Indian oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan is expected to finalise an agreement with Japan to cooperate in jointly developing & a liquid, flexible and global LNG market” during his current tour of the country.
Gas demand could grow rapidly in Asia as it becomes cheaper, with the generally-shared view that until 2024 there will be more sellers than buyers, delegates heard at the CWC LNG conference in Singapore September 20-21.
Indian coalbed methane explorer Prabha Energy has won a US Trade & Development Agency grant to carry out a feasibility study pertaining to developing CBM resources in India.
Indian oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan attended the ground breaking ceremony of the Dhamra LNG terminal in the eastern Indian state of Odhisa July 8.
India’s oldest coalbed methane producer Great Eastern Energy Corporation (GEECL) plans to invest $1bn in the next five years to further tap into the unconventional energy resources of India, the UK-listed company’s CEO Prashant Modi said in a statement July 5.
Indian oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan June 28 launched the National Data Repository (NDR) and Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP), a database of sedimentary basins that will allow parties to bid for an area without waiting for formal bidding.
The US will soon sign long term contracts with India to supply LNG, president Donald Trump said from the White House June 26.
The Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, together with NITI Aayog and the Confederation of Indian Industry
India and Bangladesh are discussing how a gas pipeline that would link their two countries to Myanmar might be financed.“We are working towards getting a gas pipeline between the two countries,” foreign ministry official Sripriya Ranganathan said at the International Conference on India-Bangladesh Multi-Sectoral Cooperation in Delhi, the New Indian Express reported January 23
India and Japan should co-operate on long term contracts for LNG with a defined cost of energy which would provide