An Indian consortium will spend as much as $11 billion to build up a mammoth Iranian flammable gas field and assemble the framework to send out the fuel as long as the Persian Gulf country ensures a “sensible return” on the venture, as per the organization driving the gathering. ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL) has offered to contribute as much as $6 billion on the Farzad-B field and spend the rest of the sum to assemble a melted gaseous petrol send out office, as indicated by Narendra Kumar Verma, overseeing chief of the abroad speculation unit of India’s biggest voyager, Oil and Natural Gas Corp. Ltd (ONGC). The gathering is looking for an arrival of around 18%, and Indian organizations will purchase every one of the gas traded from the venture, Verma said. “We have given our best offer to them. Presently, it is dependent upon them to concur or not concur,” Verma said in a telephone meet. “We have told the Iranian specialists obviously that some fundamental returns are essential.” As India, the world’s fourth-biggest LNG purchaser tries to bolt up gas assets to take care of developing demand and goad the utilization of cleaner-consuming energizes, Iran is rising up out of assets that smothered interest in its vitality division. The Persian Gulf country on Monday intends to sign a formal contract with Total SA and China National Petroleum Corp. to build up its offer of the seaward South Pars extend, the world’s greatest flammable gas field. Authorities from Iran’s service of oil and the National Iranian Oil Co. were not able to remark Sunday on Farzad-B. The two nations had planned to finish up an arrangement by February on building up the field, which India has said holds stores of just about 19 trillion cubic feet. The consortium, which incorporates Indian Oil Corp. what’s more, Oil India Ltd, has been attempting to secure improvement rights to the Farzad-B gas field since no less than 2009.