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India Infrastructure publishes research reports in the areas of power, oil & gas, ports & shipping, roads & bridges, telecommunications, aviation and water.

Our reports are acknowledged as high-quality, user-friendly, up-to-date, accurate and comprehensive sources of information. They range from sector overviews (Power in India, for example) to more intensive studies of segments and sub-segments (like Transmission of Power).

 
  Recent reports

Power Transmission in India 2011 (December 2011)

Waste Management in India 2011 (December 2011)

City Gas Distribution in India 2011 (November 2011)

Power Trading in India (November 2011)

Indian Telecom Sector Outlook (October 2011)

Captive Power in India 2011 (October 2011)

Logistics in India 2011 (September 2011)

Construction Sector in India 2011 (September 2011)

Hydro Power Generation 2011 (August 2011)

Coal in India 2011 (August 2011)

Urban Transport in India (International Edition)

Urban Rail Transport in India 2011 (July 2011)

Urban Bus Transport in India 2011 (July 2011)

Wind Power in India 2011 (July 2011)

Private Participation in Infrastructure: PPP and Beyond (June 2011)

Water in India 2011 (June 2011)

Airport Development in India 2011 (May 2011)

Gas in India 2011 (May 2011)

Shipping in India 2011 (May 2011)

Coal-based Power Generation in India (April 2011)

Solar Power in India 2011 (April 2011)

Road Development in India 2011 (March 2011)

Infrastructure Finance in India (March 2011)

Environmental Management in Infrastructure (March 2011)

Oil & Gas Pipelines in India (February 2011)

Ports in India 2011 (January 2011)

Railways in India 2011 (January 2011)

Power Equipment in India (January 2011)

 
         
         
 

Power Transmission in India 2011 (December 2011)

The fourth edition of “Power Transmission in India ” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date review of the power transmission segment in India.

The “Power Transmission in India 2011” report has two sections. Section A provides an overall country-level analysis.

• Executive Summary
• Network Size and Growth
• Recent Developments
• Interstate Comparison
• National Grid and Transmission Highways
• Industry Structure
• Private Participation: IPTCs
  • Evolving Regulatory Framework
• Trends in Technology Adoption
• Transco Finances
• Transmission Tariffs
• Investment and Expenditure
• Future Outlook

Section B provides detailed profile of all individual transmission companies (3 central transmission companies, 23 state transmission companies and 12+ private/JV transmission companies). Each company profile includes key facts about the company, transmission network details (capacity, line length, substations, and capacitors), transmission losses, expenditure, planned projects and key contact information.

The report is priced at Rs 48,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,100.

There is 10 per cent discount on the combined purchase of two reports- "Power Transmission in India 2011" and " Power Distribution in India 2012".

 

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Waste Management in India 2011 (December 2011)

The third edition of “Waste Management in India” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the waste management sector in India.

This comprehensive-300 page report provides latest information on the waste sector including key developments in past 12 months. The report covers in detail the municipal solid waste and sewerage, hazardous industrial solid and liquid waste, electronic waste, and effluent management and practices. Profiles of key projects across the segments are also covered. It also highlights the experience of private players in the sector as well as the government programmes and initiatives. Profiles of key players present in the industry are also covered. The report has 14 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix). It is divided into four sections:

Section A: Macro Analysis

• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Policy and Regulation
  • Key Government Programmes
• Financing Experience and PSP
• Future Outlook

Section B: Municipal Waste Management

• Municipal Solid Waste
• Municipal Waste-to-Energy
  • Municipal Wastewater and Sanitation
• Key Project Profiles

Section C: Industrial Waste Management

• Hazardous Waste
• Electronic Waste
  • Industrial Effluent Management

Section D: Major Player Profiles

• Profiles of Key Players
 

The report is available in both Hard copy and PDF formats (enterprise licence).

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with waste management - waste management companies, urban local bodies, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, manufacturers generating waste, relevant government agencies, consultants, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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City Gas Distribution in India 2011 (November 2011)

The third edition of “City Gas Distribution in India ” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

This 300-page report provides the very latest information. It has 16 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix). The report is divided into three sections:

Section I: CGD Market-Macro View

• Gas Sector Overview
• CGD Overview
• Recent Developments
• Policy and Regulation
  • Demand
• Gas Supply
• Economics and Finance
• Pipeline Infrastructure

Section II: CGD Networks

• Operational Networks - Comparative Analysis
• Profiles Of Operational Networks
• Profiles Of Upcoming GAs (Bidding Rounds 1 & 2)
  • Profiles Of GAs Under Bidding Round 3
• Profiles Of GAs Under Bidding Round 4
• Future Network Development

Section III: Player Profiles

• Company Profiles
 

The report is indispensable for organisations involved with city gas distribution - gas distributors, natural gas producers, gas marketers/suppliers, pipeline operators, policy makers and regulators, technology providers, infrastructure builders, industrial consumers, state development agencies, financial institutions, consulting and legal firms, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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Power Trading in India (November 2011)

The first edition of “Power Trading in India” provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the power trading sector in India.

This report provides the very latest information. It has 14 distinct chapters:

• Power Sector Overview
• Power Trading Overview
• Bilateral Trading - Key Trends
• Bilateral Trading - Licensee Profiles
• Bilateral Trading - Market Participants
• Power Exchanges - Key Trends
• Power Exchange Profiles
  • Power Exchanges - Market Participants
• UI Trends and Impact
• Renewable Energy Certificates
• Policy and Regulatory Framework
• Open Access
• Future Outlook
• Appendix

The report is indispensible for any organisation involved or considering involvement with the power trading sector - power traders, power exchanges, independent power producers, gencos, discoms, industrial consumers, transmission companies, regulators, policymakers, government agencies, private equity firms, research organisations, IT solution providers, management consultants, legal firms, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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Indian Telecom Sector Outlook (October 2011)

The “Indian Telecom Sector Outlook ” report provides a comprehensive view of the future of Indian telecom sector, as seen by analysts of our organization and other leading sector experts.

It has the very latest information. It has four distinct sections on:

• Telecom Sector (overall)
• Telecom Infrastructure
• 3G Services
• Broadband (Wireless / Wireline)

.The report provides analysis and insight relating to:

• Current Status
• Key Trends
• Future Growth Drivers
• Issues and Challenges
• Investment Needs and Requirements
• Technology Choices and Options
  • Evolving Regulatory Scenario
• Emerging Business Models
• Operator Plans/Strategies
• Revenues and Profitability
• Forecasts and Projections
• Etc.

This report is indispensable for any organisation involved in the telecom sector. It is particularly useful to telecom operators, infrastructure providers, other service providers, technology providers, telecom equipment manufacturers, infrastructure equipment manufacturers, policy-makers and regulators, legal and management consultants, industry analysts, financial institutions, other investors, government agencies, development institutions , research organizations, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,367.

 

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Captive Power in India 2011 (October 2011)

The sixth edition of “Captive Power in India” provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the sector in India.

The report has the latest information on the segment with 14 distinct sections:

• Power Sector Overview
• Captive Power Overview
• Key Developments (past 15 months)
• Recent Capacity Addition Trends
• Total Installed Capacity Analysis
• Grid Power Tariffs
• Captive Capex/Opex
  • Fuel Outlook
• Captive Power from Renewable Sources
• Power Trading
• Policy and Regulation
• Future Outlook and Demand Projections
• Database of Captive Power Plants
• Appendix

The report is indispensable for all the power sector players – captive plant operators, industrial power consumers (HT/LT), utilities (discoms/transcos/gencos), equipment suppliers, power traders, regulators, policy makers, technology providers, financiers, consulting/legal/research firms, etc. It is of particular interest to the firms in power intensive industries like steel, aluminium, cement, chemicals/fertilisers, petrochemicals, textiles, engineering, sugar, paper, railways, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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Logistics in India 2011 (September 2011)

The third edition of “Logistics in India” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the logistics sector in India.

The report provides the very latest information and has 15 distinct chapters:

Section I - Macro View of Logistics Industry

• Overview
• Developments in 2010-11
• Market and Investment Opportunities
  • Technology in Logistics
• Logistics Service Providers
• Value-added Services

Section II - Segment-Wise Analysis

• Air Cargo
• Road Transport
• Rail Transport
• Marine Transport (Shipping)
• Express Logistics Industry
  • Cold Chain and Cold Chain Storage
• Warehousing and Distribution
• CFSS/ICDs , Logistics Parks and FTWZs
• Appendix

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved in the logistics sector - rail and logistics companies, shipping lines, port and air cargo operators, warehousing companies, ICD operators, freight forwarders, major customer organisations, equipment manufacturers, technology providers, financiers, service providers, developmental institutions, government agencies, consultants, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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Construction Sector in India 2011 (September 2011)

The third edition of “Construction Sector in India” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the construction sector in India.

This 300-page report provides the very latest information. It has 15 distinct chapters (in addition to appendix) .The report is divided into two sections:

Section I: Macro View of the Construction Industry

• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Trends in Construction Contracting Industry
• Trends in Material Market (Cement, Steel & Others)
  • Trends in Equipment Market
• Economics and Financing
• Policy and Regulatory Framework
• Future Outlook

Section II: Demand from Infrastructure

• Roads and Bridges
• Ports
• Power
• Airports
  • Water
• Urban Transport
• Oil and Gas

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved in the construction sector - construction firms and contractors, equipment manufacturers, cement manufacturers, steel producers, other material manufacturers and suppliers, airport developers, railway-related organisations, pipeline developers, road developers, hydro power producers, port operators, real estate and project developers, urban infrastructure developers, policymakers and regulators, financial institutions and investment agencies, consultancy organisations and infrastructure development agencies, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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Hydro Power Generation 2011 (August 2011)

The second edition of "Hydro Power Generation" report provides the very latest information on this sector.

The report has 14 distinct sections:

• Power Sector Overview
• Hydro Power Overview
• Key Recent Developments (2010-2011)
• Policy and Regulation
• Hydro Power Plant Capacity Analysis
• State Government Initiatives
• Private Participation

  • Generation Economics
• Upcoming Hydro Projects
• Environment And Forests
• Resettlement And Rehabilitation
• Key Players
• Sector Outlook
• Appendix

The report is indispensable for organisations involved with the hydro power sector -- central public sector units, interstate hydro projects, state electricity boards, private power producers, state and central government agencies, regulatory institutions, policymakers, investors, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, industrial consumers, development institutions, civil works contractors, legal firms, consultancy organisations, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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Coal in India 2011 (August 2011)

The fourth edition of “Coal in India” report, provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The “Coal in India” report has 16 distinct sections:

• Industry Overview
• Key Recent Developments (2010-11)
• Domestic Production
• Imports
• Overseas Mine Acquisition
• Consumption and Demand
• Coal Pricing
• Captive Coal Mining

  • Policy and Regulation
• Coal Mining Economics and Technology
• Transportation Infrastructure
• Future Outlook
• Environmental Considerations
• Global Coal Scenario
• Future Outlook
• Coal India Limited

The report on coal is indispensable for any organisation involved with the coal sector – power generators, domestic coal producers, steel/cement manufacturers, captive miners, coal importers, international coal producers, prospective investors, coal buyers, coal transporters, technology providers, financial institutions, consulting/ legal/research firms, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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Urban Transport in India (International Edition)

India is one of the biggest and fastest-growing urban transport markets, with likely investments of over $20 billion in the bus-based and rail-based MRTS in the next five years. New bus-rapid transit systems are under construction in 10 cities across India. Rail-based mass rapid transit systems (MRTS) have been initiated in 11 cities.

This report helps you understand the urban transport industry in India, evaluate key sector trends, identify key growth and investment opportunities, and estimate market potential.

It covers key aspects of policy and framework, private sector participation, key projects, sustainability, increasing foreign interest and the future outlook of the sector. The report is a one-stop resource of up-to-date information, statistics and analysis of urban mass transit systems in India.

The report is designed for international equipment manufacturers, transport developers and operators, engineering firms, contractors, financiers and investors, IT solution providers, multilateral organisations, global consultancy firms, etc.

The report is priced at USD 950.

 

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Urban Rail Transport in India 2011 (July 2011)

The “Urban Rail Transport in India 2011” report provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on the urban transport sector.

The "Urban Rail Transport in India 2011" report has 10 distinct sections:

• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Economics & Financing
• Operational MRT Projects
• Under Construction MRT Projects

  • Planned MRT Projects
• Other MRT Projects (Mono Rail,Light Rail, High Speed Rail)
• Suburban Rail Systems
• Future Outlook
• Appendix

The report is indispensible for any organisation involved in the urban transport sector-urban local bodies and relevant government bodies, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, railway-related organisations, bus-related organisations, policymakers and regulators, infrastructure development organisations, international and national development agencies, urban transport operators, road developers, construction firms and contractors, IT /communications solution providers, financial institutions and investment agencies, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 32,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 745.

 

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Urban Bus Transport in India 2011 (July 2011)

The “Urban Bus Transport in India 2011” report provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on the urban transport sector.

The "Urban Bus Transport in India 2011" report has 8 distinct sections:

• Executive Summary
• Policy Framework
• Economics & Financing of BRT Systems
• JNNURM

  • Bus Rapid Transit Systems-Project Profiles
• City-Bus Service Provider Profiles
• Future Outlook
• Appendix

The report is indispensible for any organisation involved in the urban transport sector-urban local bodies and relevant government bodies, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, railway-related organisations, bus-related organisations, policymakers and regulators, infrastructure development organisations, international and national development agencies, urban transport operators, road developers, construction firms and contractors, IT /communications solution providers, financial institutions and investment agencies, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 32,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 745.

 

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Wind Power in India 2011 (July 2011)

The second edition of “Wind Power in India” report, provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study of the wind energy sector in India.

This comprehensive 300-page report provides the latest information on the sector with 16 distinct sections:

• Renewable Energy Overview
• Wind Power Overview
• Key Recent Developments
• Sector Size and Growth
• Policy and Legal Framework
• Regulations
• State Government Initiatives
• Cost Economics and Pricing
  • Financing
• Equipment and Technology
• IPP Developers
• Captive Operators
• Off–grid Wind Power
• Global Wind Energy Scenario
• Future Outlook
• Appendix

The report is indispensable for organisations involved with the energy sector – wind farm owners/developers, conventional power producers, renewable energy development agencies, discoms/transcos, fuel producers and sellers, financial institutions, carbon fund managers, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, industrial consumers, policymakers, regulators, government agencies, research organisations, management consultants, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033.

 

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Private Participation in Infrastructure: PPP and Beyond (June 2011)

The “Private Participation in Infrastructure: PPP and Beyond” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The report "Private Participation in Infrastructure" has 11 distinct chapters (in addition to appendix). The report is divided into 4 sections:

Section A: Overall Analysis

   - Overview and Key Trends
   - Overall Policy Framework
   - Financing Experience

Section B: Sector Analysis

   - Transport (Airports, Highways, Ports and Railways)
   - Energy (All Segments of Power, and Oil & Gas)
   - Urban Infrastructure (Water & Sanitation, Waste Management, Rail & Bus Transport)
   - Telecom

Section C: Focus on PPP

   - Policy Framework for PPP
   - PPP Experience

Section D: State Analysis

   - Analysis of 12 Leading States*

* Each state analysis covers State Economic Review, Overall Trends in Infrastructure Development, Trends in Private Participation in Infrastructure, Special State Initiatives/Programme for Private Participation in Infrastructure, Future Outlook.

This report is indispensable for organisations involved with the infrastructure sector - developers, policymakers, regulators, central and state government agencies, development institutions, research organisations, legal firms, management consultants, investors, equipment manufacturers, EPC contractors, civil contractors, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Water in India 2011 (June 2011)

The 4th edition of the "Water in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the water sector in India.

The "Water in India 2011" report has 15 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix).The report is divided into 3 sections:

Section A: Overall Sector Analysis

• Overview
• Recent Development s
• Demand
• Supply
  • Policy and Institutional Framework
• Pricing and Tariffs
• Finance

Section B: Municipal Water

• Municipal Segment Size and Growth
• Private Sector Participation
• Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission


  • Municipal Wastewater and Sanitation
• Profiles of Key Projects (projects above Rs 1 billion)

Section C: Industrial Water

• Industrial Segment Size and Growth
• Water Treatment Industry


  • Desalination Industry

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved in the water sector - water system operators and managers, industrial water users, bulk water suppliers, urban local bodies and relevant government bodies, policy-makers and regulators, technology providers, pumps and pipeline manufacturers, consulting and legal firms, research and academic organizations, water system operators and managers, international and national development agencies, financial institutions, wastewater treatment companies, public and private investment entities, NGOs and civil society representatives, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Airport Development in India 2011 (May 2011)

The 2nd edition of “Airport Development in India” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector in India.

This comprehensive 284-page report has 15 chapters:

• Sector Overview
• Recent Developments
• New Regulatory Framework
• Economics & Financing
• Ongoing Airport Project Profiles
• Navi Mumbai Airport
• Other Upcoming Airport Projects
• Regional Airport Development
  • Environmental Issues
• Airlines Overview
• Ancillary Airport Services
• Safety & Security of Airports
• Key Developer Profiles
• Future Outlook
• Appendix

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved in the aviation sector – airport operators, airport developers, airlines, equipment manufacturers, technology providers, fuel suppliers, service vendors, engineering and construction firms, financiers, management consultants, government agencies, industry associations, legal firms, analysts, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Gas in India 2011 (May 2011)

The 6th edition of the "Gas in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the gas sector in India.

The 2011 edition has three new chapters: Role of LNG, Shale Gas and Coal Bed Methane. The report presents an up-to-date analysis of progress in the gas sector with an in-depth look at current pressing issues related to demand, supply, policy and regulation, pricing and the transport infrastructure. Given the critical role that LNG is likely to play in gas supply, there is a greater focus on LNG as a supply source as well as the associated infrastructure (terminals and storage). Further, the report examines new prospects including alternative supply sources like coal bed methane and shale gas. Operator profiles have also been expanded. The Appendix features charts and tables to highlight trends in demand, supply, pricing and transportation infrastructure.

This comprehensive 386-page report provides the latest information on the sector with 17 distinct sections:

• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Demand
• Domestic Reserves and Production
• Role of LNG
• LNG Infrastructure and Storage
• Shale Gas
• Coal Bed Methane
• Policy Framework

  • Regulation
• Pricing Trends
• City Gas Distribution
• Transportation Infrastructure
• Global Scenario
• Market Outlook
• Company Profiles
• Appendix

This report is indispensable for any organisation involved in the gas sector – natural gas producers, natural gas buyers, transporters, distributors, LNG suppliers, potential LNG buyers, pipeline operators, city gas distributors, policy-makers, government agencies, regulatory agencies, power plant operators, fertiliser manufacturers, steel manufacturers, other industrial users, ports and shipping businesses, financial institutions, research organisations, industry analysts, service providers, financiers, consulting and legal firms, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 48,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1100.

 

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Shipping in India 2011 (May 2011)

The 3rd edition of “Shipping in India” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the shipping sector in India.

The 306-page report has the very latest information with 16 distinct sections (in addition to the Appendix):

• Overview
• Maritime Agenda 2010-2020
• Cargo Analysis
• Fleet Analysis
• Freight Rates
• Policy and Regulation
• Coastal Shipping
• Inland Water Transport
  • Ship building, Breaking and Repair
• Financing and Taxation
• Dredging
• Key Services
• Global Scenario
• Future Outlook
• Overview of Indian Ports
• Profile of Key Players /Shipping Companies

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with shipping - shipping lines, port operators, shipbuilders, service providers, logistics companies, rail operators, warehousing companies, ICD operators, freight forwarders, major customer organisations, equipment manufacturers, technology providers, financiers, service providers, developmental institutions, government agencies, consultants, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Coal-based Power Generation in India (April 2011)

The “Coal-based Power Generation in India” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this segment.

The “Coal-based Power Generation in India” report has 16 distinct sections:

• Power Sector Overview
• Coal-based Power Sector Overview
• Key Recent Development
• Policy and Regulations
• Analysis of Existing Capacity
• Upcoming Coal-based Power Projects
• Domestic Coal Supply: Coal India Ltd
• Overseas Sources of Supply

  • Captive Coal Mining
• Ultra Mega Power Projects
• Merchant Power
• Cost Economics and Tariffs
• Environment Management
• Future Outlook
• Key Player Profiles
• Appendix

This report is indispensable for organisations involved with the energy sector – coal-based power producers,SEBs and electricity departments, technology providers, coal producers, coal importers, other fuel suppliers, other power producers, transcos and discoms, government and planning agencies, regulatory agencies, , equipment manufacturers,industrial consumers, policymakers, development institutions, research organisations,financiers and investors,legal and management consultants etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Solar Power in India 2011 (April 2011)

The 2nd edition of “Solar Power in India 2011” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The “Solar Power in India 2011” report has 19 distinct chapters. The report is divided into three sections:

Section A: Overall Sector Scenario

   - Renewable Energy Overview
   - Solar Power Overview
   - Key Recent Developments
   - Sector Size and Growth
   - JNNSM Update: Phase I and Beyond
   - Regulatory Framework
   - State Policies
   - Financing

Section B: Solar PV

   - Technology Overview
   - Existing Solar PV Projects Profiles
   - Upcoming Solar PV Projects
   - Off-grid Applications
   - Application in Telecom Sector
   - Global Experience
   - Profiles: Leading Developers and Equipment Suppliers

Section C: CSP/Solar Thermal

   - Technology Overview
   - CSP Power Projects
   - Global Experience
   - Profiles: Leading Developers and Equipment Suppliers

This report is indispensable for organisations involved with the energy sector – solar energy developers, conventional power producers, renewable energy development agencies, discoms/transcos, fuel producers and sellers, financial institutions, carbon fund managers, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, industrial consumers, policy makers, regulators, government agencies, research organisations, management consultants, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Road Development in India 2011 (March 2011)

The “Road Development in India 2011: Focus on Projects” report provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive review of the Indian road sector, with a focus on projects. It provides a detailed analysis of the policy updates and impact, financing trends, PPPs, government initiatives, project completions and awards, and future outlook for the road sector. It also provides detailed profiles of NHDP and state highway projects (at different stages of implementation) as well as of leading developers.

This comprehensive report has 4 distinct sections - Macro Analysis, Project Profiles, Developer Profiles and Appendix. It has 10 chapters:

• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Future Outlook
• Financing Road Projects
• Public-Private Partnerships

  • Key Central Government Initiatives
• NHDP Project Profiles
• State Projects
• Leading Developers
• Appendix

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved in the roads sector - road developers (public or private sector), civil contractors, equipment sellers, technology providers, financiers, service providers, developmental institutions, government agencies, consultants, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Infrastructure Finance in India (March 2011)

The report provides a detailed analysis of the trends and developments in the infrastructure financing sector in India. It provides a comprehensive coverage of the financing requirements, sources of financing, existing terms and structures, financing experience so far and the future outlook for the infrastructure sector. It also provides sector specific case studies and profiles of key financiers in the country.

This comprehensive report has 4 distinct parts- Macro Analysis, Debt Financing, Equity Financing and Financing by Sectors. It has 10 sections and 22 chapters:

• Overview
• Trends in Infrastructure Financing
• Key Government Initiatives
• Policy & Regulation
• Public-private Partnership
• Future Outlook
• Debt Financing
   - Commercial Banks
   - Non-Banking & Infrastructure Finance Companies
   - International Development Institutions
   - Export Credit Agencies
   - External Commercial Borrowings
   - Insurance & Pension Funds
  • Equity Financing
   - Private Equity
   - Capital Markets
• Financing by Sectors
   - Power
   - Roads
   - Ports
   - Airports
   - Urban Transport
   - Water Supply & Sanitation
   - Railway Financing
• Appendix

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with infrastructure. It is especially useful to infrastructure developers, infrastructure finance groups in commercial banks, national and international development agencies, institutional investors, policymakers and regulators, private equity firms, infrastructure funds, insurance firms, infrastructure sector specialists and legal firms.

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,367.
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Environmental Management in Infrastructure (March 2011)

The "Environmental Management in Infrastructure" report provides the very latest information and has 9 distinct sections:

• Overview
• Policy and Regulation
• Environment Management in Power
• Environment Management in Mining
• Appendix (Data & Statistics)

  • Environment Management in Ports
• Environment Management in Oil &Gas
• Environment Management in Roads and Highways
• Environment Management in Airport

The report is targeted at organisations that are developing or operating projects in infrastructure sectors such as mining, power, port, oil and gas, roads and airport. It will also be very useful for organisations working with infrastructure developers in the area of environment management. In addition, the report will be beneficial for policymakers, regulators, legal firms, development institutions, research organisations technology providers, equipment manufacturers and EPC contractors.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Oil & Gas Pipelines in India (February 2011)

The report on “Oil & Gas Pipelines in India” will provide the very latest information and will have 12 distinct sections (in addition to appendix):

• Oil & Gas Sector Overview
• Pipeline Overview
• Sector Policy and Regulation
• Pipeline Policy and Regulation
• Crude Oil Pipelines
• Product Pipelines

  • Gas Pipelines
• Future Pipelines
• City Gas Distribution Network
• Materials and Components
• Future Outlook
• Pipeline Operators’ Profiles (Key Operators)

The report will be indispensable for organisations involved with pipeline infrastructure development: pipeline operators, pipeline contactors, crude producers, natural gas producers, LNG suppliers, oil & gas marketers, oil refiners, city gas distributors, major industrial consumers (power plant operators, fertiliser manufacturers, steel manufacturers), ports and shipping businesses, equipment manufacturers, technology providers, contractors, service providers (drilling, etc.), industry analysts, consultants, financiers/investors, regulators, policymakers, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Ports in India 2011 (January 2011)

The 5th edition of “Ports in India” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The report provides the very latest information and has 412 pages and 14 distinct sections:

• Overview
• Maritime Agenda 2020
• Inter-Port Comparison
• Demand
• Policy and Regulation
• Financing
• Port Infrastructure
  • Private Participation and Opportunity
• National Maritime Development Programme
• Overview of Shipping
• Major Port Profiles
• Operational Private Port Profiles
• Private Ports Under Development
• Future Outlook

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with transportation sectors - rail operators, container leasing/handling firms, logistics firms, handling equipment providers, shipping lines, multimodal operators, freight forwarders, ICD operators, warehousing companies, major port trusts, minor ports, private port operators, maritime boards, state port departments, dredging companies, port IT providers, port service providers, road transportation companies private contractors, equipment & technology providers, government agencies, funding/development agencies, consultancy organisations, financial institutions and banks, insurance companies & equity analysts, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Railways in India 2011 (January 2011)

The third edition of “Railways in India” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

In the third edition of “Railways in India” report we have added six new chapters: Vision 2020, Railway Budget and Finances, Infrastructure Development & Opportunities, Rolling Stock, Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project and Intra-city Rail Transport. The other chapters are fully updated with the very latest information and has 14 distinct sections (in addition to the appendix):

• Overview
• Vision 2020
• Demand Analysis
• Railway Budget and Finances
• Infrastructure Development and Opportunities
• Rolling Stock
• Private Sector Experience and Opportunities
  • Container Train Operations
• Dedicated Freight Corridor Project
• Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor Project
• Intra-City Rail Transport
• Suburban Railways
• Future Outlook
• Profiles of Key Public Sector Players

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with transportation sectors - rail operators, container leasing/handling firms, logistics firms, handling equipment providers, shipping lines, multimodal operators, freight forwarders, ICD operators, warehousing companies, major port trusts, minor ports, private port operators, maritime boards, state port departments, dredging companies, port IT providers, port service providers, road transportation companies private contractors, equipment & technology providers, government agencies, funding/development agencies, consultancy organisations, financial institutions and banks, insurance companies & equity analysts, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 40,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 923.

 

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Power Equipment in India (January 2011)

The “Power Equipment in India” is a 280 page report with 11 distinct sections:

• Power Sector Overview
• Power Equipment Market Overview
• Policy and Incentives
• Demand Estimation (Generation Equipment)
• Supply and Production (Generation Equipment)
• Market Structure (Generation Equipment)


  • Demand Estimation ( T&D Equipment)
• Supply and Production (T&D Equipment)
• Market Structure (T&D)
• Company Profiles
• Appendix

The report is indispensable for any organization involved or considering involvement with the power sector – generators, transmitters, distributors, equipment manufacturers, technology providers, investors, industrial consumers, policymakers, regulators, government agencies, development institutions, research organisations, management consultants, legal firms, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 48,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,100.

 

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