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India’s September Refinery Output by Company

Following is the table for India’s September refinery production by company from the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas in New Delhi.

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                            Sept.     Aug.     July     June      May    April
                             2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2011
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                        --------------------Processing YoY%--------------------
Total                        4.4%     3.9%     3.9%     4.7%     4.5%     6.6%
  Indian Oil Corp.          20.7%     0.8%     4.0%     7.5%     7.8%     7.9%
  Bharat Petroleum         -10.3%     2.9%    -0.7%    -5.7%   -10.3%     0.2%
  Hindustan Petroleum       33.9%    18.9%    60.4%    55.6%    16.1%    -1.9%
  Chennai Petroleum        -13.1%    -5.3%    -0.3%   -22.8%     2.9%    69.4%
  Numaligarh Refinery       12.9%     8.7%     6.8%    69.9%   489.7%      n/a
  Mangalore Refinery         9.5%    25.9%    -1.4%     4.3%    28.2%     0.4%
  Oil & Natural Gas          8.8%     0.0%   -21.4%    49.8%    33.3%    41.4%
  Reliance Industries        7.4%    -0.9%     0.1%    -1.5%    -5.7%    -2.3%
  Essar Oil                -41.5%     3.9%   -13.9%     0.8%    -1.2%    -0.2%
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                            Sept.     Aug.     July     June      May    April
                             2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2011
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                        --------------------Processing FYTD%-------------------
Total                        4.7%     4.7%     4.9%     5.3%     5.6%     6.6%
  Indian Oil Corp.           7.6%     5.6%     6.8%     7.7%     7.8%     7.9%
  Bharat Petroleum          -4.1%    -2.9%    -4.3%    -5.5%    -5.4%     0.2%
  Hindustan Petroleum       27.9%    26.8%    28.9%    20.4%     6.6%    -1.9%
  Chennai Petroleum          0.5%     3.6%     5.9%     8.5%    29.9%    69.4%
  Numaligarh Refinery       67.1%    85.7%   125.6%   269.7%  1011.8%      n/a
  Mangalore Refinery        10.3%    10.4%     7.2%    10.4%    13.9%     0.4%
  Oil & Natural Gas         15.4%    16.9%    21.1%    40.8%    36.9%    41.4%
  Reliance Industries       -0.6%    -2.1%    -2.4%    -3.2%    -4.1%    -2.3%
  Essar Oil                 -8.7%    -2.2%    -3.7%    -0.2%    -0.7%    -0.2%
                        ----------Processing (millions of metric tons)---------
Total                      12.702   14.039   14.475   14.136   14.378   14.006
  Indian Oil Corp.          4.088    4.297    4.662    4.707    4.823    4.776
  Bharat Petroleum          1.645    1.888    1.941    1.775    1.751    1.742
  Hindustan Petroleum       1.405    1.384    1.455    1.429    1.325    1.254
  Chennai Petroleum         0.819    0.836    0.960    0.737    0.852    0.959
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                            Sept.     Aug.     July     June      May    April
                             2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2011
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  Numaligarh Refinery       0.250    0.239    0.249    0.257    0.240    0.213
  Mangalore Refinery        0.845    1.106    1.117    1.135    1.191    0.995
  Oil & Natural Gas         0.006    0.005    0.005    0.005    0.007    0.007
  Reliance Industries       2.928    3.004    3.015    2.863    2.946    2.861
  Essar Oil                 0.717    1.280    1.072    1.229    1.244    1.197
                        ---------FYTD Processing (millions of metric tons)-----
Total                      83.748   71.046   57.007   42.532   28.384   14.006
  Indian Oil Corp.         27.352   23.264   18.967   14.306    9.599    4.776
  Bharat Petroleum         10.743    9.099    7.210    5.269    3.494    1.742
  Hindustan Petroleum       8.262    6.857    5.473    4.018    2.579    1.254
  Chennai Petroleum         5.163    4.345    3.508    2.549    1.812    0.959
  Numaligarh Refinery       1.447    1.198    0.959    0.710    0.453    0.213
  Mangalore Refinery        6.389    5.544    4.438    3.321    2.186    0.995
  Oil & Natural Gas         0.035    0.029    0.024    0.019    0.014    0.007
  Reliance Industries      17.618   14.690   11.686    8.671    5.807    2.861
  Essar Oil                 6.738    6.021    4.741    3.670    2.441    1.197

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                            Sept.     Aug.     July     June      May    April
                             2011     2011     2011     2011     2011     2011
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                        ---------% Utilization of installed capacity----------
Total                      102.4%   109.5%   112.9%   114.0%   112.1%   106.1%
  Indian Oil Corp.          91.8%    93.3%   101.3%   105.7%   104.8%   109.8%
  Bharat Petroleum          93.1%   103.4%   106.3%   100.5%    95.9%    95.4%
  Hindustan Petroleum      115.6%   110.1%   115.7%   117.5%   105.4%   107.0%
  Chennai Petroleum        487.4%   480.6%   551.6%   438.6%   489.8%   107.6%
  Numaligarh Refinery      101.1%    93.8%    97.6%   104.1%    94.1%    83.3%
  Mangalore Refinery        87.0%   110.2%   111.3%   116.7%   118.6%    99.1%
  Oil & Natural Gas        103.8%    71.4%    70.1%    81.6%    97.1%   122.5%
  Reliance Industries      108.0%   107.2%   107.6%   105.6%   105.1%   102.1%
  Essar Oil                 83.0%   143.5%   120.1%   142.4%   139.4%   134.2%
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Note: Figures are provisional and subject to change.

SOURCE: Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.

To contact the reporter on this story: Manish Modi in New Delhi at mmodi6@bloomberg.net.

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