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Coal production at Pakri Barwadih mine soon, says NTPC 7.12.2016 HBL: Companies
State-run NTPC today said coal production from Pakri Barwadih coal mine located in Jharkhand will start shortly. It also said that it is in advanced stage of awarding contract for appointment of mi...
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Compensation to Tata & Adani: Regulator provides relief, reduces impact 7.12.2016 Latest News
States procuring power from the firms' plants in Mundra to pay for increase in coal cost; CERC order needs Supreme Court nod
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For China, climate change is no hoax - it's a business and political opportunity 7.12.2016 All International Stories
If US backs out of commitments to reduce national emissions, it still benefits from other countries' efforts
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Ministerial Conclave on ‘Transforming India – Key Initiatives’ Held at Petrotech-2016 7.12.2016 Govt of india: PIB
The Ministerial Conclave on ‘Transforming India – Key Initiatives’ was held in New Delhi today at Petrotech- 2016.
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NTPC strikes coal in Jharkhand 7.12.2016 HBL: Home
State-run power generation giant NTPC today said in a statement that it has struck coal at its first coal mine. In a press release, NTPC said, "The company has successfully exposed seam-III i...
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KG basin: ONGC report on shale gas draws flak 7.12.2016 TOI: All Headlines
KG basin: ONGC report on shale gas draws flak
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Jayalalithaa’s death: How international media covered the demise of the late Tamil Nadu CM 7.12.2016 FirstPost: India

Such was the impact of Jayalalithaa's death on Tamil Nadu and the country that many international newspapers also wrote articles about her death.

The post Jayalalithaa’s death: How international media covered the demise of the late Tamil Nadu CM appeared first on Firstpost.

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India yet to tap full potential of gas, says Piyush Goyal 6.12.2016 HBL: Industry & Economy
Hopes for robust policy framework to expand gas usage in the future
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Multi stakeholder Partnerships are key to achieve a Secured and Sustainable Energy Future for Generations to come: Shri Piyush Goyal 6.12.2016 Govt of india: PIB
Union Minster of State (IC) for Power, Coal, New & Renewable Energy and Mines, Shri Piyush Goyal chaired a Ministerial session on ‘Hydrocarbons to fuel the Future: Choices and Challenges’ at the Petrotech-2016 here today.
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FICCI launches Legislators-Business Forum on low carbon local area development 6.12.2016 New Kerala: Business India
FICCI launches Legislators-Business Forum on low carbon local area development
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India gas demand growth stymied by slow infrastructure development 6.12.2016 ET: Oil & Gas
While India is the world's fourth-biggest importer of liquefied natural gas (LNG) - behind Japan, South Korea and China - and is seen as a market on the rise, growth in consumption of the fuel is still far outpaced by oil and coal.
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FICCI launches Legislators-Business Forum on low carbon local area development 6.12.2016 Sify Finance
[India], Dec.6 (ANI): The capital witnessed the launch of the Legislators-Business Forum jointly organized by FICCI and the Climate Parliament India.
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India gas demand growth stymied by slow infrastructure development 6.12.2016 Sify Finance
* Energy demand surges but gas growth less spectacular
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Adani to start work at Carmichael mine in Australia by mid-2017 6.12.2016 Latest News
Adani's efforts to build one of the world's largest coal mine project in Australia's Queensland state has been hampered time and again since its launch six years ago
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Adani to start work at Charmichael mine in Australia by mid-2017 6.12.2016 DNA: Top News
Energy giant Adani Group said it will start construction at the $21.7 billion Carmichael mine in Australia by the middle of next year and vowed to give priority to local workers for the project, which is expected to generate some 10,000 jobs. The announcement came a day after Adani secured the final approval for a permanent rail line for the controversy-hit project despite protests from green groups. Adani's efforts to build one of the world's largest coal mine project in Australia's Queensland state has been hampered time and again since its launch six years ago. "We want to start construction in the middle of next year," Adani Australia chief executive Jeyakumar Janakaraj told reporters after meeting with Queensland state Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk in the city of Townsville. "There will be early works we plan to start in the quarter of June-July and we would want to start the main works from the last quarter of the year." Janakaraj said it was a significant day for the company, with the mine "back ...
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Sensex rallies 100 points, Nifty holds above 8,150; Adani Ports top gainer 6.12.2016 Market News
Sensex rose as much as 100 points in early trade led by gains in realty, IT, power and capital goods sector indices.
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Chronology of events leading to Jaya’s return as Chief Minister 6.12.2016 HBL: Home
Chronology of major milestones in the four-decade political career of AIADMK supremo and Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Jayalalithaa who passed away tonight. June 24, 1991: Sworn in Chief Minister for t...
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Methanol, viable fuel of future 5.12.2016 Deccan Herald - Opinion
As an alternative transportation fuel to gasoline, methanol has the potential to curb the kind of concentrated air pollution event witnessed recently in New Delhi while drawing upon indigenous resources for its production. Methanol can be produced from a variety of feedstock, including crop residues and municipal solid waste, the burning of which contributed to the precipitous decline in air quality levels in the capital recently, as well as coal, India's key hydrocarbon reserve. It is not surprising, therefore, that the Union government has, of late, started talking about setting up a methanol economy on account of both air quality and energy security concerns. However, fostering widespread methanol is going to present challenges and the experiences of China and the United States may both prove instructive. Overall, the government would do well to initially focus on select markets to create a sustainable base for heightened methanol production in India. Though long seen as a clean burning alternative to ...
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Adani mine project gets nod for rail line, construction camp in Australia 5.12.2016 DNA: India
Indian mining giant Adani's plan to build one of the world's largest coal mines in Australia got a major boost on Monday as it secured the final approval for a permanent rail line and a temporary construction camp for the 21.7 billion dollars controversy-hit project despite protests. Queensland's Coordinator-General has given "the latest, and final, secondary approval" for about 31.5 kilometres of permanent track, as well as the 300-bed camp. The rail section approved will form part of the 389- kilometre heavy haul railway line from the mine in the Galilee Basin to the Abbot Point port, ABC News reported. State Development Minister Anthony Lynham said the approval was another milestone for the project. "Adani has confirmed it will start construction next year," Lynham said "North Queensland is about to see a new horizon, because these big projects will be a huge economic stimulus for the north," he said. Adani Group chairman Gautam Adani is expected to meet Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and ...
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Gautam Adani's Australian coal mine project gets a boost 5.12.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Gautam Adani's Australian coal mine project gets a boost
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