India has just completed its biggest city gas distribution auction that would extend coverage to more than half of its population.
India plans to build underground caverns that can hold a combined 6.5 million tons of emergency crude reserves at two locations.
India Eases Borrowing Norms for Oil Refiners to Prop Up Rupee
Miscalculations that Trump’s rules will be similar to Obama’s is at the root of crude’s recent surge over $85 a barrel.
India Is Cutting Imports of Iranian Oil to Zero in November
Nitin Gadkari declined to comment on the Centre’s plan to provide relief on fuel prices, saying it’s for the finance minister.
India’s growth monikers, when juxtaposed with the less-flattering description of its currency they pose a problem for PM Modi.
Violence erupted in Bihar, Maharashtra and other states, while trains and bus services were disrupted in other parts of India.
Rising crude prices coupled with the depreciation of the rupee is straining the government’s subsidy budget.
GAIL allows online booking of pipeline capacity via website.
Bombardier plane powered by blended fuel using jatropha seeds.
Jet Airways to Consider Cost Cuts, Turnaround Plan Next Week
India may halve its imports from Iran to secure a waiver from the U.S. to continue with shipments.
India’s largest refiner has taken advantage of rising domestic oil consumption, which expanded for a 10th straight month in June.
India’s top refiner IOC signs its first U.S. crude term tender.
The U.S. embargo on Iran oil shipments has put Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a quandary.
The world’s fastest growing crude consumer - Indian Oil - has a warning for OPEC.
The government received 400 bids for the 86 areas it offered in the ninth auction for city-gas licenses.
Even if Iran supplies get disrupted, supplies to the Indian market will still continue, says IOC Chairman.
The world’s biggest exporter is pumping 10 million barrels a day.
Oil's Fastest Growing Buyer Guzzles Iran Crude Before Sanctions