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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

Renewable Energy Finance in India (December 2013)

Airports Development in India-Trends, Outlook and Opportunities (November 2013)

Cost of Power for Industrial Users: Electricity, Fuel, Equipment (November 2013)

Biomass Power in India (October 2013)

Coal in India (October 2013)

Coal Based Power Generation in India (October 2013)

Construction Industry in India (September 2013)

Urban Bus Transport in India (September 2013)

Urban Rail Systems in India (September 2013)

Hydro Power in India (August 2013)

Logistics in India (August 2013)

Infrastructure Projects in Pipeline (July 2013)

Gas in India (July 2013)

Captive Power in India (July 2013)

Wind Power in India (June 2013)

Municipal Water 2013 (June 2013)

Sewage Treatment Market 2013 (June 2013)

Captive Coal Mining 2013: Sector Outlook and Project Opportunities (May 2013)

Solar Power in India 2013 (May 2013)

Municipal Solid Waste 2013 (May 2013)

Transmission in India 2013 (April 2013)

Distribution in India 2013 (April 2013)

Ports in India 2013 (March 2013)

Road Development in India 2013(March 2013)

Mining in India 2013: Policies, Players, Projects and Market Outlook (Feb 2013)

Railways in India 2013: Performance, Plans, Projects and Market Opportunities (Feb 2013)

Oil and Gas Pipelines in India (January 2013)


 
         
 

Renewable Energy Finance in India-Needs and Requirements, Sources and Options
(December 2013)

The report on Renewable Energy Finance in India will have ten distinct chapters:

  • Overview
  • Government Initiatives
  • Debt Financing
  • Private Equity and Venture Capital
  • Emerging Financing Instruments
  • Future Outlook
  • Focus on Wind
  • Focus on Solar
  • Focus on Small Hydro
  • Focus on Biomass

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033 for a Site Licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1533 for an Enterprise Licence.

The report along with the presentation in PDF format will be ready in December 2013.

 

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Airports Development in India-Trends, Outlook and Opportunities (November 2013)

The 2013 edition has three sections with 15 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix):


Section I -Sector Trends and Analysis

  • Overview
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • Size and Growth – Last Five Years (by airport)
 
  • PPP Experience at Metro Airports
  • Airport Financing
  • Airlines Overview
  • Future Outlook

 Section II - Investment and Market Opportunities

  • Existing Metro Airports
  • AAI Airports
  • Focus on Navi Mumbai
 
  • Other Greenfield Airports
  • Low-Cost Airports
  • Ancillary services

  Section III - Key Player Profiles

  • Airports Authority of India
  • GMR Infrastructure Limited
  • GVK Power and Infrastructure Limited
  • Larsen and Toubro Limited
 
  • CIDCO
  • Bengal Aerotropolis Projects Limited
  • Reliance Airports Developer Limited
  • Regional Airport-Holdings International

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

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Cost of Power for Industrial Users: Electricity, Fuel, Equipment: Trends and Future Projections (November 2013)

The first edition of the "Cost of Power for Industrial Users: Electricity, Fuel, Equipment: Trends and Future Projections" report. The report will take a detailed look at the cost of power for industrial users. With constantly rising energy costs, it is crucial for industries to review their power sourcing strategies and minimize their cost of power. This report will focus on the key sources of power for such users–grid, captive generation and trading market. It will track the historical trends, analyse current costs of power and make projections till 2016-17. The report will also discuss the trends and projections of fuel costs for coal, gas and liquid fuels. It will analyse the cost of renewable energy options including wind, solar and biomass. Trends in cost of equipment including turbines, boilers and DG sets and their future projections will be covered in the report.

The report will be divided into seven distinct chapters:

  • Cost of Power in Key Industries
  • Grid Power Tariffs
  • Cost of Captive Power Generation
  • Cost of Traded Power
  • Cost of Renewable Energy Options
  • Fuel Costs: Trends and Outlook
  • Equipment Costs

The report will be available along with a presentation in PDF format.

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033 for Site Licence (Single Location) and Rs 67,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1533 for an Enterprise Licence (Multiple Locations).


The report will be released in the last week of November 2013.

 

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Biomass Power in India (October 2013)

The report on "Biomass Power in India" focuses on the current status and future outlook of the segment in terms of project development, financing and regulatory framework. It provides a comprehensive assessment of fuel supply and logistics across the high biomass resource states, and cost and tariff trends. It examines the recent trends and developments in terms of equipment and technology innovations and analyses the market and investment opportunities. Detailed profiles of key biomass-based power developers and select projects are also covered in the report. These profiles highlight the key challenges being faced by the developers and the strategies being adopted by them to address the same.

The "Biomass Power in India" report will have 2 sections:

Section I: Overall Sector Analysis

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Policy and Regulatory Framework
  • Fuel Supply and Logistics
  • Cost and Tariffs
 
  • Equipment and Technology Basics
  • Financing
  • Off-grid Biomass
  • Future Outlook

 Section II: Projects and Developers

  • Key Project Profiles
  • Key Developer Profiles

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Coal in India (October 2013)

The sixth edition of the "Coal in India" report has 14 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Coal Supply Estimates
  • Demand
  • Key User Segments
  • Coal Price Trends
 
  • Policy Framework
  • Captive Coal Blocks
  • Coal Washing
  • Imported Coal Trends
  • Overseas Acquisitions
  • Future Outlook
  • Company Profiles – Coal Producers

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

There is a 15 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the "Coal in India" and "Coal Based Power Generation in India" reports. The two reports together cost Rs 76,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,767 for a Site Licence and Rs 114,750 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,617 for an Enterprise Licence.

The reports have three elements – Report (Presentation Format), Report (Traditional Format) and Data Set.

 

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Coal Based Power Generation in India (October 2013)

The third edition of the "Coal Based Power Generation in India" report has 18 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Power Generation Overview
  • Recent Developments (2012-13)
  • Existing Capacity Analysis
  • Upcoming Capacity Analysis
  • Fuel Supply Agreements
  • Coal Demand
  • Domestic Coal Supply
  • Overseas Sources of Supply
 
  • Coal Price Trends
  • Costs and Tariffs
  • Financing
  • Performance of Coal-based Generation Plants
  • Equipment Requirement
  • Supercritical Technology
  • Environmental Regulations
  • Future Outlook
  • Key Players

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

There is a 15 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the "Coal in India" and "Coal Based Power Generation in India" reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 76,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,767 for a Site Licence and Rs 114,750 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,617 for an Enterprise Licence.

The reports have three elements - Report (Presentation Format), Report (Traditional Format) and Data Set

 

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Construction Industry in India (September 2013)

The report is divided into two parts with sixteen chapters (in addition to the appendix):

Part I–Macro Analysis and Outlook

  • Overview
  • Key Recent Developments (2012-13)
  • Project Execution in 2012-13
  • Construction Industry Outlook
  • Contracting Market
  • Construction Materials (Cement, Steel and Others)
  • Equipment Industry Trends
  • Financing Needs and Challenges
Part II–Demand from Sectors
  • Highways
  • Ports
  • Power
  • Airports
  • Water Supply and Irrigation
  • Urban Transport
  • Railways

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Urban Bus Transport in India (September 2013)

The second edition of the "Urban Bus Transport in India" report will be divided into 10 distinct chapters:

• Overview
• Update on JNNURM
• Financing
• Revenue Analysis
• Fleet and Allied Infrastructure
  • Technology and Systems
• Outlook and Opportunities
• Key City Bus Service Providers
• Key BRTS Profiles
• Appendix

Key City Bus Service Providers: Ahmedabad Municipal Transport Services, Atal Indore City Transport Services Limited, Bangalore Metropolitan Transport Corporation, Brihanmumbai Electricity Supply and Transport Undertaking, Calcutta State Transport Corporation, Chandigarh Transport Undertaking, Delhi Transport Corporation, Kolhapur Municipal Transport Undertaking, Metropolitan Transport Corporation Limited (Chennai), Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited, Thane Municipal Transport Undertaking, Tamil Nadu State Transport Corporation, Modern City Bus Services.

Key BRTS Projects: Ahmedabad, Bhopal, Delhi, Hubli-Dharwad, Indore, Jaipur, Kolkata, Naya Raipur, Pimpri Chinchwad, Pune, Rajkot, Surat, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14% service tax) or USD 1,033 for a site licence and at Rs 67,500 (plus 14% service tax) or USD 1,533 for an enterprise license.

There is a 15 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the "Urban Rail Systems in India" and "Urban Bus Transport in India" reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 76,500(plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,767 for a site licence and Rs 114,750 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,617 for an Enterprise Licence

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Urban Rail Systems in India (September 2013)

The third edition of the "Urban Rail Systems in India" report will be divided into 12 distinct chapters:

• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Financing and PPP
• Sector Outlook
• Market Opportunities
• Rolling Stock
  • Signalling and Train Control
• Fare Systems
• Metro Profiles
• MRTS Projects
• Monorail Projects
• Appendix

MRTS Projects: Delhi Metro, Bangalore Metro, Kolkata Metro, Hyderabad Metro, Chennai Metro, Gurgaon Metro, Jaipur Metro, Kochi Metro, Mumbai Metro, Navi Mumbai Metro, Ahmedabad Metro,  Pune Metro, Chandigarh Metro, Lucknow Metro, Ludhiana Metro, Nagpur Metro, Bhopal Metro, Indore Metro

Monorail Projects: Mumbai Monorail, Kozhikode Monorail, Thiruvananthapuram Monorail, Delhi Monorail, Bangalore Monorail, Chennai Monorail

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There is a 15 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the "Urban Rail Systems in India" and "Urban Bus Transport in India" reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 76,500(plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,767 for a site licence and Rs 114,750 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,617 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Hydro Power in India (August 2013)

The ‘Hydro Power in India 2013’ report will present the key trends in the sector, including capacity addition and plans, costs, tariffs and the policy framework. The report will analyse the current and upcoming projects in detail and will focus on project performance across various parameters. It will also focus on the hydro power potential and opportunities in the northeast region as well as in the neighbouring countries. Based on the analysis, the report will present the outlook for the sector and the challenges involved. The report will also contain detailed profiles of key players in the hydro power sector in India.  

The “Hydro Power in India 2013” report will have 17 distinct chapters (in addition to appendix):

• Executive Summary
• Overview
• Recent Developments (2012-13)
• Sector Size and Growth
• Existing Projects Capacity Analysis
• Existing Plant Performance
• Analysis of Upcoming Projects
• Cost Analysis
• Tariff Trends
  • Financing
• Policy and Regulations
• State Initiatives (Himachal Pradesh, Jammu & Kashmir,
   Uttarakhand, arunachal Pradesh, Sikkim)
• Hydro Power in the Northeastern Region
• Analysis of Project Delays
• Opportunities in Neighbouring Countries (Bhutan, Nepal)
• Future Outlook
• Company Profiles

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

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Logistics in India (August 2013)

The 2013 edition of "Logistics in India" provides in-depth analysis of different logistics segments - freight transportation, warehousing and storage (including cold chain, ICD, CFS and FTWZ), express logistics, etc. It presents a comprehensive assessment of market opportunities and investment requirements of the sector for the next five years. In addition, it highlights the current and emerging technologies in the logistics space. The report analyses logistics requirements and outlook of key customer segments such as retail, FMCG, automobile, pharmaceuticals, agro-products and food processing, etc. It also provides detailed profiles of leading logistics service providers.


The report has six sections with 20 distinct chapters:


Section I – Overall Sector Analysis

  • Sector Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Market Opportunities and Investment Outlook

Section II – Freight Infrastructure

  • Road Freight
  • Rail Freight
  • Marine  Freight
  • Air Freight
  • Express Logistics

Section III – Storage Infrastructure

  • Warehousing
  • Cold Storage
  • FTWZs and Logistics Parks
  • Container Freight Stations and ICDs

 Section IV – Key Customer Segments

  • Automobile
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Retail
  • FMCG
  • Electronics
  • Agro Products and Food Processing

Section V – Focus on Technology

  • IT in Logistics

Section VI – Logistics Service Providers

  • Profiles of Leading Players – Public and Private

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Infrastructure Projects in Pipeline (August 2013)

The first edition presents a comprehensive view of the upcoming projects across eleven key sectors - power, oil and gas, coal, renewable energy, roads and bridges, ports, airports, railways, urban transport, water supply and sanitation, and waste management. The report provides in-depth analysis of the project pipeline by sector, state, promoter and contractor. It further segments the pipeline by key project development stages - projects announced, awarded, under construction and completed. The report also offers detailed profiles of the top 100 infrastructure projects in India. It provides projections on likely investments and capacity addition in different sectors, therefore highlighting market opportunities for different players in the infrastructure sector.

The report is divided into two volumes with four sections and has seventeen chapters:
 
Section I: Overview: Executive Summary and Overall Project Pipeline Analysis.

Section II: Project Pipeline Analysis by Sector: (Power, Oil & Gas, Coal, Renewable Energy, Roads & Bridges, Ports, Airports, Railways, Urban Transport, Water Supply & Sanitaion, Waste Management)
 
Each sector includes a separate chapter providing details on the overall project pipeline in terms of number of projects, capacity, investment size, pipeline by project stage,projects announced, projects awarded (PPP), projects under construction (expected completion in 2013-14 / 2014-15 / 2015-16),projects completed in 2012-13, outlook and projections.

Section III: Project Pipeline Analysis by State, Promoter, Contractor

Pipeline Analysis By Key States
(Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Bihar, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Kerala and North Eastern Region)

Pipeline Analysis By Key Promoters
(Key promoters such as NTPC, Jindal, Reliance, Tata, IL&FS, GMR, Lanco, Adani Group, GVK, Essar and IRB.)

Pipeline Analysis By Key Contractors
(Key contractors such as L&T, Punj Lloyd, NCC, HCC, IVRCL, Simplex, Ramky, Gammon and Shapoorji Pallonji.)
 
The overall project pipeline for each segment is covered in terms of number of projects by sector, capacity by sector, investment size by sector, pipeline by project stage, projects announced, projects awarded, projects under construction, projects completed in 2012-13, outlook and projections.

Section IV: Top 100 Infrastructure Project Profiles
 
Each project profile carries detailed information on sector, location, capacity, cost, promoter/share holder, concessioning authority, concession period, background and scope, ownership, PPP format current status, consultants, contractors, lenders, clearances, land acquisition status, financing details, actual/projected construction date, projected completion date, time delays, key milestones, future plans, etc
 
The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1033 .

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Gas in India (August 2013)

The latest edition of "Gas in India" report focuses on LNG as an option to meet the country's gas needs. There is an extended coverage of LNG, with chapters on LNG infrastructure in India, LNG sourcing options and global LNG scenario. It also focuses on the recent policy-related developments including pricing, production sharing contracts, etc. The report includes a comparative analysis of the Indian gas sector and rest of the world. It also provides estimates of the demand for gas from the key sectors over the next five years.

This 395 page report provides the latest information on the sector with 18 distinct chapters (in addition to the appendix):

  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Demand
  • Domestic Reserves  and Production
  • LNG Infrastructure in India
  • LNG Sourcing
  • Global LNG Scenario
  • E&P Policy
 
  • Gas Pricing Policy
  • Pricing Trends
  • Regulatory Framework
  • City Gas Distribution
  • Pipeline Infrastructure
  • Unconventional Gas (CBM & Shale Gas)
  • Comparative Analysis: India vs Rest of World
  • Future Outlook
  • Company Profiles

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 1,100 for a Site Licence and Rs 72,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,633 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Captive Power in India (July 2013)

The seventh edition of the "Captive Power in India" report has the latest information on the segment and is divided into two distinct sections:

Section I: Overall Sector Analysis

This section has 13 distinct chapters covering all relevant issues and concerns:

• Executive Summary
• Captive Power Overview
• Key Developments
• Total Installed Capacity Analysis
• Grid Power Tariffs
• Captive Power Economics
• Fuel Outlook
  • Captive Power from Renewable Sources
• Sale Options for Captive Power Generators
• Policy and Regulation
• Future Outlook & Demand Projections
• Key Industry Segments
• Illustrative Case Histories

Section II: Database of Captive Power Plants

This section has the most comprehensive database covering close to 3,000 captive power plants with information on:

• Company
• Location
• State
  • Sector
• Capacity (MW)
• Fuel Type

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, policymakers, technology providers, financiers, consulting/legal/research firms, etc.

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

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Wind Power in India (July 2013)

The third edition of the “Wind Power in India” covers the impact of the latest developments in the wind power segment in India. These include the revival of the generation based incentives and the discontinuation of accelerated benefits. It also covers the changing market structure with the arrival of large scale IPPs. State-wise developments and their impact have been analysed. Further, the key trends in the REC market (state-wise and participation-wise) have been covered in detail. The report also features the emerging trend of third party PPAs and the cost analysis of the same.

The report has sixteen chapters (in addition to the appendix):

• Executive Summary
• Renewable Energy Overview
• Wind Power Overview
• Analysis of Capacity and Potential
• Key Recent Developments
• Policy and Legal Framework
• Regulatory Framework
• State Government Initiatives
  • Financing
• Wind Power Economics: Costs and Tariffs
• REC Market
• Equipment and Technology
• IPP Developers
• Captive Power Producers
• Off-grid Wind Power
• Future Outlook

The report is priced at Rs 45,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,033 for a Site Licence and Rs 67,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,533 for an Enterprise Licence.
 
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Municipal Water 2013 (June 2013)

The first edition of the “Municipal Water 2013” report has three sections.

Section I: Provides a macro analysis of the municipal water sector in India
• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Policy & Regulatory Framework
• Review of the JNNURM
• Financing
  • 24x7 Water Supply
• PPP Experience and Opportunities
• Metering
• Market Outlook and Opportunities

Section II: This section covers more than 70 completed and under-implementation projects.Each profile covers project background and details, project size, total cost, sources of funding, implementing agency, contractor and developer details, current status and expected date of completion, etc.

Section III: Profiles of select water utilities includes city demographics, water supply coverage, source of water supply, tariff structure, user charges, key projects, financials, etc.The profiles for leading private players includes company overview, key projects, financial performance, recent initiatives, future plans, key contacts, etc .

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

There is a 15 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the "Municipal Water 2013" and "Sewage Treatment Market 2013" reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 76,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,767 for a Site Licence and Rs 114,750 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,617 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Sewage Treatment Market 2013 (june 2013)

The first edition of the “Sewage Treatment Market 2013” report has two sections.

Section I: provides an overall macro analysis of the sewage treatment segment with sections such as:

• Overview
• Recent Developments
• Policy & Regulatory Framework
• Impact of the JNNURM
  • Future Outlook
• National River Conservation Plan
• Financing
• Private Sector Participation

Section II: Sewage Generation and Network, Treatment Capacity: Analysis of STPs, Treatment Technologies, Energy from Sewage Treatment, Recycle and Reuse.
  • This section covers 50 projects –completed and under implementation. Each profile covers project background and details, project size, total cost, sources of funding, implementing agency, contractor details, current status, and expected date of completion, etc.
  • Profiles of Selected ULBs and Parastatals includes city demographics,sewerage network, sewerage collection efficiency, treatment capacity, key projects, financials, etc.
  • The profiles of leading private players includes company overview, key projects, financial performance, recent initiatives, future plans, key contacts, etc.

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

There is a 15 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the "Municipal Water 2013" and "Sewage Treatment Market 2013" reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 76,500 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,767 for a Site Licence and Rs 114,750 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,617 for an Enterprise Licence.

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Captive Coal Mining 2013: Sector Outlook and Project Opportunities (May 2013)

This report is focussed on the current state of captive coal mining in India. With domestic coal production not growing in tandem with the demand, and the volatility in global coal prices, captive coal mining presents an attractive opportunity. The "Captive Coal Mining 2013" report provides updated information on project profiles and the opportunities in the sector. The report presents the evolution of policy framework and its impact on the sector .It also provides information on the upcoming auctions (methodology, blocks on offer, time lines, etc).

The “Captive Coal Mining 2013” report has 11 distinct chapters:

• Coal Sector Overview
• Captive Mining Policy Frame work
• Captive Coal Mine Allocation & Production Trends
• Upcoming Auctions
• Economics of Captive Mining
• Mine Developers and Operators
  • Risk and Challenges
• Outlook
• Projects under Production
• Projects under Development
• Deallocated Blocks

The project profiles include details such as project background, the developer, estimated reserves, current status and expected date of commissioning (under development projects), etc.

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

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Solar Power in India 2013 (May 2013)

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

The “Solar Power in India 2013” report has the very latest information. It has 20 distinct chapters (in addition to Appendix):

Section A: Overall Sector Scenario

  • Executive Summary
  • Key Recent Developments
  • Sector Size and Growth
  • JNNSM Update: Phase II and Beyond
  • Regulatory Framework
  • Financing
  • Economics of Solar Power
  • Domestic Manufacturing
  • Focus on Off-grid
  • Future Outlook

 Section B: State Initiatives

  • Gujarat
  • Rajasthan
  • Karnataka
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Other States

Section C: Focus on Projects and Developers

  • Analysis of Solar PV Projects
  • Select Solar PV Project Profiles
  • Key Developer Profiles
  • CSP Project Profiles

The highlights of the 2013 edition of the "Solar Power in India" report are:

  • Detailed state-wise solar policy and investment analysis
  • Review of upcoming project capacities under state policies
  • Cost economics of solar power: Analysis of returns on capital; comparative analysis of RECs vs. preferential tariffs
  • Trends in domestic and external financing
  • Market opportunity for foreign manufacturers
  • PV project analysis by size, technology, state and tariff
  • Issues faced by CSP projects and commissioning schedules of CSP projects under Phase I
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Municipal Solid Waste 2013 (May 2013)

The “Municipal Solid Waste 2013” report focuses on the current and future (medium term and long-term) outlook of the sector in terms of policy and project development. It provides a comprehensive assessment of waste treatment and disposal requirement in Indian cities, and cover in details major projects. It also highlights the potential for waste-to-energy market in India.

The report has four distinct sections:

Section I: Macro Analysis

  • Municipal Solid Waste – An Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Municipal Solid Waste Rules
  • Review of JNNURM
  • Financing
  • Project Economics
  • Potential and Experience in PPP
  • Issues, Concerns and Challenges
  • Outlook and Opportunities
Section II: Segment Analysis
  • Collection and Transportation
  • Treatment and Disposal
  • Waste-to-Energy Potential
Section III: Key Project Profiles
  • Completed Projects
  • Under-Implementation Projects
  • Under-Bidding Projects
Section IV: Leading Player Profiles

This section covers profiles of leading player in Municipal Solid Waste. The profiles include company overview,  key projects, financial performance, recent initiatives, future plans, key contacts, etc.

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Transmission in India 2013 (April 2013)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of PowerLine magazine) has just released the "Transmission in India 2013" report.

The fifth edition of this report has three sections. Section A provides a macro analysis of the transmission sector in India.

  • Executive Summary
  • Network Size and Growth
  • Recent Developments
  • Grid Security and Stability
  • Interstate Comparison
  • Transmission and Evacuation Infrastructure for Renewable Energy
  • National Grid and Transmission Highways
  • Industry Structure
  • Private Participation
  • Regulatory Framework
  • Transmission Tariffs
  • Transco Finances
  • Investment and  Capital Expenditure
  • Technology Trends
  • Future Outlook
Section B provides detailed profiles 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.

Section C covers leading transmission projects under development or proposed with an investment over Rs 1 billion. Each profile includes project background and scope, key players, project cost and capacity, current status, and expected date of completion, etc. The number of projects covered is 101.

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

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There is a 10 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the "Transmission in India 2013" and "Distribution in India 2013" reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 86,400 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,953 for a Site Licence and Rs 129,600 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,913 for an Enterprise Licence.

 

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Distribution in India 2013 (April 2013)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of PowerLine magazine) has just released the "Distribution in India 2013" report.

The fifth edition of this report has two sections. Section A provides an overall analysis and overview of the power distribution sector in India with chapters on:

  • Executive Summary
  • Distribution Network
  • Recent Developments (Last 12 Months)
  • Interstate and Inter-discom Comparison
  • Discom Finances and Debt Restructuring
  • Investment and Expenditure Outlook
  • Equipment Requirement Projections
  • Update on R-APDRP
  • Policy and Regulatory
  • Focus on Distribution Franchise
  • Tariff Trends
  • Power Procurement
  • Future Outlook
Section B provides a detailed analysis of power distribution segment with profiles of 51 distribution companies by state. Each profile includes operational area, current infrastructure, operating and financial performance, trend in AT&C losses, and future plans including projects and capex, etc.

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

The report is priced at Rs 48,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,100 for a Site Licence (single location) and Rs 72,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,633 for an Enterprise Licence (multiple locations).

There is a 10 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the "Transmission in India 2013" and "Distribution in India 2013" reports. The two reports together will cost Rs 86,400 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 1,953 for a Site Licence and Rs 129,600 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,913 for an Enterprise Licence.

 

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Ports in India 2013 (March 2013)

The "Ports in India 2013" report provides the very latest information on the sector and most recent status of key programmes and projects. The report has four distinct sections:
 
Section I: Overall Sector Analysis

  • Sector Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Demand and Traffic Analysis
  • Interport Comparison
  • PPP Experience & Opportunities
  • Economics and Financing
  • Policy and Regulation
  • Emerging Areas of Growth
  • Focus on Coal
  • Update on Dredging
  • Overview of Shipping
  • Market Opportunities
  • Future Outlook
Section II: State-led Development

This section covers state economic review, port capacity trends, policy initiatives, and other trends in private participation, key projects and future outlook for the following states: Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu and West Bengal.
 
Section III: Key Port Profiles
  • Major Ports: Kandla Port Trust, Visakhapatnam Port Trust, Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust, Chennai Port Trust, Paradip Port Trust, Mumbai Port Trust, Mormugao Port Trust, Kolkata Port Trust, New Mangalore Port Trust, VO Chidambaranar Port Trust, Cochin Port Trust, Ennore Port Limited
  • Private Ports: Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited, Angre Port, Dhamra Port, Gangavaram Port, Gopalpur Port, Hazira Port, Kakinada Seaports Limited, Karaikal Port, Krishnapatnam Port, Jaigarh Port, Port of Pipavav
Section IV: Key Upcoming Projects
  • Projects at Major Ports (Expansion): Container Terminals, Dredging, Berths/Jetties, Port Connectivity
  • Private Port Projects (Greenfield): Under Implementation and Under Bidding/Planning*
*Under Implementation: Chhara port, Gujarat; Dholera port, Gujarat; Dighi port, Maharashtra; Kirtania port, Odisha; Machilipatnam port, Andhra Pradesh; Nargol port, Gujarat; Ponnani port, Kerala; Rewas port, Maharashtra; Vijaydurg port, Maharashtra; etc
*Under Bidding/Planning: Azhikkal port, Kerala; Beypore port, Kerala; Nagapattinam port, Tamil Nadu; Vansi Borsi, Gujarat; Vizhinjam port, Kerala; etc.

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Road Development in India 2013: 2nd Annual Subscription Package (March 2013)

The second annual subscription package on "Road Development in India 2013" has three elements:

  • Annual Research Report (PDF Format)
  • 11 Monthly Updates (PDF Format)
  • 52 Weekly Newsletters (PDF Format)

The 572-page report, Road Development in India 2013 is the most comprehensive study on the sector. It has four distinct sections:

Section I: Macro Analysis
Executive summary, sector overview, recent developments, update on NHDP, financing road projects, PPP experience, market opportunities, OMT and sector outlook.

Section II: Focus on States
Road Network Development by State Each state profile includes institutional set-up, policy and regulatory framework, current project portfolio, upcoming project awards and investment outlook.

Section III: Project Profiles
National Highways and State Project Profiles Each profile includes project scope, current status, key players, investment and financing details.

Section IV: Profiles of Leading Road Developers
Each profile includes background, project portfolio, recent initiatives, financials and future plans.

The monthly updates include summary of key new developments; analysis of major monthly trends, and policy and regulatory developments; latest status of key projects (NHDP/others); information on upcoming bids, contracts, tenders, new projects; key data and statistics; etc.

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

The package is priced at Rs. 100,000 (plus 14 per cent service tax) or USD 2,256.

 

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Mining in India 2013: Policies, Players, Projects and Market Outlook (February 2013)

The fourth edition of the "Mining in India 2013" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector in India.

The 2013 edition focuses on the top mining projects under development or proposed with an investment over Rs 1 billion. Each profile includes project background and scope, key players, project cost and capacity, current status, expected date of completion, etc. It also includes key profiles of leading mining companies providing information on their production trends, project announcement and initiatives, recent contracts, expansion plans, financial performance.

The “Mining in India 2013” report has four distinct sections:

Section I: Macro Analysis: Overview, Recent Developments, Policy Round-up, Performance of Mining (E&P) Companies, Equipment and Technology, Mining Industry Outlook

Section II: Trends in Key Minerals: Coal, Lignite, Bauxite, Iron Ore, Other Metallic Minerals and Non-Metallic Minerals. 
                                                                                    
Section III: Profiles of Leading Mining Companies: Each profile includes production trends, project announcement and initiatives, recent contracts, expansion plans, financial performance.

Section IV: Key Upcoming Mining Projects: Profiles of top mining projects under development as well as proposed with an investment over Rs 1 billion. Information includes project background and scope, key players, project cost and capacity, current status, expected date of completion.

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Railways in India 2013: Performance, Plans, Projects and Market Opportunities (February 2013)

The fifth edition of the "Railways in India 2013" report provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on this sector in India.

This edition of the report has four sections (in addition to the appendix):

Section I - Overall analysis of the railways sector:
Sector Overview, Financing, PPP in Railways, Passenger, Segment, Freight Segment, DFC and DMIC, Sector Outlook.

Section II - Segment Analysis And Opportunities:
Rolling Stock, Tracks, Railway Bridges and Tunnels, Signalling and Telecommunication, Safety, Stations and Terminals, High Speed Rail.

Section III: Project Profiles:
New Line Construction, Doubling, Gauge Conversion, Electrification and Others. (This section covers about 100 projects with a project cost of over Rs 3 billion. Each profile includes project scope, key players, project cost, project funding, key milestones, current status and completion status).

Section IV - Rail-Based Urban Transport:
Suburban Railways, Intra-city Transportation.

The appendix (Section V) has information on all Rail PSUs and other key data and statistics.

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Oil and Gas Pipelines in India (January 2013)

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

The 2012 edition focuses on the present and upcoming pipeline infrastructure in the country. It assesses the various segments including crude oil pipelines, product pipelines, gas pipelines and city gas distribution and also provides information regarding the size and growth, key operational pipelines and new projects in each of these segments. It covers economics of pipelines projects and tariffs. Detailed profiles of key pipeline operators are also included in the report.

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

• Executive Summary
• Sector Overview
• Key Recent Developments
• Policy and Regulation
• Crude Oil Pipelines
• Product Pipelines
  • Gas Pipelines
• City Gas Distribution
• Project Economics and Financing
• Future Outlook
• Market Opportunities
• Pipeline Operators’ Profiles

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