First-ever Shipment of U.S. Crude Oil to India Could Boost Bilateral Trade

First-ever Shipment of U.S. Crude Oil to India Could Boost Bilateral Trade


On October 02, 2017, when the nation was celebrating the 148th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, a cargo of 1.6 million barrels of U.S. crude oil was received at Paradip port in the Eastern State of Odisha. This marked India’s first import of American crude oil. The successful delivery of…

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India born Tara Malhotra is a senior freelance energy writer with experience of more than two decades. He has worked for many international Oil, Gas and Energy publications. He holds a bachelor degree in Science and Post Graduate Diploma in Journalism and Mass Communication. He has also worked as a news photographer for many international publications. Currently, he lives and works in Sydney, Australia.

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