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Indian ATF Demand & Trend Outlook 2030

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  • 110 Pages
  • July 2019
  • Region: India
  • Mergen Advisory
  • ID: 5007707
Key Questions Answered
  • What is the existing and evolving market size for ATF in India?
  • What is the emerging demand for ATF in India?
  • What is the existing competitive landscape for ATF sector in India?
  • What are the opportunities for private/parallel marketing companies for ATF in India?
  • What are the new demand centres for ATF in India?
  • Whether the supply & logistics infrastructure in these demand centres adequately developed to sustain future growth?
  • What could be the challenges in the supply chain of ATF in regional airports in India?
  • What is the outlook on overall investment potential in ATF in India given the stellar growth in ATF 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:
  • Aviation Companies -Aviation companies are hoarding to retain and maximize their market shares. The report outlines the new opportunities and provides an independent insight on the changing aviation fabric of the country
  • ATF Importers & Suppliers- ATF availability and its supply chain will be a center stage as Indian aviation sector grows even bigger and more regional. The report does a deep dive into the evolving demand for ATF through mapping of new regional terminals and new demand
  • PSUs
  • 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 promoting aviation as an accessible means of transportation
  • Banks/Financing Institutions/ Investors - The report provides an independent analysis of the opportunities and competitive challenges associated with ATF demand growth, which will be crucial in existing & future valuations and investment decisions

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
  • Indian Civil Aviation Sector Analysis
  • Indian Aviation Sector Framework
  • Government Agencies, their roles and responsibilities
  • Major Aviation Players
2. Indian Aviation Sector Highlights
  • Aviation traffic growth trend
  • Major drivers for Indian Aviation Sector
  • Competitive landscape of Aviation Companies in India
  • FDI in Aviation Sector in India
3. Major recent policies & initiatives taken by GoI, such as
  • National Civil Aviation Policy 2016
  • Regional Connectivity Scheme – UDAN
  • Highlights of private sector interest in Phase 1 bidding of RCS UDAN routes
4. Aviation Sector Capacity Outlook
  • Mapping of all major and small airports in India
  • High-level assessment of airport terminal capacity
  • Existing airport terminal capacity utilization based on traffic
  • Aviation company wise Mapping of fleet strength
  • Existing fleet strength
  • Insights on order booking and new fleet additions
5. Indian ATF Sector Analysis6. Technical specifications of Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF)
7. ATF Pricing Analysis:
  • Historic ATF pricing trend
  • Build-up of ATF price
8. ATF Sector Outlook in India
  • Mapping of domestic Crude Oil Refineries Producing ATF in India
  • Major ATF marketing & supply players in India
  • Competitive landscape of ATF players in India
  • Outlook on ATF Supply Chain infrastructure:
  • Pipeline
  • Storage
9. ATF demand and supply trend in India (Historic trend analysis)
  • Aviation Turbine Fuel Consumption trend in India
  • Overall ATF supply trend,
  • Domestic
  • Imports
10. Domestic ATF Supply Potential, based on
  • Existing Refineries and their expansion
  • New Refineries and their expansion
11. Outlook on ATF demand (2017-2030), based on
  • Existing ATF consumption
  • Future ATF demand potential covering:
  • Growth in existing ATF consumption
  • New Demand from new routes/regional connectivity airport terminals
12. ATF Gap Analysis
  • Overall Demand-Supply Gap on a state wise as well as pan-India basis
  • Outlook on ATF imports potential
13. ATF Supply Chain Outlook for New Regional Airport Terminals (State wise analysis)
  • High-level outlook on distance between nearest refinery with ATF production capacity to the regional airport
  • Proximity to nearest ATF/Petroleum Product Pipeline from the regional airport
  • High-level mapping of regional airport ATF supply-chain challenges & opportunities
14. Conclusion

Companies Mentioned

A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • ONGC
  • OIL
  • MRPL
  • RIL
  • BPCL
  • OIL
  • HPCL
  • Essar
  • Shell
  • IOCL