BP wants predictable price regime for natural gas in India
Oil and gas major BP Plc wants a predictable pricing regime for natural gas in India, as this is vital for developing future projects in the country, the head of its Indian unit said.
"Clarity on gas pricing is vital for the development of the "next wave" of projects, which will add production beyond 2015 but for which investment decisions need to be made now," Sashi Mukundan said at an event. read more →
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