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KPI Green Energy Ltd. receives LOI for 145.20 MW Hybrid Power Project.

KPI Green Energy Limited has been awarded a Letter of Intent (LOI) for a 145.20 MW Wind-Solar Hybrid Power Project (comprising 145.20 MW Wind and 50 MW Solar) by M/s Ayana Renewable Power Four Private Limited, based in Bangalore. This project will be located in the state of Gujarat and falls under the Companys Captive Power Producer (CPP) business segment. Additionally, the Company will be responsible for providing a range of services, including Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Commissioning (EPCC). This entails tasks such as land acquisition, design, manufacturing, supply, construction, erection, testing, and commissioning for the balance of plant, as well as the facilitating power evacuation facilities and securing the necessary approvals and permits for the Project. This accomplishment underscores our leadership in the renewable energy sector and is a major step towards our ambitious goal of reaching 1000 MW by the year 2025. India

Tata Projects bags contract to build Micron’s $2.75 billion semiconductor plant in Gujarat.

TATA Projects has bagged the contract to build Micron Technology’s advanced semiconductor assembly and test plant in Sanand, Gujarat. Situated in the Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation area of Chaarodi, Sanand, the project spans an expansive 93 acres of land. The construction of Phase 1 will include a 5,00,000 square feet cleanroom space, scheduled to be operational by late 2024. Micron had earlier announced plans to build India’s first semiconductor unit for $2.75 billion. Of this, Micron will be investing $825 million (around ?6,760 crore) and the balance will come from the government in two phases. The project encompasses the design and construction of a first-of-its-kind DRAM and NAND assembly and test facility in India. DRAM is the memory used to store code for algorithms, processes and NAND is the memory used to store data for pictures, music. The Sanand Factory will be designed in accordance with LEED Gold Standards of the Green Building Council and will also integrate advanced water-saving technologies, enabling a Zero Liquid Discharge system, displaying the Tata Project’s commitment to sustainable and responsible construction practices. Vinayak Pai, MD & CEO, Tata Projects, said, “We are thrilled to embark on this significant journey with Micron Technology, an industry leader in innovative memory and storage solutions. This collaboration exemplifies the unwavering commitment of Tata Projects to advancing technology, promoting sustainable development, and contributing considerably to ‘Make in India’ initiative. Through this classic venture, we are not just building a state-of-the-art semiconductor assembly and test plant; we are laying the foundation for India’s technological prowess on the global stage.” “We’re excited to break ground on Micron’s new assembly and test facility here in GIDC, Sanand, Ahmedabad, India, and lead this transformation in India’s semiconductor industry,” said Micron’s Senior Vice President of Global Assembly and Test Operations Gursharan Singh. “Micron selected Tata Projects to construct our new facility because of their strong track record of delivering high-quality projects on schedule, on budget, and with the highest safety and ethical standards,” Singh added. India

After BPCL, ONGC signs up HPCL for sale of oil from Mumbai offshore fields.

State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) has signed an agreement to sell crude oil it produces from Mumbai offshore fields to HPCL - the second such agreement in as many months, as Indias top oil and gas producer prefers term contracts over auctions where refiners hammer deep discounts. In a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, ONGC said it has inked term agreement with HPCL for sale of crude oil from Mumbai offshore. While it did not give details, sources aware of the matter said the pact for sale of about 4.5 million tonnes per annum of crude oil to Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltds (HPCL) Mumbai refinery. "This is the second term agreement sealed for sale of Mumbai Offshore crude oil post marketing freedom," ONGC said. Last month, ONGC had signed a similar pact to sell 4 million tonnes per annum plus an optional 0.5 million tonnes of crude oil to Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (BPCL), which too has a refinery to convert the crude oil into fuels like petrol and diesel at Mumbai. ONGC produces 13-14 million tonnes per annum of crude oil from its fields in the Arabian Sea, off the Mumbai coast. In June last year, the government abolished a rule that said oil from blocks awarded prior to 1999 must be sold to government-nominated customers, mostly state refiners. The old rule had led to producers such as ONGC and Oil India not getting the best market price. Subsequent to that rule change, ONGC started quarterly auctions of crude oil produced from Mumbai High and Panna/Mukta fields in the western offshore. While the company got a slight premium over Brent - the crude oil its Mumbai offshore is closest in quality to - in the initial auction, refiners like Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) started seeking discounts equivalent to one they got on Russian oil, sources said. Following Moscows invasion of Ukraine in February last year, Russian oil was sanctioned and shunned by European buyers and some in Asia, such as Japan. This led to Russian Urals crude being traded at a discount to Brent crude (the global benchmark). The discount on Russian Urals grade was as high as USD 30 a barrel in the middle of last year and now around USD 16. Sources said refiners like IOC argued that they needed discounts as they suffered losses on selling petrol and diesel at below cost to keep inflation in check. ONGC resisted the India

JSW Infrastructure plans to bid for terminals at major ports.

JSW Infrastructure will bid for the multiple terminals that are being offered by the government as part of a privatisation drive under the public-private-partnership model, people aware of the development said. The company is currently participating in tenders for terminals in Goa, Haldia, Kandla, Ennore and Vizag, among others, and will be prioritising container, liquid and gas terminals as it looks to focus on connectivity and value addition for customers. "Increasing the last-mile connectivity for the customer and value addition, these will be the priority for the company," one of the people said. "They are also looking at container freight station and multi-modal logistics parks, which can help in improving the core business and increase stickiness of customers," another person said. The second-largest operator of ports in the country, which has for long been in the captive business, has also ventured into third-party businesses over the last four-five years. Queries sent to JSW Infra were unanswered at the time of going to the press Sunday. The companys balance sheet is strong enough to sustain these bids, the people said. It has also bid for a port in Karnataka but is yet to be awarded the project. JSW Infra, which currently has 158 mt of capacity, plans to increase that to 300 mt by 2030, the company told analysts in a meeting last week. This capacity expansion will entail a capital expenditure of around ?13,000 crore and will largely be funded by the companys free cash flows. Part of the Sajjan Jindal-owned JSW Group, JSW Infra is looking to raise ?2,800 crore through the primary market with a fresh issue of shares. The company, whose issue will open for subscription Monday, has allotted 105.9 million shares to anchor investors. It has raised ?1,260 crore from these investors, who include a mix of domestic mutual funds and sovereign wealth funds including GIC and Fullerton. India

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