Diesel Demand


'Diesel Demand' - 26 Video Result(s)

'Diesel Demand' - 70 News Result(s)

  • India's Record Diesel Demand To Continue In 2017, Growth To Slow

    India's Record Diesel Demand To Continue In 2017, Growth To Slow

    Increased fuel efficiency, a fall in commercial vehicle sales, and the use of other fuels for power generation are also expected to dent demand growth for diesel, analysts and traders told Reuters.

  • India's Fuel Demand To Grow 5.8% In 2017-18 Says Government

    India's Fuel Demand To Grow 5.8% In 2017-18 Says Government

    India is likely to consume 205.4 million tonnes of refined fuel in 2017-18, petroleum ministry data showed.

  • Fuel Consumption Growth Slows To 5% In 2016-17

    Fuel Consumption Growth Slows To 5% In 2016-17

    The demand growth was slower than 11.5 per cent recorded in 2015-16 when consumption had jumped to 184.67 MT from 165.5 MT in the previous year.

  • IOC Sees Pick Up In Diesel Demand This Year

    IOC Sees Pick Up In Diesel Demand This Year

    The demand for gasoline continues to be robust, IOC said.

  • India's Fuel Demand Rises 12.1% In November

    India's Fuel Demand Rises 12.1% In November

    Cooking gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) sales increased 16.5 per cent to 1.88 million tonnes, while naphtha sales surged 6.9 per cent to 1.08 million tonnes.

  • Oil Seen Headed To $60 As Saudis Signal Deeper Output Cuts

    Oil Seen Headed To $60 As Saudis Signal Deeper Output Cuts

    Non-OPEC nations said Saturday they will reduce output by 558,000 barrels a day, adding to a Nov. 30 OPEC commitment to cut 1.2 million starting in January.

  • Petroleum Dealers Call Off Stir After Talks With Oil Firms

    Petroleum Dealers Call Off Stir After Talks With Oil Firms

    Petroleum dealers, who were on a two-day nationwide no-purchase strike since yesterday, said they were calling off their future agitation programmes as oil companies have promised to look into their demand for hiking commission before December 31.

  • Luxury Car Makers Rush To Bring In Petrol Variants

    Luxury Car Makers Rush To Bring In Petrol Variants

    As demand for diesel variants of luxury cars and SUVs dips in the wake of pollution concerns, companies like Mercedes-Benz and Audi are rushing to bring in their petrol offerings to India.

  • Mercedes To Have Petrol Option For All Models In India By September

    Mercedes To Have Petrol Option For All Models In India By September

    German luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz plans to offer petrol variants for all its models sold in India by next month so as to align with the demand shift following uncertainty over diesel vehicles in the wake of pollution concerns.

  • For Global Oil Refiners, Petrol Appeal Fades

    For Global Oil Refiners, Petrol Appeal Fades

    Just as drivers hit the road for summer holidays, refiners are turning the taps down on gasoline as a global excess cuts into their profits.

  • Monsoon Seen Washing Away Diesel Demand Surge

    Monsoon Seen Washing Away Diesel Demand Surge

    Monsoon is expected to dump above-average rainfall on India after two years of drought, cutting its use of diesel for irrigation pumps and generators over the third quarter and potentially rejuvenating exports of the oil product.

  • Petrol Variants In Demand As Diesel Faces Pollution Crackdown: Carmakers

    Petrol Variants In Demand As Diesel Faces Pollution Crackdown: Carmakers

    Car buyers seem to have begun lapping up petrol variants in a big way with the diesel vehicles facing the wrath of courts on pollution concerns, prompting auto makers to recalibrate their production strategy.

  • Hyundai Creta SUV Continues To Rake In Numbers

    Hyundai Creta SUV Continues To Rake In Numbers

    Hyundai has observed a greater demand for diesel variants despite the recent fuss over diesel engines.

  • Honda City - 2015 CNB Viewers' Choice Award Nominee

    Honda City - 2015 CNB Viewers' Choice Award Nominee

    One cannot forget the year the City first came to India. It was 1998 and it was the third generation of the City that made it here. Believe it or not, the City was first a subcompact car. The popularity of the car in India grew two folds and two generations of the car followed. It was the ideal sedan for the Indian consumer, till petrol prices star...

  • Worst Yet To Come For Diesel, Casting Refinery Profits In Doubt

    Worst Yet To Come For Diesel, Casting Refinery Profits In Doubt

    Oil refineries are shifting into high gear to produce as much gasoline as possible for the world's fuel-hungry drivers - kicking the problem of a worsening diesel glut further down the road.

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