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Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) April 11, 2014

The research report "India Energy Sector Outlook 2017: Assessing Likely Demand - Supply Scenario for Electricity, Coal, Oil & Gas by 2017" analyzes some of the key events that shaped 2013 and is likely to shape the energy markets in India in the immediate short term till the end of XIIth plan i.e. 2017. InfraInsights will undergo an in-depth data modelling exercise to forecast energy demand, supply balance likely to emerge in India by 2017. The report provided critical data and insights required to draw India market strategy for both Indian and MNCs companies either already operating in India market or looking to commit significant sum of money into this market that has huge appetite for consuming energy.

The report (http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/280663-india-energy-sector-outlook-2017-assessing-likely-demand-supply-scenario-for-electricity-coal-oil-gas-by-2017.html) will provide detailed analysis on demand, supply and energy consumed in India. The report is an attempt to pre-empt the overall primary energy mix of India by 2017. The report will also provide details and critical analysis of policy and regulatory events that are likely to throw both opportunity and challenges for companies operating in the energy sector in India.

Over the past 2-3 years there has been little to cheer about for companies in the energy sector in India and 2013 most likely will be remembered as a year that saw a new low in terms of growth in the energy. In the coal sector, CIL remained in the news throughout the year for not taking any significant initiatives that could improve its operational efficiency and bridge the gap between coal demand and supply. MDO / Coal Washeries are other CIL based initiatives that is expected to increase coal output by private participation, and washeries for improving the coal quality for which CIL was in a perpetual mess with NTPC.

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Table of Contents
1. Executive Summary;
2. Power Sector
3. Coal Sector
a. Coal Demand by 2017
b. Coal Supply by 2017
c. Coal Imports by 2017
d. Coal Supply by CIL by 2017
e. Coal Washeries by 2017
f. Captive Coal Mining by 2017
4. Oil and Gas Sector Outlook
a. Refining Capacity by 2017
b. CNG Consumption by 2017
c. LPG Consumption by 2017
d. HSD Consumption by 2017
e. Gas Demand and Supply Scenario by 2017
f. Gas Supply Network by 2017
g. LNG Demand by 2017
h. LNG Supply Capacity by 2017
i. FSRU Capacity by 2017
5. Emerging Regulatory and Policy Landscape
a. Coal Regulator
b. Land Acquisition Bill
c. Gas Price Hike
d. Renewable / Hydro Power Purchase Obligation
e. Revenue Sharing Contracts in Oil & Gas
f. Privatization in Electricity Distribution

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