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Jun 26, 2018
Govt allows companies to explore for oil, gas beyond block boundariesIn a bid to make it easier for explorers to find and produce more oil and gas, the Government has allowed companies to go beyond their allocated block boundaries if a discovery were to extend outside their contracted area
Sep 20, 2017
ONGC strikes 'good' offshore oil and gas find with 20 million tonne reservesShares in ONGC recovered losses after Reuters reported the news, trading at a three-month high of Rs 170.90
Oct 16, 2015
ONGC has no claims in KG gas row, says Reliance IndustriesRIL believes if all the expenses it had incurred in putting up infrastructure as well as royalties and profit petroleum paid to the government on the share of gas produced is accounted for, ONGC will get nothing.
Aug 26, 2015
ONGC submits draft field development plan for KG discoveriesONGC has divided 12 oil and gas discoveries in KG-D5 and gas discovery in an adjacent G-4 block in the Bay of Bengal into three clusters to quickly bring them to production.
Feb 05, 2014
Talukdar to take over as DGH on ThursdayTalukdar, 59, was selected by a government search panel in August last year and it took more than six months for his appointment to be confirmed.
Jan 10, 2014
Centre notifies new gas pricing formula, doubles rate to $8.4Barclays Equity Research estimates the price will be $8.3 per million British thermal unit in 2014-15 as against the current rate of $4.2.
Dec 17, 2013
Cabinet may allow Coal India to produce gas from coal seamsCBM exploration and production is allowed only in pure coal-seam gas bearing blocks which are auctioned.
Sep 12, 2013
Oil Ministry moves Cabinet to deny RIL higher gas priceOil Ministry is moving Cabinet to deny Reliance Industries a higher price of gas produced from its main fields in the eastern offshore KG-D6 block.
Aug 08, 2013
DGH to fine RIL $781 mn more for gas shortfall, rejects FinMin's pricing ideaOil regulator DGH has recommended an additional penalty of USD 781 million on Reliance Industries, taking the total fine on the company for producing less than projected natural gas from KG-D6 fields to USD 1.786 billion.