Quick update: NTPC may be allowed to divert unutilised gas to other plants

Apr 23 2014, 02:36 IST
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SummaryNTPC may soon be able to divert unutilised gas with any of its power stations to its other gas-starved units.

NTPC may soon be able to divert unutilised gas with any of its power stations to its other gas-starved units. Currently, the gas allocated to a unit can be utilised only for its requirement. Sources said the ministry of petroleum and natural gas would soon direct Gail to permit intra-day revision of nominations of gas.

Narendra Kothari takes charge as CMD of NMDC

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Bhel seeks cooperation from vendors to overcome stress

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