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ONGC Becomes 1st Gas Producer To Trade On IGX

The gas traded is from ONGC Krishna Godavari 98/2 block, it said, but did not specify the volumes that were sold

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Tata Power, Tata Motors To Develop 7MWp Solar Rooftop In Passenger Vehicles

The rooftop installation is collectively expected to generate 23 million units of electricity, mitigating 5.23 lakh tonne of carbon dioxide

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India Set To Be Leader In Green Hydrogen: Petroleum Minister Puri At Davos

Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Hardeep Puri said said special emphasis is being given on green hydrogen, biofuel blending and exploration and production of biofuel from alternative sources

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Steel Prices Likely To Fall By Up To 15% In Domestic Market: EEPC

Reacting to the government's move to levy export duty on some steel items, EEPC India Chairman Mahesh Desai said engineering goods manufacturers and exporters would benefit from the move and become more competitive in the global markets

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It's Becoming Unsustainable To Sell Fuel In India: Private Retailers

Despite a surge in oil prices, state-owned Indian Oil Corporation, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation and Bharat Petroleum Corporation first froze petrol and diesel rates for a record 137 days beginning early November 2021 when five states including Uttar Pradesh went to the polls, and last month again went into a hiatus that is now 47 days old

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Maharashtra, Kerala, Rajasthan Reduce VAT On Petrol, Diesel After Centre Cuts Excise Duty

The Shiv Sena-led Maharashtra government slashed the VAT on petrol by Rs 2.08 per litre and diesel by Rs 1.44 per litre. A statement issued by the government said the state exchequer will have to bear an annual loss of Rs 2,500 crore as a result of this decision

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Power Generation Doubles In May On Imported Coal Blending

Several measures taken by the Ministry of Power in recent past have ensured increased power generation in domestic coal-based (DCB) plants as well as (imported coal-based) ICB plants

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Export Duty Hike: Ficci Seeks 3 Months To Clear 'Pending Steel Orders'

Reacting to the government's move to levy export duty on some steel items, V R Sharma, co-chair of FICCI Steel Committee said, "I suggest at least three months should be given to taper off orders and to supply the orders taken"

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New Emission Norms In Construction To Boost Exports To Mature Markets: Expert

The BS (CEV/Trem) V standards, starting from April 1, 2024, cover a wider range of engines, including those smaller than 8 kW and those larger than 560 kW, and introduce PN (particular number) limits for those engines with rated power between 19 and 560 kW

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Greenko To Supply Green Power To ArcelorMittal, Ayana Renewable, 3 States

Hyderabad-based Greenko Group is among the largest renewable energy (RE) companies with an installed capacity of 7.5 gigawatt across solar, wind and hydro generation assets spread in 15 states

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Infra Projects Of Rs 500 Cr And More To Route Through PM GatiShakti's NPG

An integrated infrastructure network planning group (NPG) has been constituted which has representations from various connectivity infrastructure ministries/departments involving their heads of network planning division for unified planning and integration of the proposals

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Investment Trust IndiGrid Net Profit In March Qtr Jumps 45% To Rs 99.80 Cr

The consolidated net profit in the fiscal 2021-22 also rose to Rs 343.27 crore, from Rs 334.40 crore in 2020-21

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CNG Price Hiked By Rs 2 Per Kg

CNG prices rose by Rs 8.74 per kg in the last three months of 2021, and from January there was a steady increase of about 50 paise a kg almost every week

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U.S. Energy Secretary Does Not Rule Out Secondary Sanctions On Buyers Of Russian Oil

The United States, along with Britain and Canada have placed bans on purchases of Russian oil after Moscow's invasion of Ukraine. But Washington has not placed so-called secondary sanctions on countries that buy Russian oil, the type of measures it has slapped on countries that buy oil from Iran

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Govt Asks CEA To Allow Utilities To Import Up To 30% Of Coal Needs

in a May 18 letter to the secretary of the Central Electricity Regulatory Commission (CERC), a federal power ministry official citing a "public interest" provision in India's electricity law said it was "imperative" power generators be allowed to use more imported coal

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