Prime Minister Narendra Modi fulfilled CEOs in the energy industry on the first day of the week-long US trip here on Saturday.
“Further energising India-USA friendship. One of the very first agendas of PM @narendramodi in Houston is a meeting with CEOs in the energy industry. India and USA want to diversify cooperation in this industry,” that the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) stated in a tweet.
Additionally, it published a few photos from the assembly, which was attended by the chief executive officers (CEOs) of several leading oil firms located in the USA.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a”fruitful” meeting with CEOs in the energy industry on the first day of the inaugural US trip, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) said.
It added that the meeting focussed on working collectively for energy safety and also expanding mutual investment opportunities between India and the USA.
“Getting straight to company. PM @narendramodi only concluded a profitable interaction with high energy industry CEOs in a Roundtable meeting in #Houston. Discussion focussed on working collectively for energy safety and expanding mutual investment opportunities between India & US,” MEA Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar stated in a tweet.
On the sidelines of Prime Minister Modi’s assembly energy industry CEO’s at Houston, Tellurian and Petronet signal MOUs for up to five million tonnes of LNG through equity investment in Driftwood.
The prime minister is scheduled to tackle over 50,000 Indian-Americans in the”Howdy, Modi” event on Sunday, where he is going to be joined by US President Donald Trump.