India should not push its oil market liberalization too far

India should not push its oil market liberalization too far

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, in its pursuit of economic reforms, is looking to remove the entry barriers for foreign companies to sell transportation fuels in India’s lucrative market. This may be a step too far — and possibly even detrimental to the domestic oil refiners and marketers.

India and China cannot rely on US oil as Iran troubles heat up

India and China cannot rely on US oil as Iran troubles heat up

The threat to the Asia’s vital oil supplies from the Middle East has escalated sharply since four oil tankers were sabotaged in the Gulf of Oman on May 13. A second attack on oil vessels in the region in June, the arrest of a British-flagged oil tanker by Iran’s revolutionary guards

India To Outpace China In Increasing Oil Demand, Report Says

India To Outpace China In Increasing Oil Demand, Report Says

India’s demand for crude oil is rising at a pace that will outstrip China’s volume of growth and put the country right behind the U.S. in this measure, a position that will allow the South Asian country to expand its influence in the market for the essential commodity.

Rewiring Indian electricity

Rewiring Indian electricity

India’s electricity industry is in a financial and political tangle. Power producers sit on thousands of megawatts of underutilized plant, while consumers face frequent power cuts, both planned and unplanned.