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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

Dredging in India (December 2012)

Bridges, Flyovers and Elevated MRTS Structures (December 2012)

Renewable Energy Development in India (December 2012)

Urban Rail Transport in India (October 2012)

Indian Power Equipment Market Outlook 2012-17 (October 2012)

Logistics in India 2012 (October 2012)

Construction in India 2012 (October 2012)

Hydro Power Projects 2012 (September 2012)

Coal in India 2012 (August 2012)

Tunnelling in India: Projects, Sector and Market Outlook (July 2012)

E-waste in India: Sector and Market Outlook (June 2012)

Investment Opportunities in Indian Infrastructure 2012 (July 2012)

Indian Gas Market 2012: Annual Subscription Package (July 2012)

Water and Wastewater in India 2012 (June 2012)

Coal-based Power Generation in India 2012 (May 2012)

Special Investment Zones: SIRs, PCPIRs, NIMZs (May 2012)

Solar Power in India 2012 (April 2012)

Power in India 2012 (April 2012)

Ports in India 2012 (March 2012)

Road Development in India 2012 (March 2012)

Nuclear Power in India 2012 (February 2012)

Private Equity Investments in Infrastructure (January 2012)

Mining Industry in India 2012 (January 2012)

Railways in India 2012 (January 2012)

Power Distribution in India 2012 (January 2012)

 
         
         
 

Dredging in India (December 2012)

The report "Dredging in India" provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The demand for dredging in India is growing, driven by investments in the maritime sector, the increasing size of vessels, mandatory requirement of at least 14 m draught level at major ports, and renewed focus on coastal and inland waterway transport. The ‘Dredging in India’ report provides a comprehensive assessment of dredging needs at Indian ports and covers in detail ongoing and planned capital and maintenance dredging projects. It highlights the recent trends and developments, and also analyses the market and investment opportunities for medium and long-term dredging requirement (till 2020).

The report is divided into four distinct sections:

Section A: Macro Analysis

• Overview
• Policy and Fiscal Framework
• Equipment Needs and Requirement
  • Funding of Dredging Projects
• Opportunities and Outlook
• Contract Practices

Section B: Dredging at Ports: Project profiles and Segment Analysis

• Dredging Requirements at Ports - An Analysis
• Key Completed Projects
  • Projects under Implementation
• Projects under Planning Stage

Section C: Dredging in Other Areas: Segment Analysis

• Dredging at Inland Waterways   • Dredging Needs in Other Areas (shipyards, oil & gas, etc.)

Section D: Key Player Profiles

• Fleet Size, Operational and Financial Performance, Project Portfolio, Future Plans, etc.

The report is available in PDF format along with a PowerPoint presentation.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,033 for Site Licence (Single Location) and Rs 67,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,533 for Enterprise Licence (Multiple Locations).

 

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Bridges, Flyovers and Elevated MRTS Structures (December 2012)

The report "Bridges, Flyovers and Elevated MRTS Structures" provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the bridge construction segment in India.

The report provides in-depth analysis across four segments - road bridges, railway bridges, urban flyovers and elevated MRTS structures. It provides outlook and projections up to 2016-17 for each of these segments. The report examines the growth in related markets such as equipment and materials, and also analyses the trends and developments in design, technology and O&M practices. It discusses the key issues and challenges in project management and construction of bridge projects.

The "Bridges, Flyovers and Elevated MRTS Structures" report has 9 distinct chapters:

• Overview
• Road Bridges
• Urban Bridges/Flyovers(focus on major cities)
• Elevated MRTS Structures
• Railway Bridges
  • Equipment and Material Requirements
• Bridge Design, Technology and O&M Practices
• Project Management and Construction Challenges
• Market Outlook

The highlights of the report are:

• Status of current key projects
• Information on upcoming key projects
  • Key trends and drivers
• Market outlook and projections (2012-17)

The report is available in PDF format along with a PowerPoint presentation.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,033 for Site Licence (Single Location) and Rs 67,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,533 for Enterprise Licence (Multiple Locations).

 

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Renewable Energy Development in India (December 2012)

The second edition of "Renewable Energy Development in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the renewable energy segment in India.

India is emerging as one of the fastest growing renewable energy markets. The country added 15 GW of renewable energy capacity during the Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007-12). As the power sector faces growing uncertainty with respect to the supply of “conventional fuels”, the government has set a more ambitious target to add 30 GW of renewable energy capacity in the Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012-17).

The new edition of this report has three sections.

Part A of the report provides a ‘macro view’ with separate chapters on:

• Industry Overview
• Policy and Regulation
• Financing
• Transmission and Evacuation Infrastructure
  • Renewable Energy Certificates
• Clean Development Mechanism and Carbon Markets
• Future Outlook

Part B of the report provides in-depth analysis of different renewable energy segments with separate chapters on:

• Solar Power
• Wind Power
• Small Hydro Power
• Biomass-based Power
  • Biofuels
• Off-grid Market
• Other Emerging Segments (Geothermal, etc.)

Part C explores the renewable energy potential in telecommunications sector, which is likely to be the biggest customer segment, especially for off-grid applications.

The report is available in PDF format.

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Urban Rail Transport in India (October 2012)

The second edition of "Urban Rail Transport in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The report has two distinct sections:

Section I, a new addition, covers the Market and Segment Analysis. It analyses, in detail, the segment size and growth, technologies in use or under consideration, key contacts and orders, future outlook and projections, key global trends and comparative analysis (global experience vs Indian scenario) for the following segments:

• Rolling Stock
• Signalling Systems
• Fare Systems
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
• Tracks
• Construction Opportunities

Section II provides detailed profiles (history, status, plans) of the various MRTS Projects, other rail-based transport projects and suburban rail systems.The section has the following projects:

  • Operational MRTS Projects: Bengaluru, Delhi, Kolkata
  • MRTS Projects under Construction: Ahmedabad, Chennai, Gurgaon, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, others…
  • Planned MRTS Projects: Bhopal, Chandigarh, Indore, Kanpur, Kochi, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Patna, Pune, Nagpur, others…
  • Other Rail Based Transport Projects: Bengaluru Monorail, Delhi Monorail, Kozhikode Monorail, Mumbai Monorail, Thiruvananthapuram Monorail, Kolkata Light Rail
  • Suburban Rail Systems: Chennai Suburban Railways, Delhi Ring Rail, Hyderabad Multimodal Transport System, Kolkata Suburban Railways, Mumbai Suburban Railways

The report is available in PDF format along with a PowerPoint presentation.

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Indian Power Equipment Market Outlook 2012-17 (October 2012)

The report "Indian Power Equipment Market Outlook 2012-17" provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The report is a realistic re-assessment of Indian power equipment market. It takes into account not just the official plans but also the previous track record, recent trends and developments, “external “ factors like economic growth, sector issues like fuel availability and discom finances, status of current projects and other key variables.

The report provides detailed information on:

• Power Sector Growth (overall)
• Boiler Turbine Generator Equipment
• Balance of Plant Equipment
  • Transmission and Distribution Equipment
• IT and IT-enabled Technologies and Services
• Renewable Energy Equipment

For each of the segments, the report provides a detailed analysis of:

• Market size
• Growth drivers
• Key consumer segments
• Technology trends
  • Order flow
• Demand projections
• Future outlook

The report is available in PDF format along with a PowerPoint presentation.

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Logistics in India 2012 (October 2012)

The fourth edition of "Logistics in India 2012" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the logistics segment in India.

The logistics industry in India has been growing at about 10 per cent. Expected increase in investment plans for infrastructure sectors of airports, roads, ports and railways ensures continued strong growth for the overall sector. The 2012 edition provides in-depth analysis of logistics segments covering areas of transportation, storage and warehousing (including ICD, CFS and FTWZ), express logistics, etc. The report presents a comprehensive assessment of investment requirement and opportunities of the sector. In addition, it explores market opportunities in upcoming segments such as logistics parks, reverse logistics, container logistics and project logistics etc. It also analyses logistics requirements and outlook of key customer segments such as retail, FMCG, automobile, pharmaceuticals etc.

The report has two sections with 14 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix):

Section I - Macro Analysis

• Logistics Sector Overview
• Key Recent Developments
• Investment Needs and Opportunities
  • New Market Opportunities
• Key Customer Segments (End-user Industry)

Section II – Logistics Segment Analysis

• Air Freight
• Road Freight
• Rail Freight
• Marine Freight
• Warehousing
  • Cold Storage
• Express Logistics
• Inland Container Depots and Container Freight Stations (ICDs and CFSs)
• FTWZ and Logistics Parks

The report is available in PDF format.

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Construction in India 2012 (October 2012)

The fourth edition of "Construction in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the construction sector in India.

The construction industry is India is growing at 10-12 per cent per year. The main driver of demand is infrastructure development. In the Twelfth Plan, infrastructure sectors will require construction projects worth $600 billion. The new edition of the construction report provides analysis of the current size, developments, trends, and the future growth potential of the industry as well as its ancillary segments. It also provides a detailed assessment of the demand from key infrastructure sectors like highways, power, ports and urban transportation.

The report provides the very latest information. It has 16 distinct chapters (in addition to appendix):

• Executive Summary
• Overview
• Recent Developments (2010-11 and 2011-12)
• Contracting Industry Overview
• Financing Needs and Investment Opportunities
• Construction Risks and Project Execution
• Key Trends in Construction Materials (Cement and Steel)
• Equipment Industry Trends
  • Manpower Needs and Availability
• Experience of Foreign Construction Firms
• Demand from Highways Sector
• Demand from Ports Sector
• Demand from Power Sector
• Demand from Airports Sector
• Demand from Water Supply And Irrigation
• Demand from Urban Transport

The report is available in PDF format.

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Hydro Power Projects 2012 (September 2012)

The report “Hydro Power Projects 2012 ” provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The report covers over 300 hydro power projects. It provides detailed profiles of over 50 projects under construction. It also provides key data on 90 projects under survey and investigation, and over 175 operational projects. The report provides an overview of the sector and focus on key recent developments in the areas of policy, investments, environment, etc. The report presents the future outlook based on the analysis of upcoming projects, and recent trends and developments.

The “Hydro Power Projects 2012” report is divided into 3 distinct parts:

Part A: Overall Sector Review:

• Executive Summary
• Hydro Power Market Overview
• Recent Developments
• Existing Projects Capacity Analysis
• Upcoming Projects Capacity Analysis
• Future Outlook

Part B: Hydro Project Profiles:

• Projects under Construction: Profiles (50+ projects)
• Projects under Survey and Investigation: Key Data (90+ projects)
• Operational Projects: Key Data (175+ projects)

Part C: Key Player Profiles:

• Profiles leading hydro players (20+ players)
• Each profile covesr assets including operational projects, market share, strategic moves, operational performance, financial performance, upcoming projects, future outlook, etc.

The report is available in PDF format.

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Coal in India 2012 (August 2012)

The fifth edition of "Coal in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on Indian coal sector.

The report on Coal in India 2012 focuses on the key recent developments and trends. It analyses the implications of the recent directive by the PMO to CIL to sign FSAs with customers. The report also discusses the impact of the MMDR Bill on the sector. It provides detailed coverage of captive coal mining, which is under the spotlight following the recent CAG report and deallocation of certain mines. The report also presents the key trends in demand, supply, pricing, transport infrastructure, imports, import sources and overseas mine acquisitions.

The "Coal in India 2012" report has 14 distinct sections:

• Executive Summary
• Industry Overview
• Key Recent Developments (2011-12)
• Analysis of PMO Directive's Impact
• Domestic Production
• Update on Captive Mining
• Import Trends and Sources
  • Overseas Mine Acquisitions: Analysis
• Consumption and Demand
• Coal Pricing Trends
• Transportation Infrastructure Development
• Future Outlook
• Company Profiles
• Appendix

The report is available in PDF format.

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Tunnelling in India: Projects, Sector and Market Outlook (July 2012)

The first edition of "Tunnelling in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the tunnel construction segment in India.

Tunnel construction in India has gained a lot of momentum in the last one year, which is driven by investments in key market segments such as railways, highways, water & sewerage, metro rail, and hydropower. The growth in the tunnelling segment is expected to accelerate over the next five years. Moreover, Indian industry is beginning to use modern technology for tunnel construction, creating a tremendous market opportunity for stakeholders.

The "Tunnelling in India" report provides a comprehensive project details and market assessment of business opportunity. It has 10 distinct chapters:

• Overview
• Tunnel in Hydro Power
• Railway Tunnels
• Road and Highway Tunnels
• Metro Rail Tunnels
  • Water and Sewerage
• Equipment Needs and Requirements
• Designs, Techniques, Materials and Technology
• Risks, Issues and Challenges
• Outlook and Opportunities

The highlights of the report are:

• Status of current tunnel projects
• Information on upcoming tunnel projects
• Key trends and driver
  • Key customer segments and players
• Market outlook and projections (2012-17)
• Case studies

The report is available in PDF format along with a PowerPoint presentation.

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E-waste in India: Sector and Market Outlook (June 2012)

The first edition of "E-waste in India: Sector and Market Outlook" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the e-waste segment in India.

As per the E-waste Management and Handling Rules 2011 which came into effect from May 1, 2012, it is now the producers’ liability for recycling and reducing e-waste. These rules apply to every producer, consumer or bulk consumer, collection centre, dismantler and recycler of e-waste involved in manufacture, sale, purchase and processing of electronic equipment or components.

This also creates a tremendous market opportunity for e-waste management service providers. The report provides a comprehensive market assessment of business opportunity for e-waste management and its outlook. It has 9 distinct chapters:

• Executive Summary
• Market Overview
• E-waste Rules
• Consumer Electronics and Electrical Equipment
• Telecommunication Equipment
  • Information Technology Equipment
• E-waste Imports
• Key Players
• Market Outlook and Projections

The report provides subscribers an understanding of:

• Impact of e-waste rules and regulatory requirements
• Current market size
  (e-waste generation by segment/source)
• Key segment trends and drivers
• Future outlook and projections
• Costs and revenues
  • Current practice -
  recycling, recovery, disposal
• Key players
 (manufacturing and service providers)
• Capacity needs and potential

The report is available in PDF format.

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Investment Opportunities in Indian Infrastructure 2012 (July 2012)

The third edition of "Investment Opportunities in Indian Infrastructure" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date analysis of investment opportunities in the infrastructure sector.

The "Investment Opportunities in Indian Infrastructure 2012" has three sections and 15 distinct chapters. The report covers the following investment types:

• Project Equity Investments
• Private Equity Investments (Listed and Unlisted)
• Listed Infrastructure Funds
  • Unlisted Infrastructure Funds
• Initial Public Offerings
• Debt

It also provides analyses of opportunities in the following infrastructure sectors:

• Power
• Oil and Gas
• Aviation
• Highways
• Ports
  • Telecom
• Urban Infrastructure (Water, Waste Management and Transportation)
• Railways
• Logistics

The report is accompanied by a CD containing a database of key upcoming infrastructure projects.

This report is indispensable for any organisation considering investment in infrastructure sectors in India. It is especially useful to institutional investors, private equity firms, asset and fund managers, insurance firms, infrastructure funds, infrastructure finance groups in commercial banks, infrastructure sector specialists, financial analysts covering infrastructure sectors, etc. It is also beneficial to finance managers in infrastructure sector firms.

The report is available in PDF format.

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Indian Gas Market 2012: Annual Subscription Package (July 2012)

In response to customer demand/need for continuing information updates on developments in the gas sector in India, India Infrastructure Research has just released a special product package.

This special package has three elements:

• Annual Research Report
• 11 Monthly Updates
• 52 Weekly Newsletter

The 387-page “Indian Gas Market 2012” report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date study of the sector, has 16 distinct chapters:

• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Demand for Gas
• Domestic Reserves and Discoveries
• Domestic Production
• Global LNG Scenario
• LNG in India
• Shale Gas
  • Coal Bed Methane
• Policy and Regulations
• Pricing Trends
• City Gas Distribution
• Pipelines Infrastructure
• Future Outlook
• Company Profiles
• Appendix

The monthly updates include:

• Summary of Key News Developments
• Analysis of Major Monthly Trends (production, imports, investments, market developments)
• Price Trends (LNG, CGD in key cities)
• Analysis of Policy and Regulatory Developments (upstream and downstream)
• Upcoming Bids, Contracts, Tenders etc.
• Key Data and Statistics

The weekly newsletters include the updated news regarding the Indian gas sector in the upstream and downstream segments. The newsletter provides the latest information in policy, regulation, investments, contracts and orders, and corporate developments in the following areas: E&P, LNG, Pipelines and CGD.

The report is available in PDF format.

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Water and Wastewater in India 2012 (June 2012)

The report “Water and Wastewater in India 2012” provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

Section I - Macro Analysis

• Executive Summary
• Key Recent Developments (in the past 12 months)
  • Demand and Supply Sources
• Future Outlook

Section II – Municipal Water and Wastewater Segment

• Size and Growth
• Government Initiatives
• Financing
  • PSP Experience
• Key Project Profiles
• Service Level Benchmarks-An Analysis

Section III – Industrial Water and Wastewater Segment

• Size and Growth
• Policy and Framework
• Industrial Wastewater
  • Desalination Industry
• Key Project Profiles

The 2012 edition highlights the:

• Developments over the Eleventh Five Year Plan period.
• Recent government policies, programmes and their likely impact on the sector.
• Existing / future water demand and water availability for the municipal and industrial segments.
• Key project profiles across the municipal and industrial segments.
• Opportunities in the expanding desalination segment (municipal and industrial).

The report is available in PDF format.

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Coal-based Power Generation in India 2012 (May 2012)

The second edition of "Coal-based Power Generation in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector.

The “Coal-based Power Generation in India” report has 17 distinct sections (in addition to the appendix):

• Executive Summary
• Power Generation Overview
• Key Recent
• Developments(past one year)
• Existing Coal-based Capacity Analysis
• Upcoming Project Profiles
• UMPP Profiles
• Coal Demand
• Domestic Coal Supply (CIL & Captive)
  • Overseas Source of Supply
• Coal Transportation Infrastructure
• Competitive Bidding and Tariff
• Financing Experience
• Equipment Requirements
• Environment Management
• Future Outlook
• Player Profiles
• Appendix

The report is available in PDF format.

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Special Investment Zones: SIRs, PCPIRs, NIMZs (May 2012)

The report “Special Investment Zones: SIRs, PCPIRs, NIMZs” provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on special investment zones in India.

This report has two sections. The first section provides a macro view and has seven distinct chapters:

• Executive Summary
• Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor
• National Investment and Manufacturing Zones
• SIR Development
  • PCPIR Development
• SEZ Experience
• Future outlook

The second section provides detailed profiles of each proposed and operational special investment zone, grouped by state. Each profile will provide detailed information regarding salient features, current status, key milestones, investment opportunities, land availability, infrastructure requirements and offerings, development agencies, etc.

The report is indispensable to any organisation involved with or interested in investment zones - policy-makers and regulators, infrastructure development agencies, real estate developers, existing special investment zone operators, potential special investment zone tenants, infrastructure providers, potential developers, financial institutions, legal consultants, industrial and infrastructure development agencies, institutional and other investors, management consultants, etc.

The report is available in PDF format.

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Solar Power in India 2012 (April 2012)

The third edition of "Solar Power in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study of the solar power sector in India.

The 470 page “Solar Power in India 2012” report has the very latest information. It has 19 distinct chapters (in addition to appendix):

Section A: Overall Sector Scenario

• Executive Summary
• Key Recent Developments
• Sector Size and Growth
• JNNSM Update: Phase I and Beyond
• Off-Grid Applications
  • Regulatory Framework
• State Policies and Initiatives
• Financing
• Economics of Solar Power
• Future Outlook

Section B: Solar PV

• Existing Solar PV Power Projects Profiles
• Upcoming Solar PV Projects
• Solar PV Manufacturing
  • Global Experience
• Company Profiles

Section C: CSP/Solar Thermal

• CSP Power Projects
• CSP Manufacturing
  • Global Experience
• Company Profiles

The highlights of the 2012 edition of the "Solar Power in India" report include:

• Detailed review of projects bid so far under JNNSM (including the latest batch-II of the first phase)
• New state policies for solar power and a review of upcoming projects under state policies
• Cost economics of solar power: Analysis of returns on capital; comparative analysis of
  RECs vs. preferential tariffs
• Manufacturing/supply chain for PV and CSP technologies
• Import options in solar power - both solar PV and CSP
• Profiles of recent entrants - both developers and technology providers in the solar power sector

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Power in India 2012 (April 2012)

The fifth edition of "Power in India" report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date review of the power segment in India.

The "Power in India" report has the latest information with 14 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix):

• Executive Summary
• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Policy Framework
• Regulations and Regulatory Review
• Financing
• Central Government Programmes

  • Future Outlook
• Power Generation
• Captive Power
• Renewable Energy
• Power Transmission
• Power Distribution
• Power Trading

The report helps you:

• Understand the state of the sector and key segments
• Assess the impact of key recent developments
• Analyse key sector trends and drivers
  • Understand main issues and challenges
• Identify investment and market opportunities

The report is indispensable for any organisation involved with the power sector - power generation, power transmission, power distribution, equipment manufacturers, technology providers, investors, industrial consumers, policymakers, regulators, government agencies, development institutions, research organisations, management consultants, legal firms, etc.

The report is available in PDF format.

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Ports in India 2012 (March 2012)

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

The “Ports in India 2012” report provides the very latest information on the sector and most recent status of key programmes and projects. The report has two sections and 16 distinct chapters (in addition to appendix):

Section I - Sector Analysis

• Sector Overview
• Recent Developments (past 12 months)
• Demand and Traffic Analysis
• Interport Comparison
• PPP Experience
• New PPP Opportunities
• Economics and Financing
  • Policy and Regulation
• Container Infrastructure
• Overview of Shipping
• Dredging
• Port Connectivity (Rail and Road)
• Future Outlook

Section II - Key Port Profiles

• Major Ports
• Operational Private Ports
  • Upcoming Private Ports

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Road Development in India 2012 (March 2012)

The “Road Development in India 2012” report provides the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on this sector.

This special package has three elements:

- Annual Research Report
- 11 Monthly Updates
- 52 Weekly Newsletter

The report has 300 pages and 12 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix):

• Executive Summary
• Sector Profile
• Recent Developments(past 12 months)
• Update on Government Projects
• Financing Requirement and Experience
• PPP Experience and Opportunity

  • Operation, Maintenance and Tolling
• Market Opportunities
• Future outlook
• NHDP Project Profiles
• State Project Profiles
• Key Player Profiles

The monthly updates include:

• Summary of Key News Developments
• Analysis of Key Trends
• Latest Status of Key Projects (NHDP/others)
  • Information on New Projects
• Analysis of New Policy Developments
• Key Data and Statistics

The weekly newsletters include news developments in the Indian road sector relating to policy, projects and developers; NHDP and other programmes; construction contracts; loans and investments; mergers and acquisitions; etc.

The report is available in PDF format.

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Nuclear Power in India 2012 (February 2012)

The "Nuclear Power in India" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the sector in India.

This comprehensive and insightful 362 page report provides the latest information on the nuclear power sector including the key developments in the past 2 years. The report analyses the post-Fukushima environment and its impact on the nuclear power industry, including the policy, regulatory and technological changes. It also looks at the impact of civil nuclear liability law on international collaboration for India’s nuclear power plants. The report also presents the key industry trends including capacity addition, upcoming projects, operational performance of existing plants and fuel availability. Key players in the supply chain, their current role and future plans are also profiled in the report.

The report has 15 distinct chapters:

• Executive Summary
• Generation Sector Overview
• Nuclear Power Overview
• Recent Developments
• International Nuclear Framework
• Indian Legal and Regulatory Framework
• Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited
• Fuel Trends and Outlook
  • Global Nuclear Power Scenario
• Fukushima Disaster - Global Impact
• Future Outlook
• Operational Power Plants Profile
• Upcoming Power Plant Profiles
• Key Player Profiles
• Appendix

The report is available in PDF format.

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Private Equity Investments in Infrastructure (January 2012)

The first edition of “Private Equity Investments in Infrastructure- Analysis of Indian Market ” report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the private equity sector in India.

In recent years, India has experienced a major increase in PE Investments. India is gradually being recognized as an attractive destination for PE investors. This insightful 225-page report provides a detailed analysis of the trends and developments in private equity investment in the infrastructure sector. It includes a comprehensive coverage of the PE experience over the past five years (in terms of investments, risks and returns, successes and failures, etc.) as well as separately focuses on the current perception of PE investors in the context of the ongoing global recession. It highlights the regulatory and policy issues for PE investments with respect to restrictions on inflow of foreign private equity, taxation concerns, exit options, etc. The report also focus on sector-specific PE trends and examine key case studies from power, roads, ports, urban infrastructure, construction and ancillary infrastructure sectors.

The report has 3 sections with 16 distinct chapters:

Section I - Macro Analysis

• Overview
• Current PE Scenario (2011-12)
• Policy Evolution of PE in India
  • Regulatory Environment
• PE Experience so Far
• PE Outlook in India

Section II - PE Investments by Type

• PE in Unlisted Companies
• Private Investment in Public Equity
  • Project Equity

Section III - PE Investments by Sector

• Roads
• Power (Conventional)
• Urban Infrastructure
• Construction
  • Power (Renewable)
• Ports
• Ancillary Infrastructure

The report is available in PDF format.

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Mining Industry in India 2012 (January 2012)

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

The upcoming edition of the report assumes greater importance due to significant changes that have taken place during the last 12 months. It discusses in depth the highly topically "burning" issues of the sector like New Mines & Mineral Development & Regulatory Bill, Environmental Issues & MNCs experience with Mining.

This 300-page has 18 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix). The report is divided into three sections:

Section I: Macro Analysis

• Overview
• Recent Development(past 12 months)
• New Mines & Minerals Development & Regulation Bill
• Environmental Issues
  • MNCs Experience with Mining
• Infrastructure Requirements
• Equipment & Technology
• Mining Industry Outlook

Section II: Trends in Key Minerals

• Coal
• Lignite
• Bauxite
  • Iron Ore
• Other Metallic Mineral
• Non-Metallic Minerals

Section III: Trends in Key Metals

• Aluminum
• Refined Copper
  • Steel
• Lead & Zinc Metal

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Railways in India 2012 (January 2012)

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

The "Railways in India" report has five sections and 320 pages. It has 17 distinct chapters (in addition to appendix):

Section I - Macro Analysis

• Executive Summary
• Sector Overview
• Railway Finances
  • PPP Experience and New Opportunities
• Update on Vision 2020
• Future Outlook

Section II - Demand Analysis

• Passenger Segment
  • Freight Segment

Section III - Opportunities in Railways

• Fixed Infrastructure
• Requirement of Rolling Stock
  • Signalling and Telecommunication
• Other Key Requirements

Section IV - DFC and DMIC

• Dedicated Freight Corridor
  • Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor

Section V - Other Rail Transport

• Intra-city Rail Transport
• Suburban Railways
  • Key Rail Organisations
• Appendix (Data and Statistics)

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Power Distribution in India 2012 (January 2012)

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

The “Power Distribution in India 2012” report has two sections divided in two volumes. Section A provides an overall country-level analysis of distribution sector in India with chapters such as:

• Executive Summary
• Network Size and Growth
• Recent Developments
• AT&C Losses
• Industry Structure
• Update on R-APRDP
• Utility Finances
• Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • Private Sector Participation
• Traiff Trends
• Power Procurement
• Metering
• Interstate Comparison and Analysis
• Investment and Expenditure
• Future Outlook

Section B provides a detailed analysis of power distribution with profiles of 53 distribution companies by state. Each profile will include the overall state power scenario, organisational structure, operational area of individual discoms in the state, current infrastructure, operating and financial performance, historical and current AT&C losses, future plans including projects and capex, etc.

The report is available in PDF format.

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 purchase of two reports- "Power Transmission in India 2011" and " Power Distribution in India 2012".

 

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