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Saudi Arabia says door open to future oil output hike after Donald Trump calls for immediate action to reduce prices
World

Saudi Arabia says door open to future oil output hike after Donald Trump calls for immediate action to reduce prices

Supply to the global oil market remains "satisfactory", Saudi Arabia's energy minister Khalid al-Falih said Sunday, after calls by US President Donald Trump for an immediate hike in output to reduce prices.

International Energy Agency's Fatih Birol on oil security, political turmoil and why he's applauding the Indian govt
World

International Energy Agency's Fatih Birol on oil security, political turmoil and why he's applauding the Indian govt

Fatih Birol has served as executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA) since September 2015

A worried oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan wants Saudis to keep oil prices stable; says spike will hurt Indian economy
Business

A worried oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan wants Saudis to keep oil prices stable; says spike will hurt Indian economy

With global crude prices touching $80 a barrel, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has pressed OPEC kingpin Saudi Arabia to keep prices stable and moderate

Oil markets firm as Brent edges closer to $80 per barrel on tight market, a level not seen since November 2014
Business

Oil markets firm as Brent edges closer to $80 per barrel on tight market, a level not seen since November 2014

Oil prices firmed on Thursday, with Brent crude creeping ever closer to $80 per barrel, a level it has not seen since November 2014,

Iran nuclear deal: Donald Trump's withdrawal poses a set of challenges but there's no need for India to lose sleep
World

Iran nuclear deal: Donald Trump's withdrawal poses a set of challenges but there's no need for India to lose sleep

The US withdrawal from JCPOA does not mean India will be forced to stop importing oil from Iran, besides in terms of energy security, New Delhi's dependence on Tehran is diminishing.

Saudi Aramco seeks control of proposed Maharashtra refinery; oil giant aims to strengthen its presence in India
Business

Saudi Aramco seeks control of proposed Maharashtra refinery; oil giant aims to strengthen its presence in India

Saudi state-run oil giant Aramco is seeking majority ownership of proposed refinery-cum-petrochemical complex to be built in Maharashtra's Ratnagiri

UN climate talks: Scientists warn of 'giant leap backward' even as White House champions fossil fuels
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UN climate talks: Scientists warn of 'giant leap backward' even as White House champions fossil fuels

Carbon dioxide emissions are set to rise this year after a three-year pause, scientists said at UN climate talks on Monday, warning that "time is running out", even as White House officials used the occasion to champion the fossil fuels that drive global warming.

New era in solar energy fuelling growth in renewables: International Energy Agency
Life

New era in solar energy fuelling growth in renewables: International Energy Agency

The renewable energy sector is growing faster than expected, driven largely by a "new era" in solar power, the International Energy Agency said.

Saudi Arabia, Iraq pledge to maintain oil production cuts agreed between OPEC, other nations
India

Saudi Arabia, Iraq pledge to maintain oil production cuts agreed between OPEC, other nations

Saudi Arabia and Iraq have expressed their commitment to abiding by an agreement to cut oil production that was signed between the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and 10 other nations, the media reported on Thursday.

Metro rail, high tax on SUVs will help improve air quality, says NITI Aayog
Business

Metro rail, high tax on SUVs will help improve air quality, says NITI Aayog

The poor air quality in India, particularly in urban centres where energy is used in concentrated areas, calls for bold action through energy policy as a part of the overall environment strategy

Fuel consumption surges to 10.7% in 2016; highest in 16 years
Business

Fuel consumption surges to 10.7% in 2016; highest in 16 years

Consumption of fuels, a proxy for oil demand, surged 10.7 percent to 196.48 million tonnes in 2016, data from the Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC) of the Oil Ministry showed.

Full carbon capture and storage can be achieved by 2022: Norway
News & Analysis

Full carbon capture and storage can be achieved by 2022: Norway

By 2022, Norway could realise every step in the development of a technology many see as critical to reducing global carbon emissions, carbon capture and storage (CCS), it said on Monday.

Air pollution fourth-largest threat to human health globally
World

Air pollution fourth-largest threat to human health globally

Without action, premature deaths attributable to outdoor air pollution will increase to 4.5 million in 2040 from around 3 million currently.

Happy Earth Day! Around 170 countries set to sign landmark climate agreement
World

Happy Earth Day! Around 170 countries set to sign landmark climate agreement

As many as 170 countries are expected to sign the Paris Agreement on climate change Friday as the landmark deal takes a key step toward entering into force years ahead of schedule

Economic growth is rising, carbon emissions are dropping, fight against climate change getting stronger: IEA
World

Economic growth is rising, carbon emissions are dropping, fight against climate change getting stronger: IEA

On 16 March, the International Energy Agency (IEA), one of the most prominent energy forecasters in the world, announced that the carbon-dioxide emissions from the burning of fossil fuels, has remained the same over the past two years.

India in driver's seat as fuel demand roars at fastest rate ever
Business

India in driver's seat as fuel demand roars at fastest rate ever

Underpinned by annual economic growth of 7-8 percent, India's fuel demand is seen as a key oil price support over 2016-2017

Shale vs crude: Why oil prices are on a free fall even as Opec members suffer
Business

Shale vs crude: Why oil prices are on a free fall even as Opec members suffer

The IEA monthly report expects the extra oil from Iran to add 300 million barrels to the already swelling oil inventories.

India needs Rs 9 lakh crore annually for 25 years to sustain energy demand: IEA
World

India needs Rs 9 lakh crore annually for 25 years to sustain energy demand: IEA

India needs more than Rs 9 lakh crore in energy investment per year by 2040 as it is set to contribute the most to the rise in global energy demand

India to overtake China as top coal importer in 2015
Economy

India to overtake China as top coal importer in 2015

India's coal imports should rise to around 200 million tonnes this year, from around 180 million tonnes in 2014, said Mayank Garg, managing director of consultancy Venerable Energy Solutions.

Oil prices will rise quickly again but won't hit highs again: IEA
Business

Oil prices will rise quickly again but won't hit highs again: IEA

The IEA says the current price recovery is unlike those of the past, because of the sharp increase in production by non-OPEC countries, especially in the United States.