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  Recent Multi-client reports-

Electricity Market in India (March 2016)

Power Equipment Market in India (March 2016)

Freight Market in India (March 2016)

Storage Infrastructure in India (March 2016)

Tunnelling in India (March 2016)

Solar Power in India 2016 (February 2016)

Infrastructure Finance and Investment Report (February 2016)

Road Development in India (February 2016)

Mining in India (February 2016)

Ports in India (January 2016)

Railways in India (January 2016)


 

         
 

Electricity Market in India (March 2016)

The report on “Electricity Market in India” will have 13 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  •  Power Demand Outlook
  •  Demand Projections By Consumer
    Category
  •  Region-Wise Power Demand
  •  Thermal Power Supply Trends And
    Outlook
  • Hydro Power Supply Trends And Outlook
  • Renewable Energy Supply Trends And
    Outlook
  • Nuclear Power Supply Trends and
    Outlook
  • Captive Power Supply Trends and
    Outlook
  • Fuel Outlook (Coal and Gas)
  • Long-term Power Procurement Trends and Outlook
  • Short-term Power Market Trends and
    Outlook
  • Costs and Tariffs

Each report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax).

There is also a special 20% pre-publication “early bird” discount. The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1367 for orders and payments received before or on February 11, 2016.

Further, we are offering a special discount on purchase of “Electricity Market in India” and “Power Equipment Market in India”. The two reports together will cost Rs 100,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 2256 for orders and payments received before or on February 11, 2016.

The reports will be available in PDF format and will be ready by end-March 2016.

 

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Electricity Market in India (March 2016) (form)

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Power Equipment Market in India (March 2016)

The report on “Power Equipment Market in India” will have 13 distinct chapters:

  • Sector Trends and Outlook
  •  Key Recent Developments (past one year)
  •  BTG Equipment
  • Hydro Power Equipment
  •  Thermal Balance of Plant Equipment
  • Conductors
  • Transmission Towers
  • Transformers
  • Insulators
  • Switchgear
  • Energy Meters
  • Solar Power Equipment
  •  Wind Power Equipment

Each report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax).

There is also a special 20% pre-publication “early bird” discount. The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1367 for orders and payments received before or on February 11, 2016.

Further, we are offering a special discount on purchase of “Electricity Market in India” and “Power Equipment Market in India”. The two reports together will cost Rs 100,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 2256 for orders and payments received before or on February 11, 2016.

The reports will be available in PDF format and will be ready by end-March 2016.

 

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Power Equipment Market in India ( March 2016) (Form)

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Freight Market in India (March 2016)

The second edition of “Freight Market in India” report will have 11 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Overview
  • Sector Outlook and Projections
  • Agricultural Warehousing
  • Industrial Warehousing
  • Cold Storage
  • Free Trade Warehousing Zones
  • Container Freight Stations and ICDs
  • Focus on E-commerce
  • Key Customer Segments

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax).or or USD 1367 There is also a special pre-publication “early bird” discount. Each report is priced at Rs 48,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1100 for orders and payments received before or on February 10, 2016.

There is a further 15 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the reports on “Freight Market in India 2016” and “Storage Infrastructure in India 2016”. The two reports together will cost Rs 81,600 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1880 for orders and payments received before or on February 10, 2016.

The reports will be available in PDF format and will be ready in the last week of March 2016.  

 

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Freight Market in India (March 2016) (March 2016) (form)

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Storage Infrastructure in India (March 2016)

The second edition of “Storage Infrastructure in India” report will have 10 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Overview
  • Sector Outlook and Projections
  • Agricultural Warehousing
  • Industrial Warehousing
  • Cold Storage
  • Free Trade Warehousing Zones
  • Container Freight Stations and ICDs
  • Focus on E-commerce
  • Key Customer Segments

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax). or USD 1367 There is also a special pre-publicationearly bird” discount. Each report is priced at Rs 48,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1100 for orders and payments received before or on February 10, 2016.

There is a further 15 per cent discount on the combined purchase of the reports on “Freight Market in India 2016” and “Storage Infrastructure in India 2016”. The two reports together will cost Rs 81,600 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1880 for orders and payments received before or on February 10, 2016.

The reports will be available in PDF format and will be ready in the last week of March 2016.  

 

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Storage Infrastructure in India ( March 2016) (form)

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Tunnelling in India (March 2016)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister division of Indian Infrastructure magazine) is currently developing and will soon release the research report on “Tunnelling in India 2016”.  The report is the second edition of "Tunnelling in India" which will provide the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the tunnel construction segment in India.

Tunnel construction in India has gained a lot of momentum in the past two years, driven by investments in key market segments such as the metro, railways, hydropower, roads, highways, wind and water & sewage. The growth in the tunnelling segment is expected to accelerate over the next five years. Further, the Indian industry is beginning to use modern technology for tunnel construction, creating a tremendous market opportunity for stakeholders.

This report will provide comprehensive project details and market assessment of business opportunity.

It will have 3 sections and 11 distinct chapters:

Section I – Sector Overview and Outlook

1. Overview
2. Project Pipeline (by sector, stage of development, state & region, and completion period)
3. Tunnelling Methods and Techniques
4. Equipment and Technology Market Size and Outlook
5. Construction Materials
6. Key Contractors

Section II – Segment Analysis and Projections (till 2020-21)

7. Metro Rail Tunnels
8. Railway Tunnels
9. Tunnels in Hydro Power
10. Road and Highway Tunnels
11. Irrigation, Water and Sewage Tunnels

Section III – Database of Projects

Each project will include sector, state, length, project cost, current status, developer, equipment provider, contractor, tunnelling method and completion date, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 100,000 (plus 14.5 % service tax) or USD 2256. However, we are offering special pre-publication “early-bird” discounts which are as follows:

  1. 10% discount for orders and payments received before or on January 31, 2016
    (Price: Rs 90,000 plus 14.5% service tax or USD 2033)

The report will be available in a PDF format along with a comprehensive excel-based database and will be ready in March 2016.

 

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Tunnelling in India (March 2016) (form)

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Solar Power in India 2016 (February 2016)

IIndia Infrastructure Research (publisher of Power Line and Renewable Watch magazines) is currently developing and will soon release the “Solar Power in India 2016” research report.

The seventh edition of the report on Solar Power in India will focus on the current status and future outlook of the sector. It will assess the new and emerging opportunities in the solar power sector; review capacity addition trends; analyse the impact of various policy and regulatory developments on its future growth; and examine the key challenges and roadblocks. It will provide a comprehensive assessment of state-wise solar power policies and programmes, industry response to these initiatives, capacity addition trends, project development experience, tariff structures, etc. Detailed profiles of select leading developers/EPC contractors and manufacturers will also be included.

The report will be divided into two sections with twenty five chapters:

Section A: Overall Sector Scenario

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Overview
  • Recent Developments
  • Progress towards 100 GW
  • State Initiatives
  • SECI’s Initiatives
  • JNNSM Review
  • Tariff Trends
  • Financing
  • Economics of Solar Power
  • Solar Rooftop Projects
  • Focus on Off-Grid
  • Domestic Manufacturing
  • Developer Profiles (Leading Players)
  • Future Outlook and Projections (till 2022)

Section B: State Plans and Programmes*

  • Gujarat
  • Rajasthan
  • Karnataka
  • Tamil Nadu
  • Andhra Pradesh
  • Telangana
  • Madhya Pradesh
  • Punjab
  • Maharashtra
  • Other States

*Each chapter will cover information on solar policy and regulations, investment climate, capacity allocated, current status of projects, key risks and challenges, and future outlook.

The report is priced at Rs. 60,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1367. There is a special 20% pre-publication “early bird” discount. The price is Rs. 48,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1100 for orders and payments received before or on January 15, 2015.

The report will be available along with a data-set (excel) and will be ready in February 2016.

 

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Solar Power in India 2016 (February 2016)

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Infrastructure Finance and Investment Report (February 2016)

Infrastructure financing in India has witnessed significant developments in the past few months, such as debt restructuring, refinancing of projects, sale of several operational projects, increase in bond issuance, etc. The government and RBI have also been doing their bit to facilitate financing by changing regulations and launching new initiatives.

This report will offer a comprehensive review of the current infrastructure financing scenario as well as analyses of the various debt and equity sources.  It will also present investment projections and requirements for each infrastructure sector till 2020. The report will discuss the investor appetite across sectors as well as analyse some of the recent financings.

The 2016 report will have 18 distinct chapters:

  •  Summary
  • Overview
  • Policy Initiatives and Expected Impact
  • Recent Trends and Developments
  • CDRs and Debt Restructuring
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Investment Projections &  Sector Requirements*
  • Emerging Funding Sources
  • Commercial Bank Lending
  • ECBs
  • Bond Market
  • NBFCs
  • Public Financing Institutions
  • International Funding Agencies
  •  PE Trends
  • Initial Public Offerings
  • Qualified Intuitional Placements
  • Key Financial Closures**

* The sectors would include roads, power, ports, airports, railways, urban transport and water and sanitation.

**This chapter will include information on project developer, project cost, concession period, mode of implementation, VGF/Grants, debt equity ratio, equity contribution, key lenders, average cost of financing and tenure of financing.

The report is priced at Rs 75,000 (plus 14.5% service tax) or USD 1700. There is a special pre-publication “early bird” discount. The price is Rs 60,000 (plus 14.5% service tax) or USD 1367 for orders and payments received before or on January 10, 2016.

The report will be available in PDF format along with a data-set (excel) and will be ready in end-February 2016.

 

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Road Development in India (February 2016)

India Infrastructure Research (a sister concern of Indian Infrastructure magazine) is coming up with the 5th Annual Subscription Package: “Road Development in India”, a special package designed in response to customer need for continuing information updates on developments in the Indian road sector.

The 2016 package will have four elements:

-  Annual Research Report (PDF Format)
-  Data-sheet (Excel Format)
-  11 Monthly Updates (PDF Format)
-  52 Weekly Newsletters (PDF Format)

The “Road Development in India 2016” report will have 18 distinct chapters:

  • Executive Summary
  • Sector Overview
  • New Policy Initiatives and Impact
  • Sector Outlook and Projections
  • EPC Experience and Opportunity
  • Emerging PPP Models and Outlook
  • Project Economics
  • Financing in the Current Scenario
  • Project Performance
  • Performance of Key Players
  • OMT Experience and Opportunities
  • Equipment and Material Market
  • NHDP Progress Report
  • Road Development in Northeast
  • Other Government Programmes
  • Project Pipeline and Opportunity
  • Profiles of Key States
  • Key Players

The monthly updates will include summary of key new developments, analysis of major monthly trends, latest status of key projects (NHDP/others), analysis of policy & regulatory developments, upcoming bids, contracts, tenders, information on new projects, key data and statistics etc.

The weekly newsletters will include new developments in the Indian road sector relating to policy, projects and developers; NHDP and other programmes; construction contracts; loans and investments and mergers and acquisitions.

The package is priced at Rs 100,000 (plus 14.5% service tax) or USD 2256.

The report will be available along with a data-set (excel) and will be ready in February 2016.

The updates will be provided once the report is released.

 

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Mining in India (February 2016)

IIndia Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure and PowerLine magazines) is currently developing and will soon release the “Mining in India 2016” report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the mining segment in India.

A number of policy and other developments have taken place in the past one year, which are aimed at bringing the mining sector back on track after a period of slow growth. The report “Mining in India 2016” will highlight these developments and their impact on the sector and its various stakeholders. It presents the current state and performance of the sector, as well as the outlook and projections. The report includes an update on the recent coal block auctions and the blocks allocated so far. It also focuses on the market opportunities in terms of the equipment market and the MDO model, and analyses the mining project pipeline. A section of the report is dedicated to the trends in key minerals namely coal, lignite, bauxite, iron ore, and other metallic and non-metallic minerals. The report also includes detailed profiles of leading mining companies. 

The report will be divided into three sections with eighteen chapters:

Section I: Sector Overview
  • Executive Summary
  • Overview
  • Recent Developments (last one year)
  • Key Policy Developments
  • Coal Block Auctions
  • Industry Performance
  • Project Pipeline
  • - By Mineral
    - By State
    - By Development Stage
  • Outlook and Projections
  • Market Opportunity for MDOs
  • Equipment Market
  • Cost Economics
Section II: Trend in Key Minerals*
  • Coal
  • Lignite
  • Bauxite
  • Iron Ore
  • Other Metallic Minerals
  • Non-metallic Minerals
Section III: Profiles of Leading Mining Companies
  • Company Profiles
  • Each profile will include:
    - Production Trends
    - Project Announcements and Initiatives
    - Recent Contracts
    - Expansion Plans
    - Financial Performance

*Each chapter will include information on Reserves, Production, Key Producers, Foreign Trade, Price Trends, Outlook and Projections.

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1367.  

The report will be in PDF format along with a data-set (excel) and will be ready in February 2016.

 

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Ports in India (January 2016)

India Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) has just released the “Ports in India 2016” research report. Kindly review the attached brochure and let us know if this report would be of interest to you/ your team.

The report is divided into five sections with twenty one chapters (in addition to executive summary)

Section I: Sector Overview and Outlook:

  • Overview
  • Recent Development (last 12-15 months)
  • Focus on Sagar Mala
  • Inter-port Comparison
  • Investment Plans and Projections
  • PPP Experience and Potential
  • Market Outlook and Future Projections (till 2020)

Section II: New Emerging Areas:

  • Coastal Shipping
  • Inland Waterways
  • Port Connectivity
  • Dredging
  • LNG Terminals
  • Roll-on, Roll-off (ro-ro)
  • Other Focus Areas*

Section III: Cargo Analysis:

  • Dry Bulk Cargo
  • Container Cargo
  • Liquid Bulk Cargo

Section IV: Upcoming Projects at Indian Ports:

  • Key Upcoming Projects at Major Ports
  • Key Upcoming Projects at Non-major Ports

Section V: Port Profiles:

  • Major Ports
  • Operational Private Ports

*The chapter will include information on smart port cities, port based SEZs, tourism and other focus areas.

The report is priced at Rs. 60,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1367 and is available in presentation format (PDF) with data-set (in excel-sheets).

 

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Railways in India (January 2016)

IIndia Infrastructure Research (publisher of Indian Infrastructure magazine) is currently developing and will soon release the “Railways in India 2016” report, the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the railway sector in India.

The report will have seven sections with twenty chapters:

  • Overview
  • Recent Developments and Initiatives
  • Investment Plans and Financing
  • IR Finances
  • Make in India
  • PPP Opportunities
  • Freight Traffic and Earnings Analysis
  • Passenger Traffic and Earnings Analysis
  • Focus on Containers
  • Rolling Stock
  • Tracks
  • Railway Bridges
  • Signalling and Telecommunication
  • Safety
  • High-speed Rail
  • Stations and Terminals
  • Dedicated Freight Corridor
  • North-East Rail Connectivity
  • Key Projects in Pipeline*
  • Key Railway PSUs Profiles

The chapter on key projects will include information on the project pipeline, new projects announced, projects under construction, key challenges in project execution, project outlook and expected investments. A comprehensive list will be provided in the data-set and will include details on cost, length, location, current status, promoter, expected completion, etc.

The report is priced at Rs 60,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax) or USD 1367 for a Site Licence and Rs 90,000 (plus 14.5 per cent service tax)or USD 2033 for an Enterprise Licence.

The report will be in PDF format along with a data-set (excel) and will be ready in January 2016.

 

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Railways in India (January 2016)(form)

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