India keeps domestic natural gas price unchanged at $1.79 per mmBtu for Apr-Sep
Gas comprises about 6.2% of India’s primary energy mix, far behind the global average of 24%. The Centre plans to increase this to 15% by 2030. India’s gas demand is expected to be driven by fertilizer, power, city gas distribution, and steel sectors
NEW DELHI: India has kept domestic natural gas prices unchanged at $1.79 per million British thermal units (mmBtu) for the first six months of the current financial year, under the domestic gas price regime introduced in 2014.