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India Raises Cost Of Refinery Project With Aramco By 36 Per Cent: Sources

The new cost estimate of $60 billion for the refinery was given to Saudi Arabia's energy minister Khalid al-Falih at a meeting with Indian Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan last month in New Delhi, said the four sources familiar with the talks between the two ministers.

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Petronas Says Has No Intention Of Buying Stake In India's Bina Oil Refinery

While India remains a key market for Petronas, we have no intention of acquiring any stake in the said refinery, the company said.

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India's Oil Minister Urges Local Oil Firms To Boost Overseas Funding

Many companies have successfully raised funding through overseas bond market and this funding route is likely to grow many fold going forward

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No Bill For Electricity Usage Of Up To 200 Units In Delhi

Those consuming 201 to 401 units of electricity will continue to get 50 per cent power subsidy.

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Oil Slips 1 Per Cent After Fed Disappoints, U.S. Crude Output Rises

Brent crude futures, the international benchmark, fell 62 cents, or 1 per cent, to $64.43 a barrel by 0405 GMT, having fallen more than $ 1 earlier in the session. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was down 67 cents, or 1.2 per cent, at $ 57.91 a barrel, also having dropped more than a $1 earlier.

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India Expects Coal-fired Power Capacity To Grow 22% In Three Years

Most of the capacity addition is likely to come from utilities owned by the state and federal governments

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India's 2019 Thermal Coal Imports Could Rise Up To 13 Per Cent

India's coal imports from Australia and Colombia will increase in the long run as demand for high-energy coal grows due to environmental reasons, Dale Hazelton said at the India Coal Conference in New Delhi.

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Palm Oil Prices Likely To Recover In Second Half 2019: Analyst

There has been a rise in biodiesel demand in Indonesia, while China has also been increasing palm oil imports due to slowing crushing of soybeans, said Mielke, Editor, Hamburg, Germany-based newsletter Oil World.

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India's 2019 Thermal Coal Imports Seen At 180-185 Million T: WoodMac

WoodMac previously said India's thermal coal imports grew at their fastest pace since 2014 to 164 million tonnes in 2018.

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India's Renewable Energy Cost Lowest In the Asia Pacific: WoodMac

"High-quality solar resources, market scale and competition have pushed solar costs down to half the level seen in many other Asia Pacific countries".

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Saudi's Falih Calls On Buyers To Secure Oil Shipments In Hormuz

"We, of course, call on the international community and have discussions with my counterpart Minister Pradhan today that India also needs to do its part of securing free navigation of sea links transporting energy to the rest of the world," al-Falih told Reuters after meeting with India's Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.

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Global Solar Installations To Reach Record High This Year: Research

Low auction prices are also expected to help boost new solar PV capacity by the end of this year to 114.5 gigawatts (GW), 17.5% higher than 2018 and the first time new installations have exceeded 100 GW.

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Oil Crawls Up Amid Middle East Tensions; Weak Demand Outlook Caps Gains

Brent crude futures rose 14 cents, or 0.2%, to $63.32 a barrel by 0502 GMT, after dropping 1% overnight - the first fall in four sessions.

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NTPC Signs MoU With BHEL To Set Up Environmental Friendly Coal Fired Power Plant

The demonstration plant shall be based on the Advanced Ultra Super Critical (AUSC) technology which marks a significant improvement in operational parameters over contemporary supercritical technology.

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Indian Utilities' Coal Imports In First Half Of 2019 Rise Over 53% From Year Ago

The utilities have been ramping up imports of thermal coal after India's top court in October eased their earlier stance and paved the way for passing on increased generation costs to consumers.

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