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Balance of Power Plant (BoP) Systems
 
 
     Published : February  - 2013  | Format : Electronic PDF  | Pages : 200
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Balance of Power Plant (BoP) Systems

This comprehensive report showcases  an in-depth insight on the project management of entire BOP EPC and associated timeline along with the major hurdles faced while executing the BOP package. It also analyzes the recent moves of some BOP players to venture into BTG segment and vice-versa and the synergy they would derive by such strategic change in the overall value chain.This report covers profiling of key BOP contractors in India for all segments of the value chain.


Overall Objective

To foresee the emerging market  for BOP in India that will emerge out of the gap which exists between the  huge demand coming from the accelerated capacity addition planning and capacity and capability of existing vendors in the  coming decade covering 12th and 13th plan period

To spot the opportunity for the existing players in mergers and acquisitions/consolidation in the market and how they can go beyond from the traditional product/equipment  offerings to become a complete service and solution provider to the utilities

To study the inevitability of imported products and solutions in light of timely completion of power projects and the value proposition they would bring with them ( mostly from Chinese and Korean companies)

To find out best practice in the industry so as to help the project developers in executing the BOP projects in terms of reducing the time and cost over runs in project management and contractual offerings

To bridge the gap of information lack by providing critical, authentic and reliable  information on BOP players for strategic decision making and would serve the basic premise in selection of BOP players for project execution.

To strengthen the existing knowledge base of BOP systems, process and procedures and overall know how of the power project management


Key Questions Addressed

  • Few vendors qualify for providing BOP for higher size units, is the capacity enough for such a huge demand?
  • What is the future action plan from the Govt as well as from the Private to enhance the capacity and capability of BOP island
  • How much dependency is there for BOP imports from countries like China and Korea?
  • What is the policy push from Govt side to mitigate the upcoming crisis in the BOP sector?
  • With pipeline bulging with orders for the existing vendors, apprehensions are whether they can execute the projects in a time bound manner?
  • How can a new vendor enter into the market while minimum qualification for enter into bid process is at least execution of 2 projects of similar nature?
  • What holds back the developer for timely placement of orders in parallel to the BTG?
  • What is the overall cost of delay /loss to the utilities on account of delay in completion of projects?
  • How the contractual process may be streamlined to encourage new vendors to enter and incentivize existing vendors for timely execution of projects?
  • How standardization can help reduce the timeline and cost of the project?
  • What is the value of investment locked due to non-clearance of power projects by the environmental ministry?
  • What kind of policy push needed to address the concerns of BOP vendors in terms of mitigating the risks attached, ease of financing and capacity enhancement?
  • Can PPP ( Public Private Partnership)  model be applied to power sector with private sectors  executing the project on BOOT basis
  • What is the overall outlook for BOP market in India in short to long term scenario?
  • Does it make economic sense for BOP players acquiring BTG skills for complete EPC turnkey solutions for power projects?
 
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