UK business secretary has agreed to temporarily exempt the industry from the Competition Act 1998 so that companies can communicate and optimise supply.
For India to reach net-zero by 2050, the country needs to allocate 2.5 percent of its land for clean energy installation
The study by Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis (IEEFA) notes the potential for land-use conflict to arise over renewable energy installations, even in sparsely populated areas.
Clean cooking fuel unavailable to most urban slums in states worst-hit by air pollution: CEEW report
The report reveals that a whopping 37 percent of LPG-using slum households didn't receive doorstep delivery of cylinders.
ISRO said that the Chandrayaan 2 orbiter has completed 17 orbit maintenance manoeuvres since achieving 100 km lunar orbit on 24th September 2019.
India Oil Corp, the country’s top refiner, is close to winning its first contract to supply diesel, jet fuel and gasoline in the second half of this year to state-run Bangladesh Petroleum Corp, two sources with knowledge of the matter said
Fuel demand hit: Petrol sales down 61%, diesel at 56.5% in April; demand expected to pick up this month
India's fuel consumption slumped by close to 70 per cent in April as all petroleum products except LPG saw massive demand erosion following a nationwide lockdown halted economic activity and travel
Reliance Industries Ltd has cut crude oil processing at its exports-only refinery at Jamnagar in Gujarat in March by close to one-fourth as it joins public sector oil firms in cutting run-rate to align production with a coronavirus-induced slump in fuel consumption
The Meghalaya government has increased taxes on petrol and diesel from Wednesday amid the nationwide lockdown and plunging crude oil prices, officials said on Wednesday
State-owned ONGC has asked the government to waive payment of oil cess and royalty as plummeting international oil prices have meant that the rate it now gets does not even cover the operating cost, sources said
The historic rout in oil markets that sent US crude prices plummeting to as much as minus $40 a barrel is unlikely to translate into any big reduction in petrol and diesel prices in India as domestic pricing is based on the different benchmark, and refineries are already filled up to brim and cannot buy US crude just yet
Coronavirus Outbreak: Fuel sales slump 50% in first half of April; petrol down 64%, diesel 61%, ATF 94%
India's fuel consumption slumped by a record 50 percent in April as all petroleum products except LPG saw massive demand erosion following a nationwide lockdown halted economic activity and travel
The retail inflation based on Consumer Price Index (CPI) was 6.58 percent in February 2020 and 2.86 per cent in March 2019.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Petrol pump operators seek financial support as losses mount on falling fuel sales
With coronavirus eviscerating demand, petrol pump operators on Friday said per pump sales have fallen to less than one-tenth, leading to heavy losses in establishment and employee cost
Coronavirus Outbreak: Petrol, diesel demand slumps 66% in April; ATF down 90% due to nation-wide lockdown
India’s fuel consumption slumped by over 66 percent in April as a nationwide lockdown halted economic activity and travel, which eviscerated demand
Retail inflation likely fell to a four-month low of 5.93% in March on softer food, fuel prices, reveals poll
India’s retail inflation is expected to have dropped to a four-month low in March on softer food and fuel prices and as already slowing demand likely plummeted due to a nationwide lockdown towards the end of the month, a Reuters poll found
National oil marketing companies have come out on Sunday allaying the fears of consumers about product shortages, saying there is absolutely no shortage of any fuel, especially cooking gas, which is being supplied to customers at their doorsteps
The government on Monday amended the law to get enabling powers to raise excise duty on petrol and diesel by Rs 8 per litre each in future
Indian Oil Corp becomes first company to begin BS-VI fuel supply across India two weeks before 1 April deadline
Indian Oil Corp (IOC), the nation's biggest oil firm, has begun the supply of the world's cleanest petrol and diesel across the country with all its 28,000 petrol pumps dispensing ultra-low sulphur fuel two weeks before the 1 April deadline
India's fuel demand has dropped by a steep 10-11 percent in the first two weeks of March as the outbreak of coronavirus (Covid-19) led to the cancellation of flights and a reduction in industrial activity
These taxes include value added tax (VAT), electricity duties and fuel used for transportation, which are not exempt or refunded under any other existing mechanism.