Venezuela’s oil minister Manuel Quevedo on Monday made a surprise appearance at an ongoing industry conference in Delhi’s outskirts, offering India a barter deal to keep its oil flowing as the strife-torn country battles hyper-inflation caused by collapsing crude prices and US sanctions.
Quevedo was originally not confirmed as attending Petrotech 2019, the bi-annual conference to showcase India’s prowess in the hydrocarbons sector. But the career military officer, who also heads Venezuela’s national oil company PdVSA, came by to meet his Indian counterpart Dharmendra Pradhan on the sidelines of the conference.
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