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Energy majors and leaders coming to India to talk about energy

Staff Writer |
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address heads of global and domestic energy majors next week — including BP Plc, Saudi Aramco, Exxon Mobil and Reliance Industries - at a time when international crude oil prices are causing a concern.

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Modi will address the India Energy Forum by CERAWeek, to be held in New Delhi from Sunday to Tuesday.

The forum will convene an international group of speakers and delegates as well as a community of more than 500 delegates from Indian and regional energy companies, energy-related industries, institutions and governments.

Among the global leaders who will be part of the meet are BP Plc. chief executive Bob Dudley, Royal Dutch Shell's Ben Van Beurden, ExxonMobil's Darren Woods, Reliance Industries Ltd Chairman Mukesh Ambani and Vedanta Resources head Anil Agarwal.

International leaders like Khalid Al-Falih, Saudi Arabia's minister of energy, industry and mineral resources; Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo, secretary general of Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries, Mark Menezes, US energy undersecretary; Patrick Pouyanne, TOTAL CEO; and Sultan Al Jaber, Abu Dhabi National Oil Company CEO will also attend the meet.

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