Indian Railways is working with IT firm Oracle to upgrade its information technology systems, as projects such as human resources (HR) management system, network optimisation, and ‘Master Data Management’ are on the drawing board.
The growth in India’s demand for petrol and jet fuel is expected to slow slightly this year, the head of the country’s largest refiner said on Tuesday, as prospects for world trade deteriorate.
In the first Budget of the second term of the Modi-led government, the focus should be on the unfinished agenda for transport infrastructure — ensuring safety for all users, particularly road, sustainability and growth.
India is engaging with the US on alternatives for oil imports in view of the US sanctions on Iran, an official has said. The matter will feature prominently on India’s agenda in US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s meeting with his Indian counterpart, S Jaishankar, on Wednesday.
More Indian-flagged crude oil and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) tankers are taking the Indian Navy escort service on their journey through the Strait of Hormuz carrying oil and gas for Indian buyers after the government last week allowed fleet owners to deploy Navy
India has flagged the rising crude oil prices to Saudi Arabia and sought keeping it at reasonable levels. Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Steel, Dharmendra Pradhan had a telephonic conversation with Khalid Al-Falih
India’s crude oil production in May stood at 2.8 million tonnes while gas production was reported at 2738.92 million standard cubic meters, as per latest government figures.
GAIL (India) Ltd has hired a liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier on short-term charter from Japan’s Mitsui OS K Lines Ltd, Junichiro Ikeda, President of the Japanese fleet owner, disclosed after signing the deal.
When farmers in the Jawhar block of Palghar district in Maharashtra started to migrate to eke out a living, a majority of them believed that they would never be able to develop their farm lands as rains became scarce and temperatures soared for most part of the year.
We wish to inform that NTPC participated in the 750 MW tender floated by Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) for Rajasthan. In the Reverse Auction held on 19.06.2019, NTPC has won 160 MW of Solar capacities at a levelised tariff of Rs.2.50/unit, applicable for 25 years.