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The picture shows the Siemens steam turbine SST-5000

Will India be next Hub for Thermal Power Equipment OEMs? Analysing the Business Case

Key Policies and Initiatives: Giving Thrust to domestic Manufacturing FDI Policy: 100% FDI is allowed under the automatic route in the electrical machinery sector, subject to all applicable regulations and laws (also applicable for Boiler, Turbine and Generator manufacturing). Delicensing Read More…

KNUTSFORD, UNITED KINGDOM - NOVEMBER 24:  Coal waits to be delivered from the yard of traditional coalman Ernie Lockett to homes for winter heating in Northwich on November 24, 2008 in Cheshire, England. Ernie, aged 64, has been a coalman since he was 15 and works alone on his Cheshire delivery round. Coal has seen a resurgence in use as other fuels, such as oil have seen a price increase and the fashion for solid fuel stoves has risen.  (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Intermittent Risks and Degree of Sensitiveness for Underground Captive Coal Block Already Allotted to Iron & Steel Sector

Underground Coal Block Mining and the Associated Sensitivity (Risks) There are three parameters namely operating cost, rate of production and capital expenditure which would govern the output cost of the coal at large and hence are considered most prone to Read More…

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Demand-Supply Outlook of LNG and Natural Gas in India : Tracking Opportunities w.r.t. LNG Terminals & Infrastructure Development

LNG in India – An Overview India has been on a constant economic growth path from past two decades and this rise is coupled with increased  energy consumption to thrust the fast  growing  economy.  Basis  India’s anticipated growth aspirations, it Read More…

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Macroscopic view of Supercritical BTG Market & Competition Structure in India , Understanding the ease of doing Business

Super critical BTG market structure in India is highly capital and technology intensive and is dominated by large OEM’s which typically can be split in following three segments : OEM’s (BTG Suppliers) with integrated offerings – BHEL, Alstom, Doosan, Dongfang Read More…

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Tracking Key Incentives for Heavy Equipment OEMs under MII (Make in India) Scheme

Advantage India: Unleashing Growth Drivers Demand Side Drivers: The power generation capacity in the country post witnessing sluggish rate from 2012-15 is gaining momentum and is expected to be at 14-15 GWs per annum, from 2016-17 onwards, signaling good prospects Read More…

Coalbed Methane Development India, An Alternative to CNG

Development of Coal bed Methane blocks in India: Evaluating an alternative to CNG

India, due to its northbound requirement of energy coupled with constantly depleting conventional sources of energy, is forced to hunt alternatives to stay abreast with its energy requirement. Since the inception of 21st century, in India intense importance has been Read More…

Risk and Degree of Sensitiveness for Underground Captive Coal Block Operations Allotted to Cement Sector

Intermittent Risks and Degree of Sensitiveness for Underground Captive Coal Block Already Allotted to Cement Sector

Underground Coal Block Mining and the Associated Sensitivity (Risks) There are three parameters namely operating cost, rate of production and capital expenditure which would govern the output cost of the coal at large and hence are considered most prone to Read More…

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Shale Gas, A Promising Unconventional Resource and Business Case for Service Providers & OEMs in India

Shale Gas – A Promising Unconventional Resource in India Given the global impetus on exploration of unconventional gas in order to meet the growing energy demand, India too recognizes the strategic importance of developing its shale gas resources. Shale gas Read More…