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インドの道路・高速道路部門における市場機会

India Road & Highways Sector Opportunity Analysis

発行 KuicK Research 商品コード 344765
出版日 ページ情報 英文 150 Pages
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インドの道路・高速道路部門における市場機会 India Road & Highways Sector Opportunity Analysis
出版日: 2015年11月01日 ページ情報: 英文 150 Pages
概要

2015年3月現在、インドの国道 (national highway) および有料高速道路 (expressway)の延長は約96,214 kmであり、州道 (state highway) 1,47,800 km、その他の一般道約44,55,000 kmを合わせ、道路・高速道路の総延長は46,99,014 kmとなっています。国道はこの総延長の約2%、州道も約3%を占めるに過ぎず、一般道が全体の約95%を占めています。第11次5ヵ年計画の期間において、道路部門は投資額が大幅に増加し、第10次5ヵ年計画の3.5倍の規模に達しました。

当レポートでは、インドの道路・高速道路部門の市場機会について調査し、インドの道路・高速道路網の概要と構成、建設中および建設計画中の州道・国道・有料高速道路インフラ、料金徴収のメカニズムとその課題、投資シナリオ、外国直接投資に関する政策・イニシアチブ、官民提携の状況、プロジェクトソーシング&ファイナンシングの動向、投資家にとっての市場機会の分析、主要事業者のプロファイルなどをまとめています。

第1章 インドの道路・高速道路部門の概要

  • 道路インフラ
  • 高速道路インフラ
  • 有料高速道路 (Expressway)
  • 市内有料高速道路 (Intra-City Expressway)

第2章 道路・高速道路網の規模と成長

  • 国道(National Highway)
  • 州道(State Highway)
  • 1車線・複数車線

第3章 計画中・建設中の国道・有料高速道路インフラ

  • 計画中
  • 建設中

第4章 インドの道路・高速道路の交通量の動向

  • 貨物輸送
  • 人的移動

第5章 料金徴収メカニズム:市場機会と課題

第6章 自動料金徴収

第7章 インドの道路・高速道路部門の投資シナリオ

  • 政府の財政支援
  • 民間投資

第8章 道路・高速道路部門の外国直接投資政策

第9章 政府による政策・イニシアチブ

  • 政策・法規制上の枠組み
  • 主な発表・近年のイニシアチブ
  • 影響
  • 計画案

第10章 EPC・道路プロジェクト

  • EPCについて
  • EPCの重要性
  • NHDPプロジェクト
  • 州道プロジェクト

第11章 道路・高速道路インフラ開発における官民連携

  • PPPとNHDP
  • プロジェクトパイプライン
  • PPPの課題

第12章 市場と予測:詳細分析

  • 市場区分
  • 市場規模
  • 市場予測
  • プロジェクトパフォーマンス分析
  • コスト・時間の超過

第13章 インドの道路・高速道路部門のダイナミクス

  • 成長推進因子
  • 将来の展望・市場機会
  • 課題・懸念

第14章 プロジェクトソーシング&ファイナンシング

  • 財源
  • 資金調達の動向
  • ファイナンシングに関する近年のイニシアチブ
  • 投資推計
  • 金融投資家にとっての市場機会

第15章 競合環境

  • Ashoka Buildcon
  • Gayatri Projects
  • GMR Infrastructure
  • TATA Projects
  • Hindustan Construction Company
  • IL&FS Transportation Networks
  • IRB Infrastructure Developers
  • Jaypee Infratech
  • KMC Constructions
  • Larsen & Toubro
  • Navayuga Engineering Company
  • NCC
  • Reliance Infrastructure
目次

India's road network at a primary level includes national highways while the secondary system is made up of state highways and major district roads. Extending the road system further are the rural and other roads apart from expressways. Of these the National Highways (NH) are handled by the central government while the state highways (SH) are in the hands of the state government. Other types of roads include the major district roads (MDR) and other district roads & rural roads that are handled by the state and local government respectively. In terms of ownership and construction the roads in India can be classified as Maintained by PWD, panchayat raj roads, JRY and PMGSY Roads, urban roads and project roads.

As of March 2015, India's network of National Highways/Expressway was about 96,214 km. The network of state highways stretched 1,47,800 km, while other roads were about 44,55,000 km out of a total of 46,99,014 km of roads and highways. National highways thus make about 2% of the total road length, the state highways about 3% with the other roads making up nearly 95%. The roads sector saw significant investment growth during the 11th FYP. Overall investment grew by 3.5 times compared to the 10th FYP, reaching INR 5.16 Lakh Crore. Roads made up about 20% of overall infrastructure investments in the 11th FYP, growing 8% from the numbers in the 10th FYP. The actual investment in roads during the 11th FYP was 10% higher than planned, due to an increase in central-government spending on rural road programs (Pradhan Mantri Gram Sadak Yojana) and state investments.

The 12th five year plan serves as the reference point for the growth in the market and projections about it with respect to road infrastructure. The 12th plan has the objective of improving mobility and accessibility while reducing the cost of transportation. The main target of the 12th five year plan is the completion of the ongoing phases of NHDP-I, II, III and V involving upgradation to 4 or more lanes of about 32,750 km. This includes overlapping length of about 5,850 km under GQ and NHDP-V, in a time bound manner within the plan period. About 10,000 km of roads are to be added to the national highways during the twelfth plan so that the total length of the highways becomes 91,200 km.

The government has plans to attract funding from the private sector for infrastructure projects to reduce strains on the budget. In this respect the PPP model has emerged as a preferred one for private sector participation in road projects and there have been about 100 completed PPP projects and 165 PPP projects that are in progress. For national highways that are not viable on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) basis the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has decided to adopt the Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) mode. About 20,000 km of 2-lane National Highways projects are to be constructed through EPC mode in the Twelfth Five Year Plan.

“India Road & Highway Sector Investment Opportunity Analysis” Report Highlights

  • India Road & Highway Sector Overview & Network Analysis
  • Planned & Under Construction Highway & Expressway Infrastructure
  • Toll Collection Mechanism: Opportunities & Challenges
  • India Road & Highway Sector Investment Scenario
  • FDI Policy & Government Initiatives
  • PPP in Roads & Highway Infrastructure Development
  • Project Sourcing & Financing

Table of Contents

1. India Road & Highway Sector Overview

  • 1.1. Road Infrastructure
  • 1.2. Highway Infrastructure
  • 1.3. Expressways
  • 1.4. Intra-City Expressways

2. Road & Highway Network Size and Growth

  • 2.1. National Level
  • 2.2. State Level
  • 2.3. Single & Multiple Lane

3. Planned & Under Construction Highway & Expressway Infrastructure

  • 3.1. Planned
  • 3.2. Under Construction

4. India Road & Highway Traffic Trends

  • 4.1. Cargo Movement
  • 4.2. Passenger Travel

5. Toll Collection Mechanism: Opportunities & Challenges

6. Electronic Toll Collection

7. India Road & Highway Sector Investment Scenario

  • 7.1. Government Financial Support
  • 7.2. Private Sector Investments

8. Road & Highway Sector FDI Policy

9. Government Policy & Initiatives

  • 9.1. Policy & Regulatory Framework
  • 9.2. Key Announcements & Recent Policy Initiatives
  • 9.3. Likely Impact on the Sector
  • 9.4. Proposed Plans

10. EPC and Road Projects

  • 10.1. Introduction to EPC
  • 10.2. Relevance of EPC
  • 10.3. NHDP Projects
  • 10.4. State Highway Projects

11. PPP in Roads & Highway Infrastructure Development

  • 11.1. PPP & NHDP
  • 11.2. Project Pipeline
  • 11.3. Issues & Challenges in PPP

12. Market and Project in Detail

  • 12.1. Market Segmentation
  • 12.2. Market in Value terms
  • 12.3. Market Projections
  • 12.4. Analysis of Projects Performance
  • 12.5. Cost and Time Overruns

13. India Road & Highway Sector Dynamics

  • 13.1. Growth Drivers
  • 13.2. Future Outlook & Opportunities
  • 13.3. Issues, Challenges and Concerns

14. Project Sourcing & Financing

  • 14.1. Financing Sources
  • 14.2. Financing Trends
  • 14.3. Recent Initiatives in Financing
  • 14.4. Investment Estimates
  • 14.5. Opportunities for Financial Investors

15. Competitive Landscape

  • 15.1. Ashoka Buildcon
  • 15.2. Gayatri Projects
  • 15.3. GMR Infrastructure
  • 15.4. TATA Projects
  • 15.5. Hindustan Construction Company
  • 15.6. IL&FS Transportation Networks
  • 15.7. IRB Infrastructure Developers
  • 15.8. Jaypee Infratech
  • 15.9. KMC Constructions
  • 15.10. Larsen & Toubro
  • 15.11. Navayuga Engineering Company
  • 15.12. NCC
  • 15.13. Reliance Infrastructure
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