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ONGC wins Nigerian offshore oilfield 3.12.2005 Sify Finance
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation has won the auction of a Nigerian offshore oilfield with an offer of $1 billion-$2 billion. The source described the bidding process as competitive, but declined to identify other bidders or the exact price of ONGC's offer.
Manmohan, Putin to focus on enhancing defence, energy partnership 3.12.2005 New Kerala: India News
By Ashok Dixit, New Delhi: Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Russian President Vladimir Putin will focus on ways to enhance defence and energy cooperation between their respective countries when Dr. Singh arrives on a four-day visit to Moscow from Sunday (December 4).
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Two cos to merge with Jindal Drilling 3.12.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
Jindal Drilling & Industries Ltd has decided to merge/amalgamate Discovery Hydrocarbons Pvt Ltd and Newsco Newtech Pvt Ltd with it.
ONGC, BG in exploration tie up 3.12.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
ONGC and BG Exploration and Production India (BGEPIL) on Friday tied up to jointly operate three offshore deepwater exploration blocks on the east coast of India.
Cairn spent Rs 2 bn in oil exploration in South Asia 3.12.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
Cairn Energy has spent more than Rs two billion in oil and gas exploration and developing joint ventures in South Asia, specially in India.
ONGC may contest I-T Dept's additional claim of Rs 1,000 cr 2.12.2005 HBL: Corporate
THE Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has disputed the Tax Department's additional claim for the payment of about Rs 1,000 crore for 2003-04 and has sought a legal opinion to contest the claim, the ONGC Chairman and Managing Director, Mr ...
Raha gives priority to oil hunt 2.12.2005 Telegraph: Business
ONGC chairman Subir Raha, who has come under fire from the petroleum ministry for not fully concentrating on the core business of oil exploration, today said 95 per cent of the company's investible corpus of Rs 14,354 crore for the next fiscal has been earmarked for domestic oil hunt.
ONGC to invest Rs 13,580 cr in exploration 2.12.2005 Rediff: Business
95% of investments in domestic sector, won't pay special dividend: Raha.
Pertamina, Exxon may form JV to settle Cepu oil row 2.12.2005 New Kerala: Business India
MANILA: Indonesia's state oil firm and U.S. major Exxon Mobil Corp. may soon resolve a long-running dispute over who will operate the $2 billion Cepu oil project by forming a joint venture, a Pertamina official said on Friday.
Petroleum pricing: In defence of oil marketing companies 2.12.2005 HBL: Opinion
The Petroleum Minister defends the oil refining and marketing companies on the issue of their not reducing petrol and diesel prices.
ONGC says 95 pc investment in domestic oil hunt 1.12.2005 IndiaInfo.com
<img src="http://www.indiainfo.com/images/indiainfo-logo.gif"><p align="justify">State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp, which is facing Petroleum Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar's ire for its plans to diversify, today said 95 per cent of its Rs 14,354 crore investment next fiscal will go into domestic oil hunt and it will raise oil output by 8 per cent in 2006.
ONGC meetto consider interim devidend for 2005-6 1.12.2005 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi: The ONGC board will meet to consider an interim dividend for 2005-06, ONGC Chairman Subir Raha said today.
Cochin Shipyard bags Rs 372-cr ONGC order 1.12.2005 HBL: Logistics
COCHIN Shipyard Ltd (CSL) has bagged a major repair order worth Rs 372 crore from ONGC to repair its three rigs. The work for the three rigs -- mobile offshore drilling units (MODU) Sagar Vijay and Sagar Bhushan and the Jack up rig ...
ONGC output to fall sharply: Aiyar 28.11.2005 Express India-- Front Page
India's largest oil producer, Oil and Natural Gas Corp, expects output from its existing fields to drop sharply in the next 4-5 years, Oil Minister Mani Shankar Aiyar said.
ONGC, CNPC put in $1-bn joint bid for Syrian oilfields 26.11.2005 ET: Oil & Gas
The flagship government-owned energy companies of India and China, normally arch-rivals in the race for overseas oilfields, are teaming up for the first time to bid for a $1bn package of assets in Syria.
No bargains break that are not this day made 26.11.2005 HBL: Opinion
MARK Twain assures, "Truth is tough. It will not break, like a bubble, at a touch; nay, you may kick it about all day, like a football, and it will be round and full at evening." So too with disputes, which get tossed about at various levels, ...
India, Turkey to cooperate in oil exploration and refining 25.11.2005 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Nov 24 : India and Turkey Thursday signed a cooperation agreement for bilateral oil exploration, refining and pipeline projects as well as in third countries.
India, Turkey sign MoU for oil exploration 25.11.2005 HBL: Industry & Economy
TO ENCOURAGE and promote bilateral cooperation in developmental issues in the oil and natural gas sector, India and Turkey on Thursday inked a memorandum of understanding. The areas of cooperation between the two countries include tie-ups ...
Indian cash eyes West Africa oil 24.11.2005 BBC South Asia
India offers West African nations up to $1bn towards infrastructure projects in exchange for oil rights.
Crude output dips in Oct, natural gas production rises 23.11.2005 HBL: Industry & Economy
WHILE the country's crude oil production fell 7.2 per cent in October , natural gas output rose by 4 per cent during the month. In a statement issued here on Tuesday, the Petroleum Ministry said the reason for the shortfall was loss of ...
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