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Bribes fire gas stoves

Consumers who have been using illegal connections say that illegal gas connections were obtained in exchange for bribes from a section of Titas officials and employees, contractors and some local ...

Titas Gas Transmission and Distribution Company raises emergency balance ceiling for prepaid household consumers

India shocked at loss of lives in mosque accident

India has expressed deep shock at the loss of lives and injuries sustained due to a recent accident at a mosque in Narayanganj

Debris inside the Baitus Salat Jam-e-Masjid in Paschim Talla area in Narayanganj on 5 September 2020

Blast at Narayanganj mosque: Everything burnt, gas connection turned off

Samanta Lal Sen, consultant physician at the burn institute, on Saturday morning told newspersons that most of the victims sustained 60-70 per cent burn injuries

Debris inside the Baitus Salam Jam-e-Masjid in Paschim Talla area in Narayanganj on 5 September 2020

Vitol set to supply Bangladesh’s first spot LNG

State-run Rupantarita Prakritik Gas Company, which last month invited offers from 14 shortlisted companies, sought 138,000 cubic meters of lean LNG for delivery from 30 September to 8 October

A liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker is tugged towards a thermal power station in Futtsu, east of Tokyo, Japan on 13 November 2017

Gas supply to remain suspended at Jurain for 6 hours

Gas supply will remain shut from 12:00pm to 6:00pm at different points of Zurain in Dhaka for relocation of gas pipeline

Gas supply to remain suspended at Jurain for 6 hours

Erdogan announces biggest Turkish gas find in Black Sea

If the gas can be commercially extracted, the discovery could transform Turkey's dependence on Russia, Iran and Azerbaijan for energy imports. Erdogan said his country was determined ultimately to ...

Turkey's president Tayyip Erdogan addresses the nation in Istanbul, Turkey, on 21 August 2020

Seven more areas in Dhaka set to get prepaid gas metres

According to official sources, a revised development project profile (RDPP) was sent by the Titas Gas to the Planning Commission through Energy and Mineral Resources Division.

Seven more areas in Dhaka set to get prepaid gas metres

Global methane emissions rising due to oil, gas and agriculture

US oil and gas drilling along with agricultural production worldwide are driving up global emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, two new studies show.

Global methane emissions rising due to oil, gas and agriculture

Interview

Govt's energy policy is suicidal: M Shamsul Alam

The main obstacle to the development of the country’s power sector is weak planning and policies, says energy expert M Shamsul Alam

Professor M Shamsul Alam

3 dead, over 1000 fall ill after chemical plant gas leak in India

At least three persons, including a minor, were reported dead in an alleged gas leak in a chemical unit in India in the early hours of Thursday. They died while undergoing treatment in a local ...

3 dead, over 1000 fall ill after chemical plant gas leak in India
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