Saudi Aramco eyes presence in India’s entire energy sector, says CEO Amin Nasser

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Mumbai | Published: June 25, 2018 2:26:46 PM

Saudi Arabian state-owned oil company Saudi Aramco wants to be present in the entire "value chain" of India's energy sector, its Chief Executive Officer Amin Nasser said on Monday in New Delhi.

Saudi Aramco, petrolium sector, petrolium industry, economy, indiaAramco and UAE’s Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, commonly known as ADNOC, signed a deal on Monday which allows ADNOC to partner in the 1.2 million barrels crude oil refinery proposed in Western India.

Saudi Arabian state-owned oil company Saudi Aramco wants to be present in the entire “value chain” of India’s energy sector, its Chief Executive Officer Amin Nasser said on Monday in New Delhi. The company did not spell out specifics of the plan but indicated that fuel marketing is one of them. The company is looking at “all options” to enter fuel retailing through partnerships with Indian oil companies, Nasser said.

Aramco and UAE’s Abu Dhabi National Oil Company, commonly known as ADNOC, signed a deal on Monday which allows ADNOC to partner in the 1.2 million barrels crude oil refinery proposed in Western India.

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