Across the oil and gas value chain, the Indian government has been proactive in announcing new policy and regulatory mechanisms to meet India’s energy needs. These reforms have been targeted at increasing domestic production, raising the share of gas in the energy mix, and advancing the quest for new energy sources.
What further reforms are necessary to attract greater investment across the oil and gas value chain?
How quickly can the move to market-based mechanisms (such as for gas pricing) be completed so that India can attract more international investments?
What are some of the planned policy measures to make the energy sector more competitive and less reliant on incentives, subsidies, and mandates?
What steps are necessary to significantly accelerate infrastructure development and project approvals?
Executive Director, Energy Transitions & Clean Tech Consulting
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India
Director General, Directorate General of Hydrocarbons
President, bp India
Senior vice president, bp group
Federation of Indian Petroleum Industry
U.S. Trade & Development Agency
Chief Operating Officer, Head of Agency