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Pressure on the new India government to revive the energy scene

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Report summary

Prime Minister Narendra Modi comes into office with immense expectations to revive a stumbling Indian economy. To achieve a sustained economic rebound, the NDA government have to act decisively to counter the energy deficiency that has inhibited the pace of industrialisation. India's energy situation is not caused by a lack of resources, but a lack of consistent, pro-market policies stifling the development of its coal and gas sectors.

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Table of contents

  • Energy sector overview
  • Increase coal production
  • Revive gas production
  • Better governance, consistent policies
  • Conclusion

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  • Pressure on the new India government to revive the energy scene: Table 1

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  • Total primary energy supply (2009 - 2013)
  • Coal availability (forecast vs 2013 actual)
  • Gas availability (forecast vs 2013 actual)
  • Raw coal production and imports (2005 - 2013)
  • Gas demand by sectors (2005 - 2013)

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