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India plans to export petrol and diesel to Pakistan to help meet its energy needs and to open up a new market for Indian refiners, such as giant Reliance Industries, a report said on Monday.

Fuel stationsIn a major reversal of policy, the government is likely to consider on November 10 reserving scarce domestic natural gas for power plants that claim to be built by March 2012 but whose schedule is subject to several conditions.

The government has till now maintained that scarce domestic gas cannot be reserved for anyone and only those customers who are ready to receive the fuel hav

Sternly reminding corporate behemoth Reliance Industries of the importance of social responsibility and environmental concern, a division bench of the Madras High Court asked the company to first assess the impact of its natural gas project on the local population and environment.

RELIANCE Power is considering setting up a gas-based power plant in Andhra Pradesh, instead of Dadri, after the Supreme Court ruled that the government-approved gas price of $4.2 per unit is the benchmark price for gas from the Krishna Godavari basin.

The first ever on-site look at RIL

A judgement on the KG basin gas row is expected soon. A look at its likely impact

Mumbai: Kiran TareMukesh Ambani's Reliance has sacked 1,200 of the 1,600 employees from its proposed Special Economic Zones
(SEZ) in Raigad district. It, anti-SEZ activists say, signals that Reliance is winding up the project.

HC Order In RIL Vs RNRL Case Puts Question Mark On Allocation Policy

THE government, which will be earning close to $9 billion from RIL as part of its profit share, is likely to intervene in the RIL vs RNRL case yet again, as Monday

On April 1, big announcements tend to be taken with a smidgen of salt. This, however, was no prank. On the east coast, in a small village called Gadimoga in Andhra Pradesh, an event that seems set to propel India into the big league in terms of energy security was beginning to play out. Mukesh Ambani