India energy month in brief: October 2015

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30 October 2015

India energy month in brief: October 2015

Report summary

In this October update, we explore the latest developments and themes happening across India's upstream, downstream, gas, coal and power sectors. Is it time for the government to reassess the gas price formula that it implemented last October? In the meantime, continued disappointments in domestic gas production means greater opportunities for LNG. We polled our audience in the recent India energy forums to find out how much regas capacity they expect India will have by 2025. We also explain why diesel vehicle sales have not performed as well as the gasoline-fuelled counterparts.

Table of contents

  • Weak upstream gas price fails to yield desired results after one year
  • More LNG regas capacity on the way
  • Diesel vehicle sales take a hit
  • Coal India divestment plan facing 'green' challenges

Tables and charts

This report includes 5 images and tables including:

  • India energy month in brief: October 2015: Image 1
  • Responses on expected LNG regas capacity by 2025
  • Retail diesel and gasoline prices (Delhi, Rs per liter)
  • Retail price difference (gasoline minus diesel)
  • CIL stock movement iin 2015 (INR / share)

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