Can India’s G20 Presidency Facilitate Global Energy Transition?
By Manish Vaid
India is increasingly serving as a model for countries worldwide by demonstrating how economic development and environmental conservation can be complementary.
Indian Oil Company Found Drilling in Eco-sensitive Zone Without Mandatory Clearances
A fire at the Baghjan natural gas well in Assam once again brings to fore the recklessness of India’s state-owned companies.
A Pipeline as Lifeline: The Environmental Benefits of TAPI
By Corissa Steiner
TAPI would provide an alternative to increased coal use in India and Pakistan.
The India-Russia-US Energy Triangle
By Saurav Jha
The United States and Russia are competing for India’s favor – and its energy market.
India's Power Struggle and Solar Epiphany
By Radhika Lalit
Can India meets its ambitious target of 100 GW of solar energy?
A Fillip for the TAPI Pipeline
By Micha'el Tanchum
In the run-up to the groundbreaking ceremony the troubled pipeline has enjoyed a financial and geopolitical boost
A Perplexing Signal on Iran’s South Asia Energy Policy
By Micha'el Tanchum
One of Iran’s senior diplomats makes a curious comment on the future of Iranian gas deliveries to the Subcontinent.
India’s Solar Dream: Resolving the ‘Land’ Conundrum
By Dhanasree Jayaram
The Modi government has announced some impressive plans, but it will need to find the land to accommodate them.
Narendra Modi's Agenda in Central Asia: Energy, Terrorism, and China
By Catherine Putz
The Indian Prime Minister is making his first regional visit, with counterterrorism and energy at the top of the agenda.
India’s Missed Iran Opportunity
By Kabir Taneja
The Iranian port of Chabahar remains an elusive dream of Indian strategic policy.
To Make in India, Look East
By Nilanjan Banik
Southeast Asia offers enormous potential for Indian companies.
India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia
By Richard Wallace
Modi has an opportunity to make inroads into the energy-rich region, but will need some clever diplomacy.