Argus-ElitePlus++ India Energy Week 2016
WhenMar 08, 2016 09:00 AM to
Mar 10, 2016 05:00 PM
India has emerged as the developing market to watch for the international investor. A new political order recognises the need to secure affordable energy supplies, invest in critically needed infrastructure and embark on energy sector reforms that will encourage investment in new projects. The government has already made an ambitious start to reforms with diesel deregulation, a revision of the domestic gas price and changes to coal allocations. Opportunities abound for sellers of crude and gas into India. India is the second-largest refiner in Asia, after China, and is adding more capacity. Although the Mideast Gulf is likely to remain the major supplier, Indian refiners will diversify crude slates as increased refinery complexity allows them to take heavier crudes, even as they look at competitively-priced light sweet crudes. At this stage, Safar Ali Keramati (Deputy Director for Crude Oil Marketing and Operation) of National Iranian Oil Companies, Timothy Gould (Head of Resources and Investment) of International Energy Agency, Chris Faulkner (Chief Executive Officer) of Breitling Energy USA, Deb Kaushik (Heads of Gas Economics team) of BP, Karan Adani (Executive Director) of Adani and many more has confirmed their speaking. Conference Deliberations:- -Opec versus Shale: Is the Asian Refiner the Winner? -India's SPR: The Impact on Global Crude Markets -Does India Really Need More Refineries? -What drives the Indian Market, Gasoil or Gasoline? -Power Generation Fuels: Maximising India's Opportunities -If not Gas.... India's fast changing Renewables Sector -Spotlight on Solar Energy -India's Upstream: A Foreign Investor's Perspective You will receive comprehensive market information to widen your networking opportunities where new business deals will be generated and bilateral ties will be strengthened.