May 2015, Vol 242, No. 5

Features

Uncertain Prospects for Indias Pipeline Ambitions

India, the second-most populous country in the world and fourth-largest energy consumer after China, the United States and Russia, is home to abundant supplies of coal, oil and natural gas. Nevertheless, according to the International Energy Administration, India’s per capita energy consumption remains about one-third of the global average as it becomes increasingly dependent on energy imports to support average annual economic growth of about 8%, population increase and rapid urbanization. With the Indian economy set to exceed that of Japan and Germany combined in 2019, according to IMF figures, the nation badly needs to increase its energy supplies and address its chronic infrast

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