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Factsheet: India's Coal Conundrum, and Natural Gas as a Pillar of Growth
26 Jun 2014

Coal and natural gas are expected to remain the largest source of energy in India in the next couple of decades. However, with increasing demand, the country has started to increasingly rely on imports which are likely to increase many folds. The coal & natural gas fact sheets prepared by CEEW aim to highlight key data points (past & present) and list obstacles which are hampering domestic the production.

The fact sheets would aim to inform policy makers, industry stakeholders and help increase the awareness of the common public about the fuel availability and its usage. For a detailed analysis about the possibilities of India's energy outlook in the next two decades, watch this space.

Fact Sheet: India's Coal Conundrum: Spurring Growth vs. Energy Security vs. Environmental Sustainability

Fact Sheet: Natural Gas as a Pillar of Growth: Domestic Production and Import Vulnerabilities

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