India is future of energy demand, Secretary General of Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) Sanusi Mohammad Barkindo said on Sunday.
Talking to media here, Barkindo said that India is the growing end of the global economy and the future of energy demand.
Barkindo is in India to attend the first CERAWEEK India Energy Forum. Earlier, he held a meeting with Union Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan here wherein they discussed the current scenario of oil and gas industry of the world and exchanged notes on the recent developments.
The OPEC Secretary General termed the partnership between OPEC and India as strategic one.
“The OPEC and India engage in ongoing dialogue. The OPEC has established similar dialogue with the European Union, with Russia and other countries. Read More…
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