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The Gujarat Government refused to consider any move to allow a higher tariff at Tata Power's 4,000 MW Mundra power project, two units of which are expected to be commissioned by March next year
Significant opportunities exist for vendors of port construction and operations equipment. Cargo traffic at Indian ports stood at 934 mt last year. That the capacity at these ports is required to grow to 2,000 mt
Phillips Carbon Black commenced the commercial operation of 16 MW cogeneration power plant at Mundra in December 2009.
Phillips Carbon Black Ltd (PCBL) plans to invest Rs 500 crore for capacity expansion and routine operations, over the next 18 months.
The Union Government is considering setting up of an ultra mega power plant at either of the four sites suggested by the Gujarat Government, namely, Porbandar, Kutch, Junagarh and Navsari, making it the second UMPP to come up in the state.
Adani Group has pledged to invest Rs 20,000 crore in Madhya Pradesh during the next five years in various projects.
The KPMG- Infrastructure Today awards 2010 were held recently in New Delhi. The awards organised by ASAPP Media Information Group and KPMG, awards honoured 10 companies, three ministries and two individuals across various categories.
Adani Power (APL) is likely to commission 1,980 MW of generation capacity by the end of the current fiscal and 6,600 MW by mid 2012.
Jaihind Projects Ltd has bagged two projects for laying gas pipelines, one each from GAIL (India) Ltd and Gujarat State Petronet Ltd.
Mundra Port and SEZ Ltd. has submitted its bid to the global tender floated by the Kerala government to develop Azhikkal port in Kannur on public-private partnership (PPP) basis.