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Complexities of energy security

For decades now, India has considered oil to be its swing fuel that it could easily import in times of shortages and cut back on those imports when superfluous. This strategy worked reasonably well till the time the prices remained reasonably stable and within a given range. The extreme volatility and sky-rocketing prices, as witnessed over the past several months, has exposed the folly of such an approach.

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