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India’s Power generation is set to see a phenomenal boom within next five years. NTPC being the leader among all is now followed by several other power companies in India who are equally competent and determined to bring a revolutionary change in the current scenario of India’s electricity supply. Using coal, gas, hydel, hydro, nuclear and other such things, power generation plants are aiming to reach electricity to cent percent of Indian regions.  A significant catalyst in fuelling the growth of the Indian economy, the oil and gas sector presents a powerful scope for investors in the years to come. Of late, the government has followed deregulation path to attract foreign participants. The New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP), conceived to address the increasing demand supply gap of energy in India, has proved to be successful in attracting the interest of both domestic private sector players and some foreign players with eight rounds of bidding, with Reliance Industries and Cairn being particularly active in this arena.

India is ranked second, behind Australia, in BMI’s composite Business Environment (BE) league table, leading China and Vietnam as a result of a good performance in both the upstream and downstream segments. India ranks second, ahead of Vietnam, in BMI’s upstream BE ratings, with a strong resource position being offset somewhat by extensive state involvement, a limited competitive landscape and only a moderate risk environment.

The country shares first place with China in BMI’s downstream Business Environment ratings, reflecting its status as a high-growth energy market with strongly positive population and demand trends, plus a low level of retail site intensity. It is seven points ahead of Japan, with no threat from the more mature Asian energy economy.
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