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'Diesel Import' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Diesel Imports Intensify, May Be Curbed By Monsoon: Report

    Diesel Imports Intensify, May Be Curbed By Monsoon: Report

    Demand for diesel in the country has been strong despite the start of monsoon season due to several power outages which has boosted diesel demand in back-up power generators, an industry source said.

  • India Imports Petrol, Diesel From China

    India Imports Petrol, Diesel From China

    India imported 18,000 tonnes of petrol and 39,000 tonnes of diesel in the first nine months of the current fiscal year, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said in a written reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha.

  • Monsoon Seen Washing Away Diesel Demand Surge

    Monsoon Seen Washing Away Diesel Demand Surge

    Monsoon is expected to dump above-average rainfall on India after two years of drought, cutting its use of diesel for irrigation pumps and generators over the third quarter and potentially rejuvenating exports of the oil product.

  • Government May Halt Diesel Imports, Deal With Private Refiners: Report

    Government May Halt Diesel Imports, Deal With Private Refiners: Report

    India's state refiners may halt diesel imports after working out a temporary mechanism to resume buying the fuel from private processors if global diesel prices remain at current levels, two refinery sources said.

  • State Refiners Import Diesel As Private Processors Cut Discounts

    State Refiners Import Diesel As Private Processors Cut Discounts

    Indian state refiners may continue importing higher volumes of diesel for the next few months instead of buying locally as private domestic oil processors like Reliance Industries and Essar Oil have withdrawn discounts on taxes and shipping.

  • Hindustan Petroleum Seeks Rare Diesel Imports, Say Traders

    Hindustan Petroleum Seeks Rare Diesel Imports, Say Traders

    Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd is seeking diesel for import into the country for the first time in many years, traders said on Friday.

  • India's Oil Import Bill Likely to Dip 35% in FY16

    India's Oil Import Bill Likely to Dip 35% in FY16

    India's crude oil import bill is likely to dip by 35 per cent to $73 billion this fiscal as global energy prices slumped on weak demand.

  • Modi Government May Decide on Coal Reforms: Your 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

    Modi Government May Decide on Coal Reforms: Your 10-Point Cheat-Sheet

    The Narendra Modi government may discuss much-needed reforms in the coal sector in a Cabinet meeting today, sources told NDTV. A decision on reforms in the coal sector may come after the government announced linking diesel prices to market rates and hiked prices of domestic gas over the weekend. The government needs to address the deficit in coal s...

  • Oil Minister Hints at Deregulation of Diesel Rates

    Oil Minister Hints at Deregulation of Diesel Rates

    Under-recovery or the gap between retail selling price and the cost of import, this month dipped to an all-time low of 8 paise a litre, helped by the monthly increases and softening in international oil rates.

  • India Cuts Down Dependence on Iran Oil: Report

    India Cuts Down Dependence on Iran Oil: Report

    India has cut its reliance on Iran for meeting its oil needs to less than 6 per cent as it raised imports from countries like Columbia and Mexico.

  • National Auditor Flays Oil Firms for Overcharging Customers by Rs 26,626 Crore

    National Auditor Flays Oil Firms for Overcharging Customers by Rs 26,626 Crore

    The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has castigated state-owned oil firms for overcharging customers by Rs 26,626 crore in five years by charging notional levies like customs duty on fuel they sold.

  • Petrol price cut by Rs 3.05 a litre, diesel price hiked by 50 paise

    Petrol price cut by Rs 3.05 a litre, diesel price hiked by 50 paise

    While petrol price cut has been made possible because of the appreciation of the rupee against the US dollar, diesel rates are being hiked as per the practice of increase in rates by small monthly doses to cover losses.

  • Oil Minister says one day a week to be declared 'Bus Day'

    Oil Minister says one day a week to be declared 'Bus Day'

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had asked Mr Moily to prepare a plan to cut oil import bill by at least $25 billion.

  • Diesel, LPG price hike decision in a few weeks: Oil Secretary

    Diesel, LPG price hike decision in a few weeks: Oil Secretary

    India, the world's fourth-biggest oil consumer, is considering a Rs 3-5 rupee hike in the price of diesel, which accounts for more than 40 per cent of fuel use, government officials said last week, as the country looks to cut import costs by nearly $20 billion to trim a record current account deficit.

  • Govt gets desperate to slash oil import costs

    Govt gets desperate to slash oil import costs

    India's top oil official is grasping at desperate measures to cut the country's oil costs by nearly $20 billion after the rupee's slide to record lows has left India facing an oil bill potentially 50 percent higher than on May 1.

  • Toyota may launch more small cars, compact SUVs in India

    Toyota may launch more small cars, compact SUVs in India

    The company, however, said in the absence of a clear cut Indian government policy relating the auto industry such as fuel policy and import tariff, it is adopting a wait and watch strategy before deciding on setting up of a new diesel engine plant in the country or launching more hybrid cars.

  • Working towards self-sufficiency in petroleum by 2030: Moily

    Working towards self-sufficiency in petroleum by 2030: Moily

    The government is working towards making the country self-sufficient for its petroleum needs by 2030, Petroleum Minister M Veerappa Moily said on Thursday.

  • Oil Minister rules out roll back in petrol, diesel hike

    Oil Minister rules out roll back in petrol, diesel hike

    Oil Minister M Veerappa Moily today ruled out a roll back in the Rs 1.50 a litre hike in petrol and 45 paisa per litre increase in diesel rates saying only a small raise has been passed on to consumers.