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Government of India
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
26-November-2010 16:17 IST
Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas in October 2010
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I.        

A. CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION  – PERFORMANCE

Month / Period

Planned Target (MMT)

Actual Production (MMT)

%age achievement

Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) Vis-à-vis target (%age)

Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) over last year   (%age)

October, 2010*

3.327

3.245

97.5

-2.5

13.7

April-October, 2010*

21.697

21.542

99.3

-0.7

10.7

April- October, 2009

 

19.457

 

 

 

MMT: Million Metric Tonnes.

 

 

*: Provisional.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

B. COMPANY-WISE ACHIEVEMENT

 

 

 

Company / State

Planned Target (MMT)

Actual Production (MMT)

%age achievement

Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) (%age)

ONGC

2.1950

2.0830

94.9

-5.1

  Gujarat

0.5010

0.4830

96.4

 

  Andhra Pradesh

0.0240

0.0250

104.2

 

  Tamil Nadu

0.0200

0.0200

100.0

 

  Assam

0.1160

0.1040

89.7

 

  Mumbai Region (incl Mumbai High)

1.5340

1.4510

94.6

 

OIL

0.3153

0.3119

98.9

-1.1

  Assam

0.3134

0.3101

98.9

 

  Arunachal Pradesh

0.0019

0.0018

94.7

 

PRIVATE/JVC

0.8169

0.8499

104.0

4.0

TOTAL

3.3272

3.2448

97.5

-2.5

 

C. REASONS FOR SHORTFALL

Company / State

Reasons for shortfall

ONGC (Gujarat)

· Ceasure of self flow wells. Power shutdown.  Increasing water cut trend. Less than expected oil gain from new wells. Planned shutdown for repair of 600 mtrs. Gas lift line from Hazira to Motwan.

ONGC (Assam)

· Environmental Problems.

ONGC (Tamil Nadu)

· Wells to be closed on account of less gas offtake by consumers M/s. TNEB.  Frequent load shedding.

ONGC (Mumbai High Offshore)

· Development of earmarked rig deferred to post monsoon .  Less than anticipated production from wells of Vasak East field. Offtake affected due to mooring & Demooring at D1 field.

OIL (Assam)

Marginal loss in crude oil production was due to environmental problems such as Oil blockade, disruption in bowser movement etc.

A statement showing Crude Oil Production during October, 2010 and cumulatively for the period April- October, 2010 vis-à-vis planned production is at Annexure-I.

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II.  A. REFINERY PRODUCTION

    (IN TERMS OF CRUDE THROUGHPUT)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Month / Period

Planned Target (MMT)

Actual Production (MMT)

%age achievement

Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) Vis-à-vis target         (in %age)

Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) over last year          (in %age)

October, 2010*

13.49

13.58

100.6

0.6

-4.8

April- October, 2010*

91.20

93.58

102.6

2.6

1.4

April- October, 2009

 

92.25

 

 

 

*: Provisional.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The crude throughput in IOC (Guwahati, Barauni, Haldia, Bongaigaon, Koyali, Digboi & Mathura), BPCL (Mumbai & Kochi), CPCL (Manali & Narimanam), NRL (Numaligarh), MRPL (Mangalore), ONGC (Tatipaka),& EOL, (Vadinar) refineries have exceeded their planned target.

The crude throughput in IOC ( Panipat ), HPCL (Mumbai & Visakh) & RPL( Jamnagar) refineries was less than their planned target.

 

B. REASONS FOR SHORTFALL :

 

Company / State

Reasons for shortfall

IOCL, Panipat

·   Throughput is less because of planned revamp shutdown of major units in Sep-Oct 2010, which got shifted from July-Aug 2010.

HPCL, Mumbai

·  Because of thruput reduction due to extended s/d of SEUs/PDA and LSHS ullage constraints.  Cummulative crude thruput during the period (April-October' 10) was lower than prorata MOU Excellent Target mainly because of extended planned shutdown of CDU-II (FRE) unit. 

HPCL, Visakh

·  Cummulative crude thruput for the period (April-October' 10) was lower than MOU Target because of extension of CDU-II planned shutdown and unplanned CDU-III shutdown for vaccum heater tube problems.

 

A statement showing refinery-wise production during the month of October, 2010 and cumulatively for the period April- October, 2010 vis-à-vis planned target is at Annexure-II.

 

III.  REFINERY CAPACITY UTILISATION [excluding RPL(SEZ)]

 

Month

Utilisation (%)

Period

Utilisation (%)

October, 2010

102.9

April- October, 2010

102.7

October, 2009

112.7

April- October, 2009

101.3

 

The refinery-wise details of the capacity utilisation during October, 2010 and cumulatively for the period April- October, 2010 vis-a-vis 2009 are given in Annexure-III.

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IV.        A.  NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION

 

Month / Period

Planned Target (MCM)

Actual Production (MCM)

%age achieve-ment

Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) Vis-à-vis target    (%age)

Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) over last year     (%age)

October, 2010*

4543.4

4348.1

95.7

-4.3

6.5

April- October, 2010*

31339.0

31011.8

99.0

-1.0

22.1

April- October, 2009

 

25406.5

 

 

 

MCM: Million Cubic Metres.         

 

*: Provisional.

 

 

 

B.     COMPANY-WISE ACHIEVEMENT

 

Company / State

Planned Target (MCM)

Actual Production (MCM)

%age achievement

Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) (%age)

ONGC

1972.2

1954.5

99.1

-0.9

  Gujarat

154.3

164.4

106.6

 

  Rajasthan

1.3

0.8

59.8

 

  Andhra Pradesh

116.9

119.8

102.5

 

  Tamil Nadu

113.0

100.4

88.9

 

  Assam

40.5

39.1

96.5

 

  Tripura

49.6

53.7

108.3

 

  Mumbai High Offshore

1496.7

1476.3

98.6

 

OIL

231.9

205.8

88.7

-11.3

  Assam

201.9

191.5

94.8

 

  Arunachal Pradesh

1.9

1.6

83.3

 

  Rajasthan

28.1

12.7

45.2

 

PRIVATE/JVC

2339.2

2187.9

93.5

-6.5

  Onshore $

42.9

63.8

148.7

 

  Offshore

2296.3

2124.1

92.5

 

TOTAL

4543.4

4348.1

95.7

-4.3

$: Including Coal Bed Methane production.

 

C.     REASONS FOR SHORTFALL

Company / State

Reasons for shortfall

ONGC (Rajasthan)

·   Less off take by M/s RRVUNL.

ONGC (Tamil Nadu)

· Less off-take by consumers M/s. TNEB.

ONGC (MumbaiHigh)

· Closure of free gas wells due to less offtake by M/s Gail.  Closure of free gas wells of Bandra formation to optimise condensate receipt at Uran.

OIL(Assam)

·  Gas supply to NRL not yet resumed as per plan.  Less gas withdrawal by BVFCL. 

OIL (Arunachal Pradesh)

·  Natural Gas production in Arunachal Pradesh (AP) was regulated due to lack of customers in AP.

OIL (Rajasthan)

· Both the GT units of RRVUNL in Rajasthan were shut-down from August, 2010.  Only 1 no. unit operated throughout October, 2010.

A statement showing natural gas production during October, 2010 and cumulatively for the period April- October, 2010 vis-à-vis 2009 is at Annexure-IV.

 

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