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    • MARKET RESEARCH ON OIL&GAS INDUSTRY IN INDIA Reference code: IRRMROGMAR11-01 Published On: 15Mar2011 www.internationalresearchreport.com India Malaysia Singapore #42, II Floor, 3, Jalan BP 3/17, 7500ª Beach Road Venkatarathinam Nagar, Bandar Bukit Puchonga, #08-313, the Plaza Adyar, Chennai. 47100 Puchong, Singapore 199591Market Research on OIL AND GAS @IRRThis profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
    • Tamil Nadu, India Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia PRESS RELEASE Oil and gas industry is the most significant segment in any economy as it provides to an ample range of industries including petrochemicals, fertilizers, automobiles etc. Our report “Oil and Gas Industry in India”, caters obvious scrutinize along with detailed information on exploration and production. Inbound and Domestic deals are included furthermore in this report. It furnished a detailed scrutinize of the scope and the factors of growth which covers the aspects regarding Energy and Non-Energy. This report “Oil and Gas Industry in India” covers the categories of heavy distillates which consists of LPG, mogas, naphths etc; middle distillate comprise of kerosene and light distillate which includes bitumen, petroleum coke, paraffin wax etc., on the aspect of manufactures of petroleum products that are supplemented with figure from 2008 to 2010. India’s utilization on crude oil between 2005 and 2010 and crude oil supply inMarket Research OIL AND GAS @IRR 2This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
    • 2009 to 2010 have been graphed. REPORT HIGHLIGHTS AND FEATURES Report Highlights:  Key segments — upstream, midstream and downstream  Consumption pattern — energy consumption mix  EXIM scenario  Key Players (Domestic And International)  Alternative fuels  FDI policy  New Exploration Licensing Policy  Highlights of the CBM Policy  PNGRB — key functions Report Features:  Coal bed methane  Underground coal gasification  Investments — M&A (Inbound deals, Domestic deals)  petroleum products and natural gas:  Scopes in the upstream, Midstream & Downstream segmentsMarket Research OIL AND GAS @IRR 3This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
    • CONTENTS India Advantages  India Advantages –Vision 2000 to 2025 Market Analysis  Market Analysis on key divisions-upstream, midstream and downstream.  Consumption model - Energy Consumption Mix  EXIM Scenario  Key Players  Key Trends  Factors of Growth Industry infrastructure Investments  Foreign Direct Investment between Apr 2010 and Sep 2010)  Investment on Inward, Outward and Domestic Deal (from 2009 to 2010)  Growing Demand- Demand Supply direction of Crude Oil Strategy and Regulatory outline  FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) Strategy  GOI (Government of India) initiatives  NELP (New Exploration Licensing Policy) – Chronology of events from 1998 to 2010  CBM Policy  Key roles of PNGRB Scopes  Scope in the Downstream, Midstream and Upstream Division Key ContactsMarket Research OIL AND GAS @IRR 4This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
    • LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES List of Tables: Table 1: Upstream Division - exploratory & development drilling-(2009-2010) Table 2: Surviving crude pipelines in India (As on 1 April 2010) Table 3: Midstream Division-Yearly purified Crude from 2004 – 2010 Table 4: Downstream Division-Yearly purifies Crude from 2004-2010 Table 5: Downstream Division- Purifying capability detail (As on 1 April 2010) Table 6: Downstream Division-Surviving Pipeline network in India (As on 1 April 2010) Table 7: Indian Energy Consumption mix (2009) Table 8: Indian estimated consumption mix (2030) Table 9: Public & Private sector of Indian group companies (2009-2010) Table 10: Private sector of International group companies (2009-2010) Table 11: Demand Estimation (2014-2025) Table 12: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Strategy Table 13: Key Contacts: Name and Contact Particulars. List of Figures: Figure 1: India Advantages-Vision 2000 to 2025 Figure 2: Upstream Division – Yearly Crude Oil Manufacture- (2005 -2010) Figure 3: Upstream Division – Yearly Natural Gas Manufacture- (2005-2010) Figure 4: Downstream Division-Manufacture of Petroleum products-(2008-2010) Figure 5: Import direction in oil and gas division Figure 6: Industry wise-consumption of natural gas in India-(2007-2010) Figure 7: SEZs and Particulars Figure 8: Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) between Apr 2010 and Sep 2010) Figure 9: Investment on Inward, Outward and Domestic Deal (from 2009 to 2010) Figure 10: Demand Supply direction of Crude Oil (from 2005-2010) Figure 11: Scope in Upstream Division Figure 12: Scope in Midstream Division Figure 13: Scope in Downstream DivisionMarket Research OIL AND GAS @IRR 5This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied
    • Report Summary: Report Title: MARKET RESEARCH ON OIL&GAS INDUSTRY IN INDIA Reference code: IRRMROGMAR11-01 Published On: 15Mar2011 Published by: IRR [International Research Report] Pages: 50 pages Price: 50USD Contact Us Email us: info@internationalresearchreport.com / cking.sg@gmail.com Website: www.internationalresearchreport.com Contact No: +91- 9840995095/ +91-(44)-45504412Market Research OIL AND GAS @IRR 6This profile is a licensed product and is not to be photocopied