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Gas Price Benchmarking in India _ enincon.com

Gas Price Benchmarking in India

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ENINCON  with its price factor benchmarking report would evaluate  all options available  considering the Indian factors  and dig deep into the LNG,CBM and shale gas  options available to come up with price benchmarks for Indian Scenario.

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DOP: June, 2014 Sector: Geography:

Pricing Formation worldwide is based out of gas on gas pricing formation and oil price indexing for long term contracts, the scenario is changing now. Near about one third volume of gas worldwide is  being priced on gas on gas that is market based and similar amount being regulation below cost. India on the other hand employs different mechanism for gas pricing and there is no standard. The current hike, however will be applicable to all sources of gas. Will it be a right step forward or not? Only time will judge. Concerns remain about the motive of the government which speaks in double tone. This price would be applicable to gas producers  but there is no clear indication on how to treat gas consumers who are price averse always.

Stakeholders are confused at this stage amid contradicting statements from different ministries . This is the time India should ponder about  its gas pricing strategy  and should look for coming up with some set standards and benchmarks to do gas pricing in India taking into  all other sources such as LNG,CBM and shale gas options both from  domestic sources and international sources. The sourcing and development of these futuristic options  would decide the future course of gas pricing in India.

ENINCON  with its price factor benchmarking report would evaluate  all options available  considering the Indian factors  and dig deep into the LNG,CBM and shale gas  options available to come up with price benchmarks for Indian Scenario.

Key Queries Resolved

  • What would be the top-line and bottom line impact of gas price hike?
  • How would the gas price hike change the investment in E&P activity?
  • What would gas price hike imply for the gas transporting agencies like GAIL?
  • What prompts the Government to take this decision at this stage?
  • When will India have its gas pricing bench marking to international standard?
  • What will be India’s role in international gas trading in medium to long term scenario?
  • What would be the financial burden on consuming sectors?
  • Whether Power industry would absorb such an increase?
  • What would be the possible increase in CGD prices?
  • What would be the gain in terms of royalty and profit petroleum?
  • What will be the subsidy outgo?
  • What will be the tariff increase per unit for discoms?
  • How would it impact LNG trading to India and its associated infrastructure?
  • Will there be drastically reduction in LNG imports?
  • How would it affect cross country pipeline projects for India?

USPs associated with the report are as follows:

  • First hand sector knowledge and inputs
  • Primary research inputs from F2F interviews with domain experts
  • Experts insights and market reviews taken into consideration
  • Validated data and analysis
  • Opportunity mapping and market sizing
  • Germinates from minds that think fresh to evolve path finding guide for all stake holders through quality information and analysis

Key Highlights:

  • Study on international gas price formation and trade
  • India’s import dependency on gas and how that would impact gas pricing in India
  • Impact Analysis of recent price hike on all stakeholders
  • Benchmarking analysis of key OEMs basis factor analysis
  • Impact of hike in corresponding prices in power, CGD and its repercussions on end users
  • Analysis about whethere the hike can bridge the gap of ever increasing demand supply mismatch
  • Analyzing the world market changes in terms of sourcing and pricing options for gas
  • Assessment about the LNG volume and its possible pricing for India
  • Direct and indirect impact of this hike on all key stakeholders
  • A prediction about the quantum of increment that will burn a hole in consumers’ pocket
  • Validating governments’ hypothesis on supply side projection due to gas price hike