Company Information & Swot Analysis on Gail (India) Ltd by IS Advisors09 Jan 2012 • by Natalie Aster
As per estimates, India would become the world’s 3rd largest consumer of energy by 2025, and growing climate change concerns will play a significant role in increasing the demand for cleaner energy sources like natural gas in order to leverage the opportunities. Hence in the current scenario, Natural Gas proves to be the best alternate for the cleaner source of energy.
According to the report “Gail (India) Ltd - Company Information & Swot Analysis” by IS Advisors, gas consumption is expected to increase from an estimated 55 billion cubic metres (BCM) in 2010 to 76 BCM in 2015, while domestic production is anticipated to increase from around 45 BCM in 2010 to at least 73 BCM in 2015. To cash on the opportunity, company is set out to increase it pan India presence with total pipeline network of about 14500 Kms.
Gail (India) Ltd - Company Information & Swot Analysis
Published: Dec, 2011
Price: US$ 125,00
Presently India’s per capita energy consumption stands at 400 Kg of oil equivalent against world’s average energy consumption of 1700 kg of oil equivalent. However, strong economic growth and progressive motorization are likely to expand the energy demand in the country. While the large consumers of natural gas in the country continue to be the power and fertilizer units, demand from CGD customers which includes small scale units, natural gas vehicles, house hold and commercial establishments continue to grow.
Demand For Natural Gas Across Segments:
The share of natural gas in India’s energy mix is around 10%against a world average of 24%providing a large scope for increased utilization of natural gas in India In Asia, gas consumption in China and India grew at a galloping rate of 21.8% and 21.5% respectively, in the year 2010.
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