According to reports, top officials from India and the US are holding a series of meetings here to strengthen collaboration in the energy sector with special focus on mobilising clean and affordable sources for their requirements.
The series of meetings that kicked off Tuesday would with culminate in US-India Energy Dialogue on September 28, to be co-chaired by B.K Chaturvedi, Member, Planning Commission, and Steven Chu, the US Energy Secretary.
The officials hope to mobilise secure, clean, reliable and affordable sources of energy for both countries which, at present, depend heavily on fossil fuels.
The meetings are being held in five different working groups – oil and gas, coal, power and energy efficiency, new technologies and renewable energy and civil nuclear co-operation.
The Working Group meeting on Oil and Gas will discuss, among other issues, promoting bilateral investments in the sector, cooperation in the field of unconventional gas, trade in…
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