French oil and gas company Total SA plans to invest in expanding LPG infrastructure in India, including boosting storage capacity, import terminals and distribution network, its CEO Patrick Pouyanne said today.
The firm sells lubricants and LPG in India. It had in 1998 commissioned a fully integrated LPG import terminal at Mangalore. It also has a minority stake in LNG import terminal at Hazira in Gujarat.
Pouyanne, who met Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, said India’s growing energy market, especially LPG, LNG and renewables, were attractive for investments for Total.
“Met the Chairman & CEO, @Total S.A., Mr.Patrick Pouyanne and his team. Assured to extend all possible support,” Pradhan tweeted. Read More…
Credit By: ET Energy World
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