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Govt may introduce new gas auction policy for stranded power plants
November 2016
GoI is contemplating between continuing with the current policy of auction of imported re-gasified liquefied natural gas (RLNG) or working on a new formula. Commenting on the same Power Secretary PK Pujari said, “the Centre will make a decision in two-three months time.
Govt may introduce new gas auction policy for stranded plants
November 2016
GoI is contemplating between continuing with the current policy of auction of imported re-gasified liquefied natural gas (RLNG) or working on a new formula. Commenting on the same Power Secretary PK Pujari said, ´the Centre will make a decision in two-three months time.
Uncertain gas output hits entire energy sector
September 2016
The uncertain future of Indian domestic gas production has cascading effects on the overall role of gas in the country´s energy sector. The impacts have already been felt in the power sector where the PLF of gas-fired plants during the year averaged only 18.64% in May last year and more recently at 23.73% (May 2016) due to unavailability of gas.
Hiranandani Energy to deliver its first gas by 2017
March 2016
Hiranandani Energy, energy arm of real estate firm Hiranandani Group, is planning to deliver four million tonnes LNG to domestic consumers in next four years. The company will bring in its first cargo of LNG at Jaigarh, Ratnagiri, Maharashtra, by the end of next calendar year or early 2018.
Will gas shine on power sector again
November 2015
Environmental considerations weighed heavily in favour of natural gas when the government wanted to promote use of gas in power generation, over two decades ago. Particularly so in India, where available coal quality is very low. Despite natural gas being the clean fuel, coal remains the staple feedstock of power generation in India for various reasons.
NTPC proposes to add Dabhol to Telangana package
February 2014
To help the cash-strapped Ratnagiri Gas and Power Pvt. Ltd (RGPPL) tide over the tough times, state-run NTPC Ltd, which owns 32.86 per cent stake in the utility, has proposed that electricity generated from the Dabhol power plant be made a part of the Telangana package.
ICICI Bank raises alarm over Dabhol power plant loan default
November 2013
ICICI Bank has raised alarm over loan default by the Dabhol power plant that has been rendered idle due to dwindling fuel supplies, indicating the severity of a situation that threatens to turn thousands of crore of rupees.
GAIL India may rent out Dabhol plant to private producers
November 2013
GAIL India is considering renting out the 1,967 MW unit to private electricity generators after being forced to shut the Dabhol power plant due to a natural gas shortage. Ratnagiri Gas & Power Pvt Ltd (RGPPL) shut the Dabhol power plant in March after gas supplies from Reliance Industries' KG-D6 fields was stopped.
ICICI Bank raises alarm over Dabhol power plant loan default
November 2013
ICICI Bank has raised alarm over loan default by the Dabhol power plant that has been rendered idle due to dwindling fuel supplies, indicating the severity of a situation that threatens to turn thousands of crore of rupees.
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