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インドの原子力エネルギー市場の将来展望

Nuclear Energy Market in India 2014-2020

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インドの原子力エネルギー市場の将来展望 Nuclear Energy Market in India 2014-2020
出版日: 2014年06月24日 ページ情報: 英文 204 Pages
概要

インドの原子力エネルギー産業はこの数年間で急速に成長し、今後20年間は更に高い速度で成長する見通しです。原子力発電は今では火力・水力・再生可能エネルギー発電に次ぐ国内第4位の電力源となっています。市場成長の主な要因として、トリウム式原子炉の技術進歩や先進国との原子力協定の締結、3段階の原子力計画の施行、放射性鉱物の豊富な埋蔵量などが挙げられます。原子力事故時の民事責任の負担にも関わらず、2017/18年度までのインドの原子力市場全体の年平均成長率(CAGR)は14.91%に達する見通しです。今後4〜5年間に6基の原子炉が完成し、また10基の原子炉が発注されるのが、市場成長を更に促進する要因となるでしょう。

当レポートでは、インドにおける原子力エネルギー市場の最新動向と将来展望について分析し、同国の現在のエネルギー需要・供給状況や、これまでの技術開発の歩みと今後の見通し、原子力エネルギーの整備計画・政策、関係機関・企業の概略、原子力発電市場の今後の動向見通し、様々なリスクとその対応策といった情報をお届けいたします。

第1章 エグゼクティブ・サマリー

  • 分析範囲
  • 分析手法

第2章 インドのエネルギー需給状況

  • 将来のエネルギー需要量と供給オプション
  • インドの将来的な電気需要量

第3章 インド国内の原子力エネルギーのニーズ

  • エネルギー安全保障
  • 原子力発電の経済性

第4章 インドの原子力エネルギー市場

  • インドの原子力発電プログラム
    • 3段階の原発計画

第5章 輸出入シナリオ

  • 輸出
  • 輸入

第6章 成長促進要因・阻害要因と主な課題

  • 成長促進要因
  • 成長阻害要因

第7章 インド国内の原子力エネルギーの規制体制

  • 原子力政策
  • 規制当局
    • 原子力エネルギー省(DAE)
    • 原子力エネルギー委員会(AEC)
  • 研究機関
    • Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
    • Atomic Minerals Directorate (AMD)
    • Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR)
  • 産業組織
    • Heavy Water Board (HWB)
    • Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL)
    • Nuclear Fuel Complex (NFC)
    • Nuclear Recycle Board (NRB)

第8章 原子力エネルギー関連のリスク

  • 建設リスク
  • 投資リスク
  • 信用リスク
  • 政策リスク
  • 安全性・災害リスク
  • 環境リスク

第9章 原子力発電技術

  • 原子力発電技術の概要
  • 原子力発電の手順
  • 原子力発電の構成要素
  • インドで使用されている原子炉の種類

第10章 インドの原子炉の詳細情報

第11章 主要企業のプロファイル

  • Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL)
  • Hindustan Construction Company (HCC)
  • Godrej and Boyce Manufacturing (G&B)
  • Electronics Corporation of India Ltd (ECIL)
  • Hindustan Dorr-Oliver (HDO)
  • CORE Energy Systems
  • NDTS India
  • Preci-Fab Engineers Pvt. Ltd
  • United Engineering Works
  • BGR Energy Systems
  • Kay Bouvet Engineering (KBEL)
  • Kirloskar Brothers (KBL)
  • Tata Consulting Engineers (TCE)
  • Technofab Engineering (TEL)
  • Larsen & Toubro (L&T)
  • Walchandnagar Industries (WIL)
  • Advance Tech Limited (ATL)

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目次
Product Code: NOV0614002

The Nuclear Energy sector in India has been growing rapidly over the past few years and is scheduled to grow at an even more rapid pace over the next 2 decades. It is now the fourth-largest source of electricity in India after thermal power, hydroelectric power and renewable energy Sources.

The accelerated growth in the sector is projected due to factors like:

  • India's advances in Thorium-based nuclear reactor technology
  • Successful signing of nuclear agreements and treaties with developed nations
  • The execution of the 3-stage Nuclear Power Programme
  • Extensive exploitable reserves of radioactive minerals

The overall market for nuclear energy in India is expected to grow at a CAGR of 14.91% till FY2017-18 despite the prohibitive Civil Liability for Nuclear Damages Act. This growth is expected to be driven by the completion of 6 scheduled nuclear reactors and the commissioning of at least 10 new ones over the next 4-5 years.

Scope of the report

  • This report provides a detailed view of Indian energy scenario with current installed capacity and supply options.
  • This report identifies the need for focusing on nuclear energy sector.
  • This report provides detailed information on nuclear energy market in India with growth forecasts up to 2019.
  • This report also focuses on developing a better understanding of the current state of the nuclear power generation technology.
  • This study also identifies various policies related to nuclear energy generation and distribution in India.
  • The report identifies the growth drivers and inhibitors for nuclear energy market in India.
  • The report identifies risks associated with nuclear power generation in India.
  • This report profiles key players in Indian nuclear energy market.
  • This report provides detailed information about Indian nuclear power plants.
  • This report provides detailed competitive landscape of Indian nuclear energy sector.
  • This report identifies major current and future trends in Indian nuclear energy sector.

The report covers all the segments of the nuclear energy industry value chain from research organizations to EPC contractors, and power plant operators to component suppliers. Government agencies and Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) have also been interviewed and analyzed. To be precise, 18 companies and organizations were covered while preparing this report.

The temporal scope of the report ranges from the commencement of India's nuclear power program in the 1960's, all the way to the projections of 21 GW of installed capacity in 2021. Past performance in planning and execution of nuclear power plants has been taken into account while projecting the future developments.

The domain coverage is extensive with financial, strategic, trade, macro-economic and environmental aspects being covered. Using these and various models, the market size has been projected. Competitive structure of the industry has also been analyzed in depth, along with detailed profiles of major players.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary

  • 1.1. Scope of the Report
  • 1.2. Research Methodology

2. India's Energy Position

  • 2.1. Future Energy Requirements and Supply Options
  • 2.3. India's Electricity Demand Till 2032

3. Need for Nuclear Energy in India

  • 3.1. Energy Security
  • 3.2. Economics of Nuclear Power

4. Nuclear Energy Market in India

  • 4.1. Indian Nuclear Power Program
    • 4.1.1. Three-Stage Nuclear Power Program of India

5. EXIM Scenario

  • 5.1. Exports
  • 5.2. Imports

6. Growth Drivers, Inhibitors and Key Pain Areas

  • 6.1. Growth Drivers
  • 6.2. Growth Inhibitors

7. Nuclear Energy Regulatory Framework in India

  • 7.1. Nuclear Policy
  • 7.2. Regulatory Agencies
    • 7.2.1. Department of Atomic Energy (DAE)
    • 7.2.2. Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB)
    • 7.2.3. Atomic Energy Commission (AEC)
  • 7.3. Research Agencies
    • 7.3.1. Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC)
    • 7.3.2. Atomic Minerals Directorate (AMD)
    • 7.3.3. Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR)
  • 7.4. Industrial Organizations
    • 7.4.1. Heavy Water Board (HWB)
    • 7.4.2. Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL)
    • 7.4.3. Nuclear Fuel Complex (NFC)
    • 7.4.4. Nuclear Recycle Board (NRB)

8. Risks associated with Nuclear Energy

  • 8.1. Construction Risks
  • 8.2. Investment Risks
  • 8.3. Credit Risks
  • 8.4. Policy Risks
  • 8.5. Safety and Disaster Risks
  • 8.6. Ecological Risks

9. Nuclear Power Generation Technology

  • 9.1. Introduction of Nuclear Power Generation Technology
  • 9.2. Nuclear Power - Generation Procedure
  • 9.3. Nuclear Plant Components
  • 9.4. Types of Nuclear reactors used in India

10. Details about Indian Nuclear Reactors

11. Profiles of Key Players in Indian Nuclear Energy Sector

  • 11.1. Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL)
  • 11.2. Hindustan Construction Company (HCC)
  • 11.3. Godrej and Boyce Manufacturing (G&B)
  • 11.4. Electronics Corporation of India Ltd (ECIL)
  • 11.5. Hindustan Dorr-Oliver (HDO)
  • 11.6. CORE Energy Systems
  • 11.7. NDTS India
  • 11.8. Preci-Fab Engineers Pvt. Ltd
  • 11.9. United Engineering Works
  • 11.10. BGR Energy Systems
  • 11.11. Kay Bouvet Engineering (KBEL)
  • 11.12. Kirloskar Brothers (KBL)
  • 11.13. Tata Consulting Engineers (TCE)
  • 11.14. Technofab Engineering (TEL)
  • 11.15. Larsen &Toubro (L&T)
  • 11.16. Walchandnagar Industries (WIL)
  • 11.17. Advance Tech Limited (ATL)

Exhibits

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  • Exhibit 1.1: Nuclear Power Generation Capacity of India
  • Exhibit 1.2: Break-up of power generation sources in India
  • Exhibit 2.1: Per Capita Electricity Consumption in India
  • Exhibit 2.2: Year on Year Electricity Production Growth in India
  • Exhibit 2.3: Region-wise Energy Deficit in India
  • Exhibit 2.4: List of Under-Construction Nuclear Reactors in India
  • Exhibit 2.5: Year on Year Growth of Nuclear Power Generation Capacity in India
  • Exhibit 2.6: Source-wise Installed Capacity in India (in MW)
  • Exhibit 2.7: Year on Year Installed Power Generation Capacity in India
  • Exhibit 2.8: Installed Power Generation Capacity in India: 2014-2025
  • Exhibit 2.9: Electricity Consumption in India by 2032
  • Exhibit 3.1: India's Strategies for long-term Energy Security
  • Exhibit 3.2: Comparison of Estimated and Revised Cost of Nuclear Reactors in India
  • Exhibit 3.3: Cost Break-up for Operating a Nuclear Reactor in India
  • Exhibit 4.1: India's 3-Stage Nuclear Power Programme
  • Exhibit 4.2: Overview of India's 3-Stage Nuclear Power Programme
  • Exhibit 4.3: State-wise Operational Nuclear Reactors in India
  • Exhibit 4.4: State-wise Under Construction Nuclear Reactors in India
  • Exhibit 4.5: State-wise Planned Nuclear Reactors in India
  • Exhibit 4.6: State-wise Proposed Nuclear Reactors in India
  • Exhibit 4.7: Forecast of Nuclear Power Generation in India 2013-2020
  • Exhibit 4.8: Four Different Scenarios of Nuclear Power Generation Plans in India Data: IESS, 2047 Planning Commission
  • Exhibit 4.9: Forecast of Nuclear Power Generation in India Based on Four Different Scenarios Data: IESS, 2047 Planning Commission
  • Exhibit 4.10: Cost of Under Construction Nuclear Reactors in India
  • Exhibit 5.1: Value of Nuclear Power Equipment Export from India
  • Exhibit 6.1: Key Growth Drivers and Inhibitors for Nuclear Energy Market in India
  • Exhibit 6.2: Energy Deficit by Region in India
  • Exhibit 7.1: Key Information - Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) India
  • Exhibit 7.2: Key Information - Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) India
  • Exhibit 7.3: Key Information - Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) India
  • Exhibit 7.4: Key Information -Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) India
  • Exhibit 7.5: Key Information - Atomic Minerals Directorate (AMD) India
  • Exhibit 7.6: Key Information - Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR) India
  • Exhibit 7.7: Key Information - Heavy Water Board (HWB) India
  • Exhibit 7.8: HWB India in Nuclear Fuel Value Chain
  • Exhibit 7.9: Key Information - Uranium Corporation of India Limited (UCIL)
  • Exhibit 7.10: UCIL in Nuclear Fuel Value Chain
  • Exhibit 7.11: Key Information - Nuclear Fuel Complex (NFC) India
  • Exhibit 7.12: NFCin Nuclear Fuel Value Chain
  • Exhibit 7.13: Key Information - Nuclear Recycle Board (NRB) India
  • Exhibit 7.14: NRB in Nuclear Fuel Value Chain
  • Exhibit 9.1: Nuclear Power Generation Procedure
  • Exhibit 10.1: Map of Indian Nuclear Reactor Locations and Capacity
  • Exhibit 11.1: Key Information - Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL)
  • Exhibit 11.2: NPCIL in Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.3: Details of Under-Construction Reactors by NPCIL
  • Exhibit 11.4: Revenue Growth of NPCIL from 2008-2013
  • Exhibit 11.5: Revenue Growth (%) of NPCIL from 2008-2013
  • Exhibit 11.6: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for NPCIL from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.7: Revenue Growth Forecast for NPCIL from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.8: SWOT Analysis for NPCIL
  • Exhibit 11.9: Key Information - Hindustan Construction Company (HCC)
  • Exhibit 11.10: HCCin Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.11: Revenue Growth of HCC from 2008-2013
  • Exhibit 11.12: Revenue Growth (%) of HCC from 2008-2013
  • Exhibit 11.13: Revenue Growth Forecast for HCC from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.14: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for HCC from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.15: SWOT Analysis for HCC
  • Exhibit 11.16: Key Information - Godrej & Boyce Manufacturing (G&B)
  • Exhibit 11.17: G&B in Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.18: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for G&B from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.19: Revenue Growth Forecast for G&B from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.20: SWOT Analysis for G&B
  • Exhibit 11.21: Key Information - Electronics Corporation of India (ECIL)
  • Exhibit 11.22: ECIL in Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.23: Revenue Growth of ECIL from 2008-2013
  • Exhibit 11.24: Revenue Growth (%) ofECIL from 2008 -2013
  • Exhibit 11.25: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for G&B from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.26: Revenue Growth Forecast for ECIL from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.27: SWOT Analysis for ECIL
  • Exhibit 11.28: Key Information - Hindustan Dorr-Oliver (HDO)
  • Exhibit 11.29: HDO in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.30: Revenue Growth for HDO from 2008-2013
  • Exhibit 11.31: Revenue Growth (%) of HDO from 2018-2013
  • Exhibit 11.32: Revenue Growth (%) for HDO from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.33: Revenue Growth for HDO from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.34: SWOT Analysis for HDO
  • Exhibit 11.35: Key Information - CORE Energy Systems
  • Exhibit 11.36: CORE Energy in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.37: Revenue Break-up (%) for CORE Energy for FY2013-14
  • Exhibit 11.38: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for CORE Energy from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.39: Revenue Growth Forecast for CORE Energy from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.40: SWOT Analysis for CORE Energy
  • Exhibit 11.41: Key Information - NDTS India
  • Exhibit 11.42: NDTS India in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.43: Revenue Break-up (%) for NDTS India FY2013-14
  • Exhibit 11.44: SWOT Analysis for NDTS India
  • Exhibit 11.45: Key Information - Preci-Fab Engineering
  • Exhibit 11.46: Preci-Fab Engineering in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.47: Revenue Break-up for Preci-Fab Engineering FY2013-14
  • Exhibit 11.48: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for Preci-Fab Engineering from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.49: Revenue Growth Forecast for Preci-Fab Engineering from 2014-2018
  • Exhibit 11.50: SWOT Analysis for Preci-Fab Engineering
  • Exhibit 11.51: Key Information - United Engineering Works
  • Exhibit 11.52: United Engineering in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.53: SWOT Analysis for United Engineering
  • Exhibit 11.54: Key Information - BGR Energy Systems
  • Exhibit 11.55: BGR Energy Systems in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.56: Revenue Growth of BGR Energy from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.57: Revenue Growth (%) of BGR Energy from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.58: PAT Growth of BGR Energy from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.59: PAT Growth (%) of BGR Energy from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.60: Revenue Growth Forecast for BGR Energy from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.61: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for BGR Energy from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.62: Average Revenue Break-up (%) for BGR Energy from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.63: SWOT Analysis for BGR Energy Systems Limited
  • Exhibit 11.64: Key Information - Kay Bouvet Engineering Ltd (KBEL)
  • Exhibit 11.65: KBEL in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.66: Operating Income Growth for KBEL from 2009-14
  • Exhibit 11.67: Operating Income Growth Forecast for KBEL from 2014-19
  • Exhibit 11.68: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for KBEL from 2014-19
  • Exhibit 11.69: Expected Revenue Break-up for KBEL
  • Exhibit 11.70: Products and Services offered by KBEL
  • Exhibit 11.71: SWOT Analysis for KBEL
  • Exhibit 11.72: Key Information - Kirloskar Brothers Ltd (KBL)
  • Exhibit 11.73: KBL in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.74: Revenue Growth and break-up for KBL from 2009-14
  • Exhibit 11.75: Revenue Growth (%) for KBL from 2009-14
  • Exhibit 11.76: PAT Growth for KBL from 2009-14
  • Exhibit 11.77: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for KBL from 2014-19
  • Exhibit 11.78: Revenue Growth Forecast and break-up for KBL from 2014-19
  • Exhibit 11.79: Average Revenue Break-up (%) for KBL
  • Exhibit 11.80: Market Share by value and % for KBL
  • Exhibit 11.81: Products and Services offered by KBL
  • Exhibit 11.82: SWOT Analysis for KBL
  • Exhibit 11.83: Key Information - Tata Consulting Engineers Ltd (TCE)
  • Exhibit 11.84: TCE in Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.85: Revenue Growth of TCE from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.86: Average Revenue Break-up (%) for TCE
  • Exhibit 11.87: Revenue Growth and split for TCE from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.88: Revenue Growth (%) of TCE from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.89: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for TCE from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.90: Revenue Growth and split for TCE from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.91: Products and Services offered by TCE
  • Exhibit 11.92: SWOT Analysis for TCE
  • Exhibit 11.93: Key Information - Technofab Engineering (TEL)
  • Exhibit 11.94: TEL in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.95: Revenue growth and split of TEL from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.96: Revenue Growth (%) by business vertical for TEL from 2009-13
  • Exhibit 11.97: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for TEL from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.98: Revenue Growth and split Forecast for TEL from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.99: Products and Services offered by TEL
  • Exhibit 11.100: SWOT Analysis for TEL
  • Exhibit 11.101: Key Information - Larsen and Toubro (L&T)
  • Exhibit 11.102: L&T in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.103: Revenue Growth of L&T from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.104: Revenue Growth (%) of L&T 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.105: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast for L&T from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.106: Revenue Growth Forecast for L&T from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.107: SWOT Analysis for L&T
  • Exhibit 11.108: Key Information -Walchandnagar Industries Limited (WIL)
  • Exhibit 11.109: WIL in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.110: Average Revenue Break-up (%) for WIL
  • Exhibit 11.111: Revenue Growth of WIL from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.112: Net Profit Growth of WIL from 2008-13
  • Exhibit 11.113: Revenue Growth (%) Forecast of WIL from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.114: Revenue Growth Forecast for WIL from 2014-18
  • Exhibit 11.115: Products offered by WIL
  • Exhibit 11.116: Services offered by WIL
  • Exhibit 11.117: SWOT Analysis for WIL
  • Exhibit 11.118: Key Information - Advance Tech Limited (ATL)
  • Exhibit 11.119: ATL in the Nuclear Energy Value Chain
  • Exhibit 11.120: Revenue (INR Millions) break down of ATL in 2012-13
  • Exhibit 11.121: Revenue Growth Forecast of ATL from 2014-19
  • Exhibit 11.122: Products and Services offered by ATL
  • Exhibit 11.123: SWOT Analysis for ATL

Companies Covered

  • 1. Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL)
  • 2. Hindustan Construction Company (HCC)
  • 3. Godrej and Boyce Manufacturing (G&B)
  • 4. Electronics Corporation of India Ltd (ECIL)
  • 5. Hindustan Dorr-Oliver (HDO)
  • 6. CORE Energy Systems
  • 7. NDTS India
  • 8. Preci-Fab Engineers Pvt. Ltd
  • 9. United Engineering Works
  • 10. BGR Energy Systems
  • 11. Kay Bouvet Engineering (KBEL)
  • 12. Kirloskar Brothers (KBL)
  • 13. Tata Consulting Engineers (TCE)
  • 14. Technofab Engineering (TEL)
  • 15. Larsen &Toubro (L&T)
  • 16. Walchandnagar Industries (WIL)
  • 17. Advance Tech Limited (ATL)
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