India’s natural gas production in April grew 5.10 per cent to 2,663 Million Standard Cubic Meter (MMSCM) as compared to the corresponding month of the last financial year
India’s natural gas production grew for the first time in six years in 2017-18. Gas output grew 2.35 per cent to 32,649 Million Standard Cubic Meter (MMSCM) primarily due to production from onshore blocks offsetting a decline in production from offshore blocks, an ETEnergyWorld analysis of fresh data from the oil ministry shows.
India’s crude oil production in October remained flat at 3,038 Thousand Metric Tonne (TMT) as compared to the corresponding month a year ago while natural gas output grew 1.95 per cent to 2,755 Million Standard Cubic Meter (MMSCM) in the same month.
Domestic oil and gas companies produced 6.05 per cent more natural gas in June, year-on-year. This could result in lesser import of natural gas during the month as gas demand is directly linked to availability. The country imported 4 per cent less natural gas in June, annually. According to data shared by the Ministry of […]
Natural gas production during June 2017 was 6.05 per cent higher than production during June 2016. According to an official statement from the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, India’s gas production during June 2017 stood at 2,755.48 MMSCM.