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BoP the builder
April 2015
A number of players in the balance of plant (BoP) sector, who had a phenomenal order intake in the past several years, are currently reeling under tremendous working capital stretch because of stuck inventory and huge receivables.
India´s oil cos plan Rs.3.4 trillion investments
March 2015
During the Eleventh Plan period (2007-2012), domestic oil and gas players exceeded the planned capital expenditure outlay. They invested Rs 2,751.6 billion, 120 per cent of the planned target of Rs 2,289.9 billion.
The Turn of the Tide
January 2015
With a new slew of orders in the offing, India´s Rs 1.30 lakh crore electrical equipment industry has shown a positive trend after four consecutive quarters of negative growth.
Fundamentally strong!
January 2015
The power sector has begun to witness several initiatives by authorities to address concerns on State Electricity Boards, fuel supply pacts and power purchase agreements. It would, however, take a while before clarity on several issues emerges.
We expect a lot of consolidation
November 2014
The growth in the BoP sector in the immediate future will remain calibrated, says Rakesh Amol, President - Infrastructure Business, KEC International Ltd.
Uncertainty over fuel issue will keep private players cautious
August 2013
Shrunk domestic market, where biddings are aggressive, the pressure on margin is inevitable, says S N Roy, Whole-time Director & Member of Board (Corporate Affairs and Power), L&T. He also talks about company's strategy and future plan for domestic and international markets, in an interaction with Pradeep Pandey.
Uncertainty over fuel issue will keep private players cautious
August 2013
Shrunk domestic market, where biddings are aggressive, the pressure on margin is inevitable, says S N Roy, Whole-time Director & Member of Board (Corporate Affairs and Power), L&T. He also talks about company's strategy and future plan for domestic and international markets, in an interaction with Pradeep Pandey.
The domestic market remains competitive with diminishing margins
July 2013
Unavailability of skilled manpower and good project management teams, diminishing working capital and absence of quality EPC contractors have resulted in an expectation-accomplishment gap in BoP segment.
Balance of plant
July 2013
If the 12th Plan has its way, there should be a huge demand of BoP equipment and contractors to meet the power sector requirements, yet, as Purnendu Chaubey analyses, one of the challenges confronting the BoP business is lack of competency in execution of BoP projects.
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