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Mission to skill

Mission to skill

The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) has been making strides in addressing the acute shortage of skilled manpower, but there is still a long way to go.

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Re-igniting the spark

Re-igniting the spark

With government taking initiative to de-bottleneck the energy sector growth and boost country´s economy, oil and gas majors are busy addressing risk factors and multitasking to integrate their business model in order to ensure future growth, says Pradeep Pandey.

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Essar Oilfields procures rigs for CBM wells

Essar Oilfields procures rigs for CBM wells

Essar Oilfields Services is in the process of procuring six on-shore drilling rigs for coal bed methane (CBM) at a cost of about $36 million. These rigs have greater mobility as required in CBM drilling,

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A veteran in power sector

A veteran in power sector

Siddharth Mehta, CEO of DPSC-IPCL, is associated with the company since May 2013. Being at the helm of activities, he is responsible for the entire Transmission & Distribution business of the group along with its wind power vertical.

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Ten major firms race to build 3,300-km freight corridor

Ten major firms race to build 3,300-km freight corridor

For the 3,300-km Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) project, Indian and global construction companies are vying for around Rs 12,000 crore worth of civil works for two stretches. Among these are not only the Tatas, Essar and IVRCL Infrastructures Projects Ltd, but also Chinese, Russian and Spanish firms. The eastern corridor of the DFC is from Ludhiana to Dankuni (West Bengal). The western one is from Dadri, close to Delhi, till Navi Mumbai.

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Oil cos eye ONGC CBM blocks

Oil cos eye ONGC CBM blocks

Essar, Great Eastern Energy and Australia-based Dart Energy have evinced interest in picking up a significant stake in ONGC's coal-bed methane (CBM) blocks located in Bokaro.

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Oil cos eye ONGC CBM blocks

Oil cos eye ONGC CBM blocks

Essar, Great Eastern Energy and Australia-based Dart Energy have evinced interest in picking up a significant stake in ONGC's coal-bed methane (CBM) blocks located in Bokaro.

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