Natural Gas Demand - A Well Balanced Future: Motilal Oswal  
A compressed natural gas pressure gauge is seen on a fuel bowser an Indraprastha Gas Ltd. gas station in New Delhi. (Photographer: Prashanth Vishwanathan/Bloomberg)

Natural Gas Demand - A Well Balanced Future: Motilal Oswal  

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Motilal Oswal Report

India’s gas market is in a sweet spot with the completion of new trunk pipelines and the increased availability of both domestic and imported gas.

The availability of supply has, however, raised investor concerns over the demand-supply balance in the country.

Our demand-supply model forecasts gas demand in India at approximately 220 million metric standard cubic meter per day by FY27E – implying a compound annual growth rate of ~6% over the next six years, in line with the country’s long-term CAGR.

This ~6% CAGR is without considering any uptick in power sector demand – which, with just a 10% improvement in plant load factor, could raise the CAGR to ~8%.

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