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Damodar Valley CBM unconventional play

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25 January 2018

Damodar Valley CBM unconventional play

Report summary

The presence of thick, gassy coals close to energy intensive industry has made the Damodar Valley the most prospective area of India for CBM. The government awarded five blocks in the first CBM licensing round in 2001. Since then, progress has been slow. Bureaucracy, limited drilling services, and land and community issues have all challenged the progress of operations. Any gas produced should find a ready market.

Table of contents

  • Key facts
    • Commercialisation overview
    • Update messages
    • What to watch
  • Location maps
  • Timeline
  • Geology
  • Reserves and resources
    • Gas market
  • Infrastructure
    • Environment/regulation
    • Land access/permitting
    • Fiscal terms
    • Supply chain
    • Water procurement/disposal
    • Technology
  • Key companies
  • Economic assumptions
  • Economic analysis

Tables and charts

This report includes 10 images and tables including:

  • Key facts: Table 1
  • Damodar Valley map
  • Damodar Valley geological characteristics
  • Damodar Valley reserves and resources build-up
  • Reserves assumptions
  • Position of key companies
  • Economic assumptions: Table 1
  • Economic analysis: Table 1
  • Economic analysis: Image 1
  • Type well cash flow

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