India will remain a predominant growth driver in the seaborne coal markets in the long term. The country’s economic outlook remains buoyant, which will correspondingly drive the growth in energy consumption along with infrastructure developments. Total power generation and crude steel production, driven by coal, will grow by 53% and 70%, respectively, by 2033. India’s environmental commitments remain very robust. So, how will India’s coal market respond to climate change mitigation pressures? Read our latest investment horizon outlook for our views on: • How will coal’s share change in the power sector? • Will the decarbonization efforts pressurise coal demand from the steel sector? • How will commercial coal mining program shape the future of domestic coal supplies? • What is the outlook of India’s seaborne coal imports? • Will logistical infrastructures be able to keep pace with the growth in coal demand?