Value Added Elements
 Estimations of Product-wise Demand
for Steel in Power Projects
 Exclusive Coverage on Market of
Sp...
Steel & Power Sector: A Correlation
With continued growth in India’s infrastructure sector, the growth in power sector sha...
Structural Steel
Structural steel remains the default material in building power
plant equipments. Its major application i...
Infraline’s Initiative
Objective 1:
Shortlisting
Power Projects
to be
commissionedin
12th FYP
Objective 2:
Estimating equi...
 Which products of steel would be in high demand by the Indian power sector?
 Which power projects are expected to be co...
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
1. Steel in Power Industry Landscape: Status Quo
1.1 Steel Intensiveness in Power Sector
1.2 The Indian ...
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In case of payments to be made in USD, Euro, GBP the conversion rates on the date of purch...
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In view of the growing capacity addition of steel in power sector, InfralineEnergy has launched India’s first ever Business Series Report on “Steel Demand in Power Sector Projects 2017: Market sizing and Opportunity Assessment”.Equipped with Infraline’s expertise in the energy and steel domains, this in-depth report, covering analytical models and primary research elements, would primarily investigate the application of various steel products in the power generation and transmission sector with a core objective of estimating the future growth in product-wise steel demand for the sector. For further details http://www.infraline.com/Reports.aspx?id=268&tlt=Steel-Demand-in-Power-Sector-Projects-2017&sl=Business%20Report%20Series

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Steel Demand in Power Sector Projects 2017

  1. 1. Value Added Elements  Estimations of Product-wise Demand for Steel in Power Projects  Exclusive Coverage on Market of Special Steel (CRGO/CRNO); Seamless Pipes & Tubes in India  Market Sizing of Steel Products and Equipment for Indian Power Sector  Equipment Requirement Portfolio in Power Sector Projects  Illustrating linkages of Sustainability and Environment Friendly Steel Solutions in Power sector  Detailed Profiling of Power Projects to come up till 2017 in India Renewable Power Hydro Power Thermal Power Steel Demand in Power Sector Projects 2017 Market sizing and Opportunity Assessment May 2014 Industry First Report Infraline Business Series Report
  2. 2. Steel & Power Sector: A Correlation With continued growth in India’s infrastructure sector, the growth in power sector shall be palpable, with expert estimates suggesting that for every one percent increase in GDP, power generation would need to increase by one percent. The government, in its 12th Five Year Plan, has set a target of adding 88,537 MW of power generation capacity with an estimated total fund requirement of more than INR 13.55 lakh crore (USD 225 Billion) for power generation; transmission and distribution. 51% 69% 41.3 78.7 88.5 0% 50% 100% 150% 0 50 100 Tenth Plan Eleventh Plan Twelfth Plan (E) Actual Achievement (in %) Target Capacity Additions (in GW) In FY17, the share of power sector (excluding renewable energy sources) in total steel demand is expected to rise by more than 50 percent from FY12 Steel aficionados understand that steel shall be an indispensable input for green-field as well brownfield power plant capacities, owing to high capital investments in power sector. This is because the application of steel is widespread in the power plant; from boilers; turbines; transformers; generators; power transmission towers and cables to a variety of components used in renewable energy technologies such as solar and wind energy. Power Generation Capacity Additions 92 119 129 140 149 80 110 140 FY13 FY14 FY15 FY16 FY17 Projected Crude Steel Capacity in 12th FYP Capacity Additions
  3. 3. Structural Steel Structural steel remains the default material in building power plant equipments. Its major application in a power project is in building turbines, generators, boilers, pumping stations, cooling towers, control panels etc. Reinforcement Steel Reinforcement steels include rods and bars and are primarily used for reinforcement of concrete structure. Pipes & Tubes Seamless tubes and pipes are used in boilers and heat exchangers, areas where a significant amount of fluid transfer is required. Electrical Steel Electrical Steel primarily comprises of two steel products i.e. Cold Rolled Grain Oriented (CRGO) Steel and Cold Rolled Non Grain Oriented (CRNO) Steel. Steel pipes and tubes comprise of about 15% of the total steel requirement of a thermal power plant. CRGO steel finds applications in manufacturing power transformer cores, and CRNO steel is suitable for moving parts in generators and motors. As per CEA norms for Steel used in hydro power sector - 93 tons of reinforcement steel are used in per MW of hydropower project. Plates and sheets comprise of about 40% of the total steel requirement of a coal Base thermal power plant. Assessment of power sector steel demand essentially requires an in-depth study of the electrical equipment (EE) market of India as EE manufacturers are the major direct finished steel consumers with product sales largely dependent on power sector growth plans. The envisioned growth of power sector for 12th Plan period is expected to entail exponential demand for electrical equipment. Presently, the domestic electrical equipment industry is worth INR 120,200 crores (UDS 20 Billion) with 1/4th share captured by generation equipment - Boiler, Turbines & Generators and the remaining by T&D. 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 FY12 FY17 BTG Equipment T&D Equipment 263 120.2 As per IEEMA estimates, the production of major electrical equipment has grown from INR 38,920 crore in 2006-07 to INR 64,235 crore in 2011-12 at a CAGR of 10.5 % while the production of BTG equipment has increased from INR 8,933 crores in 2006-07 to INR 31,000 crores in 2011-12 at a CAGR of 28.3%. Source: EE Industry Mission Plan, Department of Heavy Industries, GoI Equipment Industry Size (in INR ‘000 crore) Steel Applicability in Power Sector Growth in Equipment Industry to Drive Steel Demand
  4. 4. Infraline’s Initiative Objective 1: Shortlisting Power Projects to be commissionedin 12th FYP Objective 2: Estimating equipment requirement for proposedpower projects Objective 3: Estimating Product wise steel requirements for the power sector till FY17 In view of the growing capacity addition of steel in power sector, InfralineEnergy is launching India’s first ever Business Series Report on “Steel Demand in Power Sector Projects 2017: Market sizing and Opportunity Assessment”. Equipped with Infraline’s expertise in the energy and steel domains, this in-depth report, covering analytical models and primary research elements, would primarily investigate the application of various steel products in the power generation and transmission sector with a core objective of estimating the future growth in product-wise steel demand for the sector. Recommendations have also been provided with respect to the emerging area of environment friendly steel solutions for the power generation. The aim of this research is to analyze steel’s role in power sector in 12th FYP  Equipment Portfolio for Power Plant Installation (Coal, Gas, Hydro, Wind and Solar)  Highlights of Major Steel Products Requirement by Power Plants  Profiles of Major Equipment Manufacturers and Steel Producers  Opportunities for Power Equipment Suppliers and Steel Players  Estimates of Upcoming Power Capacity till 2017  Coverage on Renewable Capacity Additions with Special Focus on Solar and Wind Energy Pivotal Features of the Study
  5. 5.  Which products of steel would be in high demand by the Indian power sector?  Which power projects are expected to be commissioned by FY17?  What will be the generation and transmission equipment portfolio demanded by FY17?  What is the level of India’s indigenous capabilities in steel production (in terms of satisfying power sector demand)?  Do new opportunities exist for steel players in expanding their product portfolios to satisfy specific demands of emerging renewable energy technologies?  What kind of opportunities exist for steel producers to attract more revenue from the envisaged power sector growth in 12th FYP?  What are the different product offerings by domestic players in Indian steel market? Key Questions Answered Research Process Key Sources Market Research Literature Review Industry Interaction In-house Expertise Survey Questionnaire and Telephonic Interviews of Players in Power & Steel Sector FacetoFaceMeetingsand PersonalInterviewsofcoal SectorStakeholders Power&SteelSector Reports,Journals,Magazines, MinisterialDocuments,Infraline Database In-house Analysis and Focus Groups 1 2 3 4 Indian Power Project Developers Steel Producers Steel Traders Equipment Manufacturers Power Transmission Utilities Shipping Companies Project Management Companies Government Agencies Project Financers Investment Bankers Research & Educational Institutes Risk Managers Consulting and EPC companies A Must Buy For  Increased Import Duties on Special Steel and Resulting Impact on Equipment Manufacturers  Continuous Rise in Threat from International Steel Supplier  International Equipment Suppliers Preferred over Domestic Players  Strategic collaboration for indigenous development of Special steel Technology Business Case Studies
  6. 6. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1. Steel in Power Industry Landscape: Status Quo 1.1 Steel Intensiveness in Power Sector 1.2 The Indian Steel Industry: Indigenous Capabilities and Trends 1.2.1 Historical Production and Trade Trends 1.2.2 Product-wise Steel Availability in India 1.3.3 Steel Capacity addition under 12th FYP 1.2.3 Player-wise offerings for Power Sector 1.3 The Indian Power Sector – Growth Story and Future Plans 1.3.1 Historical Planned and Achieved Capacity Additions 1.3.2 Electricity Demand-Supply Dynamics in 11th FYP 1.3.3 Power Capacity Addition under 12th FYP 1.4 Specific Steel Requirements of Power Sector 2. Capacity Addition in Indian power sector till FY17: A Latest Assessment 2.1. Power Sector Transition in the Past Five Years 2.1.1 Transition in Fuel Usage 2.1.2 Transition in sector-wise capacity addition 2.1.3 Transition in Power Generation Technology 2.2 Under Construction Indian Power Projects till FY17 2.2.1 Under-Construction Thermal power projects 2.2.2. Under-Construction Hydro power projects: By state and Capacity 2.2.3 Under-Construction Renewable power projects: SHP, Solar and Wind 2.2.3 Upcoming Power Transmission projects 2.3 Project Execution Challenges and Key Issues in Indian Power Projects 3. Steel Applicability in Power Equipments 3.1 Equipment Portfolio and Steel Requirements for Power Generation Projects 3.1.1 Thermal Power Plant 3.1.2 Hydro Power Plant 3.2 Equipment Portfolio and Steel Requirements for Renewable Power Generation Projects 3.2.1 Solar Power Plant 3.2.2 Wind Power Plant 3.3 Equipment Portfolio for Power Transmission Projects 4. Estimating Steel Potential in Indian Power Sector till FY17: End use Demand forecasting Modelling 4.1 Power Sector Steel Demand Projections till FY17 4.1.1 Thermal Power Projects 4.1.2 Hydro Power Projects 4.1.3 Renewable Power Projects (Wind and Solar) 4.1.4 Power Transmission Projects 4.2 Summarization of Power Sector Steel Demand in the 12th FYP 4.3 Steel Product-wise Production Estimates till FY17 4.4 Infraline’s Market Sizing 4.4.1 Market sizing for steel products 4.4.2 Market sizing for power equipment 5. Electrical Steel (CRGO/ CRNO) : Influence on the Indian Power Sector 5.1 International Scenario for Electrical Steel 5.2 Electrical Steel Technological Complexities 5.3 Demand Estimates for Electrical steel in Indian Power Sector 5.4 Electrical Steel Import Burden on the Power Sector 5.5 Government Initiatives for Developing Indigenous Capabilities 6. Seamless Pipes and Tubes: An Untapped Potential 6.1 Market Trends and Forecast till FY17 6.1.1 Domestic Production Trends 6.1.2 Imports Trends 6.1.3 Domestic Production Forecast 6.2 Applications in Power Sector 6.3 Major Players in Indian Market (Maharashtra Seamless, ISMT, BHEL, Jindal Saw) 6.4 Foremost Sourcing Options 7. Steel Solutions for a Cleaner Environment 7.1 Winds of Positive Outlook for Steel Demand 7.1.1 Steel usage in Wind power plant 7.1.2 Steel demand in Indian Wind energy sector 7.2 Steel outlook for Indian Solar Sector 7.2.1 Steel Usage in Solar Power Pant 7.2.2 Steel demand in Indian solar manufacturing market 7.3. Environment -friendly Steel Solutions for Power Sector 7.3.1 Support for Recyclability and Reusability of Steel 7.3.2 Environmental concerns of coated steel sheets 7.3.3 Sustainable steel offering for the Power sector Contents & Coverage Additional Data Points: 1. Competitive Landscape: Benchmarking Steel Manufacturers & Power Equipment Manufacturers a) Key Business Statistics b) Financial Profiling 2. List of under construction Thermal Power Projects in India with their anticipated date of commissioning
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