Document Type : Research Paper
Professor; Political Science Department, University of Tehran
M. A. in International Relations from Tehran University
Along with increasing demand and trend of the various countries for using from Natural Gas for supplying their required energy, India has changed its Energy Policy direction toward more use from Natural gas in order to supply its required energy in recent years. For achieving to this goal, Indian Politicians have faced various alternatives, which selecting each of them, due to the importance of the securing the energy supply for this country, can have significant influences on other Indian Policies especially in the field of Foreign Policy of this country. Therefore this question will be raised that what is the best alternative for supplying the Natural Gas for the Future of this Country? In the present study, we have attempted to compare the available alternatives for supplying the Required Natural Gas for India; which the best choice for supplying the required Natural Gas for this country is Gas Import through the International Gas Transformation Pipe Line, simultaneously from the North-Eastern Borders (Myanmar) and Western Borders (Iran) of India.