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Latest Articles in Energy Infra

Scarcity Of land Calls For More Preference To Redevelopment Projects In Mumbai Metropolitan Region

With over 14 redevelopment properties since 1994, Bharat Infrastructure discusses strategies to provide better residential complexes to residents in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. The scarcity of construction space has resulted in the low supply of stocks and according to them, redevelopment is the key to solve major residential issues.

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BPCL: In New Horizons

BPCL is strategically diversifying into renewable energy, petrochemicals and natural gas

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NTPC: Energising The Nation

NTPC, one of India’s largest power utility companies, is on an expansion spree

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Indian Oil Corporation: Fuelling Growth

The oil behemoth is on course to mark 60th year of its excellence

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Focus: India's Electric Vehicle Goals Being Realised On Two Wheels, Not Four

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has set a target of electric vehicles making up 30 percent of new sales of cars and two-wheelers by 2030 from less than 1 per cent today

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The Future Of Green Logistics In India

Countering the impact of traditional logistics practices, Green logistics attempts to measure and minimize the ecological impacts of logistics activities. It encompasses a wide variety of sub- sectors viz. warehousing, transportations, packaging, distribution and disposal

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Iran Hopes India Will Seek Fresh Waiver From U.S. Sanctions - Deputy Foreign Minister

In November, the Unites States granted a six-month waiver from sanctions to India and allowed New Delhi to continue to import a limited quantity of Iranian oil

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Iran Minister Says EU Trade Arrangement Moving Slowly, Talking To India, China

The EU wanted a so-called special purpose vehicle (SPV) to help preserve the economic benefits for Iran deriving from the curbs Tehran placed on its nuclear programme under a 2015 deal with world powers

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Indian State Firms Allowed Private Help With Old Oil, Gas Blocks

India is the world's third-largest oil consumer and buys about 80 per cent of its supplies from abroad. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a target to cut India's dependence on foreign oil to 67 per cent by 2022

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ONGC To Reconsider Government Demand To List Exploration Subsidiary, Says Chairman

The government in August had asked India's biggest state-owned oil company to list its subsidiary as part of a drive to sell state-assets to raise funds

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State Oil Firms Have Stopped Taking Margin Hit On Petrol And Diesel Sales

In October, the Finance ministry had cut its production tax on the two fuels by 1.50 rupees a litre and had asked state-owned fuel retailers to reduce their marketing margins by 1 rupee a litre to insulate consumers from a surge in global oil prices at the time

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Indian Oil Says Iran May Still Invest In Chennai Petroleum Expansion

Iran's participation has been questioned after India cut back its Iranian crude oil imports following U.S. sanctions

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IOC: Energising The Nation

IOC accounts for nearly half of India’s petroleum products market share, with sales of 88.76 million tonnes in 2017-18

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On The High Seas

FY18 was a year of recovery for E&P companies, but the ONGC, stands out in the clutter for its persistent investment in exploration

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IEA Sees Global Oil Supply Tightening More Quickly In 2019

Uncertainty over the global economy stemming from U.S.-China trade tensions could undermine oil consumption next year, as growth in supply gathers pace

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