Hardeep Singh Puri delivers Indian concern over high oil prices to Saudi Arabia, UAE

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Hardeep Singh Puri

India, the third-largest oil consumer in the world, has been submitted to OPEC countries concerned about high oil prices that threaten to have an impact on nascent economic recovery after destructive pandemics.

New oil minister Mr Hardeep Singh Puri has made a phone call to Key OPEC Nations to express consumers’ desire for affordable prices.

After calling his colleagues in Qatar and UAE, he was called the Oil Exporting Country Organization (OPEC) Kingpin Saudi Arabia.

On Thursday, Minister of Petroleum Hardeep Singh Puri called the Oil Exporting Country Organization Kingpin Saudi Arabia to deliver Indian concerns about high oil prices at a high record.

The day after, he spoke with his UAE partner, Mr Puri spoke with Prince Abdul Aziz bin Salman Al Saud, Saudi Arabian Minister of Energy. He said on Saturday, talking with his Qatar partner.

“Saudi Arabia is a midfielder in the international energy market,” he tweeted. “I express my desire to work with his Kingdom Mahtah Prince Abdulaziz to bring a greater and calm predictability in the global oil market, and also to see hydrocarbons becoming more affordable.”

Puri described the discussion with the Saudi Minister as “warm and friendly”.

The discussion focuses on “the strengthening of the partnership and the development of bilateral energy in the global energy market,” he said.

“Highlighting the important role of Saudi Arabia in Indian energy needs that develop rapidly in the coming years. And my really strong desire to work with His Majesty to better diversify our bilateral strategic energy. Partnerships outside the buyer to see a larger two-way investment to see investment two-way direction. ”

Because the fuel price rises to a high record, Mr Puri has begun to play countries that produce oil to impress them because of the need to make affordable prices for consumers.

Mr Puri, who last week called Energy Minister Qatar, on Wednesday called back in UAE, Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber.

OPEC, Russia and several other allies in the production agreement cannot reach an agreement earlier this month on the output quota for August and maybe outside. The hope is that the alliance can agree to increase production by 500,000 to 700,000 barrels per day, but decisions are postponed because the UAE is different at the beginning of the increase in the output.

India is the third-largest raw consumer globally, and OPEC countries such as Saudi Arabia traditionally become the primary source of oil. But OPEC and OPEC + ignore their calls to relieve the sidewalk supply, which has led India to knock more new sources to diversify crude oil imports.

The hope is that the alliance can agree to increase production by 500,000 to 700,000 barrels per day, but decisions are postponed because the UAE is different at the beginning of the increase in the output.

India is the third-largest raw consumer globally, and OPEC countries such as Saudi Arabia traditionally become the primary source of oil. But OPEC and OPEC + ignore their calls to reduce the sidewalk supply, leading India to knock on newer sources to diversify crude oil imports.

As a result, the OPEC section in Indian oil imports has dropped to around 60 per cent in the May from the 74 per cent since the previous month.

Both parties have an instead patched relationship, with Saudi Arabia and UAE supplying critical drugs, oxygen and equipment to help India fight with the second wave of Coronavirus infection.

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