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11 February 2019 Current Events Prime Minister Modi to inaugurate PETROTECH today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be inaugurating PETROTECH 2019 in Greater Noida today. PETROTECH -2019 is considered as the flagship hydrocarbon conference of India. It is the 13th International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition which will be organised under the Ministry of Petroleum and Gas, Government of India. It will be a three-day mega event which will showcase the developments in the Indian oil and gas sector. Nearly 95 Energy Ministers from partner countries and around 7000 delegates from other countries are expected to be a part of this conference and exhibition. 


Prime Minister Modi to inaugurate PETROTECH today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be inaugurating PETROTECH 2019 in Greater Noida today. PETROTECH -2019 is considered as the flagship hydrocarbon conference of India. It is the 13th International Oil and Gas Conference and Exhibition which will be organised under the Ministry of Petroleum and Gas, Government of India. It will be a three-day mega event which will showcase the developments in the Indian oil and gas sector. Nearly 95 Energy Ministers from partner countries and around 7000 delegates from other countries are expected to be a part of this conference and exhibition. 




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