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1.Projects worth over Rs 110 billion launched in Paradip

Mega projects of Indian Oil (IOCL) and Paradip Port Trust (PPT) worth over Rs 110 billion have been reportedly unveiled at Paradip in Odisha.

2.Odisha to get projects worth Rs 160 billion. Check out the project list!

The foundation stone for projects worth Rs 160 billion will be reportedly laid by Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his scheduled Odisha visit on December 24.

3.Eco Cleaner

Cortec Corporation has developed a gentle but effective cleaner for removing soil and stains from hard surfaces.

4.STATE targets fertiliser firms for petrochemical hub

The Odisha Government aims to collaborate with noted fertiliser companies to set up units at the PCPIR (petroleum, chemicals and petrochemicals investment region) hub planned over an area of 284 sq km straddling Jagatsinghpur and Kendrapara districts

5.State seeks allotment of captive mines for KIOCL

Beleaguered steel ministry undertaking KIOCL, which is struggling to survive without captive iron ore mines

6.Bagged it!

Contract value: Rs.1,600 crore Particulars: LNG regasification Black & Veatch India has bagged an EPC and commissioning contract from Indian Oil Corporation Ltd for its 5 mn tonne LNG regasification terminal at Ennore.

7.SAIL, KIOCL to set up coke oven plant, power unit

The state-run KIOCL and Steel Authority of India (SAIL) plan to jointly set up a coke oven plant in Mangalore, Karnataka.

8.State Govt Kiocl To Discuss Proposed Plant

The State Government and KIOCL propose to set up pellet plant and beneficiation plant project. The plant would tap huge amount of unsold fines of Odisha Mining Corporation (OMC). It will also attract investment opportunities and generate investment opportunities in the state.

9.NALCO revises aluminium prices

The prices of all aluminium products sold by National Aluminium Co (NALCO) have increased by Rs 4,500 per tonne. The company, which is India's third-largest producer of aluminium, revises its product prices from time to time to corroborate with London Metal Exchange prices. The present revision has become effective from December 1. The basic price of standard aluminium ingots after the latest increase is Rs 143,700 per tonne.State govt, KIOCL to discuss proposed plant The State Government an

10.KIOCL’s battery unit to come up in Mlore

KIOCL is planning to set up a coke oven battery unit to supply coke and to generate power for its blast furnace unit and pellet plant in Mangalore. The battery unit will help it to produce pig iron at a lower cost and generate power.