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Power Supply

  • NEA: 9374 MWh
  • Private Sector: 10260 MWh
  • India: 6866 MWh
  • Tripping: 90 MWh
  • Demand : 26590 MWh
  • Soure : NEA


India’s natural gas production growth flat in July 2019

New Delhi- India’s natural gas production growth in July this year remained flat at 2,718 Million Standard Cubic Meter (MSCM) mainly due to lower output from the onshore fields of Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), fresh data published by the oil ministry showed. Gas production in the first four…

NOC fails to implement dual-pricing system in liquefied petroleum gas

Kathmandu- Though it has been more than eight years since the government announced about implementing dual-colour liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders in the market, the state-owned Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC) has not been able to enforce the said dual pricing in LPG owing to lack of enough homework and actual…

Oil prices drop as US-China trade dispute stokes demand worries

Seoul- Oil fell on Wednesday as the intensifying Sino-US trade dispute stoked worries over demand, although a drop in US crude inventories offered some support to prices. International benchmark Brent crude futures were at $58.70 a barrel by 0039 GMT, down 24 cents, or 0.41 per cent, from their previous settlement and…

House sub-committee begins discussion on the issue of unpaid electricity bills

Kathmandu- A sub-committee of the parliamentary Public Accounts Committee, formed to probe into the issue of monies owed to the Nepal Electricity Authority in unpaid utility bills by more than two dozen factories, began discussions and said an extensive investigation would be required. Around 25 factories are being investigated for…

Vehicle, petroleum worth Rs 47 billion imported via Bhairahawa

Butwal- Vehicles and petroleum worth over Rs 47 billion were imported from the Bhairahawa customs in the last Fiscal Year 2018/19. Vehicles worth Rs 23.37 billion were imported, and diesel and petrol worth Rs 20.21 billion were imported in the year through the customs. Apart from diesel and petrol, liquefied…

‘We will now need to enhance the fuel storage capacity in Amlekhgunj’

The much-hyped Motihari-Amlekhgunj pipeline project, which was proposed back in 1996, is set to become a reality within the next few weeks, as all physical works of the project have been completed and the project is just awaiting a formal commencement. The project, which has been completed much before the…

Cross-border pipeline to supply only diesel: NOC

Kathmandu- The much-hyped Motihari-Amlekhgunj oil pipeline, which is expected to start commercial operation next month, will supply only diesel initially for a certain period, as per Nepal Oil Corporation. Citing that the demand for diesel accounts for almost 70 per cent of the total fuel trade in the country and…

In Pakistan Gas network under stress due to low demand

Islamabad- Pakistan’s gas pipeline network is facing an ‘emergency situation’ as supplies substantially outstrip consumption owing to lower than committed demand in the power system. “This is a very dangerous situation for the gas network as pipelines face extreme backpressure at LNG [liquefied natural gas] offloading points from two re-gasification…

Petroleum pipeline successfully tested

Bara- The petroleum pipeline constructed from Motihari of India to Amlekhgunj of Nepal was successfully tested on Friday. Diesel from Motihari has been supplied from the pipe. As the test was successfully conducted, Indian Oil Corporation officials said that a significant development was made through this project. The 69-km-long pipeline…

NOC’s color-coded LPG cylinders in quandary

Kathmandu- The Nepal Oil Corporation's (NOC) plans to distribute color-coded liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) cylinders in the market has apparently failed as it has seen discontinuation for the second time. The color-coded cylinders (red for household and blue for commercial use) were introduced by the NOC in 2013 when the…