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'Oil Consumer' - 129 News Result(s)

  • Consumer Inflation In India To Average At 5% In 2017-18: Crisil

    Consumer Inflation In India To Average At 5% In 2017-18: Crisil

    It also said that food price pressures could build up anew if El Nino disrupts the south-west monsoon this year, while core inflation, which has been sticky, could also edge up if domestic demand improves.

  • Amul Defends TV Commercials; Says Hindustan Unilever Trying To Frighten It

    Amul Defends TV Commercials; Says Hindustan Unilever Trying To Frighten It

    FMCG major Hindustan Unilever Limited (HUL) has moved Bombay High Court against Amul over the commercial, which suggests to consumers to buy Amul ice cream and not the 'frozen dessert' as the latter was made from vegetable oil and was not healthy.

  • 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.

  • ONGC-HPCL Merger: Talks Begin At Ministerial Level

    ONGC-HPCL Merger: Talks Begin At Ministerial Level

    The merger is likely to help the world's third-largest oil consumer better compete with global majors in acquiring foreign assets.

  • Oil Prices Hit Three-Month Low As US Rig Count Climbs

    Oil Prices Hit Three-Month Low As US Rig Count Climbs

    The slump in prices has occurred as more rigs are deployed to look for oil in the United States and as crude inventories in the US, the world's biggest oil consumer, have surged to a record.

  • Sensex Snaps Seven-Day Losing Streak, Capital Goods Shares Shine

    Sensex Snaps Seven-Day Losing Streak, Capital Goods Shares Shine

    Sensex snapped seven-day losing streak on the back of buying in capital goods, consumer durables and oil & gas shares.

  • Oil Prices Firm As Abu Dhabi Cuts Exports Amid Soaring Asian Demand

    Oil Prices Firm As Abu Dhabi Cuts Exports Amid Soaring Asian Demand

    In India, Asia's No.2 oil consumer behind China, fuel demand rose 12.1 per cent in November compared with the same month last year, hitting 16.64 million tonnes (4.07 million bpd).

  • Expect Higher Oil Demand Growth This Year: Petroleum Minister

    Expect Higher Oil Demand Growth This Year: Petroleum Minister

    India's oil demand growth is set to exceed 11 per cent this year as the world's third largest oil and gas consumer accelerates its economic development, Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan said on Monday.

  • US Crude Down 3% After Big Stockpile Build Report

    US Crude Down 3% After Big Stockpile Build Report

    Oil prices tumbled on Wednesday, with US crude falling more than 3 per cent, after an unexpectedly large inventory build in the world's biggest oil consumer renewed worries about oversupply.

  • US Jobs Data To Draw Bruising, Volatile Week To Close

    US Jobs Data To Draw Bruising, Volatile Week To Close

    Stocks struggled for direction on Friday and U.S. Treasury yields remained anchored close to this week's record low, marking their longest run of consecutive weekly declines in four years ahead of the latest U.S. unemployment report.

  • India Surpasses Japan In Oil Use, Next Only To US, China: BP

    India Surpasses Japan In Oil Use, Next Only To US, China: BP

    India has surpassed Japan to become the world's third largest oil consumer, with its oil demand galloping 8.1 per cent in 2015, according to BP's Statistical Review of World Energy released on Wednesday.

  • Wall Street Drops At End Of Tough Week For Retailers

    Wall Street Drops At End Of Tough Week For Retailers

    US stocks fell on Friday as a decline in oil prices added to pressure from consumer companies after gloomy quarterly reports from Nordstrom and JCPenney overshadowed upbeat April retail sales data.

  • Oil Hits One-Month Low on Unexpected US Demand Drop

    Oil Hits One-Month Low on Unexpected US Demand Drop

    Oil prices slipped to a one-month low on Tuesday after a surprise fall in gasoline demand in the United States, the world's largest oil consumer, and doubts whether oil producers can agree an output freeze to dampen a global supply glut.

  • Wall Street Flat as Investors Pause After Rally

    Wall Street Flat as Investors Pause After Rally

    US stocks were largely unchanged on Monday in muted trading, with gains in healthcare shares offsetting a fall in consumer stocks, as investors took a breather from a recent rally that helped indexes recover from a selloff at the start of the year.

  • Wall Street Flat as Consumer Stocks Gain, Energy Dips

    Wall Street Flat as Consumer Stocks Gain, Energy Dips

    US stocks were little changed on Monday as gains in consumer stocks following encouraging data offset the impact of a dip in crude oil prices on the energy sector.

  • Oil Hits 2-Month High on China Demand Hopes, Easing Supply Glut

    Oil Hits 2-Month High on China Demand Hopes, Easing Supply Glut

    Oil prices rose on Tuesday after China's surprise monetary policy easing stoked expectations for higher oil demand from the world's largest commodities consumer and signs emerged that a global supply glut was starting to deflate.

  • Oil Falls 4% on China Data, Fading Prospect of OPEC Action

    Oil Falls 4% on China Data, Fading Prospect of OPEC Action

    Oil fell 4 per cent on Monday as weak economic data from China, the world's largest energy consumer, weighed on prices and an OPEC (Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries) source played down talk of an emergency meeting to stem the decline.

  • Oil Ministry Plans New LPG Connections on EMIs: Pradhan

    Oil Ministry Plans New LPG Connections on EMIs: Pradhan

    Targeting to add 10 crore new LPG connections in next three years, Union Minister for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on Friday said oil marketing companies are mulling to sell new cooking gas on an EMI basis, just like for other consumer durables.

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