The meeting, scheduled on Tuesday, was abruptly called off after a last-minute note by the oil ministry's technical arm, DGH
Government to regulate marketing charges on natural gas levied by cos like Reliance Industries and Gail India
Government has decided to regulate natural gas marketing charges levied by companies to protect domestic consumers in the short-supplied market.
The government is set to approve Reliance Industries' long pending proposal to develop four satellite discoveries in the D6 block with some conditions on Tuesday.
The govt is overhauling its priority list for selling domestic gas to help more households get cheap piped gas, and cut supplies from RIL's D6 block to some fertiliser units.
Private firms do not object to audit of their accounts by the CAG but the decision to audit their records rests with the top auditor.
Dwindling output from D6 is now affecting the power sector, which is facing a pro-rata supply cut due to about 21% reduction in D6 gas supply.
Reliance Industries-operated D6 block experienced steep decline in gas output because the company drilled only 22 wells.
RIL's frosty relations with the oil ministry have thawed after months of acrimony as the company has indicated it can surrender a part of the D6 block.
The oil ministry has denied domestic natural gas to a $4-billion petrochemical project promoted by state-run ONGC
HPCL director marketing Nishi Vasudeva has been elected as vice president - Youth & Gender, Executive Committee of World Petroleum Council.
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