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Latest Articles in Energy Infra

India's March Electricity Use Falls 9.2% Over National Shutdown

Electricity supply fell to 100.2 billion units in March from 110.33 billion a year earlier, an analysis of load despatch data by state-run POSOCO showed.

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Adani Enterprises Bags Rs 867 Crore Hybrid Annuity Road Project From NHAI

"Adani Enterprises will continue to evaluate and bid for attractive opportunities in the transport sector which generates value for stakeholders," it said in a statement.

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COVID-19: Indian Oil Corporation Insures Over 3.2 Lakh Employees

According to the Union Health Ministry, there are 1397 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in India which includes 123 recoveries and 35 fatalities.

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Oil Ends March With Biggest Monthly And Quarterly Losses Ever

Forecasters at major merchants and banks see demand slumping by 20% to 30% in April, and for weak consumption to linger for several months.

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Adani Transmission Circles Up Second Tranche Of $90 Million

ATL's strategy is to cater to the growing demands for power by expanding its network, especially in channelising green energy to consumptive centres of the country.

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Crude Rises After US, Russia Agree To Oil Market Talks

Brent crude was up by 19 cents, or 0.8%, at $22.95 a barrel by 0051 GMT, after closing at $22.76 in the previous session, the lowest close since November 2002.

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HPCL Invokes Force Majeure On Iraqi Oil

HPCL has cut crude processing at its Mumbai refinery by 10%, while it is operating its Vizag refinery at 100% capacity to feed southern Indian market.

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India's Invokes Force Majeure On Iraqi Oil - Industry Source

State-run HPCL was scheduled to lift these cargoes containing one million barrels each in the first half of April, this source said.

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ABB's Power Grid Business Announces Listing Of Indian Arm On BSE, NSE

The company has about 4,500 employees across five manufacturing sites, 12 branch offices and R&D centre on the subcontinent.

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Oil Futures Slide As Pandemic Darkens Demand Outlook

Brent futures were down 5.8%, or $1.45, to $23.48 a barrel as of 0623 GMT, after earlier dropping to $23.03, the lowest since November 2002.

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Oil Crash Puts Africa's Cash-Strapped Producers In Peril

Nigeria, which has cut nearly $5 billion from its budget and promised a halt to all non-essential projects, said it needs 120 billion naira ($333.33 million) to fight the coronavirus outbreak.

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Crude Oil Futures Drop As Pandemic Darkens Demand Outlook

Brent futures were down 6.7%, or $1.68, to $23.25 a barrel as of 0249 GMT, after earlier dropping to $23.03, the lowest since November 2002.

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Saudi Arabia Assures India Of Uninterrupted LPG Supply: Dharmendra Pradhan

"Prince Abdulaziz assured (me) of LPG supplies in the coming days to support our domestic requirement," Dharmendra Pradhan posted on his Twitter account.

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India Asks State-Run Power Producers To Ensure Supply

Power generators have also been hit by a steep fall in power demand as most commercial establishments and industries have stopped functioning due to the lockdown.

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Two Indian Refiners Declare Force Majeure To Curb Mideast Oil Supply

Global fuel demand is set to drop by as much as 20% in the second quarter as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 22,000 people.

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