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Import dependency of Natural Gas and LNG import price in India

Implications of the Gas Price Increase in India

October 30th, 2014

The increase in gas price has come as a huge relief to the upstream players like ONGC and Oil India. Government estimates that 80% of the additional revenue will go to government owned companies. Natural gas was losing its market share in India due to expensive LNG imports and lack of domestic supply. The discovery of Krishna Godavari field (KG-D6) by Reliance in 2002 had increased the hope of transforming the natural gas industry in India. However, production started falling after reaching a peak of 57 mmscm/d in 2010. The expected peak production was 80 mmscm/d.

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