Dharmendra Pradhan visits Japan to attend LNG Conferences
KalingaTV News Network
New Delhi: Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan began his three day visit to Japan from today to participate in the 6th annual LNG Producers Consumer Conference.
An official release said, the visit is important to enhance the bilateral engagements in the Oil and Gas sectors within the overall framework of India-Japan Energy Dialogue
It also aims to enhance cooperation in establishing a transparent, efficient, truly global and balanced Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) market. Energy Ministers from Qatar, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Japan and other leading hydrocarbon experts will participate in the Conference.
During the visit, Pradhan will discuss the issues of bilateral engagement in the hydrocarbon sector with his Japanese Counterpart Hiroshige Seko. A Memorandum of Cooperation (MoC) is likely to be signed for establishing a Liquid, Flexible and Global LNG Market between India and Japan.
“At Tokyo train station;on way to Kanto Polytechnic college, Oyama on outskirts of Tokyo by bullet train” Pradhan shared on twitter little while ago.
At Tokyo train station;on way to Kanto Polytechnic college, Oyama on outskirts of Tokyo by bullet train pic.twitter.com/NQtnExlZHY
— Dharmendra Pradhan (@dpradhanbjp) October 16, 2017