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Green thrust to boost revival
November 2016
Gas-based power capacity addition in India has been hit badly owing to factors like - the cost of power, cost of transporting gas, and non-availability of gas. A decade back there were major initiatives by different stakeholders to put up gas-based power plants thinking that the fuel will be available in plenty from domestic production.
On a Slow Track
May 2016
Revival of power sector is a topic that is being widely discussed among the power sector aficionados, vendors and banking circles in India currently.
Land valuations hit green field power projects
May 2016
The major blow to the sector was the governments inability to pass the Land Acquisition Bill. In the current scenario, it is impractical to put up a power plant as the land value is at a much higher level. In the urban area, it costs four times more and in the rural it is higher by two times.
India´s oil cos plan Rs.3.4 trillion investments
March 2015
During the Eleventh Plan period (2007-2012), domestic oil and gas players exceeded the planned capital expenditure outlay. They invested Rs 2,751.6 billion, 120 per cent of the planned target of Rs 2,289.9 billion.
TBWES wins Rs.339 crore export order
October 2014
Thermax Babcock & Wilcox Energy Solutions Private Limited (TBWES), a joint venture of Thermax Ltd. and US-based Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group, Inc. (B&W PGG), has received an export order from B&W PGG for detailed engineering, manufacturing and supply of selective items for two pulverised coal-fired boilers for an international project.
Boiling Point
August 2014
According to a report released by Pike Research in 2013, a total of 454 geothermal projects are currently underway across the globe. A total of 64 countries have active geothermal projects (with surface exploration already underway), a significant improvement over the 30-odd countries
Sanjay Aggarwal takes over as Managing Director, Fortum India
April 2014
Finnish energy company Fortum has appointed Sanjay Aggarwal as Managing Director in India. Based in Fortum´s office in Gurgaon, Aggarwal will be responsible for developing Fortum´s business in India with a particular focus on combined heat and power, as well as solar energy production.
Thermax Wins Rs.1,700 Cr CFBC Boilers Order
August 2013
Thermax has bagged an order worth Rs 1,700 crore from a leading petrochemical company for the supply of circulating fluidised ged combustion (CFBC) boilers. The order is to design, manufacture and commission nine CFBC-'s high pressure boilers of 500 tph each for two if its plants
Thermax Wins Rs.1,700 Cr CFBC Boilers Order
August 2013
Thermax has bagged an order worth Rs 1,700 crore from a leading petrochemical company for the supply of circulating fluidised ged combustion (CFBC) boilers. The order is to design, manufacture and commission nine CFBC-'s high pressure boilers of 500 tph each for two if its plants
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