18 Sep 2012
The government may have slashed subsidy on LPG cylinders and capped them to six per annum per family but that doesn’t seem to bother Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav. Surprisingly the minister consumes 8 cylinders every month on his tea parties.
05 Aug 2014
Chennai: Indian Oil Corporation is uploading the names of its customers who have opted out of subsidy for cooking gas cylinders of its Indane brand, on its website in a bid to encourage more affluent sections of the people to follow suit.
10 Jun 2014
New Delhi: Idea Cellular and IOC have entered into a partnership that will allow over 82 million LPG consumers of Indane to book LPG 24x7 on mobile phones and get delivery status updates via IVR and SMS.
17 Feb 2016
Moscow: At least seven people were killed in a natural gas explosion in an apartment building in the Russian city of Yaroslavl, the country's emergency ministry said.
28 Dec 2015
New Delhi: The government has further relaxed rules for selling natural gas produced from small and isolated fields by waiving off time stipulation for fields located in the North East India.
03 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Natural gas prices in India are likely to decline 16 percent next year before recovering gradually, but may not regain the current year rate till at least 2020.
10 Mar 2016
New Delhi: In a boost to firms like ONGC and Reliance Industries, the Cabinet today approved a new price formula for their undeveloped gas discoveries in difficult areas, which will lead to a near-doubling of rates.
16 Feb 2016
Moscow: An explosion of natural gas in a five-story apartment building in a central Russian city has killed at least six people, including two children, and injured nine others, the emergency services said.
01 Sep 2016
New Delhi: The price of subsidised cooking gas (LPG) was today hiked by about Rs 2 per cylinder, third increase since July, while the jet fuel price was cut by 3.8 per cent.A subsidised 14.2-kg cylinder will now cost Rs 425.06 in Delhi as against Rs 423.09 previously, according to state-owned oil firms.
31 Dec 2015
New Delhi: Qatar has agreed to lower the price of gas it sells to India on a long-term contract by about USD 6 billion to reflect the slump in global energy rates and also waived the Rs 12,000-crore penalty for 'short-lifting' in 2015.