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JAIPAL REDDY(January 2011 - present)Refused to clear RIL's annual budget for development of KG-D6Considering ways to link production with the recovery of costs Refused mid-term price revision of gas from KG-D6Has delayed implementation of the RIL-BP deal Refused commercial certificate for RIL's NEC block in Mahanadi basin Rejected RIL's request for extension of exploration in Cauvery block Refused to accept RIL's coal-bed methane pricing mechanism Ordered probe into sale of condensate from KG-D6 to RIL's Jamnagar refinery Has not cleared GAIL's outof-court settlement with RIL-BG consortium Threatened to slap notice on RIL for decline in gas production from KG-D6Transferred bureaucrats said to be close to RIL to other departments Sundareshan was handpicked by Reddy's predecessor, Murli Deora, who is said to be close to the Ambani family. Look at the RIL-BP deal, this is the biggest FDI in India to date.

In an analysis of Deora's appointment as petroleum minister in January 2006, the US Embassy in New Delhi noted: "Deora's only vulnerability, as a Mumbai politician, is his long-standing connection to the Reliance industrial group, which includes significant energy equities.""People say that I have gone out of the way to help Reliance Industries during my tenure as petroleum minister. All those who were working within the ambit of the law had my support."Joint secretary Apoorva Chandra was transferred in August 2011.

Big Gas, Big Stakes The biggest dispute between the ministry and RIL is over gas output from the company's KG-D6 block.

The block is estimated to hold India's largest gas reserves: around 11.3 trillion cubic feet.

The underlying thinking in the ministry is that RIL has padded up costs."When there is as much suspicion as there is about gold plating by Reliance (of expenditure on the KG-D6 block), it is necessary to dispel the impression that the ministry is close to Reliance," says Mani Shankar Aiyar.

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