Tag Archives: India

Week in Review – March 20-26

By Timothy Abraham. This week’s review looks at the situation in exploration and production under low oil prices; developments in the Middle East; coal power updates from China and India.

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BRICS Summit in Goa: Rosneft Acquires New Assets

by Elisabeth Nguebana Photo: Rosneft President, Igor Sechin, and Essar Chairman, Shashi Ruia, both gain as the Russian company gains Indian retail customers and Essar gets to pare debt. File photo: R.V. Moorthy Rosneft, the Russian energy giant, has its eyes on the Indian oil products market. To increase its presence in the Indian market, the company […]

Week in Review October 10 – October 16

Kelsey Zimmerman, Daniel Tsvetanov, Alberto Perego, Elisabeth Nguebana, Glenda Pavon, Bogdan Polishchuk, Alexander Geysman Turkish Stream to Move Ahead During his official visit to Turkey, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin announced a revival of the Turkish Stream pipeline project. The new pipeline would run under the Black Sea to Turkey before continuing onwards to Greece. Thus, […]

India’s Supply Dilemmas: IPI, MEIDP, TAPI

by Pierre Jouvellier National energy mixes for many countries in the world are currently changing from coal to natural gas. It is not surprising to see new emerging markets like India, China and South Africa for natural gas. Indeed, even if coal remains the less expensive fossil fuel for electricity generation, countries are more attracted by […]

Week in Review – March 21 – 28

by Lina Nagell and Zachary Waller Photo by Jerry Mathes II New Exports for Russia, Low ruble entices import of Russian goods.  Deputy PM Says Russian Economy Adjusting to Low Oil Prices, Weak Ruble Will Help Stabilize It  Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich said Wednesday that Russia’s economy is adjusting to low oil prices […]

The Week in Review (Feb 8 – 14)

The Monitoring Team: Michael Roh, Pierre Jouvellier  India is Looking for More LNG, Australia is Ready to Flood the Market Due to cheap LNG prices, India will increase its imports from Australia under long-term contracts. The aim of these agreements is to take the control of the gas value chain and to take advantage of […]