Mexico and India will work together to increase the energetic sector

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Pradhan added that his county maintains a compromise with the Mexican government to working together for the growth of the energetic sector.

 

The Mexican secretary of Energy and the minister of energy from India celebrated a meeting to talk about stategies to increase the cooperation on the energetic field.

 

Mexico City, May 21, 2015. – The minister of Natural Gas and Oil from India, Dhramendra Pradhan met the Mexican Energy secretary Pedro Joaquín Coldwell (Sener), on the meeting both specialists made public the intention from the South Asian country to invest in México and establish trade alliances on the energetic sector, one of these projects is without a doubt the Ronda Uno process that include at least 26 tendering process on their third stage to award the contract of exploitation from 26 oil field in the Gulf of México.

Pedro Joaquín Coldwell announced that the trade alliance includes investments on the refining process, the construction of gas pipelines and the creation of specialized infrastructure for the Natural Gas business in México, also announced the entrance of a private company on the Mexican electric energy sector that could provide Mexican consumers a new option to choose.

The minister Pradhan added that his county maintains a compromise with the Mexican government to working together for the growth of the energetic sector in both countries and also exchange experiences through their technological, exploration and production techniques.

Pedro Joaquín Coldwell said that México will accept any technological contribution for increase the energetic sector in our country like the Indian projects of gas storage and transport suggested by the minister Pradhan.

Finally Dhramendra Pradhan added that the main goal of the meeting was the growth of the relationship between India and México on the energetic field and strengthens the business links and the cooperation strategies on both countries.

At the meeting also assisted Lourdes Melgar Palacios, assistant secretary of energy in Mexico, César Hernandez Ochoa, assistant secretary of electricity and Alejandro Amerena Carswell, manager of International Issues from Sener.

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