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The Complete Energy and Infrastructure Sector Blog

Integration of Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas and Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers: The Logic

Published: 01/17/2017

The union government of India has embodied 52 ministries as on January 2017 and sometimes due to complex mechanism and the inter relation of ministries it becomes onerous for many industrial bodies to get approvals and clearances. The high interconnections of two such industries about which many downstream business magnates and policy makers are concerned about are, the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas and the Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers. Adding on, refineries and petrochemicals which

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Year End Review – Coal Sector (2016)

Published: 01/13/2017

Coal Sector - Overview of the Year 2016 : The year 2016 has witnessed a series of steps initiated by the Government to further push the growth story of the last fiscal. Fuel Supply uncertainties which were hindering growth and investments in the country have reduced, aided by the Government’s efforts to enhance domestic coal production and provide coal to the stranded power plants by allocation of coal blocks and transparent e-auction of coal/coal linkages.

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Rising Crude Oil Prices: Better Days for Indian Oil & Gas Industry?

Published: 01/10/2017

Crude Oil Prices Volatility and Current Scenario - As the world moved to 2017 with New Year wishes and hopes all around, the crude oil prices over the end of 2016 have created high hopes for many magnates in the sector. However, it is too early to comment if the global crude prices have reached the bright spot.

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Year 2016: A Right Directional Shift for Indian - O&G Sector

Published: 01/03/2017

In the past two years the govt. of India has reframed the strategy for petroleum sector. First few initiatives have been taken to revive domestic E&P activities; pricing mechanisms upgrade and strengthened logistics and distribution infrastructure; blocked leakages and minimize lethal emissions. Moreover, relationship among the major crude oil producing countries has been improved and this has mitigated the Indian exposure to supply disruptions.

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Year End Review – Power Sector (2016)

Published: 01/04/2017

Generation Overview - The regulatory and policy initiatives of the Government have begun to show results and the country continues to exceed capacity addition targets in FY 2016-17. Encouraged by private sector participation, India has achieved a total installed generation capacity of 308834.28 MW as on November 30, 2016. Coal based capacity continues to dominate the country’s energy mix with 60.81% of the total installed capacity followed by Renewable Energy Sources whose share has grown from

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