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India Aims to be Green Hydrogen Hub

India has unveiled the first part of a drive to attempt to turn the world’s third-largest emitter of greenhouse gases into a “hub” for green hydrogen. Green hydrogen is produced using non-fossil fuel power and is then used in carbon-heavy industrial processes like making steel and concrete, and for transportation. …

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India’s Covid Crisis Threatens a Global Oil Recovery

India, the world’s third-largest oil consumer behind the US and China, was meant to be a major driver of oil’s demand recovery as economies reopened. But the country’s devastating health crisis has made that impossible. Everyone from oil traders to the world’s biggest producers are panicking. Indian Prime Minister Narendra …

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India will Drive Global Energy Demand

With the pandemic pummelling global demand, India will drive the energy consumption in the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday as he pitched for global oil and gas suppliers to adopt responsible pricing and move towards transparent and flexible markets. Speaking at the 4th India Energy Forum by …

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