Coal Import Outlook 2025: Strategizing Coal Supply for India

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In India, the domestic coal supply and demand gap has increased by a CAGR of 30 percent over the last five years. This glaring gap has forced end-users to rethink their coal sourcing strategies to meet their requirement.This report will act as a base document for all the stakeholders using imported coal as it analyzes the institutional and regulatory structure of major coal exporting destinations, factors impacting coal prices in the global market, port infrastructure for coal movement, major sectors restoring to imports and future coal demand in India. For further details, please visit http://www.infraline.com/Reports.aspx?id=301&tlt=Coal-Import-Outlook-2025-Strategizing-Coal-Supply-for-India&sl=Business%20Report%20Series

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Coal Import Outlook 2025: Strategizing Coal Supply for India

  1. 1. InfralineEnergy Publications TM Solution Driven Coal Imports Outlook 2025: Strategizing Coal Supply for India
  2. 2. In India, the domestic coal supply and demand gap has increased by a CAGR of 30 percent over the last five years. This glaring gap has forced end-users to rethink their coal sourcing strategies to meet their requirement. Considering the limitation in availability of domestic coal supply from FSAs and E-auction, the only favorable option left with coal consumers is import. The prices in the global coal market are volatile and presently are under downward pressure due to oversupply conditions (as shown in figure). As per IEA, India is expected to become largest importer of coal by early 2020. Coal Imports Outlook 2025 Key Highlights ƒƒ Coverage on International coal market ƒƒ Coal import trends in India and analysis ƒƒ Major coal exporting nations: ŠŠ Regulatory and institutional analysis ŠŠ FDI Framework ŠŠ Key statistics- Production, domestic consumption and exports ŠŠ Past price trends and factors impacting coal prices, etc. ƒƒ Insight to Port infrastructure (Existing and upcoming): ŠŠ International coal exporting terminals ŠŠ Indian coal importing ports ƒƒ Plant head cost comparison - domestic vs. imported coal ƒƒ Future Coal Import scenario - 2025 Key Questions Answered ƒƒ Which are the key coal importing and exporting nation globally? ƒƒ What is the status of Indian ports for coal import boom ? ƒƒ What are the future plans of international coal export terminals? ƒƒ Which are the existing and potential coal sourcing destinations? ƒƒ What is the policy and regulatory setup for coal in coal exporting nations? ƒƒ What are the factors impacting coal prices in the global market? For Sales & Support For Research & Consulting Ravinder Nagar ravinder.nagar@infraline.com +91 11 46250027 +91 9873422453 Isha Gakhar isha.gakhar@infraline.com +91 11 43509481 Figure: PESTEL Analysis of Coal Washery Industry 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 Australia HBA, Indonesia South Africa Colombia Central Appalachia, USA Global Thermal Coal Price Trends (in USD/Ton) This report will act as a base document for all the stakeholders using imported coal as it analyzes the institutional and regulatory structure of major coal exporting destinations, factors impacting coal prices in the global market, port infrastructure for coal movement, major sectors restoring to imports and future coal demand in India.
  3. 3. Executive Summary 1. Global Coal Outlook ƒƒ Reserves ƒƒ Coal Export Import ƒƒ International Price and Indices ƒƒ Major Coal Importers ƒƒ Coal Demand-Supply ƒƒ Sources for Import 2. Coal Sourcing Destinations ƒƒ Key Countries for Imported Coal Sourcing ƒƒ Country wise Analysis ƒƒ Regulatory and Institutional Setup ƒƒ FDI Framework ƒƒ Entry Modes- JV, Lease or Buyouts ƒƒ Coal Prices ƒƒ Coal Exports to India ƒƒ Key Statistics and Future outlook- Production, Domestic Demand and Exports ƒƒ Factors Impacting Coal Prices ƒƒ Upcoming Coal Sourcing Destinations 3. Ports Infrastructure ƒƒ Major Coal Exporting Ports ƒƒ Existing Capacity ƒƒ Expansion Plan ƒƒ Coal Importing Ports- India ƒƒ Commodity wise Traffic ƒƒ Major Coal Importing ports ƒƒ Coal Handling Capacity ƒƒ Number of Berths ƒƒ Average Turn-Around Time ƒƒ Coal Traffic Handled ƒƒ Road and Railway Connectivity ƒƒ Future Expansion Plan ƒƒ Freight Rates on Major Shipping Routes ƒƒ Vessel wise ƒƒ Route wise 4. Domestic Coal Market in India ƒƒ Coal in India’s Energy Mix ƒƒ Coal Potential- Reserve and Spread ƒƒ Demand-Supply Trends ƒƒ Coal Supply ƒƒ Captive ƒƒ Non-Captive ƒƒ Coal Distribution ƒƒ Fuel Supply Agreement ƒƒ E- auction ƒƒ Factors Dampening Domestic Coal Supply ƒƒ Coal Crisis Affecting Key Sectors ƒƒ Dependence on Imported Coal ƒƒ Demand-Supply Imbalance ƒƒ Quality Issues 5. Imported Coal Market in India ƒƒ Geographical Mapping of Coal Imports ƒƒ Coal Import Trends ƒƒ Type of Coal ƒƒ Type-wise Quantity ƒƒ Landing Port ƒƒ Port-wise Sourcing Country ƒƒ Port-wise Major Importers 6. Comparative Analysis- Domestic vs. Imported Coal Price ƒƒ Plant Head Cost Comparison 7. Indian Coal Imports- Future Outlook ƒƒ Sector wise Coal Demand-Supply Gap ƒƒ Factor Impacting Global Coal Prices ƒƒ Factors Impacting India’s Coal Imports ƒƒ Strategies for Coal Sourcing from International Market Draft Contents & Coverage
  4. 4. For more details, visit http://store.infraline.com Pricing Options Payment through Cheques / Demand Draft: Payment should be made in favour of ‘Infraline Technologies(India) Private Limited’ through Cheques / DD payable at New Delhi (or ‘at Par’ cheques) and send it to thebelow mentioned address. For Payments in Foreign Currency Through Wire Transfer: The wire transfer instructions are available at http://www.infraline.com/ WreTransferlnstructions.htm Through Credit Card: We accept Visa, Master, Amex Cards and all major Net Banking cards. Additional 7% Gateway processing charge applicable along with additional shipping/courier charges. 14th Floor, Atmaram House, 1, Tolstoy Road, Connaught Place,New Delhi- 110001, India Tel +91 11 4625 0027 (D), 46250000, Fax +91 11 46250099 Email ravinder.nagar@infraline.com, rs@infraline.com Pricing Options Report - Hard Copy (courier charges extra for international clients) 35,000 Report - E-copy (Single User License) 30,000 +12.36% service tax Report - E-copy (Corporate License) 2,00,000+12.36% service tax Note: TDS will not be deducted. In case of payments to be made in USD, Euro, GBP , etc., the conversion rates on the date of purchase will be applicable. Making the Payment Payment in Indian Rupees (INR): We accept Cheques / Demand Draft. However, we prefer payment through RTGS. Account Name Infraline Technologies India Pvt. Ltd Account Type Current Account Account No. 503011022657 Bank Branch IFSC Code VYSA0005030 Name of Bank ING Vysya Address ING Vysya Bank Ltd. Ground Floor Narain Manzil, Barakhamba Road, New Delhi-110 001

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