Deepening ties with its friendly neighbour, India on Monday renewed its commitment to supply petroleum products to Nepal for another five years.