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Barh power plant delay may hit state energy plan

PATNA: All is not well with the NTPC's upcoming . The inordinate delay in starting commercial production from its 660MW unit of stage II has put a big question mark on the state's target of getting 5,000MW power by 2015. The much-delayed stage I of ... Times of India, 5 days ago

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Calcutta Telegraph

NTPC to get dry-fuels to Barh power project via waterways

PTI reported that enthused by the success of coal shipment to its Farakka power project in West Bengal through waterways, power major NTPC will get the dry-fuel transported to its Barh project in Bihar through the same mode. Mr Vishwapati Trivedi, ...
 Logistics Guru4 weeks ago After Farakka plant, NTPC's Barh project to get coal through waterways  Economic Times1 month ago After Farakka, NTPC's Barh proj to get coal through waterways  Business Standard1 month ago State prods Delhi on power projects  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

NTPC may finally axe contract with Russian supplier for Barh project

NTPC may scrap its over R2,000-crore contract with Russia's state-owned Technoprom Export (TPE) for supply of main power equipment for Barh Stage I project in Bihar, ending a nine-year deal that has generated a fair share of controversy and ...
 Financial Express1 month ago NTPC plans to cancel Russian contract  Livemint.com1 month ago

6,580 Valves for New Power Station in India

A new steam power plant is currently being built in Barh, in the Indian State of Bihar. For this purpose, the KSB Group supplied a two-digit million euro amount worth of valves by April 2014. The complete order comprised 6,580 gate valves, globe ...
 Impeller.net3 weeks ago KSB to Supply 6,580 Valves for New Power Station in India  Process Worldwide4 weeks ago KSB : 6,580 valves for new power station in India  4 Traders1 month ago

NTPC : BHEL maintains Leadership position even in the shrunk market

Consequently, a total dividend of Rs.693 Crore , has been declared for 2013-14, which is 141.5% of the paid-up capital (including an interim dividend of 65.5%), maintaining the track record of paying dividends uninterruptedly since 1976-77, he ...
 4 Traders3 weeks ago

Foodgrain will be transported via inland waterways

After coal, now foodgrain will be transported through inland waterways. And the first to receive foodgrain through this route will be the North-Eastern States. A senior Government official said that Due to doubling project of railway track in ...
 Trans Reporter1 month ago Foodgrain to reach NE via inland waterways  Nagaland Post1 month ago Foodgrain to reach North-East via inland waterways  Hindu Business Line1 month ago
Construction Week Online India

Nerves of steel

India's steel demand may grow 3.3% this year on higher demand from construction and manufacturing sectors, the World Steel Association (WSA) said. In India, steel demand is expected to grow to 76.2 million tonnes in 2014, following a 1.8% growth in ...
 Construction Week Online India1 month ago

Bihar needs to dismantle or renovate old power plants: Goyal

Patna: Union energy and coal minister Piyush Goyal on Sunday promised "whatever Bihar demanded in power sector". Talking to mediapersons through videoconferencing from New Delhi, Goyal said Bihar was an important state for him and it would get ...
 Times of India1 month ago Centre to provide assistance for improving power scenario in Bihar:Piyush  NetIndia123.com1 month ago
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