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The Pratapsingh Rane government in Goa yesterday approved an open policy facilitating setting up of small power plants by many entrepreneur to meet his energy needs and to sell the excess power

Japan's deregulation measures for the domestic power sector will likely result in wider use of fuel oil and coal, counter to an agreement reached in Kyoto late last year to reduce greenhouse gas

Scientists at the Indian Institute of Petroleum(IIP), Dehra Dun, have developed new fuel-efficient burners for domestic and industrial use. The burners have better thermal efficiency than those

Engine oil made from rapeseed is a green alternative to petroleum-based oil, according to an American crop scientist. The oil is said to be just as good at lubricating, and they say is better for the

As anger over 20 days of blackouts and power-cuts in New Zealand's biggest city mounted on Wednesday, more than 500 business prepared to sue Mercury Energy and protesters planned to join an upcoming

The ONGC today said that a gas leak was detected at Bombay Offshore and control operations had been launched. Gas bubbling was observed on the sea water at the LB platform, connected to the main NQO

As many as 19 non-conventional energy-based power projects with an installed capacity of 70.635 MW have been commissioned in the State by various developers as on January 1998 at an estimated cost of

Unocal, a leading Californian oil refiner, has won a further round in its battle with six other oil groups over patent rights to clean burning motor fuel. A federal judge refused to overturn a jury

U.S. power plants burned 870 million tons of coal in 1996, leaving about 100 million tons of ash to be disposed of. Only about a quarter of that was recycled, according to the Electric Power Research

Enron's $800-million 740 MW power plant in Dabhol, Maharashtra , faces some fresh uncertainty over the import of fuel worth Rs 979.34 crore required for phase I of the project.