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Industrial Gas Report - India

NEW YORK, Feb. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Industrial Gas Report - India

gasworld's Business Intelligence and Business Intelligence Online Services, combine in-house generated capacity databases and analytical skills with considerable editorial resources. Providing up-to-date information on the market size and supply structure of the industrial gas sector in a number of countries and regions around the world.

The gasreports provide up-to-date information on the market size and supply structure of industrial gases in each country or region analysed.

Prepared by the gasworld Business Intelligence team and supported by our specialist consultants with direct involvement in the region being researched. Each detailed business intelligence report contains a 10-year history and a 5 year forecasts of the respective gases markets.

• Industrial gas supply structure• Companies operating within each country• Market structure in terms of demand for gases• Macro-economic influences and drivers• Future market forecasts• Investment potential

India is not surprisingly the largest industrial gas market in South Asia, generating revenues of more than US$1.1 Bn in 2012. The industry has posted strong growth over the past decade: over 14% p.a. on average. There are a number of Tier 1 companies active in India, including Praxair, Linde, Air Products and Air Liquide, as well as a number of medium-sized indigenous companies. Though there has been somewhat of a slowdown in the last year, we are confident that revenue evolution will resume a healthy upwards trajectory in years to come. There is a lot of new onsite activity under way, and the market continues to mature with a growing bulk business and a multitude of new applications being continually introduced.

The Indian economy is the world's tenth-largest by nominal GDP and third-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). Following market-based economic reforms in 1991, India became one of the fastest-growing major economies; it is considered a newly industrialised country. However, it continues to face the challenges of poverty, corruption, malnutrition, inadequate public healthcare, and terrorism. India is a federal constitutional republic governed under a parliamentary system consisting of 28 states and 7 union territories.


1.0 INTRODUCTION 7 1.1 Background 7 1.2 Objectives 7 1.3 Definitions 7 2.0 STRUCTURE OF SUPPLY 8 3.0 GAS COMPANY PROFILES 10 3.1 Linde India Ltd (Formerly BOC India Ltd) 10 3.2 Praxair India Ltd 12 3.3 Inox Air Products 14 3.4 Air Liquide India 16 3.5 Goyal Gases 17 3.6 Bombay Oxygen 18 3.7 Bhoruka Gases 18 3.8 Matheson K-Air Gases 18 3.9 ASU facilities, main industrial gas companies ! India 19 3.10 ASU facilities, captive-owned and operated ! India 20 3.11 Carbon dioxide and Hydrogen plants ! India 21 3.12 Volume of Demand 22 4.0 MARKET ANALYSIS 23 4.1 Supply Mode Analysis 23 4.2 Gas Analysis 25 4.3 End Users Analysis 27 4.4 Market Development 28 4.5 Market Forecast 29 Appendix 1 – Abbreviations and Acronyms 31 Appendix 2 – Data and Capacity Tables 32-44

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