India will strongly raise the issue of LNG imports with President Barack Obama as the country wants liquefied natural gas to be exported only in vessels built in USA, manned by US crew and insured by American companies.
Goyal Aluminiums plans to set up EV plant in UP
DISCOM to purchase 1,070 MW of wind-solar hybrid electricity in Gujarat
Railways sets empanelment tender for rooftop solar installations
Tata Power introduces new 400 KV transmission corridor for Mumbai
RIL & Adani Group withdraw bid to acquire SKS Power Generation
Ahmednagar to soon have its first solar agri-feeder
Brookfield to Acquire KKR’s 50% Stake in Renewable Developer X-Elio
SCHOTT enters PPA with CleanMax for Wind Solar Hybrid Project
Power Grid Corporation receives 6 Special Purpose Vehicles from REC
Power Finance Corporation to receive Rs 165 cr loan from Japan’s JBIC
Delhi aims to meet annual electricity demand through solar power
BCCL signs 1st MDO contract for coking coal extraction
NTPC REL: Sterling & Wilson Renewable Energy bags order
GAIL and Shell reach an agreement to discuss ethane supply
NTPC commissions green coal plant in Varanasi
Power plants in Delhi fails to adhere to biomass co-firing policy
JSW Steel plans to invest in a virgin coking coal mine
Adani Transmission gets certified as single-use plastic-free firm
Coal India targets 156 MT coal supply to power sector in April-June
India to discuss LNG imports with US
Obama vows to pace up shipping & transit projects
US President Barack Obama has vowed on July 25 to use his executive powers to bypass bottlenecks in Congress and accelerate infrastructure projects to bolster growth and add jobs. Speaking inside a cruise ship terminal at Jaxport, a major passenger and cargo port on the East Coast, Obama hailed two major projects that would accommodate increasing global trade and speed the delivery of goods that arrive on huge ships and depart by train for destinations across the United States.
A victim of controversy?
Was he just doing his job, or was he leading a flawed rating process? As the move that invited the US Treasury's wrath, the rating agency Standard & Poor (S&P) invited a storm of controversy by downgrading the US long-term sovereign credit
Barack Obama is apparently spending his waking time getting nightmares, so it seems sleep has been eluding him. When the Republicans sneeze, his sleepless nights get worse.
View from the US: Giant awakening
Political and policy issues have been a deterrent to the United States' investment in Indian infrastructure projects.
Global Policy: Around the world, infra is in critical stages
Severe budget constraints will limit many governmentsâ€™ ability to fund improvements, and private financing will have to fill the gap.