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Presentation No. 8 on Fertiliser Sector. Status . India is the second largest consumer and third largest producer of fertiliser in the world. India consumed 54 million tonnes and produced 38 million tonnes fertiliser products in 2012-13.

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status
Status
  • India is the second largest consumer and third largest producer of fertiliser in the world.
  • India consumed 54 million tonnes and produced 38 million tonnes fertiliser products in 2012-13.
  • India has large manufacturing base with 33 urea plants, 19 NP/NPK plants and about 90 SSP plants.
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Fertiliser Supplies – Import Dependence

India’s dependence on imports (Per cent)

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Status
  • Capacity and efficiency of Indian urea and NP/NPK plants is of world scale.
  • India does not have process technology but has indigenous fabrication & Engineering capabilities.
  • India has some strength in production and R&D of catalysts.
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Benchmarking Energy Efficiency of Ammonia Plants-2010-11

Source : FAI and Nitrogen +Syngas , Vol. 325, September-October 2013

regulatory environment
Regulatory Environment
  • Indian fertiliser industry continues to operate in highly regulated environment.
  • MRP and movement of fertilisers are controlled.
  • Stifling controls and micromanagement of industry have rendered the sector unattractive for investment.
impact of regulatory environment
Impact of Regulatory Environment
  • The industry is not able to generate surplus funds for capital investment/ modernization/innovation.
  • Payment of Industry dues are abnormally delayed.
  • Imbalanced use of plant nutrients.
ensuring fertiliser security
Ensuring Fertiliser Security
  • India can achieve self sufficiency in production of nitrogenous fertiliser provided priority in allocation of domestic gas is restored.
  • India needs an investment fund to acquire resources abroad for phosphatic & potassic fertilisers.
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WayForward

  • Industry should be freed from the task of reaching the fertiliser subsidy to 130 million farmers.
  • Industry be allowed to operate in free and competitive environment.
  • R&D in the area of catalysts for ammonia and sulphuric acid plants needs to be strengthened.
  • Mechanism and funding of R&D programme be strengthened.
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WayForward

Improving Fertiliser Use efficiency

Package of agricultural practices suited to diverse agro-climatic conditions.

Innovative Fertiliser Products

Customized, specialty and liquid fertilisers, fertilisers fortified with micro-nutrients.

Coated fertilisers for slow release properties

Bio-fertilisers and organic matter

improving fertiliser quality control mechanism focus on skill development and training

WayForward

Improving fertiliser quality control mechanism.

Focus on skill development and training.

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