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Risk Management in Energy Industries of India
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Author(s)
Ankit Tiwari, Assistant Professor, Oriental University Indore, India
KEYWORDS
—Central Electricity Authority (CEA), Ministry of Power (MoP) and Government of Uttaranchal (GoU)
ABSTRACT
Considering the increased complexity of energy projects as companies are entering a new technological era marking the end of "easy oil", there is a growing concern about the real preparedness of companies to deal with the new risks they are facing. The po
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