Eyebrows raised about Chinese equipment quality

Yamuna Nagar thermal–Eyebrows raised about Chinese equipment quality Vinod Kumar Gupta, 27-Feb-2012 . Yamuna Nagar thermal–Eyebrows raised about Chinese equipment quality Monday February 27, 2012 Chandigarh Eyebrows are being raised about the quality of...

EGoM asks non-urea units to share profit with govt

Non-urea producing fertiliser companies Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertilisers, Deepak Fertilisers and Gujarat State Fertiliser Company will now have to share their profits from cheaper KG-D6 natural gas with the government. Besides, merchant power plants...

NPC steps up public reachout programme on safety

The Nuclear Power Corporation (NPC) has stepped up its plan to reachout to villagers in the vicinity of the upcoming Kudankulam nuclear power project in Tamil Nadu, in a bid to remove their misunderstandings...

Thorium must form part of India’s energy mix: AEC chief

Large-scale utilisation of thorium must form an important element of India’s energy strategy, according to Dr Srikumar Banerjee, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) and Secretary, Department of Atomic Energy. Delivering the convocation address at...

‘No gas to power sector from ONGC fields’

The Empowered Group of Ministers (EGoM) stayed on the path suggested by the Petroleum Ministry of maintaining top priority in natural gas allocation for the fertiliser sector, followed by LPG, power and city gas...

D6 blip may curtail AP’s emergence as power hub

The Natural gas-rich east coast area of Andhra Pradesh has the potential of becoming a power generation hub on a par with Singrauli area of Madhya Pradesh, which is home to about 20,000-mw capacity....

Power producers voice concern over UMPP equipment sourcing

Private power producers have raised concerns over the Government’s proposed move to make it compulsory to source equipment from indigenous manufacturers by companies setting up ultra mega power projects in the country. Companies are...