Biomass energy is generated through organic matter and can be utilised for various applications, to produce heat and electricity, or used in combined heat and power (CHP) plants; in combination with fossil fuels (co-firing) to improve efficiency and reduce the build up of combustion residues; to replace petroleum as a source for transportation fuels.
Govt set to start talks on merging 13 state oil companies
The government is set to start consultations for an ambitious plan to merge 13 state oil firms to create a giant corporation whose revenue dwarfs global energy major Chevron which competes with US conglomerate General Electric in the Fortune-500 ranking.
PM´s oil quest offers lifeline to service firms
The government´s ambition to cut fuel imports has driven fresh investment of Rs.1.8 trillion, offering a lifeline to global oilfield service providers starved of new contracts.
ONGC-RIL dispute | Ex-OIL director to assist Shah panel
The Centre has extended services of S Rath, former Director (operations) of Oil India Ltd, to assist Justice AP Shah Panel in understanding the technical nuances of gas migration dispute between ONGC and Reliance Industries Ltd.
This article studies Section 9A of Customs Tariff Act, 1975, which deals with anti-dumping duty in the light of Supreme Court´s recent judgment in the case of Commissioner of Customs, Bangalore v. M/S. G.M. Exports & Others
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