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From the Fields to the Factory: What’s Powering India’s Future?

India is poised for enormous growth. This means it needs more reliable energy to power its development.

But the country is also trying to balance its growing energy demand with the need to lower emission levels.

Which is why India has turned to natural gas in a big way. Natural gas is one of the energy sources that can fuel India’s development while helping to reduce emissions and cleaning the air.

ExxonMobil’s Tejas Tayshete explains the many ways in which natural gas is helping India grow and improving living standards for Indians, now and into the future.

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India has rising energy demands and that’s going to lead to rising emissions, but I believe with the right technology we can overcome that challenge

And that is only going to be possible through a mix of energy sources to progress India to the next level, and gas is one of the key elements of this mix

It’s going to be a mammoth task but that’s where we have the opportunity to play a very important role with gas

Different industries have different usages of natural gas in India, fertilisers is a big industry

Natural gas is used as a feedstock for ammonia which is used to produce fertilisers

Many other industries use natural gas for their boilers for heat and steam and other purposes within the industrial segment

It’s making industry realise the power of natural gas

Gas is helping India achieve its emission goals.

I think everyone deserves access to cleaner energy

Energy is a right not a privilege

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