NEW DELHI, January 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Wildcat Publishing Inc. has launched its inaugural book on India - The Oil & Gas Year, India 2010 - a comprehensive and authoritative guide to the country's energy industry. In partnership with the Petroleum Federation of India (PETROFED) and benefiting from the assistance of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, the book was produced by a team of international journalists based in the country for more than 3 months and officially launched during Petrotech 2010, in the presence of S. Sundareshan, Secretary of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, and R.S Sharma, Chairman and Managing Director of the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC). To preview and order the book, visit: http://shop.wildcatpublishing.com/togy-books/india-2010.html
The Oil & Gas Year, India 2010 draws together interviews, articles and resources dedicated to every segment of the country's energy industry, including exploration and production, downstream and refining, oilfield services and banking and finance. It highlights the path of India's energy industry at a time of fast development, marked by success at home and recognised international expansion. The 197-page book showcases the views and opinions of the industry's most influential figures, including S. Sundareshan, Secretary of the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Jitin Prasada, Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas, Vikram Singh Mehta, Chairman Shell India, B.M. Bansal, Chairman, IndianOil, P.M.S Prasad, Executive Director, Reliance Industries, N.M Borah, Chairman and Managing Director of Oil India.
"This book comes at a turning point for the Indian energy sector," said Gilles Valentin, Editorial Director of The Oil & Gas Year. "The country has developed its cutting edge know-how, domestic production and global reach all in parallel and in a very spectacular manner. This shows the ample potential for more success ahead."
The Oil & Gas Year, India 2010 gives in-depth coverage on India's aggressive push to reduce its dependency on hydrocarbons imports. The country's offshore upstream successes, thanks to its New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP) and the push to develop alternative sources of energy, from unconventional gas to renewable and nuclear energy are covered and explained in The Oil & Gas Year India 2010. In total, the editorial team met with nearly 100 individuals and companies featured in the book. With 197 pages of interviews, viewpoints, articles, maps, companies and project highlights, investors spotlights and other key resources, this is the most complete and up-to date book ever published on the Indian oil & gas sector.
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