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Coal In India: 2018 - Comprehensive Analysis on Trends & Outlook of Coal Sector

  • INR: 60,000 | USD: 1,440
  • November, 2018
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SNP Infra Research as a leading research and advisory firm attempts to evolve with an opportunity track report in this segment. It takes pride in attempting to conduct the identification of challenges and the key risks first and then demystifying the associated opportunities with all possible intricacies and nuances involved. This report will synthesize the factual status and in-depth analysis of opportunities associated with coal sector in India. This report would be first of its kind and certainly will enable clients to tap the key opportunities beckoning the coal sector in India.

The key queries which will find answer in this report are: The future of coal sector in India, challenges and opportunity in domestic coal mining, impact of coal imports vis-à-vis the geo-political factors, commercial mining- challenges and outlook, etc. Through this report, SNP Infra Research attempts to unveil the major policy level changes which will be pivotal in the sectoral reform.

Detailed analysis of policy framework and comparative analysis of risks associated with coal mining and imports have also been done to identify risks and opportunity for the key stake holders, i.e. project developers, mining agencies, industries, logistics and infrastructure partners, lenders and financial institutions, etc.

SNP Infra Research has conducted exhaustive primary and secondary market surveys to project the inherent opportunity for the project developers and allied stakeholders across the country.

Key Takeaways
1. The changing significance of coal in Global and Indian power sector
2. Market Size and Business Opportunity for the stakeholders of Indian Coal Sector
3. Importance of coal imports, and business opportunity for allied stakeholders
4. Policy and Regulatory analysis of the sector
5. Regulatory and Market Risk analysis for different Value Chain Partners

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