India Energy Office opens in Moscow to increase focus in the sector

The bilateral relation in energy sector between India and Russia has reached a new height with the inauguration of India Energy Office (IEO) on 2nd March 2021 at Moscow’s well-known landmark Federation Tower by Mr. Tarun Kapoor, Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Govt. of India in the presence of H.E. Mr. Pavel Sorokin, Hon’ble Deputy Minister of Energy of the Russian Federation and H.E. Mr. D. B. Venkatesh Varma, Ambassador of India to the Russian Federation along with high level delegation from India.

Mr TarunKappor, Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas Inaugurating India Energy office at Moscow in the presence of Indian Ambassador to Russia D. BalaVenkatesh Varma and deputy minister of energy of Russia Pavel Sorokin.

The opening of IEO is a testimony of 5 top PSUs namely, Oil India Limited, ONGC Videsh Ltd., GAIL (India) Limited, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. and Engineers India Limited to scale up present engagements & find new business opportunities.

The opening of IEO is a testimony of 5 top PSUs namely, Oil India Limited, ONGC Videsh Ltd., GAIL (India) Limited, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. and Engineers India Limited to scale up present engagements & find new business opportunities.

The high level delegation is discussing about realization of ‘Energy Bridge’ between the two countries.

The key objective of IEO is to make all out efforts for finding new business opportunities, capacity building & enhancement, tie up for new technologies for skill development, import & export of petroleum product and services.