A day after Washington threatened to impose further economic sanctions against Iran, India once again reiterated that it will continue to import Iranian crude oil to fulfill the country’s energy needs.
India Ports Global Limited has taken over operations at the Shaheed Behesti port at Chabahar, India’s Ministry of External Affairs said after the first meeting of the follow-up committee for implementation of the trilateral Chabahar
Iranian officials say OPEC’s recent decision to cut output will reflect positively on the Islamic Republic’s economy, as Tehran is still hoping to maintain some of its oil exports despite stringent US sanctions.
The proposed site of the Ratnagiri Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd in the Konkan region falls in the ecologically sensitive area. Farmers have launched a massive protest against land acquisition for the project claiming
Indian Railways is planning to install aircraft-like pressurized railway coaches for the railway tracks in Leh during its impending expansion.
Ahead of the new wave of anti-Iranian sanctions, bound to come in force in November and impact the Islamic Republic’s oil exports, the Israeli outlet Maco has reported about an alleged secret agreement between Moscow
Tehran has found new partners ready to buy Iranian crude oil in spite of the impending reinstatement of US energy sanctions next month, Vice-President Eshaq Jahangiri said, according to the IRIB broadcaster.
Russia is ready to consider cooperation with India in a number of energy projects, including Far East LNG and Arctic LNG 2, as well as projects on natural resources development in Russia’s Siberia, Yamal and continental shelf, Russian President Putin said on Friday.
Russian Railways and India plan to create a joint rail freight operator for boosting traffic of goods from India to Europe through Russia, the Russian company’s First Deputy CEO, Alexander Misharin, said on Friday.
India will make a strong pitch in favor of its relations with Iran during the first Indo-US 2+2 dialogue beginning Thursday, a government source said.