Important Voices at Petrotech 2016

Important Voices at Petrotech 2016

Important Voices at Petrotech 2016-

1. I dream of a day, perhaps during my lifetime, when 25% of India’s transport fuel requirement shall be met from CNG & LNG sources. @dpradhanbjp

2. India’s 150 MT of surplus biomass can generate upto 30 bn Lt of Ethanol, reducing our import dependence to 45% – Sandeep Poundrik, JS, MoP&NG

3. India has plans to roll out 100GW of solar & wind energy capacity. The future is clearly solar-Francis O’Sullivan, Director of Research, MIT

4. Within the country, an active effort is being made to replace fossil fuels with natural ones
A.P. Sawhney, Addl. Secretary, @PetroleumMin

5. I’m hopeful India will take lead in the natural gas sector, with all its investments in the field – @MaryHemmingsen, Global head LNG, @KPMG

6. There is lot to done in the gas section to bring it to the door steps of common man: Rajeev mathur, MD, Mahanagar Gas Limited

7. Supply wise,oil is flattening;natural gas is growing but renewables will contribute towards greatest growth – Namit Sharma, Principal, McKinsey.

8. #LNG and #gas have a long way to go. There are challenges because of which new #businessmodels are emerging: @MaryHemmingsen

9. Despite being available in abundance, we’ve not utilized full potential of natural gas
Richard F. Guerrant, VP LNG, @exxonmobil

10. Though it is clear that coal is cheap, but price paid in terms of health & pollution is unacceptable
Hamad Mubarak Al Muhanndi, CEO, RasGas

11.  We are looking for pan India coverage of Natural Gas, a new vertical that we need to focus on – Prabhat Singh, CEO & MD, Petronet LNG

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12. Natural Gas shouldn’t compete with alternate energy, it should be a part of the future mix – Tom Albanes, CEO, Vedanta Resources at #PETROTECH2016

13. James Rockall, CEO and MD, World LPG Association, France talks about Natural Gas as the fuel of future at #PETROTECH2016 @james_rockall

14. Along with CNG, Small-scale LNG looks promising in natural gas market. We are making efforts to promote small scale LNG in India. @dpradhanbjp

15.  Switching 1% of power generation from coal to gas would cut global CO2 emissions as much as increasing renewable energy capacity by 11%. @dpradhanbjp

16.  Considering the implicit cost of emissions, land disturbances, health impact & climate damage, gas based power is 15% cheaper than coal. @dpradhanbjp

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