MUMBAI – India has joined the great Central Asian Caspian hunt for crude oil and liquefied natural gas (LNG). In a significant move, the country is exploring ways to create independent energy corridors from five landlocked, oil-rich nations bordering the Caspian Sea in order to establish sources other than the Middle East. The Caspian area produces a high-quality light crude, but has suffered in the past from difficulties in transporting energy reserves to markets outside the landlocked ...

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