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The policymakers are now deliberating on India’s strategic oil reserves at Mangaluru, Paddur (near Udupi) and Visakhapatnam after the drone strikes on Saudi Arabian Oil Co or Saudi Aramco’s facility over the weekend sent shock waves across global oil markets, hitting supplies. India’s Strategic Oil Reserves State-owned Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserve Ltd (ISPRL) which is ..
Topics: Energy • Energy in Saudi Arabia • Energy security • Mangalore • Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas • Oil reserves • Oil storage • Petroleum • Petroleum industry • Strategic Petroleum Reserve
Nuclear power is the fifth-largest source of electricity generation in India. Its capacity is exceeded by electricity generation from coal, gas, hydroelectricity and wind power. India has 22 nuclear reactors in operation in 7 nuclear power plants, having a total installed capacity of 6,780 MW. The share of atomic energy in the overall electricity generation ..
The Central Government of India has plans to approve 8 Free Trade and Warehousing Zones(FTWZs) in India of which 4 have already been notified by the Government. 3 FTWZs are already operational. Private investors have invested nearly 3400 crores in these FTWZs till date. The Central Government has made no investments in these CTWZs. What/Why ..
The Future of the Rail Report was prepared by the International Energy Agency (IEA) in association with the International Union of Railways (UIC). Findings of the Report The report provides a specific focus on India, The important findings of the Future of Rail Report are: Indian railways will account for nearly 40% of total global rail ..
Topics: Economic development • Energy security • Environmental protection • International Energy Agency • International Union of Railways • OECD • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development • The Future of Rail
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company signs MoU with signed MoU with Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd
On November 12, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) signed MoU with the Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd (ISPRL) to explore the possibility of storing ADNOC crude oil at Padur Underground Facility in Udupi district of Karnataka, which has a 2.5 million tonne (~17 million barrels) capacity. So far, ADNOC is the only foreign oil ..
Topics: Abu Dhabi National Oil Company • Energy • Energy security • Global strategic petroleum reserves • Mangalore • Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas • Oil storage • petroleum • Strategic Petroleum Reserve • Udupi district • Universe