IEF: Executive Interview with Dr. SSV Ramakumar
Dr. SSV Ramakumar, Director of Research & Development at Indian Oil Corporation, shares the latest innovations in hydrogen, ethanol, and lubricants that the company is developing to decarbonize India’s fuel products mix.
In Executive Interviews
Play video IEF: Executive Interview with Monil Khatri
IEF: Executive Interview with Monil Khatri
(2021) National investment promotion agency Invest India explores the landscape that is supporting domestic innovation in energy and the partnerships that are bringing ideas to market.
Play video IEF: Executive Interview with Vartika Shukla
IEF: Executive Interview with Vartika Shukla
(2021) Vartika Shukla reflects on her trajectory to become the first female chair & managing director of India’s leading engineering consultancy. She shares her vision for the company & the projects needed in support of India’s energy transition.
Play video IEF: Executive Interview with Shri Sunil Kumar
IEF: Executive Interview with Shri Sunil Kumar
(2021) Shri Sunil Kumar examines India’s unique energy transition. The country is realizing its cleantech potential but will continue to need conventional energy long-term for economic development, affordability, and energy security.
Play video IEF: Executive Interview with Prachur Sah
IEF: Executive Interview with Prachur Sah
(2021) Amid sharply rising global commodity prices, India remains hugely reliant on energy imports. The CEO of India’s largest private oil & gas producer discusses the upstream outlook and the policies to support greater domestic production.
Play video IEF: Executive Interview with Davide Cirelli
IEF: Executive Interview with Davide Cirelli
(2021) Snam country manager and India CEO Davide Cirelli explains how is Snam leveraging its global footprint to develop hydrogen infrastructure in India and and India’s positioning in the new geoeconomics of hydrogen.
Play video IEF: Executive Interview with Dr. Desikan Sundararajan
IEF: Executive Interview with Dr. Desikan Sundararajan
(2021) Massive energy demand growth in the coming decades makes India a focal point for international producers of all fuel types. Equinor explains the scale of that growth and its opportunities for a diverse and cohesive domestic energy mix.