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印度的LNG (液化天然氣) 市場預測、機會 2025年

India LNG Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2025

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印度的LNG (液化天然氣) 市場預測、機會 2025年 India LNG Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2025
出版日期: 2016年05月03日 內容資訊: 英文 250 Pages
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對天然氣管線基礎設施擴大的關注的高漲,來自電力、產業部門的天然氣需求的增加,有利的政府政策互相結合,LNG成為在印度增加且對終端用戶來說經濟上可行的燃料。印度的LNG (液化天然氣) 市場規模,預計從2016年到2025年記錄21%以上的年複合成長率,估計從2016年的52.34MMSCMD,擴大到2025年的305.10MMSCMD100萬立方米。

本報告提供印度的LNG (液化天然氣) 市場相關調查,LNG的供需分析,LNG需求的展望,現有、建設中、計劃中的LNG接收站概要,政策、法規環境,價格分析,及策略性建議等分析。

第1章 調查手法

第2章 分析師的見解

第3章 印度的天然氣消費概要

第4章 印度的天然氣需求與供給分析

  • 電力部門的天然氣需求與供給分析
  • 肥料部門的天然氣需求與供給分析
  • 城市天然氣分配部門的天然氣需求與供給分析
  • 產業部門的天然氣需求與供給分析

第5章 印度的LNG需求的展望

第6章 印度的現有LNG接收站概要

  • Dahej LNG Terminal
    • 需求分析 (各終端用戶)
    • 供給分析 (各終端用戶)
    • 供需差距分析 (各終端用戶)
    • 接收站概要
    • 擴大計劃
    • 接收站的下游基礎設施
    • 管線網路概要
  • Hazira LNG Terminal
  • Kochi LNG Terminal
  • Dabhol LNG Terminal

第7章 印度的建設中的LNG接收站概要

  • Kakinada LNG Terminal
  • Mundra LNG Terminal
  • Gangavaram LNG Terminal
  • Ennore LNG Terminal
  • Jaigarh LNG Terminal

第8章 印度的計劃中的LNG接收站概要

  • Chhara LNG Terminal
  • Jafarabad LNG Terminal
  • Haldia LNG Terminal
  • Mangalore LNG Terminal
  • Dhamara LNG Terminal
  • Pipavav LNG Terminal
  • Jamnagar LNG Terminal
  • Dighi LNG Terminal
  • Mangalore (Refinery) LNG Terminal
  • Haldia (Spice) LNG Terminal
  • Kakinada (Reliance) LNG Terminal
  • Nana Layja LNG Terminal

第9章 政策、法律制度

  • 能源部門的政策、法規環境
  • 終端用戶的政策、法規環境

第10章 價格分析

  • 目前能源價格
  • 價格預測

第11章 替代產品概要

第12章 印度的管線基礎設施的開發

第13章 趨向小規模液化天然氣 (SSLNG) 的趨勢的增加

第14章 策略性建議

第15章 附錄

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目錄
Product Code: 9586

Increasing focus on expansion of gas pipeline infrastructure, rising demand for natural gas from power and industrial sectors coupled with favorable government policies is making LNG a commercially viable fuel for an increasing number of end users industries in India. As a result, LNG demand is forecast to witness robust growth over the next 5-10 years. Power sector is the largest natural gas consumer in India, and the sector is expected to continue its dominance with the implementation of new policy initiative i.e. “e-bid RLNG”, which would support the supply of imported RLNG to stranded gas based power plants. As of 30th November 2015, India's pipeline infrastructure stood at 16,065 km and an additional 11,302 km of pipelines are under construction/execution. With growing pipeline infrastructure and favorable government initiatives, the country's LNG market is expected to witness bright days ahead.

According to “India LNG Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2025” , the total opportunity for RLNG in India is projected to increase from an estimated 52.34 mmscmd in 2016 to 305.10 mmscmd by 2025, registering a CAGR of more than 21% during 2016 - 2025. Upcoming LNG terminal projects, surging demand for natural gas in India and cost-effectiveness of LNG as compared to other alternative fuels are among the major factors anticipated to positively influence the country's LNG market scenario over the next ten years. Government has also announced revised guidelines in “Gas Allocation Policy” to prioritize natural gas supply to various end-user segments that include City Gas Distribution for households and transport sector, fertilizers sectors (urea plant), power plants and industrial sector. In addition, emergence of SSLNG market is opening up new opportunities for the industry. Other policies like E-bid RLNG are also expected to play a crucial role for supplying imported RLNG to power plants and fertilizer industry over the course of next ten years.

“India LNG Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2025” discusses the following aspects of LNG market in India:

  • India Natural Gas Demand & Supply Analysis
  • India LNG Demand Outlook
  • Existing, Under-Construction and Proposed LNG Terminal Overview in India
  • Policy and Regulatory Landscape
  • Pricing Analysis
  • Strategic Recommendations

Why You Should Buy This Report?

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Table of Contents

1. Research Methodology

2. Analyst View

3. India Natural Gas Consumption Overview

4. India Natural Gas Demand & Supply Analysis

  • 4.1. Power Sector Natural Gas Demand & Supply Analysis
  • 4.2. Fertilizer Sector Natural Gas Demand & Supply Analysis
  • 4.3. City Gas Distribution Sector Natural Gas Demand & Supply Analysis
  • 4.4. Industrial Sector Natural Gas Demand & Supply Analysis

5. India LNG Demand Outlook

6. Existing LNG Terminal Overview in India

  • 6.1. Dahej LNG Terminal
    • 6.1.1. Dahej Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.1.2. Dahej Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.1.3. Dahej Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.1.4. Terminal Overview
    • 6.1.5. Expansion Plans
    • 6.1.6. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
    • 6.1.7. Pipeline network Overview
  • 6.2. Hazira LNG Terminal
    • 6.2.1. Hazira Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.2.2. Hazira Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.2.3. Hazira Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.2.4. Terminal Overview
    • 6.2.5. Expansion Plans
    • 6.2.6. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
    • 6.2.7. Pipeline network Overview
  • 6.3. Kochi LNG Terminal
    • 6.3.1. Kochi Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.3.2. Kochi Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.3.3. Kochi Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.3.4. Terminal Overview
    • 6.3.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
    • 6.3.6. Pipeline network Overview
  • 6.4. Dabhol LNG Terminal
    • 6.4.1. Dabhol Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.4.2. Dabhol Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.4.3. Dabhol Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 6.4.4. Terminal Overview
    • 6.4.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
    • 6.4.6. Pipeline Network Overview

7. Under-Construction LNG Terminal Overview in India

  • 7.1. Kakinada LNG Terminal
    • 7.1.1. Kakinada Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.1.2. Kakinada Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.1.3. Kakinada Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.1.4. Terminal Overview
    • 7.1.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
    • 7.1.6. Pipeline network Overview
  • 7.2. Mundra LNG Terminal
    • 7.2.1. Mundra Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.2.2. Mundra Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.2.3. Mundra Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.2.4. Terminal Overview
  • 7.3. Gangavaram LNG Terminal
    • 7.3.1. Gangavaram Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.3.2. Gangavaram Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.3.3. Gangavaram Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.3.4. Terminal Overview
    • 7.3.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
    • 7.3.6. Pipeline network Overview
  • 7.4. Ennore LNG Terminal
    • 7.4.1. Ennore Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.4.2. Ennore Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.4.3. Ennore Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.4.4. Terminal Overview
    • 7.4.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
    • 7.4.6. Pipeline network Overview
  • 7.5. Jaigarh LNG Terminal
    • 7.5.1. Jaigarh Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.5.2. Jaigarh Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.5.3. Jaigarh Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 7.5.4. Terminal Overview
    • 7.5.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure

8. Proposed LNG Terminal Overview in India

  • 8.1. Chhara LNG Terminal
    • 8.1.1. Chhara Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.1.2. Chhara Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.1.3. Chhara Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.1.4. Terminal Overview
    • 8.1.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • 8.2. Jafarabad LNG Terminal
    • 8.2.1. Jafarabad Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.2.2. Jafarabad Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.2.3. Jafarabad Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.2.4. Terminal Overview
  • 8.3. Haldia LNG Terminal
    • 8.3.1. Haldia Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.3.2. Haldia Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.3.3. Haldia Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.3.4. Terminal Overview
    • 8.3.5. Pipeline Network Overview
  • 8.4. Mangalore LNG Terminal
    • 8.4.1. Mangalore Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.4.2. Mangalore Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.4.3. Mangalore Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.4.4. Terminal Overview
  • 8.5. Dhamara LNG Terminal
    • 8.5.1. Dhamara Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.5.2. Dhamara Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.5.3. Dhamara Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.5.4. Terminal Overview
    • 8.5.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • 8.6. Pipavav LNG Terminal
    • 8.6.1. Pipavav Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.6.2. Pipavav Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.6.3. Pipavav Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.6.4. Terminal Overview
    • 8.6.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • 8.7. Jamnagar LNG Terminal
    • 8.7.1. Jamnagar Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.7.2. Jamnagar Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.7.3. Jamnagar Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.7.4. Terminal Overview
  • 8.8. Dighi LNG Terminal
    • 8.8.1. Dighi Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.8.2. Dighi Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.8.3. Dighi Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.8.4. Terminal Overview
    • 8.8.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • 8.9. Mangalore (Refinery) LNG Terminal
    • 8.9.1. Mangalore (Refinery) Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.9.2. Mangalore (Refinery) Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.9.3. Mangalore (Refinery) Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.9.4. Terminal Overview
  • 8.10.Haldia (Spice) LNG Terminal
    • 8.10.1. Haldia (Spice) Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.10.2. Haldia (Spice) Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.10.3. Haldia (Spice) Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.10.4. Terminal Overview
    • 8.10.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • 8.11.Kakinada (Reliance) LNG Terminal
    • 8.11.1. Kakinada (Reliance) Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.11.2. Kakinada (Reliance) Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.11.3. Kakinada (Reliance) Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.11.4. Terminal Overview
    • 8.11.5. Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • 8.12.Nana Layja LNG Terminal
    • 8.12.1. Nana Layja Terminal LNG Demand Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.12.2. Nana Layja Terminal LNG Supply Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.12.3. Nana Lajya Terminal LNG Demand Supply Gap Analysis (By End User)
    • 8.12.4. Terminal Overview

9. Policy & Regulatory Landscape

  • 9.1. Energy Sector Policy & Regulatory Landscape
  • 9.2. End User Policy & Regulatory Landscape

10. Pricing Analysis

  • 10.1.Current Energy Pricing
  • 10.2.Pricing Forecast

11. Alternative Products Overview

12. Pipeline Infrastructure Development in India

13. Growing Inclination towards Small Scale Liquefied Natural Gas (SSLNG)

14. Strategic Recommendation

15. Annexure

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1: India Domestic Natural Gas Consumption, By Industry, 2006-14 (BCM)
  • Figure 2: India Natural Gas Demand (Domestic & RLNG) and Supply at 100% & 70% PLF, 2013-2025F (MMSCMD)
  • Figure 3: India Natural Gas Demand (Domestic & RLNG) and Supply (Domestic & Pipeline) & RLNG (@ 70% PLF), 2013-25 (MMSCMD)
  • Figure 4: Optimistic, Pessimistic& Realistic Scenario for RLNG Supply in India, 2013-25 (MMSCMD)
  • Figure 5: India Natural Gas Demand Estimates & Forecasts, By Sector, FY13-FY25 (MMSCMD)
  • Figure 6: India Demand and Supply of Natural Gas in Power Sector, 2013-2025 (MMSCMD)
  • Figure 7: India Coal Imports by Power Companies, 2014-2016F (Million Tonnes)
  • Figure 8: India Demand for Imported Coal in Select Power Companies, 2016F (Million Tonnes)
  • Figure 9: India Natural Gas Demand from Power Sector, 2015 & 2025F (mmscmd)
  • Figure 10: India Economy Growth, 2014 & 2015 (Percentage)
  • Figure 11: India Demand and Supply of Natural Gas in Fertilizer Sector, 2013-2025 (MMSCMD)
  • Figure 12: India Fertilizer Production, 2010, 2015E, 2020F & 2025F (Thousand Tonnes)
  • Figure 13: India Feedstock Used for Urea Manufacturing, 2015E (Percentage)
  • Figure 14: India Demand and Supply of Natural Gas in City Gas Distribution (CGD), 2013-2025 (MMSCMD)
  • Figure 15: India Demand and Supply of Natural Gas in Industry Sector, 2013-2025 (MMSCMD)
  • Figure 16: India Petrochemical Production, 2011, 2015E, 2020F & 2025F (Thousand Million Tonnes)
  • Figure 17: India Cement Production, 2010, 2015E, 2020F & 2025F (Million Tonnes)
  • Figure 18: India Crude Steel Production, 2010, 2015E, 2020F & 2025F (Million Metric Tonnes)
  • Figure 19: India LNG Terminals Map
  • Figure 20: Institutional Framework of Energy Administration in India
  • Figure 21: Guidelines for Pooling of Gas in Fertilizer (Urea) Sector
  • Figure 22: India Crude Oil Production, Imports and Consumption, By Volume, 2010-2020F (MT)
  • Figure 23: India Number of Wells Drilled, 2010-2020F
  • Figure 24: Outcome of New Exploration & Licensing Policy Rounds, By No. of Blocks Bid for and Awarded, By No. of PSCs Signed, 2000-2012
  • Figure 25: Crude Oil Price Forecast, By Value, $/bbl 2008-2020
  • Figure 26: International Spot Prices of LNG, 2010-2025F ($/mmbtu)
  • Figure 27: India Average Long Term LNG Contract Price, 2010-2025F ($/mmbtu)
  • Figure 28: India Domestic Natural Gas Price, 2010-2025F ($/MMBtu)
  • Figure 29: India Alternative Fuel Prices Governed from Whole Sale Price Index, 2010-2025F ($/mmbtu)

List of Tables:

  • Table 1: India Natural Gas Consumption (Domestic gas & RLNG), By Sector, 2014-15 (MMSCMD)
  • Table 2: India Natural Gas Consumption Share (Domestic & RLNG), By Sector, 2014-15 (As a Percentage of the Total Natural Gas Supplied to the Sector)
  • Table 3: Gas Allocation Priority as per Old Policy, By Consumer Type
  • Table 4: India List of Power Plants Running on Domestic Natural Gas
  • Table 5: India Stranded Gas Based Power Plants
  • Table 6: Projects for Which Orders have been Placed but Delayed Construction due to Non Availability of Gas
  • Table 7: Gas Requirement for Power Projects as Recommended by Ministry of Power Slated for Completion in the 12th Plan
  • Table 8: State-wise Allocation of Food Grains
  • Table 9: List of Natural Gas Based Fertilizer Plants
  • Table 10: India Number of CNG Stations and CNG Vehicles, By State, As of 31-03-2015
  • Table 11: Domestic, Commercial and Industrial PNG Connections, By State, By Company, As of 31-03-2015
  • Table 12: India City Gas Distribution Geographical Areas Allocated till Round 4
  • Table 13: India City Gas Distribution Geographical Areas to be Allocated
  • Table 14: India Refineries Installed Capacity, 2010-2015 (MMTPA)
  • Table 15: Fossil Fuel Emissions, By Fuel Type (Pounds per Billion Btu of Energy Input)
  • Table 16: India LNG Terminal Wise Forecast, By Capacity, FY13-FY25 (MMTPA)
  • Table 17: India LNG Terminal Wise Realistic Forecast, By Capacity, FY13-FY25 (MMTPA)
  • Table 18: India LNG Terminal Wise Pessimistic Forecast, By Capacity, FY13-FY25 (MMTPA)
  • Table 19: Outlook for LNG Imports by Terminals, 2010, 2015E, 2020F & 2025F (MMSCMD)
  • Table 20: Demand Assessment for Dahej LNG Terminal
  • Table 21: Supply Assessment for Dahej LNG Terminal
  • Table 22: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Dahej LNG Terminal
  • Table 23: Dahej LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 24: Dahej LNG Terminal Expansion Plan
  • Table 25: Dahej LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 26: Dahej Vijaipur Pipeline& Spur Lines
  • Table 27: GAIL's Dahej-Uran-Dabhol-Panvel Natural Gas Pipeline Network
  • Table 28: HVJ & GREP (Gas Rehabilitation and Expansion Project) Pipeline & Spur Lines
  • Table 29: Demand Assessment for Hazira LNG Terminal
  • Table 30: Supply Assessment for Hazira LNG Terminal
  • Table 31: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Hazira LNG Terminal
  • Table 32: Hazira LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 33: Hazira LNG Terminal Expansion Plan
  • Table 34: Hazira LNG Terminals Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 35: Details of East-West (EWPL) Natural Gas Pipeline Network
  • Table 36: Demand Assessment for Kochi LNG Terminal
  • Table 37: Supply Assessment for Kochi LNG Terminal
  • Table 38: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Kochi LNG Terminal
  • Table 39: Kochi LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 40: Kochi LNG Terminal Obstructions in Start-up
  • Table 41: Kochi LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 42: Details of Kochi-Koottanad-Bangalore-Mangalore Natural Gas Pipeline
  • Table 43: Demand Assessment for Dabhol LNG Terminal
  • Table 44: Supply Assessment for Dabhol LNG Terminal
  • Table 45: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Dabhol LNG Terminal
  • Table 46: Dabhol LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 47: Dabhol LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 48: Details of Dabhol-Bangalore Natural Gas Pipeline
  • Table 49: Dabhol LNG Terminal Start-up in Obstructions
  • Table 50: Demand Assessment for Kakinada LNG Terminal
  • Table 51: Supply Assessment for Kakinada LNG Terminal
  • Table 52: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Kakinada LNG Terminal
  • Table 53: Kakinada LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 54: Kakinada LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure (Under Construction)
  • Table 55: Time Schedule and Targets for Kakinada-Srikakulam Natural Gas Pipeline Project Completion
  • Table 56: Demand Assessment for Mundra LNG Terminal
  • Table 57: Supply Assessment for Mundra LNG Terminal
  • Table 58: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Mundra LNG Terminal
  • Table 59: Mundra LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 60: Demand Assessment for Gangavaram LNG Terminal
  • Table 61: Supply Assessment for Gangavaram LNG Terminal
  • Table 62: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Gangavaram LNG Terminal
  • Table 63: Gangavaram LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 64: Ganagavaram LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 65: Mallavaram-Bhopal-Bhilwara-Vijaipur Gas Pipeline (MBBVPL) Dahod Connectivity with GSPL's Gas Grid
  • Table 66: Demand Assessment for Ennore LNG Terminal
  • Table 67: Supply Assessment for Ennore LNG Terminal
  • Table 68: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Ennore LNG Terminal
  • Table 69: Ennore LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 70: Ennore LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 71: Major Potential Towns for CGD Network
  • Table 72: Demand Centres for Ennore-Nagapattinam Pipeline
  • Table 73: Demand Assessment for Jaigarh LNG Terminal
  • Table 74: Supply Assessment for Jaigarh LNG Terminal
  • Table 75: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Jaigarh LNG Terminal
  • Table 76: Jaigarh Terminal Details
  • Table 77: Jaigarh LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 78: Demand Assessment for Chhara LNG Terminal
  • Table 79: Supply Assessment for Chhara LNG Terminal
  • Table 80: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Chhara LNG Terminal
  • Table 81: Chhara LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 82: Chhara LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 83: Demand Assessment for Jafarabad LNG Terminal
  • Table 84: Supply Assessment for Jafarabad LNG Terminal
  • Table 85: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Jafarabad LNG Terminal
  • Table 86: Jafarabad LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 87: Demand Assessment for Haldia LNG Terminal
  • Table 88: Supply Assessment for Haldia LNG Terminal
  • Table 89: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Haldia LNG Terminal
  • Table 90: Haldia LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 91: Contai (West Bengal) - Paradip (Odisha) - Dattapulia (West Bengal) Natural Gas Pipeline
  • Table 92: Demand Centres for Contai - Paradip - Dattapulia Natural Gas Pipeline
  • Table 93: Demand Assessment for Mangalore LNG Terminal
  • Table 94: Supply Assessment for Mangalore LNG Terminal
  • Table 95: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Mangalore LNG Terminal
  • Table 96: Mangalore LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 97: Demand Assessment for Dhamara LNG Terminal
  • Table 98: Supply Assessment for Dhamara LNG Terminal
  • Table 99: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Dhamara LNG Terminal
  • Table 100: Dhamara LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 101: Dhamara LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 102: Demand Assessment for Pipavav LNG Terminal
  • Table 103: Supply Assessment for Pipavav LNG Terminal
  • Table 104: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Pipavav LNG Terminal
  • Table 105: Pipavav LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 106: Pipavav LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 107: Demand Assessment for Jamnagar LNG Terminal
  • Table 108: Supply Assessment for Jamnagar LNG Terminal
  • Table 109: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Jamnagar LNG Terminal
  • Table 110: Jamnagar LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 111: Demand Assessment for Dighi LNG Terminal
  • Table 112: Supply Assessment for Dighi LNG Terminal
  • Table 113: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Dighi LNG Terminal
  • Table 114: Dighi LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 115: Dighi LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 116: Demand Assessment for Mangalore (Refinery) LNG Terminal
  • Table 117: Supply Assessment for Mangalore (Refinery) LNG Terminal
  • Table 118: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Mangalore (Refinery) LNG Terminal
  • Table 119: Mangalore (Refinery) LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 120: Demand Assessment for Haldia (Spice Energy) LNG Terminal
  • Table 121: Supply Assessment for Haldia (Spice Energy) LNG Terminal
  • Table 122: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Haldia (Spice Energy) LNG Terminal
  • Table 123: Haldia LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 124: Haldia LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 125: Demand Assessment for Kakinada (Reliance) LNG Terminal
  • Table 126: Supply Assessment for Kakinada (Reliance) LNG Terminal
  • Table 127: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Kakinada (Reliance) LNG Terminal
  • Table 128: Kakinada (Reliance) LNG Terminal Details
  • Table 129: Kakinada (Reliance) LNG Terminal Downstream Infrastructure
  • Table 130: Srikakulam (Andhra Pradesh) - Durgapur (West Bengal) via Bhubaneswar-Howrah
  • Table 131: Demand Assessment for Nana Layja LNG Terminal
  • Table 132: Supply Assessment for Nana Layja LNG Terminal
  • Table 133: Demand Supply Gap Assessment for Nana Layja LNG Terminal
  • Table 134: Nana Layja LNG Details
  • Table 135: Outline of Various Five Year Plans
  • Table 136: Institutional Structure of Power Sector in India
  • Table 137: Inductive Target PLF %
  • Table 138: Pricing Fundamentals for Alternative Fuels
  • Table 139: Petronet LNG Month-wise Gas Sale FOB Prices, 2004-2013 (US$/mmbtu)
  • Table 140: Estimating Price for Key End-Users (Switching), 2015 ($/MMBTU)
  • Table 141: Regasified LNG Vs Domestic Gas ($/MMBtu)
  • Table 142: Impact on Gas Pricing by Pooling, As on 31st March 2015
  • Table 143: India LNG Import Trade Movement Profile, 2014 (BCM)
  • Table 144: India LNG Long Term Contracts
  • Table 145: India Petroleum Product Import and Export and LNG Imports (MMT) During 2007-08 to 2013-14
  • Table 146: India Consumption of Major Petroleum Products, By Region, 2014 (‘000 Tonnes)
  • Table 147: India Pipeline Infrastructure, Capacity & Gas Utilization, As of 31.3.2015
  • Table 148: India Gas Pipeline in Execution/Construction, As of 31.3.2015
  • Table 149: India Proposed Natural Gas Pipelines
  • Table 150: India Major Pipeline Network
  • Table 151: Contact Details of Persons Taking Care of Existing & Under-Construction LNG Terminals
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