Battling a slowing economy, India on Tuesday implored oil cartel OPEC to not undertake deeper crude oil production cuts as it renewed its pitch for reasonable pricing of oil and stability in supplies.
In a meeting with OPEC Secretary-General Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo, Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan also pitched for better commercial terms for crude oil imports including reduction in official selling price, extension of credit period from existing 30 days to 90 days from bill of lading, freight discount and open credit based on creditworthiness of Indian state-run refineries.
“We discussed the present oil availability scenario,” he told reporters here. “Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is now taking cognizance of consumer interest in deciding on its policies.” Read More
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