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1.India O&G Pipeline Infrastructure 2011: Technology updates critical to pipeline security, say Experts

A recent conference discussed the new technologies that are available in India and can transform O&G pipeline execution and maintenance.


2.NTPC to set up cement plants

Power major NTPC is planning to foray into cement business.


3.2011: 11 Big -ticket Projects

Infrastructure development is on a roll and India is ready to add a new chapter to its growth story. CW takes a look at the big ticket projects that will electrify the country in the coming year.


4.Government to amend gas policy to accommodate Dadri power plant

The government may amend its natural gas allocation priorities to accommodate gas supply to the proposed Dadri power plant of Reliance Natural Resources Ltd.


5.Adani and NTPC sign five agreements

Adani Enterprises rece-ntly signed five agreements with NTPC to supply around 4 mn tonne of coal to NTPC’s 14 power stations to meet their coal blending requirements.


6.Dadri-Surajpur-Chalera road to become snarl-free

Dadri-Surajpur-Chalera (DSC) road is going to become a snarl-free ride soon for those commuters who travel between Noida and Greater Noida.


7.General consultant appointed for DFC project

General consultancy contract for Kanpur–Mughalsarai, Khurja–Ludhiana and Khurja–Dadri section of Eastern Dedicated Freight Corridor project has been awarded to AECOM Asia Company at a cost of Rs 18.18 crore, according to the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India (DFCIL).


8.Electrifying DFC route to make project costly

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) had suggested that the proposed Western Dedicated Freight Corridor (DFC) connecting Dadri with Navi Mumbai be electrified. But now the company fears that electrification of the route will escalate its cost and force end-users to pay more. DFC Corporation, a SPV for executing the project, is securing a loan worth -Ñ 677 bn from JICA for developing the Western DFC.


9.Rural Electrification Corporation lends Rs.16,070 cr for Telangana power project

Rural Electrification Corporation lent Rs 16,070 crore to the Telangana Government for a power project. The loan will fund the 4,000 MW Yadadri Thermal Power Project, being set up by Telangana State Power Generation Corporation at Damcharla in Nalgonda district.


10.600 MW Kakatiya thermal plant stage-II commissioned

Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao dedicated the 600 MW Kakatiya thermal power plant Stage-II at Bhoopalapally in Warangal district


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