Pradhan had in his address to the Summit yesterday sought fair pricing of oil by removal of premium Opec nations charge from its Asian buyers as well as better trade terms like selling oil without payment guarantee and on extended credit period.
On the margins, he met Mohammed Saleh Abdullah Al Sada, Energy Minister of Qatar, which is India's biggest supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG) and a likely source for more gas.
He also met Iranian Oil Minister Bijan namdar Zanganeh to discuss among other things getting rights to develop the Farzad-B gas field in the Persian Gulf for state-owned ONGC.
With Iraqi Oil Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi, he discussed furthering ties. Iraq is India's second biggest supplier of oil after Saudi Arabia.
"During his meeting with Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak, the two Ministers agreed to expand bilateral energy cooperation. It was agreed to conduct a joint study at an early date for exploring feasibility of crude and gas pipelines from Russia to India," an official statement said.
India showed interest to import LNG and crude from Russia. The two sides also reviewed existing Indian investment projects in Russia and discussed possibility of working together in exploration and production sector.
Pradhan met Prince Abdul Aziz Bin-Salman, Deputy Crown Prince and Minister of State for Petroleum of Saudi Arabia and reiterated the need to intensify bilateral energy engagements between the two nations.
"During his meeting with Minister of Petroleum of Iran Bijan Namdar Zangenah the two Ministers discussed about Indian involvement in exploration and production projects in Iran and possibility of building gas pipeline from Iran to India through various alternate routes," it said.
Pradhan discussed supply of long-term LNG to India with the Qatari minister.