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Indian LPG Market Opportunity 2030

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  • 140 Pages
  • June 2019
  • Region: India
  • Mergen Advisory
  • ID: 4591090
Key Questions Answered
  • What is the existing and evolving market size for LPG in India?
  • What is the existing competitive landscape for LPG sector in India?
  • What are the opportunities for private/parallel marketing companies of LPG in India?
  • What are the new demand centres for LPG in India? Whether the supply & logistics infrastructure in these demand centres adequately developed to sustain future growth?
  • Whether auto manufacturing companies should focus on LPG fitted variants since economics of running on AutoLPG is favourable?
  • Whether LPG has a sustainable future given the fact that India is also pushing for natural gas sector development?
  • What are the immediate infrastructure gaps/bottlenecks in LPG infrastructure?
  • What is the outlook on overall investment potential in LPG sector in India given the stellar growth in LPG consumption?

Target Audience(s)
Our target audience is significantly diverse and ranges from thought leadership seekers/market speculators to those looking for an independent intelligence before committing their resources or capital. Our laundry list includes:
  • LPG Import Terminal Developers- LPG terminal developers and operators are the gate keepers of imported LPG in India. New investments are being contemplated and decisions under-progress that require independent assessment of market opportunities and sustainability of demand for LPG.
  • LPG Importers & Suppliers -The report gives a clear direction to the importers & suppliers of LPG. India is the 2nd largest LPG importer in the world. Hence, it is crucial to fully understand the market opportunities to make a robust strategy for future business growth.
  • Oil Marketing Companies and Parallel Marketing Companies- The OMCs and PMCs are the enablers and creators of LPG sector in the country. With growth potential and new players coming-in there is going to be a significant competition across the board. With new growth centers and geographical enhancement, whoever makes an early move will be benefitted. The report identifies such opportunities for a period upto 2030.
  • Cylinder Manufacturers- With new demand hubs being created such as rural LPG households as well as favorable scenario for AutoLPG, for the cylinder manufacturers it is the best time to look for M&A and capacity enhancement.
  • Government Agencies/Policy Makers- The report will be vital for the Government and its policy making agencies who have the mandate of achieving the end objective of making India run on Clean Fuels.
  • Banks/Financing Institutions/ Investors The report provides an independent analysis of the opportunities and competitive challenges associated with LPG market development, which will be crucial in existing & future valuations and investment decisions.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
2. Global LPG Market Outlook
  • Demand – Supply trend
  • International LPG/C3 & C4 pricing trend
  • Major LPG hubs
  • India’s footprint on Global LPG map
3. Status of LPG infrastructure & penetration in India
  • LPG Pipelines: Readiness, Regional spread, Capacity and Usage
  • Domestic LPG production capacity: Refineries & Fractionators
  • Growth in number of LPG connections
  • LPG Import Terminals
4. LPG Industry Structure
  • Government Agencies
  • Private Associations
  • Key Public & Private Players
5. Competitive Landscape
  • Mapping key public and private sector players
  • Market positioning and key strengths (including control over supply chain)
6. Snap-shot of present and upcoming Government Policies for LPG Sector in India
7. LPG Price Indexation
  • Competing Fuels – Furnace Oil, Naphtha, HSD-Auto, Petrol, PNG and CNG
  • Competing Segments – Residential, Transport, Commercial and Industrial
  • Imported LPG vs. LNG
8. Evolution of LPG consumption in India
  • Total consumption increase
  • Historic growth trends for LPG consumption
  • Demand drivers of LPG in India
9. Future Outlook on LPG demand (2017-2030), based on
  • Residential Segment
  • Transport Segment
  • Industrial Segment
  • Commercial Segment
10. Existing and Future Outlook on LPG Imports in India (2017-2030)
  • Historic LPG Imports Trend
  • Major international LPG supply destinations
  • Indian Refinery and Fractionator Potential for domestic LPG production
  • Scenario - A
  • Scenario – B
  • Outlook on India’s dependence on LPG imports based on Scenario A and Scenario B vis-à-vis projected demand
11. High-level assessment of adequacy of existing LPG import terminals to meet Demand-Supply Gap
  • Existing LPG import terminal capacity and through-put
  • Opportunity for capacity enhancement or new capacity addition
12. Overview on overall investment potential in LPG Sector in India13. Conclusion



Companies Mentioned

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • IGL
  • MGL
  • GGL
  • CUGL
  • Indian Oil
  • Adani
  • GAIL
  • MoPNG
  • MNGL
  • IMC limited
  • BPCL
  • HPCL
  • Gujarat Gas
  • GSPC
  • Petronet LNG
  • Shell
  • Qatar Gas
  • Exxon Mobil
  • Maruti Udyog
  • Eicher
  • Volvo
  • AMG
  • Tata
  • Scania
  • Mahindra
  • FedEx