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Oil prices rise on Ukraine fears

Oil prices rise on Ukraine fears

08 Apr 2014

Singapore: Oil prices rose in Asian trade on Monday on renewed fears about Ukraine after pro-Russian protesters seized government buildings in the eastern city of Donetsk.

Oil prices rose,   Asian trade,   West Texas Intermediate (WTI),   pro-Russian protesters,   mid-morning trade,   Brent North Sea crude,   USD 106.13,   pro-Kremlin militants,   ,  
US, China meet to establish code of conduct on South China <strong>Sea</strong>

US, China meet to establish code of conduct on South China Sea

27 Aug 2014

Washington: The US and China have started a two-day meeting at the Pentagon to set up a code of conduct on naval and air force safety on the high seas, in the wake of a Chinese jet intercepting an American Navy patrol plane in the international waters of South China Sea.

United Nations,   China,   UN-China talk,   South China sea,   Pacific power,   P-8 patrol aircraft,   Jet fighter,   International air space,  
ONGC board approves Rs 5,219 crore investment in Daman gas fields

ONGC board approves Rs 5,219 crore investment in Daman gas fields

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) today said it will invest Rs 5,219 crore in bringing to production Daman gas fields in the Arabian sea by July 2016.

Oil,   Natural Gas,   ONGC,   Daman gas fields,   Arabian sea,   Oil mining ,  
Opposition alleges irregularities in NDMC's Ayush department

Opposition alleges irregularities in NDMC's Ayush department

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi:  Opposition Congress in NDMC alleged irregularities in the Ayush department of the BJP-led corporation and demanded a probe into it.

NDMC,   BJP-led corporation,   North Delhi Municipal Corporation,   NDMC,   NDMC's Ayush department,  
Sushma Swaraj in Hanoi, India examining Vietnam’s South China <strong>Sea</strong> oil blocks offer

Sushma Swaraj in Hanoi, India examining Vietnam’s South China Sea oil blocks offer

25 Aug 2014

Hanoi: Vietnam on Monday made a strong pitch for greater Indian involvement in maintaining maritime safety, security and settlement of territorial disputes in the disputed South and East China Seas even as India is preparing to expand its oil and gas exploration in the seas claimed by China.

Vietnam,   South and East China Seas,   India,   Pham Binh Minh,   Asean-India Network of Thinktanks,   Sushma Swaraj ,  
Bihar CM asks officials to sort out differences with Jharkhand

Bihar CM asks officials to sort out differences with Jharkhand

28 Aug 2014

Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Thursday directed officials of Water Resources Department (WRD) to go to Jharkhand and meet their counterparts to find quick solutions to disputes related to North Koel and Batane Reservoir projects.

Bihar CM,   differences,   Jharkhand,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Batane Reservoir project,   North Koel,  
Government plans to stop RIL from selling <strong>crude</strong> to Jamnagar refinery

Government plans to stop RIL from selling crude to Jamnagar refinery

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Oil Ministry is considering ordering Reliance Industries to stop selling KG-D6 crude oil to its Jamnagar refinery and instead sell it to Chennai Petroleum Corp Ltd (CPCL) at lower rates.

Government,   RIL,   Oil Ministry,   crude oil,   royalty,   gas,  
Diesel can be market-priced by September as <strong>crude</strong> falls to USD 100

Diesel can be market-priced by September as crude falls to USD 100

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: With the losses of state-run oil marketers on diesel sales below cost falling to under a rupee per liter, brokerage firm Goldman Sachs on Tuesday estimated the monthly price hikes would end after September assuming oil prices remain around the current USD 100 level.

Diesel,   market,   crude,   rupee,   price hike,   oil prices,   diesel price,  
Seals may have spread tuberculosis to humans: Study

Seals may have spread tuberculosis to humans: Study

22 Aug 2014

Washington: In a bizarre turn of events, research shows that tuberculosis likely spread from humans in Africa to seals and sea lions that brought the disease to South America.

Seals,   tuberculosis,   sea lions,   tuberculosis strains,   genomes,   pathogen,  
Under-recoveries on petro products set for drastic dip: Oil Secretary

Under-recoveries on petro products set for drastic dip: Oil Secretary

21 Aug 2014

Mumbai: The government expects under- recoveries of oil companies to come down substantially in the current fiscal on account of better pricing and stable global crude prices, a top official said.

Oil companies,   Crude prices,   Oil Ministry,   Oil subsidy,   Fiscal deficit,  

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