Incentives needed to expand India's oil transportation infrastructure

10/27/1997
Mohan Malhotra Consultant Orleans, Ont. Railroad tank cars transport most of India's petroleum products, accounting for 40% of the market vs. 30% for pipelines. Photo courtesy of Indian Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. India's proposed pipeline projects [50,907 bytes] India's major oil ports [91,464 bytes] India's petroleum transportation, distribution, and marketing infrastructure is poised for a massive expansion. The combination of surging demand for oil-especially imports-fading regulatory and trade barriers, and an antiquated distribution infrastructure sets the stage for huge investments in pipelines,...
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