23 Jan 2015
New Delhi: More than 60 percent of LPG customers in the country have joined the ambitious PAHAL scheme for receiving cash subsidy so that they can buy cooking gas (LPG) at market price.
24 Jan 2015
Washington: Ahead of his visit to India, a human rights group has asked US President Barack Obama to speak up about the Bhopal gas tragedy while promoting his country's business interests during the trip.
19 Jan 2015
New Delhi: After oil, India is now studying feasibility of laying a LPG and gas pipeline to Nepal for supply of cooking fuel to the Himalayan nation.
16 Jan 2015
New Delhi: A major fire broke out at GAIL's natural gas pipeline in South Delhi's Satyaniketan area after it was perforated by civic construction contractors but there were no casualties reported.
16 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Supreme Court on Friday granted six weeks time to Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) to respond to the final CAG report which found alleged irregularities including in payments made to the contractors on drilling of D6 wells at the Krishna-Godavari basin.
09 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Upstream oil regulator Directorate General of Hydrocarbons (DGH) will by the end of the month submit a formula to determine the premium over and above the recently hiked price to be paid for natural gas produced from difficult fields.
14 Jan 2015
Washington: A leading world rights body has requested to US President Barack Obama to take up the case of the victims of the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy with the Indian government during his visit to New Delhi as a Republic Day chief guest.
16 Jan 2015
Mumbai: The benchmark Sensex on Friday rose over 46 points to end at 28,121.89 on buying in blue-chips of consumer durable, pharma and power sectors and logged its best weekly gain in over two months.
12 Jan 2015
New Delhi: Ending months of logjam over discoveries mired in contractual disputes, the government has cleared 30 projects of firms like Cairn India and ONGC to help monetise about 2.6 trillion cubic feet of gas reserves.
18 Jan 2015
New Delhi: India has revived its plan to set up a fertiliser plant in Iran with an investment of about Rs 5,000 crore and has asked the Persian gulf nation to offer long term gas contract for manufacturing the soil nutrient.