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India energy: 2017 in review and what to look for in 2018

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17 January 2018

India energy: 2017 in review and what to look for in 2018

Report summary

2017 saw a slowdown in India's demand growth for oil products and imported LNG compared with recent years. This was a result of demonetisation in late 2016 and the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) in 2017. On the other hand, coal production continued to grow. Gas output increased after five years of decline but oil production dropped marginally. Solar and wind capacity additions continued while renewable power tariffs continued to fall. A concerted push for cleaner energy should dominate the agenda in 2018 and beyond.

Table of contents

    • Supply and demand:2016-2018
    • Import dependency trends for key commodities
    • India to double oil product demand growth in 2018
    • EV policy: will it take shape in 2018?
    • Is the growth in the power sector sustainable?
    • Coal: a year of two halves
    • To what extent will gas-fired generation grow in India?
    • More policy changes underway in the upstream sector
    • New players developing LNG regasification infrastructure at varying paces
    • Air pollution and environmental standards back in focus

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This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • All technical and commercial losses under UDAY
  • Average costs – average revenue under UDAY
  • Historical monthly gas generation and gas capacity in India

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