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India's upstream industry - at a policy crossroads

India's upstream industry - at a policy crossroads

Report summary

As India's new government reviews upstream policies, it should not lose sight that the attractiveness of India's fiscal offering is not the main reason for stagnating foreign investment within the sector in recent years.  Rather, it's the slow-decision making process and bureaucracy which has played a larger part in inhibiting investment. Speeding up the approval process, empowering the upstream regulator and improving inter-ministerial alignment would increase India's investment reputation.

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  • Executive summary
    • Introduction
  • Exploration in Mining Leases
    • Separate ring fence could impede development
  • Extension of PSCs for fields offered under the small and medium fields bid round
  • Future licensing rounds and contract structure
    • Open Acreage Licensing Policy (OALP)
  • The way forward

In this report there are 9 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Exploration in Mining Leases
    • Discoveries (2009-2013)
    • 2013 discoveries by licence type (mmboe)
    • 350 mmboe deepwater gas condensate field
    • 200 mmboe deepwater gas condensate field
  • Extension of PSCs for fields offered under the small and medium fields bid round
    • Production impact
    • Net cash flow RJ-ON-90/1
    • Net cash flow PMT
  • Future licensing rounds and contract structure
    • D6 Area cashflow split under PSC terms
    • Comparison of contractor and government take NPV for a shallow water oil field
  • The way forward
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