India’s crude oil output was at a 28-year low, at 28.4 million tonnes within the monetary 12 months 2021-22, reported Enterprise Normal. Crude output has been falling repeatedly, month after month, for the previous 4 years, with only one month registering a marginal improve. On the identical time, India’s demand has been rising robustly, leading to a gentle rise in imports, which touched 212 million tonnes in FY22. India is the world’s third-largest importer of crude, behind solely China and the US. The query is, can India improve its personal home output, or will or not it’s depending on imported power, like Japan?