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UDAY Not Failure; New Scheme Likely In Budget: R K Singh

Last year in August the centre had made it mandatory to provide letter of credit for buying power by the discoms.

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Oil Rises, But Potential Impact Of China Virus On Fuel Demand Haunts Market

Brent crude futures were up 31 cents, or 0.5 per cent, at $62.35 a barrel by 0741 GMT after falling 1.9 per cent the previous session.

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Oil Industry In Davos: Torn Between Greta And Trump

While climate activists, notably Greta Thunberg, have called for all fossil fuel production to be halted to avert catastrophe, US President Donald Trump has decried "prophets of doom" and hailed the economic importance of oil and gas.

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Oil Falls As Spectre Of China Virus Looms Over Fuel Demand

Brent crude futures were down $1.59, or 2.5%, at $61.62 a barrel by 1426 GMT, having touched their lowest since Dec. 4. They lost 2.1% in the previous session.

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GE T&D Bags Rs 173 Crore Order For Power Distribution In Jammu, Srinagar

The project includes a five-year maintenance services contract besides supply and integration of a host of solutions in the overall distribution network of the two cities.

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ONGC Gets 28 Bids For 50 Oil, Gas Fields In 1st Bid Round

ONGC had clubbed the 64 fields into 17 onshore contract areas that have a cumulative 300 million tonne of oil and oil equivalent natural gas reserves.

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Adani Power Drives 21% Jump In Indian Utilities' Coal Imports In 2019

Imports rose to 69.51 million tonnes, the highest level since 2015, data from the Central Electricity Authority showed.

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We Aim To Become World's Largest Solar Power Player By 2025, Says Gautam Adani

Adani Group not just owns coal-fired power plants but also coal mines in India and Australia. It has invested big time in coal as the Adani empire of mines, cargo ships, ports and power plants depend heavily on it.

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Oil Slides As IEA Surplus Forecast Overshadows Libya Disruption

Brent crude was down 43 cents, or 0.7%, at $64.16 a barrel at 0941 GMT. West Texas Intermediate also fell 43 cents to $57.95 a barrel, having declined 0.3% the day before.

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Indian Utilities' Coal Imports Rise To Highest In Four Years

Overall imports of thermal coal for the 10 months to October were up 12.6% at 163.86 million tonnes, coal ministry data showed.

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China Virus Could Hit Oil Prices By $3 Per Barrel: Goldman

The outbreak began in the central Chinese city of Wuhan in Hubei and has spread to the rest of the country, with 440 confirmed cases and nine deaths so far.

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BPCL: Changing With The Times

BPCL is aiming to enhance energy and operational efficiency, improve processes and technologies.

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Oil Prices Fall Nearly 1% As Supply Concerns Ease

Brent crude was down 62 cents, or nearly 1 per cent, at $64.58 per barrel by 0646 GMT, after rising to its highest in more than a week on Monday.

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ONGC: Fuelling The Nation

Its international arm, ONGC Videsh, has participation in 41 projects across 20 countries.

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India Thermal Coal Imports Fall For Three Months In A Row

Imports of thermal coal, used mainly for electricity generation, fell 10.7 per cent to 15.62 million tonnes in October.

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