Supply of coal by state-owned CIL to the power sector registered a decline of 8.5 per cent to 253 million tonnes in the April-October period of this fiscal. Fuel supply by Coal India in the year-ago period was 276.8 million tonnes (MT), according to official data.
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The modern railway coach factory here in Uttar Pradesh will be using a humanoid robot ”Sona 1.5” to transport documents from one place to another. It is a full-service robot made in India built by Najavunjpavad Jaipur and was tested on November 18.
World”s largest oil company Aramco is yet to make up its mind to participate in disinvestment of Indian fuel refiner and retailer Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) where government intends to sell its entire 53.29 per cent stake to a strategic investor.
The National Green Tribunal (NGT) appointed committee has decided to recommend the NGT payment of additional compensation to the next of kin of coal miners killed in three different mining tragedies in Meghalaya.
Government may shut doors on further consolidation in the public sector oil companies but allow companies to diversify and grow organically to achieve the scales that matches the performance of international and domestic private sector oil and gas companies.
Union Cabinet is likely to take up the strategic disinvestment of the entire stake of government of India along with transfer of management control in oil marketing PSU – BPCL this month to push ahead the exercise, sources said.
The Centre is unlikely to consider the Odisha government”s demand for revision of coal royalty as Union Coal and Mines Minister Prahlad Joshi on Friday said that it is linked to the power tariff.
Crude oil futures on Friday fell by Rs 59 to Rs 4,034 per barrel after participants reduced positions, tracking a subdued trend in global markets. On the Multi Commodity Exchange, crude oil prices for November delivery dropped by Rs 59, or 1.44 per cent, to Rs 4,034 per barrel with a business volume of 26,575 lots.
Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) told the National Green Tribunal Thursday that construction of a commercial complex above Bhikaji Cama Place station was conceptualised in 2012 and it is not an afterthought as alleged by a plea challenging the structure which will add to its revenue.