The Delhi government recently announced that it would not charge any fee on power bills of up to 200 units, following which Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that Delhi has the cheapest power tariffs in the country.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani challenged countries who accused Iran of carrying out this month”s attack on a Saudia Arabian oil facility to provide evidence.
Amid reports that Saudi Aramco is set to announce its IPO next month, which would be the world”s largest ever listing, India would be looking to expedite the $44 billion West Coast refinery project in Maharashtra, in which Saudi Aramco is to hold considerable stake
In his first, detailed interview on some critical issues since assuming office in his second term as petroleum and natural gas minister, Dharmendra Pradhan speaks to Pranay Sharma about developments in volatile West Asia
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday told a global business forum that his government is looking at ways and technology in coal gasification to ensure the natural resource is used by the country in a clean and environment-friendly manner to meet its energy requirements.
Union Minister Pralhad Joshi on Tuesday said the government is in the process of identifying blocks to be put up for auction for commercial mining of coal to Indian as well as overseas miners.
The government on Saturday said that it has awarded grants to the four projects selected in the second round of PACEsetter fund programme. The PACEsetter fund was constituted by India and the USA in 2015 as a joint fund to provide early-stage grant funding to accelerate the commercialisation of innovative off-grid clean energy products
The UN headquarters will be powered with green electricity when the Gandhi Solar Park gifted by India comes online on September 24 symbolising New Delhi”s commitment to fighting climate change.
The dramatic changes in Saudi Arabias political administration is expected to have global ramifications, given that energy is the edifice of the gargantuan Saudi commercial empire.
India”s largest oil and gas exploration and production company, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) on Friday said it has 27 projects worth Rs 87,000 crore which are on stream and will be completed in the next 3-4 years.