Indian coalbed methane explorer Prabha Energy has won a US Trade & Development Agency grant to carry out a feasibility study pertaining to developing CBM resources in India.
Prabha has selected Virginia based Advanced Resources International to carry out the feasibility study, USTDA said September 12. Work on the feasibility study is expected to begin this year.
USTDA is excited to support Prabha Energy as it looks to develop an untapped energy resource; said its regional director for south and southeast Asia, Henry Steingass. As India develops its CBM resources, US companies can provide the equipment and expertise to help India unlock CBM’s Potential. Read More…
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