Saudi Aramco hat angekündigt, sich am indischen Konzern Reliance Industries beteiligen zu wollen. Der Deal zur Übernahmen von 20 % am Raffinerie- und Petrochemiegeschäft des indischen Platzhirsches hat ein Gesamtvolumen von etwa 68 Milliarden Euro.
Saudi Aramco and Reliance Industries Ltd have entered into a non-binding Letter of Intent and the deal is expected to possess an enterprise value of 75 billion dollars. The transaction is claimed to be one of the largest foreign investments in India.
Reliance and BP have entered into a new JV in order to meet India’s fast-growing demand for energy and mobility. Together, the companies aim at increasing RIL’s current fuel retailing network of over 1,400 sites across India to 5,500 sites over the next five years.
Reliance Jio Digital Services has recently signed a deal with Haptik Infotech, one of India’s leading conversational AI platform. Under the deal, Reliance will hold an 87 % stake in the company and the rest will be held by Haptik founders and employees.
The project is the second phase of the integrated KG D6 development. With an aim to bring new gas production for India, the companies are developing the Block’s discovered deep-water gas fields in a series of projects.
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) and BP announced that they are moving forward to develop already-discovered deepwater gas fields, bringing new gas production for India. The two companies have agreed to deepen and expand their partnership to work jointly across a wide range of areas throughout India’s energy sector.