India–Turkmenistan relations refers to the bilateral relationship between India and Turkmenistan. India has an embassy in Ashgabat which opened on 31 December 1994. Turkmenistan has an embassy in New Delhi 
India has particular interest in Turkmenistan's hydrocarbon reserves 
Turkmenistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India, together known as the TAPI countries, are working on a gas pipeline which is scheduled for completion in early 2017. This is particularly important for India's burgeoning energy needs as on completion, the pipeline is expected to provide nearly 60% of India's energy needs.
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