PCPIRs Development in India - Necessary with the Rapid Growth in Petrochemicals Industry

Date: December 30, 2011
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PCPIRs Development in India - Necessary with the Rapid Growth in  Petrochemicals Industry
PCPIRs Development in India - Necessary with the Rapid Growth in Petrochemicals Industry

Summary

The petrochemicals industry in India has great growth potential. The industry witnessed strong demand in the last decade and this is expected to continue until 2015. However, the Indian petrochemicals industry is restricting investment due to a lack of associated infrastructure and the government support. To attract more investments in this sector and help the producers to achieve tax benefits, the Indian government had taken an initiative to introduce special investment regions, known as the Petroleum, Chemicals and Petrochemicals Investment Region (PCPIR). The main reason for incorporating these PCPIRs was not only to increase domestic production but also to augment the exports of petrochemicals.

The four PCPIRs set up by 2010 are in Dahej, Gujarat; Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh; Paradip, Odisha and Haldia, West Bengal. The PCPIRs were constructed with the help of state-owned companies such as Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), who are anchor companies for developing the PCPIR projects. The PCPIRs are built in specified land of around 250 square kilometers with regular feedstock availability, logistic services, and port, road, rail and airport connectivity.

Scope
  • Analyses the importance of PCPIRs for Indian petrochemical industry
  • Analyses the demand and production scenario of basic petrochemicals in India
  • Details the advantages of PCPIRs
Reasons to buy
  • Understand the importance of PCPIRs for Indian petrochemical industry
  • Details demand and production scenario of basic petrochemicals in India
  • Formulate strategies based on the current trends in the industry
1 TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures

2 SUMMARY

3 PCPIRS DEVELOPMENT IS NECESSARY WITH THE RAPID GROWTH IN DEMAND FOR PETROCHEMICALS

3.1 The Growth of the Indian Petrochemicals Industry
  3.1.1 Petrochemicals Demand has Increased, Leading to Increase in Production
  3.1.2 Strong Demand has Necessitated the Construction of More Petrochemical Plants
3.2 What is a PCPIR?
  3.2.1 Abundant Feedstock is Responsible for Increased Petrochemical Production in Dahej PCPIR
  3.2.2 Vast Land is an Advantage to the Development of Visakhapatnam PCPIR Project
  3.2.3 External Infrastructure Strengthened after the Construction of Airport Near Paradip PCPIR
  3.2.4 Haldia PCPIR is Facing Hurdles Due to Presence in Coastal Regulation Zone
3.3 Development of New PCPIRs is Slow Due to Declining Interest from the Petrochemicals Companies
3.4 Conclusion

4 APPENDIX

4.1 Methodology
  4.1.1 Coverage
  4.1.2 Secondary Research
  4.1.3 Primary Research
  4.1.4 Expert Panel Validation
4.2 Contact Us
4.3 Disclaimer

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1: India Basic Petrochemicals Industry, Demand, Production and Exports, MMtpa, 2000–2015
Table 2: India Basic Petrochemicals Industry, Capacity, MMtpa, 2000–2015

LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 1: India Basic Petrochemicals Industry, Demand, Production and Exports, MMtpa, 2000–2015
Figure 2: India Basic Petrochemicals Industry, Capacity, MMtpa, 2000–2015
Figure 3: India Petrochemicals Industry, Existing and Planned PCPIR 4

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