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Irrigation Sector in India 2019
Emerging Trends, New Techniques, Upcoming Projects and Opportunities
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Irrigation Sector in India 2019
Key Takeaways According to the Composite Water Management Index 2.0 report, released by NITI Aayog in August 2019, the total irrigated command area in 24 key states has increased from 55.38 million hectares (million ha) in 2015-16 to 63.94 million ha in 2017-18. Only three states - Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Bihar have irrigated command area of over 5 million ha. Despite some promising initiatives, current irrigation practices are far from satisfactory. These are characterised by poor water use efficiency, less than optimal utilisation of irrigation potential, low coverage of advanced micro irrigation systems, overexploitation of groundwater sources, widespread use of water-intensive crops and poor freshwater management. The government too is making concerted efforts towards improving waste management practices through various flagship initiatives such as the Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY), Accelerated Irrigation Benefits Programme, Bharat Nirman Programme, Participatory Irrigation Management, Interlinking of Rivers (ILR) Programme, and Command Area Development and Water Management. The government has also created two dedicated funds - a long-term irrigation fund and a micro irrigation fund - with an initial corpus of about Rs 400 billion and Rs 50 billion, respectively, for financing these projects. Technology in the irrigation sector has evolved significantly over the past 10 years with regard to construction equipment, water transfer techniques and types of irrigation systems. Innovative technology-led irrigation systems such as micro-irrigation are gaining prominence over conventional flooding methods of irrigation. Of late, solar pumps have emerged as a viable, non-polluting source of power for agricultural consumers. The central government has been actively encouraging the uptake of solar pumps among farmers through schemes such as Kisan Urja Suraksha evam Utthaan Mahabhiyan. Of the total 29.93 million agricultural irrigation pumps, 0.13 million (0.4%) are solar powered, 8.8 million (29.4%) are diesel powered and 21 million (70.1%) operate on grid connected electricity.
Key Constraining Factors The gap between irrigation potential created and utilised has been increasing steadily over the last few decades. Poor budgetary provisions for operating and maintaining irrigation projects, incomplete distribution systems, non-completion of the command area development works, changes from the initially designed cropping pattern, etc. are some of the major reasons responsible for the sub-optimal utilisation of irrigation potential. Given the heavy dependence on groundwater sources for irrigation, groundwater depletion has emerged as a serious concern. Inter-state water disputes are another major cause of concern for irrigation projects.
Future Outlook At present, based on the projects tracked by India Infrastructure Research, the irrigation sector offer a lucrative pipeline of at least 182 projects (announced) entailing a combined investment of more than Rs 7 trillion. These projects will create a cumulative irrigation potential of 24.74 million ha. In the next five to six years, the irrigation sector is expected to offer huge business opportunities to various stakeholders such as project developers, engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractors, technology and equipment providers, financiers, etc.

Irrigation Sector in India 2019
Table of Contents
Executive Summary
Section I: Overview, Government Initiatives, Outlook and Opportunities
1. Agriculture Sector Overview Size and Growth Key Trends Government Initiatives Export and Import of Agricultural Products Institutional and Policy Framework Growth Drivers Investment Projections (2019-20 to 2023-24) Sector Outlook
2. Irrigation Overview Size and Growth Irrigation Potential Notable Trends Type of Projects (Major, Medium and Minor) Recent Policies, Regulations and Programmes Targets and Achievements Issues and Challenges Upcoming Opportunities Future Outlook and Projections
3. Water Demand and Supply Sources Demand for Water - By Sector - By State Water Availability and Sources - Surface water - Groundwater Alternative Sources Water Supply-Demand Gap Water Supply-Demand Gap Demand Outlook
4. Project Pipeline and Analysis Demand for Water Overall Project Pipeline Project Pipeline Analysis - By Region - By State - By Stage of Development - By Type of Irrigation System - By Completion Period Expected Capacity Addition Top 50 Upcoming Projects
5. Sector Outlook and Market Opportunities Demand for Water Overall Project Pipeline Growth Drivers Investment Requirements Market Opportunities - EPC Contractors - Pumps Manufacturers - Pipe Manufacturers - Meter Manufacturers - Storage System Providers - Technology Providers
6. Government Programmes Pradhan Mantri Krishi Sinchayee Yojana (PMKSY) Accelerated Irrigation Benefits Programme Bharat Nirman Programme Participatory Irrigation Management Interlinking of Rivers (ILR) Programme Command Area Development and Water Management Atal Bhujal Yojana (ABHY) - National Groundwater Management Improvement Program

Dam Rehabilitation and Improvement Programme National Aquifer Mapping Program (Naquim)
7. Cost Structure and Water Tariffs Existing Tariff Structure Water Charges across States Recent Tariff Revisions Key Cost Components of Irrigation Systems Subsidy Components Issues and Challenges
8. Financing Scenario and Outlook Key Funding Sources Union Budget 2019-20: Announcements and Expected Impact Expenditure Trends The PPP Experience and Potential Issues and Challenges Future Outlook
SECTION II: STATE FOCUS
9. State Agriculture Profiles Andhra Pradesh Telangana Bihar Chhattisgarh Gujarat Haryana Jharkhand Karnataka Madhya Pradesh Maharashtra Odisha Punjab Rajasthan Uttarakhand Tamil Nadu Uttar Pradesh West Bengal
SECTION III: STORAGE AND PIPELINE INFRASTRUCTURE
10. Irrigation Storage Systems Types of Irrigation Storage Systems Storage Practices PMKSY Innovations and Advancements Key Ongoing Projects Key Upcoming Projects Issues and Challenges Future Outlook
11. Pipes and Piping Systems Overview Market Size and Growth - Current and Projected Cost Analysis Case Studies Major Pipe Manufacturers Upcoming Tenders Issues and Challenges
SECTION IV: TECHNOLOGY AND EQUIPMENT MARKET
12. Irrigation Techniques and Technology Current Technology Deployment Key Irrigation Techniques (drip, sprinkler, center pivot, pot) Notable Innovations and Advancements

Initiatives for Improving Water Use Efficiency Best Practices Future Outlook
13. Focus on Micro Irrigation Salient Features The Experience so far Focus on Integrated Micro-Irrigation Potential for PPP Government Initiatives New Trends and Advancements Future Outlook
14. Pumps and Pumping Systems Pumps Market Size and Types of Pumps - Overall Solar Pumps - Cost Benefit Analysis - Market Size - State-Wise Solar Pumps Installations - Recent Tenders - Solar Pump Financing Models - Central Government Schemes - State Government Schemes - Innovative Deployment Models - Key Manufacturers - Market Projections - Issues and Concerns Electric Pumps - Market Size - Government Schemes - Key Manufacturers - Market Projections - Issues and Concerns Overall Segment Outlook
15. Meters and Other Equipment Requirements Equipment Market for Irrigation - Current Size Types of Meters Installed (manual, AMR, ultrasonic bulk flow meters, etc.) Other Ancillary Equipment Requirements Major Players Sourcing Options Innovations and Advancements Future Demand Projections
SECTION V: PROFILES OF KEY PROJECTS AND MARKET PLAYERS
16. Key Completed Projects Analysis of the Completed Projects Key Completed Projects - Integrated Kaleshwaram Irrigation Project - Mohanpura Multipurpose Project - Hundri Neeva Sujala Sravanti Irrigation Project Phase II - Bansagar Canal Project - Nandur Madhameshwar Major Irrigation Project-Phase-II - Pattiseema Lift Irrigation Scheme - Sindh Irrigation Project - Phase II - Bawanthadi Irrigation Project - RET Medium Project Irrigation (KBK) - Warna Major Irrigation Project - Bhima Lift Irrigation Scheme - Lower Panzara Irrigation Project - Sri Rameshwara Lift Irrigation Project - Sagad Medium Irrigation Project - Kundalia Major Multipurpose - Singhpur Barrage - Maniyari Tank (ERM) Project

- Kharung Tank Project - Dongargaon Medium Irrigation Project - Rajpora Lift Irrigation Project
17. Key Ongoing Projects Analysis of the Ongoing Projects Key Ongoing Projects - Indira Sagar (Polavaram) Irrigation Project - Sardar Sarovar Project - Upper Krishna Stage III - Pranahita Chevella Sujala Sravanthi Project - Palamuru Rangareddy Lift Irrigation Scheme - Gosikhurd Irrigation Project - Lower Penganaga Project - Upper Bhadra Project - JCR Devadula Lift Irrigation Scheme - Sita Rama Lift Irrigation Project Phase-I - Yettinahole Diversion Scheme - Saryu Nahar Pariyojna (Balance Works) - Krishna Delta Modernisation Project - Eastern Kosi Canal Project - Indira Gandhi Nahar Project (IGNP) Stage-II - Parwan Irrigation-cum-Drinking Water Supply Scheme - Subernarekha Multipurpose Project - Jharkhand - Subernarekha Major Irrigation Project - Odisha - Indiramma Flood Flow Canal Project - Poola Subbaiah-Veligonda Irrigation Project
18. Key Players/Contractors Gammon India Limited Gayatri Projects Limited The Indian Hume Pipe Company Limited Jain Irrigation Systems KEC International Limited Larsen & Toubro Limited IL&FS Engineering and Construction Company Limited Amrutha Constructions Private Limited GVPR Engineers Limited Hindustan Construction Company Limited KNR Constructions Limited Megha Engineering & Infrastructures Private Limited Nagarjuna Construction Company Limited Patel Engineering Limited SPML Infra Limited Vijeta Projects and Infrastructure Limited
Each player profile gives information on the company overview, project portfolio (completed and ongoing projects), financial performance, future plans, etc.
Database of Key Projects
The database is a compilation of upcoming projects (ongoing and planned) in the sector with details on scope, location, cost, capacity, funding sources, implementing agency, contractor (wherever available), current status, expected date of completion, etc.
Quarterly Updates
The three quarterly updates will cover: - Key Policy Developments - Recent Announcements - Update on Key Government Programmes - Project Completion/Awards - New Tenders - Etc.
Release Date: August 30, 2019 | No. of slides: 692

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