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BPCL to book capacity in LNG terminals

To further its gas business, state-run Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) is looking at booking capacities in liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminals on the east and west coast. The capacity BPCL plans to book in these terminals could be ... Business Standard India, 2 days ago
Bharat Petroleum to book capacity LNG terminals Logistics Guru, 21 hours ago
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Adani, GSPC to build Rs 4500 cr Mundra LNG terminal

The GSPC-Adani combine plan to see 3.8 million tons per annum of LNG to units in nearby Dahej SEZ and the one coming up in Mangalore. NEW DELHI: Adani Group and Gujarat State Petroleum Corp (GSPC) will set up a Rs 4,500 crore LNG import terminal at Mundra SEZ ...
 Economic Times1 month ago GSPC LNG in talks with Dahej SEZ units for supply of gas  Sify2 months ago

RGPPL rejects lenders' plan to split power, LNG biz

The proposal to hive off the assets was put forth by IDBI, State Bank of India, ICICI Bank, Canara Bank, IFCL and PFC. "We are not on board with this plan as we don't see it as viable because one lucrative business (LNG) cannot be made to pay for the problems ...
 Economic Times1 month ago

Japan to help its companies procure LNG from Alaska

TOKYO -- Japan's Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry will assist domestic businesses in importing natural gas produced in Alaska, hoping to secure a relatively low-priced fuel from a region not susceptible to geopolitical risks. Global energy ...
 Nikkei Asian Review2 weeks ago Japanese gov't to help companies procure LNG from Alaska  Bunker Ports News Worldwide1 week ago
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LNG imports for supply to Pak exempted from customs duty

With India's plan to export gas to Pakistan running into price hurdle, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today exempted import of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for onward sale to the neighbouring nation from customs duty. "Exemption from basic ...
 Business Standard2 months ago 15 stocks to watch out for  Sify2 months ago

Philippine gov't should bankroll planned LNG terminal -- IFC exec

InterAksyon.com means BUSINESS MANILA - The government has to foot the bill for the establishment of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal, according to the International Finance Corp (IFC). The government should understand their ...
 Interaksyon4 days ago
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DOE to bid out electric coops' supply requirements by 1Q

InterAksyon.com means BUSINESS MANILA - The Department of Energy (DOE) will pursue a plan to bid out the aggregate power requirements of electric cooperatives. Energy Secretary Carlos Jericho L. Petilla said the agency will launch a "demand ...
 Interaksyon1 week ago

Business leaders hope school can boost Hispanic education

While more jobs in Texas require college degrees, the state's fastest-growing population group has struggled more than any other to make it to graduation. The situation creates a growing skills gap that has business leaders looking to boost the ...
 Houston Chronicle2 hours ago Business leaders hope online university can boost Hispanic  Houston Chronicle2 days ago

BPCL says no plan to tie up with pvt cos for retail expansion

Pic Courtesy: - Mumbai: Country's third largest oil marketeer Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) has ruled out tying up with private players, saying the PSU has enough capabilities for expanding its retail presence on its own. Rival Hindustan ...
 ZeeNews.com18 hours ago BPCL to spruce up its LNG portfolio via JV route  DNA2 days ago We have no plans to tie up with pvt cos for retail expansion: BPCL  Millennium Post11 hours ago

Bharat Petroleum Corporation says no plan to tie up with private companies for retail expansion

MUMBAI: Country's third largest oil marketeer (BPCL) has ruled out tying up with private players, saying the PSU has enough capabilities for expanding its retail presence on its own. Rival Hindustan Petroleum, which is the second largest OMC ...
 Economic Times22 hours ago No Plan to Tie Up With Private Firms for Retail Expansion: Bharat Petroleum  NDTV15 hours ago
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