Mining mogul Anil Agarwal today welcomed the Centre’s decision to open up coal mining to the private sector for commercial use and said the move will usher in much needed competition and increase domestic and foreign direct investment in the sector.
The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on a week-long visit to India. While trade, education, infrastructure, and skill development top the visit’s agenda, climate change action is another dimension highly important for the long-term economic growth and the international reputation of both Canada and India.
Indian land between Bangladesh and Nepal is going to be the conduit for the two friendly international neighbors to have large scale hydropower trade in between.
Oil markets were split on Tuesday, with US crude was pushed up by reduced flows from Canada while international Brent prices eased.
Australia’s Oil Search on Tuesday reported a near threefold rise in annual core profit, underpinned by robust sales and rising oil and gas prices, and outlined a major expansion in Papua New Guinea.
The Andhra Pradesh Electricity Contract Employees have threatened the state government of a strike if their demands for job regularisation are not met.
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), the nation’s largest fuel retailer, today announced Ranjan Kumar Mohapatra has taken over as Director (Human Resources) on the company’s board with effect from today.
The state government, on Sunday, signed a MoU with IOT Infrastructure and Energy Services (IOT) to set up a Rs500 crore petroleum terminal in Borkhedi, around 40km from the city.
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), India’s state-owned petroleum explorer, today said completion of projects in Cluster 2 of a deep-water block in the Krishna Godavari Basin off the east coast may get delayed.
Oil price agency S&P Global Platts, a unit of S&P Global Inc , said on Monday it will publish daily price assessments for 11 crude oilgrades on a delivered North Asia basis, from March 26