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Eni to Quit India Hydrocarbon Biz – Analyst Blog | TopStockAnalysts ...

Eni SpA plans to depart its oil and gas business in India.
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Govt data convinced US to exempt India from sanctions - Hindustan Times

Moneycontrol.comGovt data convinced US to exempt India from sanctionsHindustan TimesTo conclude that India has "significantly" reduced its oil imports from Iran, the US collected figures from multiple sources, including those from the Indian...
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Africa gas find may fire India’s energy security

Africa gas find may fire India’s energy security | Energy in India | Scoop.it
MUMBAI: Natural gas reserves in Mozambique's oil-rich Rovuma Basin, where Indian companies hold stakes, are expected to rise dramatically with a giant new discovery, catapulting the African nation to (Latest News Africa gas find may fire India’s...
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Identity and Energy Access in India – Setting contexts for Rio+20

Identity and Energy Access in India – Setting contexts for Rio+20 | Energy in India | Scoop.it
by Samir Saran and Vivan Sharan Please find here the original article as pdf file (starting from page 14): TERI Energy Security Insights. In the two decades following the Rio Earth Summit of 1992,...
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China and India Vie for Energy Security

China and India Vie for Energy Security | Energy in India | Scoop.it
The competitive relationship between China and India has become a defining feature of the strategic environment across emerging Asia.
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US says India has reduced oil imports from Iran, won't attract sanctions | NetIndian

US says India has reduced oil imports from Iran, won't attract sanctions | NetIndian | Energy in India | Scoop.it
United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Monday that India and six other economies had significantly reduced their crude oil purchases from Iran and that it would, therefore, not attract sanctions.
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Iran remains an important source of oil for India: S.M. Krishna

Iran remains an important source of oil for India: S.M. Krishna | Energy in India | Scoop.it

Indian Minister for External Affairs, Mr S.M. Krishna has said that unilateral sanctions should not impact its legitimate trade interests with Iran, although the US and EU have proposed imposing sanctions on Iran for following a nuclear policy, media reported on Thursday.

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Revisiting India’s Independence | Foreign Policy Journal

India has economic interdependence with each of the three major powers in varying degrees. But economic integration does not last at the time of crisis. India...
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Energy crisis: Is there a way out?

Scorching summer heat coupled with excruciating 18-20 hours scheduled and unscheduled power outages have brought the protesters onto the streets all across the country.

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Africa gas find may fire India's energy security

Natural gas reserves in Mozambique's oil-rich Rovuma Basin, where Indian companies hold stakes, are expected to rise dramatically with a giant new discovery, catapulting the African nation to the league of the world's top gas exporters and boosting India's energy security, local media reported on Monday.

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Krishna arrives in Washington for India-US Strategic Dialogue

Krishna arrives in Washington for India-US Strategic Dialogue | Energy in India | Scoop.it
External Affairs Minister S M Krishna arrived here to hold the third India-US Strategic Dialogue with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during which the two leaders are expected to discuss a range of bilateral and regional issues including...
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Energy security is worth paying for - Telegraph

Energy security is worth paying for - Telegraph | Energy in India | Scoop.it
Britain must step up its nuclear power programme to meet increased future demand.
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A 12-Step Program for India's Economic Recovery? | Global Spin ...

A 12-Step Program for India's Economic Recovery? | Global Spin ... | Energy in India | Scoop.it
Indian industry leaders gathered on June 4 in Delhi to unveil their solution to India's unfolding fiscal crisis: a 12-step program to economic recovery.
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India's energy security challenges

Blog post: The MEA has a division on energy security created a few years ago with the express purpose of starting energy dialogues with a whole range of countries that would help India explore more and varied sources of energy ...

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Jeff's comment, June 18, 2012 10:29 PM
"Ultimately, India’s energy security challenges are internal - there are serious challenges in “energy governance”, pricing of resources and power tariffs are distorted, which means that power projects dependent on imported coal are finding it impossible to go onstream." interesting perspective
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Daily Maverick - India: The struggle with pipeline geopolitics

Daily Maverick - India: The struggle with pipeline geopolitics | Energy in India | Scoop.it
Writ large across the map of the proposed gas pipeline through Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India pipeline is India’s folly in trusting energy security to a route crossing such hostile territory.
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Discovery at Africa's basin where Videocon & BPCL hold stake may strengthen India's energy security - The Economic Times

Discovery at Africa's basin where Videocon & BPCL hold stake may strengthen India's energy security - The Economic Times | Energy in India | Scoop.it
The new discovery would make the basin's reserves 20 times the size of India's KG-D6 and make Mozambique a major exporter of LNG.
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Security, energy high on talks agenda during PM's visit to Myanmar

Security, energy high on talks agenda during PM's visit to Myanmar | Energy in India | Scoop.it
Manmohan Singh visits Myanmar next week with security and energy coopetation in focus, India said the new political environment in that country moving fast on the path to democracy will help to take bilateral ties to a...
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The Hindu : Opinion / Lead : India is not a global power

The Hindu : Opinion / Lead : India is not a global power | Energy in India | Scoop.it

Is India at least a “regional” power? The most conspicuous example of the exercise of power by India was the operation in 1971 in former East Pakistan. The global powers of yesteryear became such for concrete reasons: control over sources of raw materials including oil and gas and protection of the interests of their corporations, e.g. the case of the United Fruit Company in Guatemala in the 1950s, an American company in which the then CIA director was a shareholder.

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Are We Serious about Our Energy Security? | Economic and Political Weekly

There is an insufficient understanding of the seriousness of India's energy security problem and the impact this is having on the country's development. This has led to various crises in the energy sector, which, in turn, have prompted ad hoc emergency responses that do not address the underlying fundamentals.

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Why India Wants U.S. Gas

Why India Wants U.S. Gas | Energy in India | Scoop.it
Energy-starved India recently asked the U.S. if it was willing to export more liquefied natural gas. But it will be a while before gas from the U.S. could start flowing India’s way.
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India seeks China's support for SCO membership

India Wednesday sought China's support for membership of the six-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), dominated by Beijing and Moscow, and underlined that it will bring many strengths and positives into the grouping.

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Iranian oil, Afghanistan top agenda for U.S.-India talks

Iranian oil, Afghanistan top agenda for U.S.-India talks | Energy in India | Scoop.it
The third U.S.-India strategic dialogue gets under way in Washington this week as the Obama administration considers imposing sanctions on the South Asian nation for importing oil from Iran.
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Business Line : Opinion : Energy security: All talk, no action

Business Line : Opinion : Energy security: All talk, no action | Energy in India | Scoop.it

Curbing energy imports would need more than price tinkering. Rail travel should be prioritised over air and road.

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Fars News Agency :: Indian FM Stresses Continued Energy Imports from Iran

Indian External Affairs Minister S. M. Krishna stressed that Iran remains India's important source for oil irrespective of the US calls for a decrease in crude imports from the Islamic Republic.

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Interesting topic around imports from Iran
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Energy Industry Converges in Austin - Sacramento Bee

Energy Industry Converges in AustinSacramento BeeBy Facility Solutions Group AUSTIN, Texas, June 5, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Facility Solutions Group (FSG), one of the nation's leading Lighting/Electrical/Energy Corporations, announced today a successful...
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