INDIA GAS-1: Domestic projects pursued; import prospects limited

Development of India’s gas sector will depend on a number of key issues, including development of its pipeline infrastructure and domestic gas fields, potential piped gas imports, the establishment of LNG terminals, and gas pricing. This first of two articles examines India’s natural gas supply-demand balance, the likelihood of meeting future demand through import pipeline projects, and development of the country’s domestic pipeline infrastructure.Part 2 will focus on developments in India’s rapidly evolving LNG market and the effect of the country’s natural gas pricing structure on both pipeline and LNG projects. Click here to enlarge imageIndia’s con...

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