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ONGC, OIL pay Rs.1,449 crore royalty to Assam
September 2016
India´s largest state-owned petroleum explorers - Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) and Oil India (OIL) - paid a hefty Rs.1,449 crore as differential royalty on pre-discount price to the Assam government for the period between February 2014 and March 2016.
Odisha loses revenue from coal sector
September 2016
The state government has lost huge revenue due to non-revision of royalty on coal by the Centre.
Petronet to offer value-added services at Kochi terminal
January 2016
Petronet LNG Ltd (PLL) is betting big on value-added services such as storage and reloading, LNG bunkering for small ships etc, at its underperforming Kochi terminal to shore up revenues. The company is pinning hopes on GUCD (gassing up and cooling down) service for LNG ships, which would turn out to be a money-spinner.
Cairn may get 10-year extension for Rajasthan block
December 2015
The government may provide an extension for 10 years to Vedanta Group firm Cairn India for its oil exploration contract in Rajasthan, which will expire in 2020, if the company agrees to increase the Centre´s royalty share, CS Rajan, Rajasthan Chief Secretary said.
Untapped potential
October 2014
India is endowed with rich hydropower potential to the tune of 148 GW (which would be able to meet a demand of 84 GW at 60 per cent load factor) which makes it one of the most important potential sources to meet the energy security needs of the country.
Experts seek revamp of royalty policy
July 2013
Experts argue that the mining industry in India is subject to adhoc and arbitrary royalty regime by the government. They argue that faulty royalty regime is one of the issues plaguing the sector. Industry observers feel that royalty rates of all metals were increased to figures much above the global standards
Mining sector grows at CAGR of 6.8% in 10 yrs
July 2013
Mining sector in India expanded at a dismal compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8 per cent during the last decade compared to 22 per cent in China for the same period, experts feel. India could add around $210 billion to $250 billion or 6-7 per cent to the GDP and create 13-15 million jobs through direct and indirect contribution by 2025, a strat
Experts seek revamp of royalty policy
July 2013
Experts argue that the mining industry in India is subject to adhoc and arbitrary royalty regime by the government. They argue that faulty royalty regime is one of the issues plaguing the sector. Industry observers feel that royalty rates of all metals were increased to figures much above the global standards
Mining sector grows at CAGR of 6.8% in 10 yrs
July 2013
Mining sector in India expanded at a dismal compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8 per cent during the last decade compared to 22 per cent in China for the same period, experts feel. India could add around $210 billion to $250 billion or 6-7 per cent to the GDP and create 13-15 million jobs through direct and indirect contribution by 2025, a strat
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