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Latest Articles in Energy Infra

Oil Prices Extend Losses As Demand Concerns Outweigh Tight Supply

Oil prices have been volatile as traders have had to square tighter global supply because of the loss of Russian barrels following the country's invasion of Ukraine, with recessionary worries that could weaken energy demand

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Nord Stream 1 Gas Pipeline Resumes Flows, Easing Supply Concerns

Governments have been bracing for possible further supply cuts and chasing alternative supplies, although the global gas market was stretched even before the Ukraine crisis, with demand for the fuel recovering from the pandemic-induced downturn

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Green Clearance Given To 83 Projects Of Coal India In Last Two Years: Govt

The minister had earlier said that India needs to increase domestic coal production in order to fulfill the ever-growing demand for fuel and reduce import dependency

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30% Of New Vehicles Sold In India By 2030 Can Be Electric: Study

The study by the Council on Energy, Environment and Water (CEEW) further said that half of the new two-wheelers and over a quarter of new three and four-wheelers sold in 2030 could be electric

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Rajarshi Gupta Takes Over As Managing Director Of ONGC Videsh

Prior to this, he was Executive Director - Chief of Corporate Strategy & Planning in ONGC

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EU To Ask Countries To Cut Demand As It Braces For Russian Gas Cuts

Europe is racing to fill its gas storage ahead of winter and build a supply buffer in case Moscow further restricts supplies in retaliation for European support for Ukraine in its war with Russia. Russia's Gazprom has already halted deliveries to some EU states

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SC Upset Over Non-filling Up Of Chairperson Post In Electricity Tribunal

The bench asked the law officer to get instructions as to "why they (GOI) are keeping the files for so many months pending

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Kerala HC Criticizes State Government For "Deplorable Conditions" Of Roads

On Tuesday, Kerala High Court chaired by Justice Devan Ramachandran, slammed state government for the roads contions in the state.

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Iran And Russia's Gazprom Sign Primary Deal For Energy Cooperation

The deal was signed during an online ceremony by the CEOs of both companies on the day Russian President Vladimir Putin arrives in Tehran for a summit with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts

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DGCA Inspection Reveal Airlines Not Following Regulatory Rules On Aircraft Maintenance

Vistadome coaches come with 180-degree rotatable plush seats, large glass windows, glass roofs with anti-glare screens, and a Wi-Fi-based system to offer passengers more information

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Railways Removes Service Charges For Food, Drinks; Tags It On To Prices Of Meals

Under the previous norm of the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC), if the person has not booked their meals along with their train ticket, they had to pay an additional INR 50 while ordering food during the journey, even if it is just a INR 20 cup of tea or coffee

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Poland To Boost Coal Imports, Subsidies Amid Russia Sanctions

The European Union's largest coal producer, dependent on the fuel for some 80 per cent of its electricity generation, in April banned imports of coal from Russia in response to Moscow's invasion of Ukraine

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DLF Aims To Double Retail Presence In 4-5 Years, Building New Malls: Chairman Rajiv Singh

At present, DLF has a retail footprint of 42 lakh square feet comprising eight properties, including malls and shopping centres, mainly across Delhi-NCR

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DVC Draws Up Rs 50,000 Cr Expansion Plan To Double Power Capacity

It is planning to add 660 MWx2 at Raghunathpur, 800 MW at Durgapur and 2x800 MW at Koderma, as part of the brownfield expansion

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