Workers wash stones stained by oil sludge at Ramakrishna Nagar in Ernavur in north Chennai on Thursday

The bunker oil spilt by Indian flagship vessel M T Dawn Kancheepuram after it collided with the Isle of Man's vessel B W Maple could persist in the environment for months or years if not removed.

The MoU for the 2,700 Mw plant was signed with the state during the Global Investors Summit

India plans to more than double its liquefied natural gas (LNG) annual import capacity to 50 million tonnes in the next few years, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Thursday.

India on Thursday expressed its commitment to develop a regional energy hubwork at Trincomalee in Sri Lanka and offered to work with the Sri Lankan government in developing gas infrastructure in th

Indian Railways and state-owned companies in energy sector including Oil and Natural Gas Corporation, Indian Oil Corporation and NTPC Ltd could soon be funding the country’s nuclear energy expansio

India and Sri Lanka will jointly operate 30 oil tanks in Trincomalee, kick-starting a plan to develop the coastal town into a regional petroleum hub, Sri Lanka’s Petroleum Minister Chandima Weerakk

The call to leverage JVs for new projects under the foreign collaboration route marks a departure from the current strategy.

Indian Oil Corp (IOC), the nation's largest oil company, plans to nearly double refining capacity to 150 million tonnes by 2030 to meet fast expanding energy needs of the country, its Chairman B As

The Centre is not giving “step- motherly” treatment to West Bengal while assessing projects for environment clearance and there is no delay on its part as the approval system is online and transpar