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The new mega power policy aims to provide cheap power to states for their economic restructuring and at the same time put pressure on the state governments to initiate reforms in the sector. This was

Government is considering setting up three separate regulatory bodies to monitor and supervise the petroleum sector which is to be completely de-regulated by year 2002, a top Indian Oil Corporation

The US mulninational Enron Power Corporation will achieve financial closure for its second phase of the $1.2 billion Dabhol Phase -II power project in the next 30 days, a top company official said at

Tales of safety problems are emerging from behind the shroud of secrecy that cloaks India's nuclear-power industry. To address the problems, India may have to become more open- and lower its nuclear

The Environment and petroleum ministries have planned a minister-level meeting to sort out the issue of fuel quality improvement in refineries. The environment ministry is of the view that urgent

The National Thermal Power Corportion (NTPC), which is putting up a power project at Cheyyur in Tamil Nadu, plans to use LNG as fuel for the plant. It plans to source the LNG from the project that is

The Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) will withdraw from oil and natural gas drilling activity in Bengal in the next few days after it drew blank from the 50th well drilled in the state and its

Four new nuclear power reactors are expected to be operational by year 2000, Atomic Energy Commission's Dr R Chidambaram said on Wednesday, while asserting that no further nuclear tests are needed in

A two-day seminar on "Photovoltaic Technology in India and Japan", organised by the Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency, began here

Additional power generating capacity of 1,500 mw would be created from renewables in the country during the Ninth Plan, C R Kamalanathan, secretary, mines, said on Tuesday. "This is based on reduced