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Indian government seeks energy investors

Delhi is looking to the Mideast for energy investment, oil ministry secretary Tarun Kapoor tells Petroleum Economist

The Indian government is courting Mideast investment in a range of energy sectors as the country faces rapidly rising energy demand and the challenges of meeting climate pledges. Tarun Kapoor, secretary to India’s Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, spoke to Petroleum Economist about the government's plans while attending the Adipec and Dubai Expo conferences in the UAE. “Our first destination was Adipec. We had good interaction with some of the upstream oil companies, service providers and equipment providers. The main aim was to attract investments and companies to India, to see if there are possibilities of collaboration with our government companies. And to see if there are investmen

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