Indian media said Vietnam to extend the contract with India in the disputed area in the South China Sea oil production
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[Globe special correspondent in Vietnam Huangmeng Zhe Wang Xiaoxiong] Press Trust of India reported on the 15th, said to maintain the presence of India in the South China Sea, Vietnam decided to extend the an important oil field in South China Sea with the Indian oil and gas company in the mining contract. Indian oil and gas company had told the Vietnamese government said the poor condition of the seabed, for commercial reasons, it plans to exit 128 oil block exploration. Reported that the No. 128 with the China National Offshore Oil Corporation announced late last month that overlap the region to an international tender. The authenticity of the message has not been confirmed. According to the “Global Times” reporter has learned that the Vietnamese authorities and the media recently did not send a message.
reported that the Vietnamese government, a senior official told visiting Indian reporters his party said the Vietnamese government will soon officially announced the extension of the oil and gas company in India 128 oil blocks in the South China Sea oil exploration contract. , The Indian oil and gas company announced that the No. 128 block of sea-bed is hard, poor mining conditions, the company intends to seek the Government of India, asked to be allowed to abandon the exploitation of the region. India’s Ministry of Oil to support the company’s decision, but the Department of State against China against India’s involvement in the South China Sea compromise. Press Trust of India quoted unnamed official sources as saying that the failure to start drilling in the provisions of the Vietnamese government before the deadline, the Indian oil and gas companies would rather pay the fines have to exit the block on the 15th. Three years ago, the Indian oil and gas company in No. 127 blocks do not have much oil and gas resources will be returned to Vietnam. But the company now says that, if Vietnam is to renew the contract, it will reconsider whether to exit No. 128 blocks.
reported that China has been against more Nanla foreign companies in the disputed areas in the South China Sea oil and gas resources investigation, and against the Indian Oil Corporation signed the so-called cooperation with the Vietnamese Government mining contract. But India does not have ignored China’s opposition, in October last year signed an agreement with Vietnam to expand the exploitation of oil and gas resources in the South China Sea region. “Hindustan Times” on the 15th Earlier this month, the deadlock in the South China Sea further intensified, China’s state-owned CNOOC launched an international tender in nine blocks in the South China Sea, to invite foreign companies to join and lead to Hanoi to protest. According to sources, Indian Oil Corporation signed a contract with Vietnam No. 128, part of the block also appeared within the range of CNOOC bidding. At present, the Vietnamese Government and the Vietnam Petroleum has been the issue to the Government of India, insist that Indian companies can not exit the block.
India recently to intervene in the affairs of the South China Sea and the ASEAN frequently. ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting held in Cambodia last week, Indian Foreign Minister Krishna claims must be guaranteed free access to the free navigation of the South China Sea area and resources, it is also about India’s national interests. The Indian media, Krishna’s remarks on the objections of the South China Sea hegemony.
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