The vast potential that gas offers in India has prompted energy companies to push plans to expand the LNG terminals capacity in India, a move that will expand the clean fuel's reach to relatively smaller pockets of demand where there are limited pipeline access.
Indian companies are investing billions of dollars to build infrastructure, including pipelines and a new LNG import terminal. Companies like India Petronet, H-Energy, Swan Energy, Tata Group, Adani, IOCL etc are coming up with LNG terminal and regasification units in India.
Currently, 960 billion cubic feet per year worth projects is under construction. This shall provide a boost to the public transportation system in the tier 2 cities in vicinity of these terminals for the adoption of CNG based transport.
Moreover, India is planning to build strategic reserve of natural gas to further strengthen the country's energy security and shield itself from supply disruptions and frequent price fluctuations coming from perennial political risks in the prime energy supplying countries in the Middle East and Africa.
The reserve will also help the country cope with demand spike and price rise in the event of political unrest. Thus, this report helps in providing the complete dossier for business case assessment for the EPC players, End users and building strategic reserves in India by 2025.
Key Topics Covered:
Understanding the demand-supply dynamics of natural gas in India
Understanding the Natural Gas pipeline infrastructure in India
Opportunity for opening up of the natural gas sector for private players in India
Understanding the pricing mechanism of natural gas in India
Market Overview for EPC players in Natural Gas Pipeline segment in India
Opportunity Tracker for EPC players in Natural Gas pipeline segment in India
Market Overview for End User consumer segment in India
Opportunity tracker for End User Consumer segment in India
Market overview of Strategic reserves development in India
Track of upcoming Projects in the Natural Gas segment in India