26 September 2022

Search Results for Tag : ethanol

Notifications & Circulars

Exemption of 20% ethanol blended petrol that is a blend(01.02.2021)

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 5A of the Central Excise Act, 1944 (1 of 1944), read with section 112 of the Finance.....

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NGT Seeks Centre’s Clarification on Illegal Distilleries(14.12.2016)

National Green Tribunal has directed Centre to clarify its stand on distilleries and sugar mills in Uttar Pradesh manufacturing, storing and transport.....

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Applicability of Central Excise exemption on Ethanol/ Methanol blended Petrol, and high-speed diesel blended with bio-diesel, when blending is done within the refinery(22.06.2021)

1. References have been received seeking clarification on applicability of exemption from Basic Excise duty and other cesses, under different notifica.....

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Cabinet approves mechanism for procurement of ethanol by Public Sector Oil Marketing Companies under Ethanol Blended Petrol programme(10.11.2021)

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs chaired by Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval for fixing higher ethanol price derive.....

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CBIC Notifies Nil Excise Duty Rate for Ethanol Blended Petrol(06.07.2022)

Central Board of Indirect taxes and Customs (CBIC) has notified nil central excise duty rate for the products ethanol-blended petrol.

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NGT Issues Contempt Notice against UP Govt. over Ethanol Production(14.09.2016)

National Green Tribunal (NGT) has issued contempt notices to Uttar Pradesh Government and other authorities on a plea seeking action against illegal m.....

Tags : National Green Tribunal, Uttar Pradesh Government, sugar mills , Ethanol Production


Gujarat HC: Methanol is By-Product of Chemical Reaction; No Excise Duty to Pay(12.05.2022)

Gujarat High Court has ruled that methanol is not excisable as it is a result of a chemical reaction and not as a result of any by-product.

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