New Delhi: Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (Bhel), India’s biggest power-equipment maker, won a Rs375 crore order from Oman as rising crude oil prices spur a revival of projects in the West Asian nation.
Two gas turbines, each with a capacity of 126MW, will be supplied to Petroleum Development Oman for a power project at Amal, Bhel said in an emailed statement. Bhel has secured 14 contracts, including seven power projects, in Oman in the past 14 years.
Delhi airport: ARI-IDFS to run duty-free shops
New Delhi: Delhi International Airport Pvt. Ltd (DIAL), which runs Indira Gandhi International Airport in the Capital, has awarded a 15-year contract to an Aer Rianta International (ARI) and Indian Duty Free Services Pvt. Ltd (IDFS) consortium for developing, operating and managing duty-free shops at the country’s largest upcoming passenger terminal through a joint venture, the firm said in a statement.
The new integrated passenger terminal at Delhi is likely to be functional next year. “This relationship would allow for a greater synergy between DIAL and ARI / IDFS as both airport operators have in depth understanding of passengers’ needs as well as the airport environment,” DIAL, which will hold 49.9% in the venture, said in a statement released on Wednesday.