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Indias Infrastructure Imperative:Current Scenario
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India’s rapid economic growth over the last decade has placed tremendous stress on its limited infrastructure, bringing the shortage of infrastructure to the fore.

Report Classification: Research Report Tags: India's Infrastructure Imperative ,Oil & Gas,Global Oil & Gas Scenario,India Oil & Gas Overview,Regulatory Structure,Key Bodies Under The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas,New Exploration Licensing Policy ,Coal Bed Methane (CBM),Pipelines,Downstream: Refining,Downstream: LNG Terminals,Oil & Gas Production,Oil & Gas Projections in The XI Plan,Oil & Gas Projections in The XII Plan,Bargaining Power of Buyers,Bargaining Power of Suppliers,Threat of New Entrants,Threat of Substitutes,Internal Competition,Opportunities in Indian Oil & Gas Sector,Exploration and Production,Refining,Natural Gas,Power and New and Renewable Energy,Policy Framework in the Indian Power Sector,Installed Capacity in India,Capacity Additions During Various Plan Periods,Fuel-Wise Break-Up of the Indian, Power Generation Segment,Thermal Power,Hydro Power,Renewable Power,Nuclear Power,Electric Power Demand in India,Agriculture Category,Industrial and Commercial ,Power Supply Situation,Power Availability in Indian States,Transmission Network,Privatisation in Transmission,Power Distribution in India,Subsidy,Profitability of Power Distribution ,Transmission Companies,Distribution Companies,Fuel Scarcity,Irrational Tariffs and SEB Finances,Project Financing,Reform Challenges,State of Open Access,Industry Analysis,Bargaining Power of Buyers,Bargaining Power of Suppliers,Availability of Substitutes,Threat of New Entrants,Cargo Traffic at Indian Ports,Cargo Traffic at Major Ports,XI Plan Capacity Addition Targets & Achievements in Major Ports,Cargo Traffic at Minor Ports,Future Traffic Demand Scenario,Future Plans of Meeting Increased ,Traffic Demand at Ports,Public-Private Partnership in Ports Development,Driving Factors for PPP,Advantages of Public-Private ,Model of Port Development,Model Documents to Award Contracts,Status of Port PPP Projects,Development Plan of Non-Major Ports,Regulatory Framework and Policy Evolution,Increasing Scope of Minor Ports,Other Emerging Areas in The Port ,Tanker Segment,Bulk Segment,Container Ships,Coastal Shipping,Multimodal Transportation,Issues/Constraints Affecting ,Multimodal Transportation in India,Regulations in Shipping,Tonnage Tax Scheme,Draft Coastal Shipping Policy,Ship Building & Ship Breaking ,Ship Building,Ship Breaking,Shipping Corporation of India Ltd (SCI),Great Eastern Shipping Company Limited,Essar Shipping Ports & Logistics,Varun Shipping Company Limited,Mercator Lines Limited,Lack of A Clear Policy Approach,Manpower Shortage,Restrictive Fiscal Climate,Absence of Well-Integrated ,Transport Policy,Underdeveloped Coastal Shipping,Environmental Issues,High Port Calling Costs,Import of LNG,Increase Emphasis on Valueadded Services,Develop Ship Automation and Technological Capabilities,Port and Warehouse Management,Industry Analysis of the Maritime ,Transport Sector,,
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India’s rapid economic growth over the last decade has placed tremendous stress on its limited infrastructure, bringing the shortage of infrastructure to the fore. The approach paper to the Twelfth Five Year Plan envisages a growth of 9%-9.5% for the country in the years 2012-2017 admist a slowing global demand and an uncertain business environment especially in the Eurozone and the United States,two of India’s key trading partners. In such a cenario, the fulfillment of the country’s aggressive growth aspirations would depend on its ability to invigorate its domestic demand through investment, particularly in infrastructure projects and its ability to
provide a congenial business environment for all concerned players. The country needs to urgently accelerate the conceptualization and implementation of all its infrastructure development to enable planned growth.

The significance of India’s infrastructure deficit has not been lost on the policy makers in the country, a realization that has seen the investment in infrastructure going up from 5.7% of the GDP in the base year of the eleventh plan to around 8% of the GDP in the last year of the plan. The pace of investment has been particularly buoyant in some sectors, notably telecommunications, oil & gas  pipelines, while falling short of targets in electricity, railways, roads and ports. Efforts to attract private investment into infrastructure through the public-private partnerships (PPP) route have met with reasonable success, both at the Central and State government levels. A lot however still needs to be done to ensure that the need-gap is met.

Report Classification Research Report
Tags India's Infrastructure Imperative ,Oil & Gas,Global Oil & Gas Scenario,India Oil & Gas Overview,Regulatory Structure,Key Bodies Under The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas,New Exploration Licensing Policy ,Coal Bed Methane (CBM),Pipelines,Downstream: Refining,Downstream: LNG Terminals,Oil & Gas Production,Oil & Gas Projections in The XI Plan,Oil & Gas Projections in The XII Plan,Bargaining Power of Buyers,Bargaining Power of Suppliers,Threat of New Entrants,Threat of Substitutes,Internal Competition,Opportunities in Indian Oil & Gas Sector,Exploration and Production,Refining,Natural Gas,Power and New and Renewable Energy,Policy Framework in the Indian Power Sector,Installed Capacity in India,Capacity Additions During Various Plan Periods,Fuel-Wise Break-Up of the Indian, Power Generation Segment,Thermal Power,Hydro Power,Renewable Power,Nuclear Power,Electric Power Demand in India,Agriculture Category,Industrial and Commercial ,Power Supply Situation,Power Availability in Indian States,Transmission Network,Privatisation in Transmission,Power Distribution in India,Subsidy,Profitability of Power Distribution ,Transmission Companies,Distribution Companies,Fuel Scarcity,Irrational Tariffs and SEB Finances,Project Financing,Reform Challenges,State of Open Access,Industry Analysis,Bargaining Power of Buyers,Bargaining Power of Suppliers,Availability of Substitutes,Threat of New Entrants,Cargo Traffic at Indian Ports,Cargo Traffic at Major Ports,XI Plan Capacity Addition Targets & Achievements in Major Ports,Cargo Traffic at Minor Ports,Future Traffic Demand Scenario,Future Plans of Meeting Increased ,Traffic Demand at Ports,Public-Private Partnership in Ports Development,Driving Factors for PPP,Advantages of Public-Private ,Model of Port Development,Model Documents to Award Contracts,Status of Port PPP Projects,Development Plan of Non-Major Ports,Regulatory Framework and Policy Evolution,Increasing Scope of Minor Ports,Other Emerging Areas in The Port ,Tanker Segment,Bulk Segment,Container Ships,Coastal Shipping,Multimodal Transportation,Issues/Constraints Affecting ,Multimodal Transportation in India,Regulations in Shipping,Tonnage Tax Scheme,Draft Coastal Shipping Policy,Ship Building & Ship Breaking ,Ship Building,Ship Breaking,Shipping Corporation of India Ltd (SCI),Great Eastern Shipping Company Limited,Essar Shipping Ports & Logistics,Varun Shipping Company Limited,Mercator Lines Limited,Lack of A Clear Policy Approach,Manpower Shortage,Restrictive Fiscal Climate,Absence of Well-Integrated ,Transport Policy,Underdeveloped Coastal Shipping,Environmental Issues,High Port Calling Costs,Import of LNG,Increase Emphasis on Valueadded Services,Develop Ship Automation and Technological Capabilities,Port and Warehouse Management,Industry Analysis of the Maritime ,Transport Sector,
No. of Pages 374
Format Hard Copy
Date of Publication 2012-03-01