today to just 56 per cent by 2035 as imports rise by 163 per cent.
"Declines in oil production (by 25 per cent) is made up by increases in gas (44 per cent) and coal (116 per cent)," it said.
Coal remains the dominant fuel produced in India with a 66 per cent market share in 2035. Renewables in power overtakes oil as the second largest, increasing from 3 per cent to 10 per cent in 2035 as oil drops from 12 per cent to 4 per cent.
According to BP, India's energy intensity is 32 per cent lower than today's level compared to a BRIC average decline of 46 per cent. Despite slower intensity improvement, per capita demand is 60 per cent below the BRIC average.