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Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) shut down its catalytic reforming unit (CRU) at the Mumbai refinery, following a fire. The cause of the fire is yet to be

Royal Dutch/Shell published its first externally verified environmental audit and said it expects to increase the flaring of unwanted natural gas this year-paradoxically to reducte global warming.

The financing of the Rs 4,400 core, 1000-mw Mangalore power project of Cogentrix and CLP Power International, will suffer a serious setback and its power purchase agreement (PPA) may now have to be

With the US adopting a more conciliatory stance on economic sanctions on India, the Indian Renewable energy Development Agency Ltd (IREDA) is expecting its second line of credit from the Wrold Bank,

If all had gone as intended, on July 1st Sweden would have celebrated the closure of a nuclear reactor name Barseback-1. But the plant's owner, Sydkraft AB, did not want to join the party. It visted

Dabhol Power Company, owned by US-based Enron Corporation, yesterday made a formal presentation to IDBI and ICICI for financing the second phase of its $1.8 billion 1,444 mw power

Rising fuel costs and energy shortages have put the shine back on wind power generation in Tamil Nadu, which has over 72 per cent of the installed capacity in the country. After suffering a setback

Haryana has received the first instalment of Rs 240 crores out of the Rs 2400 crores World Bank loan sanctioned for implementation of the reform programme in its power sector. The second instalment

U.S. officials say they have not yet raised enough funds to supply North Korea with oil in return for freezing its nuclear program, but they expressed confidence that the money would be found. The

Operating personnel at a nuclear plant considered unsafe by neighbouring Austria increased its electricity output and said the plant would be fully operational by the end of