Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL.NS)
23 May 2018
NEW DELHI Saudi Aramco on Wednesday signed an initial deal with a consortium of Indian refiners to build a $44 billion refinery and petrochemical project on India's west coast, as the kingdom moves to secure buyers for its crude in a market awash with oil.
* Project to be split 50-50 between Indian consortium, Aramco
MUMBAI, March 28 India's Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd (BPCL) plans to build a $3 billion petrochemical unit to serve the Mumbai region, a company official said, to profit from the country's expected surge in demand for petrochemicals as its economy expands.
Oil giant Saudi Aramco is looking to buy a majority stake in a proposed refinery and petrochemical complex valued at 3 trillion rupees ($46.10 billion) in the western Indian state of Maharashtra, local daily Economic Times reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI India's government may look to raise as much as a record 1 trillion rupees ($15.7 billion) from the sale of state assets in the next fiscal year to help meet tough fiscal deficit limits while giving it room to boost spending and woo voters before general elections that must be called by early 2019.
MUMBAI/NEW DELHI, Jan 28 India's government may look to raise as much as a record 1 trillion rupees ($15.7 billion) from the sale of state assets in the next fiscal year to help meet tough fiscal deficit limits while giving it room to boost spending and woo voters before general elections that must be called by early 2019.
LONDON, Jan 26 Asian spot LNG prices slid this week on improving production and uncertain demand for cargoes in March amid indications that Chinese importers have largely covered their first-quarter needs.
BRIEF-Air Products Signs Agreement To Build, Own And Operate Syngas Supply Facility For Bharat Petroleum In India
* AIR PRODUCTS SIGNS AGREEMENT TO BUILD, OWN AND OPERATE SYNGAS SUPPLY FACILITY FOR BHARAT PETROLEUM IN INDIA
LONDON, Dec 7 Asian liquefied natural gas (LNG) spot prices rose above $10 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) on Thursday, driven to a three-year high by Chinese and Japanese deals, weather-driven demand and tight supply.
* Chartering prices linked to Clarkson publications (Adds changes in shipping company share prices)