Indian Energy Sector 2011-2020: Economic and Risk Analysis, September 2011

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Indian Energy Sector 2011-2020: Economic and Risk Analysis, September 2011
According to Lucintel`s report "Indian Energy Sector 2011-2020: Economic and Risk Analysis", analyzes and identifies India`s energy sector and outlines its areas of opportunity in the coming decade. Energy consumption from all sources is expected to increase significantly in the coming years. As per Lucintel`s analysis, the Indian primary energy consumption is expected to grow 15,236 Mtoe by 2020

Energy holds the key for India’s economic development. The unprecedented pace of economic development which India is witnessing today is likely to require even more energy. India experienced economic growth of 9% in the last three years before the recessionary phase of the global economy. It is expected that the same growth rate is likely to continue for the next decade

According to Lucintel’s report "Indian Energy Sector 2011-2020: Economic and Risk Analysis", analyzes and identifies India’s energy sector and outlines its areas of opportunity in the coming decade. Energy consumption from all sources is expected to increase significantly in the coming years. As per Lucintel’s analysis, the Indian primary energy consumption is expected to grow 15,236 Mtoe by 2020.

Lucintel's report provides detailed trend and forecast data for different energy sources in India; specifically, the demand and supply analysis with future forecasts for 2020. The report analyzes different drivers and challenges that lead the demand and supply of different energy segments. This report deals with different policies that the government of India is implementing and likely to employ in the future, to bridge the gap between demand and supply of energy. This report covers various sources of renewable energy markets such as solar, bio, and nuclear etc. and investing in these segments of energy in the Indian market, is expected to give an edge to any company that seeks to play a global role in coming decade.

This unique report from Lucintel is expected to provide you valuable information, insights and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report is estimated to save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and significantly benefit you in expanding your business in this market. In today’s stringent economy, you need every advantage that you can find to keep ahead in your business.

To make business, investment, or strategic decisions, you need timely and adequate information. This market report fulfills this core need and is an indispensable reference guide for demand and supply analysis for different drivers and challenges and many more, who are dealing with this market.

Some of the features of "Indian Energy Sector 2011-2020: Economic and Risk Analysis" are:
  • Overview of the economic outlook of India and future forecast
  • Trend and Forecast data for different energy sources in India
  • Major growth drivers and challenges for Military Shelter market
  • Analyses about different drivers & challenges
  • Describes about the demand and supply of Indian energy market and various sources of energy generation
  • Different policies of government of India
  • A Total of over 85 valuable figures/charts and 41 tables are provided in this 230 page report
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. MACRO-ECONOMIC OVERVIEW

2.1: Economic scenario–trend and forecast
2.2: Present status of Indian economy

3. OVERVIEW OF THE ENERGY SECTOR

3.1: Importance of energy sector in economic development
3.2: GDP and energy consumption
3.3: Demand and supply position
3.4: Energy policy
3.5: Growth forecast and future energy requirement
  3.5.1: Drivers
  3.5.2: Challenges
3.6: Future energy requirement
3.7: Energy import and export of India
3.8: High energy price and economic growth
3.9: Alternative energy investment
3.10: Environmental degradation

4. INDIAN ELECTRICITY MARKET

4.1: Present status: Indian electricity
4.2: Market potential
4.3: Drivers of electricity consumption
4.4: Electricity demand and supply
4.5: Government initiatives
  4.5.1: Electricity act, 2003
  4.5.2: National electricity policy
4.6: Transmission and distribution
  4.6.1: Transmission and distribution losses
  4.6.2: Policy reforms for investment in transmission
4.7: Electricity networks
4.8: Investment opportunity and challenges

5. INDIAN COAL SECTOR

5.1: Global coal scenario
5.2: Indian coal reserves
5.3: Energy mix of India
5.4: Market opportunity and potential
  5.4.1: Demand and supply scenario of coal in India
  5.4.2: Sectoral use of coal
  5.4.3: Drivers of coal demand
  5.4.4: High GDP growth rate
  5.4.5: Increasing demand for Power
  5.4.6: Higher demand from steel industry
  5.4.7: Growth in cement sector
  5.4.8: Comparatively less cost
5.5: Export/Import of coal
5.6: Challenges
5.7: Environmental issues
5.8: Technological development
  5.8.1: Clean coal technology
  5.8.2: Coal Bed methane technology
5.9: Economic development
  5.9.1: FDI in coal projects
  5.9.2: Policy framework

6. INDIAN NATURAL GAS MARKET

6.1: Indian natural gas sector
6.2: Global scenario
6.3: Market potential and opportunities in India
  6.3.1: Natural gas in energy mix
  6.3.2: emand scenario
  6.3.3: Supply scenario
  6.3.4: Investments in the natural gas sector
  6.3.5: Policies and government initiatives
  6.3.6: Opportunities in the gas sector

7. INDIAN CRUDE OIL MARKET

7.1: Global oil scenario
7.2: Oil in Indian energy consumption mix
7.3: Market potential and opportunity
7.4: Trend for demand, supply, and imports of oil
7.5: Imports of crude oil
7.6: Refining activity
7.7: Growth drivers
  7.7.1: Increasing economic activities
  7.7.2: Destination as oil refining hub
7.8: Challenges
  7.8.1: Increasing oil prices
  7.8.2: Foreign exchange depletion
  7.8.3: Polices and government initiatives
  7.8.4: New exploration and licensing policy
  7.8.5: Foreign direct investment

8. INDIAN NUCLEAR ENERGY MARKET

8.1: Global status
8.2: Indian nuclear program
8.3: Demand drivers
  8.3.1: Increasing demand of electricity
  8.3.2: Climate change
  8.3.3: Energy security and cost of energy
  8.3.4: Cost competitiveness
8.4: Policies or events influencing India’s nuclear power scenario
  8.4.1: Non-Proliferation
  8.4.2: US–India nuclear cooperation agreement
8.5: Global nuclear power projects expected to be operating by 2030
8.6: Market opportunities in India
8.7: Challenges
  8.7.1: Lack of sufficient raw material
  8.7.2: Uranium reserves in India
  8.7.3: Nuclear waste management

9. INDIAN SOLAR ENERGY MARKET

9.1: Indian power scenario
9.2: Solar industry
9.3: Solar technology
  9.3.1: Silicon-wafer-based photovoltaic
  9.3.2: Thin-film photovoltaic
  9.3.3: Concentrating solar thermal power
9.4: Global status
  9.4.1: Solar PV industry–the global scenario
9.5: Indian solar energy: applications, achievements, and potential
  9.5.1: Rural electrification
  9.5.2: Agricultural support
  9.5.3: Water pumping
  9.5.4: Cooling
  9.5.5: Telecommunications sector
9.6: Market drivers
9.7: Market size of solar energy in India
9.8: Business potential and government policy
9.9: Feed-in tariffs (FiT) system
9.10: State Specific incentives for solar power generation
9.11: India, a solar manufacturers' hub
9.12: Indian photovoltaic market
9.13: Solar thermal
9.14: Research and development
9.15: Challenges and constraints
  9.15.1: Capital cost is quite high
  9.15.2: Land constraint
9.16: Recent developments

10. INDIAN BIOENERGY MARKET

10.1: Global scenario
10.2: Global renewable power mix
10.3: Bioenergy potential and installed capacity of India
  10.3.1: Potential of Bioenergy from urban waste
  10.3.2: Potential of Bioenergy from agricultural wastes
  10.3.3: Potential and Installed capacity of family-type biogas plant
  10.3.4: Potential of Bioenergy from industrial wastes
  10.3.5: Potential and installed capacity of co-generation
10.4: Power generated from biomass
10.5: Production of transportation Biofuel
10.6: Government policy
  10.6.1: Financing sources and incentives
  10.6.2: Legislative policies
  10.6.3: Policy for energy crops
10.7: Challenges

11. INDIA ENERGY SECTOR: WHERE SHOULD I PUT MY MONEY?

11.1: Indian power sector
11.2: Indian oil and gas sector
11.3: Coal sector
11.4: Nuclear energy
11.5: CIndian solar sector
11.6: Bioenergy sector

LIST OF FIGURES

CHAPTER 2: Macroe
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