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India To Touch Renewable Energy Capacity Of 260 GW By 2024: Government Secretary

India's renewable power capacity soared by almost 150% in the last five years to 77.6 GW, while the government set a target of 175 GW by 2022.

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IEA Sees Hike In India's Renewable Energy Sector Investment

India is likely to revise the target upwards and this will entail a higher flow of investments into the renewable energy sector, says Fatih Birol, executive director of IEA

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India To Save $ 381 Million Through Sustainable Ethanol Procurement System

In terms of economic feasibility, there are various issues related to the pricing of ethanol suppliers and OMCs, as per the report.

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NTT Com-Netmagic Partners With Tata Power To Build 50 MW Solar Power Project

The capacity will be built in a phased manner with initial capacity of 35 MW increasing up to 50 MW within 24 months of initial commissioning of the plant.

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India To Launch Rules To End Gas Distributors' Monopoly In 34 Areas

Some cities awarded to Indian Oil and Adani Gas Ltd would also now be open to new distributors, under the new provisions.

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India Seeks To Raise $47 Billion From Stake Sales In State Firms Over 5 Years

The plan will open up a steady stream of state companies to greater private investment, and target the kind of annual divestment revenue that will be crucial to meet fiscal deficit targets.

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India's Diesel Demand Set For Detour As Drivers Switch To Gasoline

A slowdown in demand growth in India -- one of Asia's biggest diesel guzzlers -- could add to a persistent glut of diesel in the region, fuelled in part by strong exports from China, and put pressure on regional refining profit margins.

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Oil Near Six-Week Highs Amid Gulf Of Mexico Storm, Middle East Tensions

OPEC said the world would need 29.27 million bpd of crude from its 14 members in 2020, down 1.34 million bpd this year.

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Oil Rises Towards $ 65 As Supply Concerns Outweigh Trade Disputes

"OPEC and its allies are doing their best to support the market", said Tamas Varga, an analyst with PVM.

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Oil Prices Edge Up; Gains Capped As Investors Eye Global Risks

Both oil benchmarks fell last week as concerns about a slowing global economy outweighed risks to supply. Brent fell more than 3% and WTI shed more than 1.5%.

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Oil Prices Fall A Sign Of Slowing US Demand, Economic Concerns

The weakness in oil was offset slightly by the outlook for global supplies.

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Oil Prices Climb As OPEC Extends Cuts, But Demand Worries Persist

Brent crude futures for September delivery were trading up 34 cents, or 0.5%, at $65.40 a barrel

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Asia's Coal Developers Feeling Left Out By Cold Shoulder From Banks

European banks have said they don't want to finance coal projects for a while, Japanese followed and now Singapore. About 85% of the market now don't want to finance coal power plants

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Dirty Oil Crisis Over For Russia, But Contagion Felt On High Seas

But a closer look at a dozen tankers containing dirty Russian oil suggests that for the buyers, the debacle has a long way to run and will cost them hundreds of millions of dollars.

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