DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/w7vt5b/coal_imports_in) has announced the addition of the "Coal Imports in India: Shifting Trends, USD 135 Billion Market by 2024" report to their offering.
The report deals with the techno-economic factors specific to the prominent coal sourcing destinations, strategies being adopted by top Indian companies and the birds-eye viewing of global coal shipments and India's role in it. The report runs through the coal production, consumption and import statistics pertaining to India which is broken down by sources of supply and quality of coal. Also it analyses the impact of the recent change in the government, impending coal crisis, proposed amendments to the coal legislations, what-next analysis on imported coal based power plants, and developments in countries such as Australia, US, Indonesia, Canada, New Zealand, Russia, South Africa and Mozambique.
The report also list the major procuring and trading entities in India, international mining companies exporting coal to India, their assets in various countries etc. The report analyses the imported coal market on parameters such as geography, procurers, suppliers, deals, prices, regulations, quality and future opportunities.
The report is a must buy for coal companies, power generators, domestic coal producers, captive miners, coal importers, coal transporters, technology providers, banks, project financers & investment bankers, consulting firms, research and educational institutes etc.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Executive Summary
2. India's Domestic Coal Market
3. Imported Coal Market in India - Current Scenario
4. India Coal Demand Supply Analysis 2004 -2014
5. India Coal Demand Supply Analysis 2014 -2024
6. Deal Analysis of India's Overseas Asset Acquisitions
7. International Coal Quality Analysis & Benchmarking
8. International Coal Price Analysis
9. Quality Adjusted Prices of Indian and International Coal
10. Indian Coal - Demand Side Investment Analysis
11. Analysis of Investments in Supply Side (International Assets)
12. Strategies to Tap Opportunities
13. Concluding Summary
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