Delhi, Delhi India (PressExposure) December 18, 2007 -- RNCOS's "Indian Biofuel Industry" report helps clients to evaluate the current status and opportunities in the Indian Biofuels market. Government support, environmental objectives, diversity & security of fuel remain the major market forces for Indian Biofuels industry.
Indian Biofuel Industry
The tag of developing country and a huge energy demand (India stands at fifth position in energy consumption in the world) has forced India to depend on other countries for oil. This has increased the risk exposure of the country to the high price of the crude oil in the international market. With the increasing oil prices and being a part of the clean environment policies, India commenced on its Biofuels use journey in 2003. Basically, the Indian Biofuels sector is driven by ethanol and in case of biodiesel, the phase one consisting of pilot projects has almost been completed and the commercial production is expected to start in 2007 onwards.
Key Issues and Facts Analyzed
- Market forces driving the industry & challenges faced by it. - Is future of Biofuels industry is bright in India? - What will be the Biofuels demand scenario in India in 2010? - Are Government policies in India favoring Biofuels industry? - How big is the petroleum-based energy market in India? - What is the contribution of sugar industry in ethanol production in India?
Research Methodology Used
The information has been collected from authentic and reliable sources like Books, Newspapers, Trade Journals, and White papers, Industry portals, Government Agencies, Trade associations, Monitoring Industry News and developments, and Access to more than 3000 paid databases.
The methods of Ratio Analysis, Historical Trend Analysis, Judgmental Forecasting and Cause and Effect Analysis have been used for prudent analysis.