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SpiceJet resumes flights after fuel row

Beleaguered Indian airline SpiceJet resumed flights yesterday following an agreement to pay cash for fuel purchases, hours after it grounded its fleet and stranded thousands of travellers. The no-frills airline, one of India's

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EU bans export of jet fuel used by Syrian air force

European Union governments agreed on Friday to ban the export of jet fuel to Syria from December 14, saying it was being used by the Syrian air force for indiscriminate attacks against civilians. The ban also covers finance and in

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First fuel station opens at Dubai Investments Park

Dubai Investments Park (DIP), a unique integrated commercial, industrial and residential community in the Middle East wholly-owned by Dubai Investments, has announced the opening of its first fuel station. Located between DIP-1 an

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PowerCell sets up operations in South Korea

Nordic fuel cell technology leader PowerCell Sweden has expanded its international business operations into Asia with the establishment of ‘PowerCell Korea’ in Seoul, South Korea. It has already succeeded in

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PowerCell sets up operations in South Korea

Nordic fuel cell technology leader PowerCell Sweden has expanded its international business operations into Asia with the establishment of ‘PowerCell Korea’ in Seoul, South Korea. It has already succeeded in

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Malaysia to cut fuel subsidies to shore up finances

Malaysia will abolish subsidies for petrol and diesel from December 1, the government said on Friday, taking a bold step that could potentially save the government some 20 billion ringgit ($5.97 billion) annually. Malaysia joins I

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Saudi inks deal with 78 automakers to conserve fuel

Saudi Arabia has signed a deal with 78 automobile companies for checking fuel consumption, which is currently at 800,000 barrels daily for 12 million vehicles, according to a report. The memoranda of understanding (MoU) is aimed a

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Saudi inks deal with 78 automakers to conserve fuel

Saudi Arabia has signed a deal with 78 automobile companies for checking fuel consumption, which is currently at 800,000 barrels daily for 12 million vehicles, according to a report. The memoranda of understanding (MoU) is aimed a

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Egypt spent $3bn on fuel subsidies in the first quarter

Egypt spent 22 billion Egyptian pounds($3.08 billion) on fuel subsidies in the first quarter of fiscal year 2014-2015, down 29 per cent from the same quarter a year ago, an oil ministry official said.   As part o

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Nordic cleantech firm develops fuel cell system

The Swedish Energy Agency has granted leading fuel cell technology company PowerCell a contribution of 7 MSEK for the MoRE Zero project, an ERA-NET, to develop a fuel cell system for use as a range extender for electric vehic

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