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Coal Sector in India

 

Dallas, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/04/2014 -- In comparison to several other developed and even developing countries, India has a low per capita consumption of energy. With rapid growth in the Indian economy the energy demand is set to grow significantly in the coming years. A look at the historical experience of several countries around the world shows that the current stage of economic development being experienced by India is driven by energy consumption and any growth and expansion requires a higher level of energy consumption.

Energy is a necessity for satisfying human consumption needs and well being. It has been the key driver of global economic growth over the last two centuries. The conventional sources of energy include coal, oil, natural gas, hydro and nuclear power. In recent years there has been an increased focus on switching to energy generated from renewable sources such as solar, wind, biomass etc.

The Lower growth of the last two years shows that the economy is still not running on its own steam. The prognosis for the near future is still very cautious but the medium to long term scenario is optimistic. Even the current rates of growth are high when compared to that of many developed countries and the higher growth of the coming years will bring about a huge rise in demand for energy.

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With rapid growth in the Indian economy the energy demand is set to grow significantly in the coming years. A look at the historical experience of several countries around the world shows that the current stage of economic development being experienced by India is driven by energy consumption and any growth and expansion requires a higher level of energy consumption.

Key Coal Companies in India: Coal India Limited, SCCL - Singareni Collieries Company Limited & Neyveli Lignite Corporation Limited (NLC)

Major points from Table of Contents (http://www.marketreportsonline.com/315879-toc.html ) are listed below:

Chapter 1 India Energy Overview
Chapter 2 Global Scenario
Chapter 3 Legal and Regulatory Structure
Chapter 4 Coal Supply
Chapter 4 Coal Supply
Chapter 6 Coal Imports
Chapter 7 Coal Demand in India
Chapter 8 Coal Pricing
Chapter 9 Coal Transportation
Chapter 10 Coal Companies in India

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