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Vikas Srivastava

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InvITs can be platform to channelise foreign capital: Harsh Shah, CEO, IndiGrid

Infrastructure investment trusts (InvITs) preside over Rs 70,000-crore of assets under management (AUM) across sectors such as real estate, gas transmission, telecom and power.

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Gas exchange to help price discovery, domestic consumption to rise fast: Rajiv Srivastava, CEO, Indian Energy Exchange

But, it can be booked on behalf of buyers and sellers without really the need to own them at present since we have an excess capacity.

Rajiv Srivastava, MD and CEO, Indian Energy Exchange

Proposed 20% basic customs duty on solar cells to hit units in SEZs

The government is planning to replace safeguard duty introduced in July 2018 to protect domestic manufacturers with a basic customs duty which will rise to 20% in a phased manner over the next 2-3 years.

Unlike BCD, under safeguard duty, the SEZ manufacturers were treated on par with DTA manufacturers.

Fuel sales may reach normal level by July: N Vijayagopal, director-finance, BPCL

N Vijayagopal, director-finance at BPCL, said that the company expects sales to reach normal levels by July, with the progressive easing of the lockdown.

BPCL, lockdown, N Vijayagopal, global market, Q4FY20, fulel sales, crude prices, auto fuels 

Labour shortage hits JNPT throughput

Most of labourers including truck drivers contracted with JNPT and other labours with export houses have left for their hometowns impacting the operations both at the factories and at the port.

Privatisation of discoms an opportunity, says JSW Energy CEO

The scenario for FY21 will depend on economic recovery defined by three factors: how the MSMEs are going to perform, the issue of migrant labour, and the rate of spread of Covid-19, said Prashant Jain.

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Why India’s largest renewable energy producer wants to sell its assets in Karnataka

The company is likely to raise Rs 1,500 crore through the sale at a valuation of Rs 5 crore per megawatt, the people said.

ReNew has a total of 4.9-GW operational wind and solar assets across eight states.

Falling crude: State-run OMCs may report Q4 inventory loss of Rs 33,000 crore

As retail prices of petroleum products are mapped with international rates, the steep fall of global crude prices in Q4FY20 meant that by the time refiners sold their products after processing crude, retail rates had fallen.

Interview | Project executions to see major productivity shift with automation, says Vimal Kejriwal, MD, KEC International

With government mandating only 25% to 50% employee attendance due to social distancing, companies will have to find alternative ways of increasing productivity.

COVID-19 lockdown: Govt gives blanket extension of timeline for renewable projects

The move comes after renewable companies made representations to the government to allow a blanket extension for six months to overcome supply-side disruptions in completing the projects.

solar project, wind project, green energy, renewable energy, crude oil prices

Basic customs duty on solar modules being planned: MNRE secy

India currently has solar modules manufacturing capacity of 7-8 gigawatts (GW). This includes the units of players like Adani Solar, Tata Solar, Waaree Energies and Vikram Solar.

Current transportation fuel demand at 30%-40% of normal: R Ramachandran, director, refineries at BPCL

The current transportation fuel demand is around 30%-40% of the normal demand, with ATF demand almost near zero.

Indian refineries have term contracts with all the major national oil suppliers in the Middle East for this year.

Maharashtra electricity company clears dues of Rs 4000 crore to IPPs

MSEDCL owes state run power producer Mahagenco around Rs 7,000 crore, which it plans to pay in due course along with Rs 200 crore of wind power producers' outstanding loans, which is held up for some outstanding issues.

Power demand in India has fallen over 26% since March 24, the day the lockdown was announced.

PFC-REC may lend afresh to stressed discoms

Amid the ongoing lockdown across the country, the Centre has provided a breather to state discoms to tide over the current liquidity situation.

Liquidity is the biggest challenge in the present scenario: Raghupati Singhania, MD, JK Tyre & Industries

The domestic automotive industry, which was already passing through challenging times due to unprecedented demand woes, is expected to be further impacted, thereby pushing recovery timelines.

Under the right guidance of the government bodies, we have halted production at all our manufacturing facilities in India, and we will soon be taking necessary actions across our Mexico plants as well.

Gas sales by Petronet LNG, GAIL dip by a quarter, firms to invoke force majeure with foreign companies

Given the 21-day lockdown, the two firms may also face issues in lifting the contracted cargoes arriving at ports in the near future and ask foreign suppliers for rescheduling of the shipments.

Gas sales, Petronet LNG, GAIL, foreign companies, CGD sectors, GAIL India, petrochemicals, natural gas

IOC, HPCL reduce refinery throughput by up to 30%, BPCL to follow

Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has cut its refined throughput by 25-30% as the demand for petroleum products like petrol, diesel, fuel oil, bitumen, etc fell substantially.

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After Q3 gains, oil marketing companies to report big inventory losses in Q4

The OMCs are likely to see inventory loss of $5.6-8/barrel in Q4FY20 given that they bought crude at an average price of $65-$67 in the December quarter, according to analysts.

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Global scenario in steel sector indicates slump has bottomed out: JSW Steel Joint MD & Group CFO Seshagiri Rao

For contractors who were awarded contracts in September 2019, disbursement was very inadequate initially, says Seshagiri Rao.

steel sector, steel industry

Budget wasn’t the demand driver we had expected it to be: Tata Steel CFO and executive director Koushik Chatterjee

For steel companies, the December quarter was the worst of the last few, says Koushik Chatterjee.

Power, fuel bill of cement companies to fall 13% as coal prices decline

The majority of Indian cement companies including Ultratech Cement, ACC, Ambuja Cement, Sree Cement and Prism Cement source around 70% of their coal requirement from abroad, while close to 30% is met from domestic coal.

Power, cement companies, Ultratech Cement, ACC, Ambuja Cement, Sree Cement, Elara Capital

Interview | Rural India has felt more of a squeeze from the slowdown, says Adi Godrej, chairman, Godrej Group

While the discretionary spend in rural areas has not risen as per expectations, FY21 is likely to deliver better numbers than the ongoing fiscal, says Adi Godrej, chairman of the Godrej Group, in an interview to Vikas Srivast

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BS6 transition likely to be a smoother ride than BS4, here’s why!

In order to avoid a repeat of past mistakes, companies including Tata Motors, Mahindra & Mahindra and Maruti Suzuki had announced production cuts in conformance with reduced consumer demand.

Domestic cars sales falls by 8 percent in January 2020 SIAM gives reason

Budget 2020: Expansion of gas grid – Experts say unified tariff to help

Budget 2020-21: CNG and PNG are out of the GST net, it is still unviable for industrial consumers who use fuel oil as a major resource.

NHAI plans fifth TOT auction in Feb to raise Rs 3,000 crore

The fifth package would consist of three to four road projects valued at around Rs 3,000 crore and will be followed up with small packages of two to three road projects after every two to three months, the source added.

CLP India may buy Mahindra Susten’s 160 mw solar assets by February-end

CLP’s India portfolio includes renewable and conventional energy, amounting to over 3,000 mw. CLP India’s 16 wind energy and three solar energy projects span seven states.

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National Investment and Infrastructure Fund in advance talks to buy two road assets of Essel Group

The build, operate and transfer (BOT) projects are valued between Rs 2,000 crore and Rs 2,500 crore, and the deal is expected to be completed before February, sources said.

National Investment and Infrastructure Fund, BOT projects, Karnataka, Telangana, Essel Devanhalli Tollway, Essel Dichpally Tollway
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