The Indian government is considering a major island project on the Arabian Sea.
The project, which is likely to involve a large construction, could help India with its long-term ambitions to become a major player in the world of energy.
The plan is to build a massive gas-fired power plant on the southern end of the Arabian sea, known as “The Gulf.”
The project has been under discussion for over two years and has the potential to generate some $300 billion worth of energy annually.
The project is also expected to be the first of its kind in the Middle East.
The Indian Ocean is a natural gateway for energy exports and trade, as well as a major transit point for international shipping and oil tanker traffic.
The Arabian Sea is rich in oil and gas, which are the major sources of the country’s export income.
It is also rich in natural resources, which have been exploited by a number of countries including the United States and the United Kingdom.
India, which accounts for about 30% of the world’s crude oil reserves, has been working on the project for the last few years, but has not made any concrete progress.
According to data compiled by Bloomberg, it has a crude oil production capacity of 3.9 million barrels per day (bpd), while the oil that it produces accounts for around 6% of its total production.
However, India is not a large oil producer and has been dependent on imports for about a decade.
The proposed Gulf Gas and Power Project (GGPP) is expected to provide electricity to around 8 million homes, including about 500,000 in the state of Maharashtra.
The plant is expected be located in the Indian state of Gujarat, which borders Saudi Arabia, and has an initial capital cost of around $50 billion.
It would have to be completed by 2040.
The Gulf is a major energy hub for the world.
India has been exploring ways to diversify its energy sources, especially gas.
In 2015, India proposed the construction of the India-Pakistan gas pipeline.
India also plans to build its first offshore oil and natural gas project, the Gulf Stream Pipeline Project.
The latter is slated to be operational in 2023, according to the Indian government.