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India, Japan to conduct study on LNG pricing

India, Japan to conduct study on LNG pricing

In order to bring about rationalization of liquefied natural gas (LNG) prices in Asia Pacific, India and Japan would carry out a joint study on the matter. The study would focus right pricing of the fuel to secure long-term contracts at competitive rates. The proposal to conduct the study was mooted on the b

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Tata Steel hopes to raise sales in FY14

Tata Steel hopes to raise sales in FY14

Tata Steel, which sold 7.5 million tonne of steel in 2012-13, plans to raise the sale to 8.5 million tonne in the current financial year, which is a growth of around 13.3 per cent. The company is hopeful of raising sales in the current fiscal as it expects increase in demand following the monsoon season. During Apr-Jun 2013, the firm posted a year-on-year sales growth of 26 per

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House panel suggests cap on gas pricing

House panel suggests cap on gas pricing

A Parliamentary committee suggested the government to impose a cap on natural gas price once it is linked to the formula proposed by the Rangarajan panel from April 2014. The Parliamentary committee suggested the cap in order to avoid the potential for unlimited gains to local producers owing to an upswing in

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Minister stresses need to attract investment in oil and gas sector

Minister stresses need to attract investment in oil and gas sector

In order to attract investment in the oil and gas sector, the government must take key reforms and the recent hike in natural gas price is a step in this direction, union oil Minister M Veerappa Moily remarked in a media. He pointed out that India was losing out to China when it comes to attracting investment in oil and gas sector from multinational companies. He also said that China has also taken decision to hike natural gas price to attract inve

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OMCs raise petrol, diesel prices

OMCs raise petrol, diesel prices

Public sector oil marketing companies (OMCs) hiked petrol prices by 70 paise per litre and diesel by 50 paise considering the increase in the international crude oil prices. But pump prices will vary from city to city depending on state and local taxes. Oil firms pointed out that the international price of petrol rose from $117.19 per barrel to $120.05 per barrel. The rupee-dollar exchange rate however, has marginally appr

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Panel suggests govt to conduct due diligence

Panel suggests govt to conduct due diligence

A Parliamentary panel report shows that the government has not conducted any due diligence before clearing the proposal to hike domestic natural gas price in line with the Rangarajan committee recommendation. According to the report, submitted by the parliamentary standing committee on finance,
the

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GAIL wants Petronet to renegotiate price of Aussie gas

GAIL wants Petronet to renegotiate price of Aussie gas

GAIL India wants Petronet LNG to renegotiate the pricing agreement it signed for importing LNG from Australia's Gorgon project. Petronet LNG signed the agreement in August 2009
and under this, the company would import 1.44 million tonne per annum of liquefied natural gas (LNG) at a

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Minister asks firms to invest in oil and gas sector

Minister asks firms to invest in oil and gas sector

The Petroleum Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas M Veerappa Moily has emphasised the need for greater investment in the oil and gas sector. He said this while addressing an Assocham Seminar on Indian Economy in the context of global energy scenario. The minister said the government was committed to deal with the energy security issues. It is in this context that the gas pricing formula was recently revised based on th

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BP chief suggests roadmap for gas pricing

BP chief suggests roadmap for gas pricing

Media reports indicate that Bob Dudley, Chief Executive of BP Group suggested the central government to prepare a clear roadmap for pricing of domestically produced natural gas in the country. Dudley feels introduction of a clear roadmap for gas pricing would attract more investment in the hydrocarbons secto