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Tue, Dec 5 2017

Russian curling chief slams IOC ban as 'unprofessional'

MOSCOW The head of Russia's curling federation on Tuesday slammed the IOC decision to ban Russia from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics as unprofessional.

Russian curling chief slams IOC ban as "unprofessional"

MOSCOW, Dec 5 The head of Russia's curling federation on Tuesday slammed the IOC decision to ban Russia from the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics as unprofessional.

Indian refiners turn to use dirty fuel to produce power, gas

* India Oil evaluates petcoke gasification project at Paradip

UPDATE 1-Indian Oil Corp studies renewed Venezuelan crude purchases

* Doubts on whether PDVSA can supply more crude (Adds PIX to slug)

Indian Oil Corp studies renewed Venezuelan crude purchases

NEW DELHI, Nov 22 Indian Oil Corp is considering buying Venezuelan crude for the first time in at least six years, in a move that could help the crisis-struck South American nation settle unpaid bills with another state-owned Indian energy firm.

UPDATE 1-Indian Oil aims for LNG import capacity of 13.5 mln tonnes in 5 yrs

* Plans 8.5 mtpa capacity in gas starved east India (Adds further details, company quotes)

India's NSE index ends lower; Yes Bank drags

Oct 27 India's NSE index ended lower on Friday, snapping four sessions of consecutive gains, as disappointing corporate earnings by Yes Bank Ltd and Indian Oil Corp weighed, with investors continuing to book profits in recent outperformers.

BRIEF-Indus Towers signs MoU with Indian Oil Corp

* Signed MoU with Indian Oil Corp for setting up mobile tower network across all 26,000 outlets pan-India. Source text - Indus Towers, India’s largest telecom infrastructure company, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL), an integrated energy major for setting up mobile tower network across all 26,000 outlets pan-India. This is in line with its vision of ‘Putting India First’ and committed towards building a robust infrastructure for NextGen digita

Indian Oil plans $2.4 bln expansion of Gujarat refinery

* Expansion will increase capacity to 360,000 bpd by end 2021

UPDATE 2-Indian Oil, partners look for cheaper site for Pacific NorthWest LNG terminal

* Would pursue downstream aspects of project less aggressively

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