(EnergyAsia, January 23, Wednesday) — Indian state upstream company ONGC has blamed enforced subsidies for dragging down its October-December quarterly net profits by 6.4% to Rs43.67 billion. (US$1=Rs40). Indian oil companies sell their oil products to domestic consumers at a loss as the government has refused their requests to raise prices to align them with…

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