India, Russia to set out energy vision, Siberian deals eyed


and will strike an partnership when Prime Minister Modi hosts President on Thursday to prepare the way for two Siberian oil deals and chart a route for a first pipeline between the two countries.

But a joint ‘vision’ document is likely to lack hard details, with terms still being thrashed out for ONGC Videsh to acquire an interest in Rosneft’s Vankor and Yurubcheno-Tokhomskoye oilfields, officials and industry sources on both sides say.

There are doubts over the viability of proposed oil and gas pipeline routes that would either cross conflict-ridden Afghanistan and Pakistan – India’s arch enemy – or mountainous tracts of inner China.

Russia, isolated by the West over its annexation of Crimea and backing of an armed uprising in eastern Ukraine, has a friendship with India that dates back to the Soviet era. ( Read more )

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