Oil ministers from key producing and consuming countries and top executives of international oil firms have gathered in New Delhi to debate the way ahead for the energy sector at the 16th International Energy Forum (IEF) Ministerial.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will open the ministerial where speakers would include several oil ministers, including Saudi Arabia’s Khalid Al-Falih, UAE’s Suhail Mohamed Al Mazrouei, Iran’s Bijan Namdar Zangeneh, and Qatar’s Mohammed Bin Saleh Al-Sada.
Ministers and officials from Nigeria, Japan, Russia, China, USA, International Energy Agency, OPEC, CNPC, Total, and Exxon Mobil will also participate in the conference spread over Wednesday and Thursday.
“IEF16 aims to focus on how global shifts, transition policies and new technologies influence market stability and future investment in the energy sector,” an oil ministry statement said. Read More
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