Make-in-India’s Oil & Gas Journey

India is poised to translate the ‘make in India’ vision into a reality. The initiative has the potential to boost India’s oil and gas sector significantly, more so because growth in this sector will accelerate overall economic growth of the country.

Exclusivity in CGD Network and Competition Concerns

City Gas Distribution (“CGD”) networks and pipelines for carrying natural gas and petroleum are essential facilities.The CGD network developer enjoys natural monopoly due to the cost of creating CGD network/ pipelines, usage, availability of space and various factors.

India’s Marginal Fields: Land Of The Brave?

The World’s production of hydrocarbons has for a long time been held at stake, due to the marginalisation of fields. Marginal fields, by definition are fields that, at a given point in time, were not considered viable for production, due to numerous factors such as geological, geographical, technological, legislative, and political to economical.

Oilasia Glimpse


Mr Subodh Kumar Jain

Chairman, SAGE/ Part of Siddhomal Group

Bhaskar Patel

Managing Director, Technip India (a subsidiary of TechnipFMC Group)

Shyam Warilani


Managing Director, Rajasthan State Gas Limited (RSGL)

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision to reduce the country’s crude imports through higher domestic oil & gas production is indeed expected to revive investors’ interest in the nation’s exploration and production sector. We believe ‘Make in India’ campaign will promote international and domestic companies manufacturing in India, also involves the oil and gas sector and is likely to lead to increased investments in shipyards and other fabrication facilities over the next few years.

- Mr Bhaskar Patel, Managing Director, Technip India

Feature Articles

Corrosion is one of the most common, costly and widespread industrial problems in today’s modern world.

Dr. G. H. Thanki

Director and Principal Consultant, Corrosion Control & Monitoring Consultancy, India
The country has further set a goal of having 40 percent of its installed electric capacity.

Mr Jeevan Kumar Jethani

Principal Scientific Officer, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, MNRE
An effective cost reduction program must first begin with cost incurring areas, which may be hidden between layers of cap-ex and op-ex costs.

Alok Raj Gupta

Environmental and Energy Economist


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