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Last 263.65 INR
Change Today +6.00 / 2.33%
Volume 6.0M
As of 7:06 AM 10/9/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).

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Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited explores for, develops, and produces crude oil and natural gas in India and internationally. It operates through Exploration & Production, and Refining segments. The company is also involved in the refining and processing of crude oil and natural gas; provision of oil field services; transportation of the oil and natural gas; and production of value added products, such as liquefied petroleum gas, naphtha, superior kerosene oil, aviation turbine fuel, ethane/propane, high speed diesel, motor spirit, and petrochemicals. It also generates electric power through 726 megawatts (MW) gas based power project in Tripura, as well as through 51 MW wind power project in Bhuj, Gujarat. The company was incorporated in 1993 and is based in Dehradun, India.

33,009 Employees
Last Reported Date: 09/5/11
Founded in 1993

oil & natural gas corp ltd (ONGC) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Managing Director, Member of Health...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.4M
Director of Technology & Field Services, Dire...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.6M
Director of Human Resources and Director
Total Annual Compensation: 2.3M
Director of Offshore, Director and Member of ...
Total Annual Compensation: 2.4M
Director of Exploration and Director
Total Annual Compensation: 200.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.

oil & natural gas corp ltd (ONGC) Key Developments

Andhra Pradesh Government Inks Agreement with ONGC to Build LNG Regasification Terminal in Kakinada Port

The Andhra Pradesh Government has inked an memorandum of understanding worth INR 400 billion with ONGC to establish a LNG regasification terminal in the state's Kakinada Deep Water Port.

Oil and Natural Gas Corp.Ltd Appoints A.K. Srinivasan as Director Finance

Oil and Natural Gas Corp.Ltd (ONGC) has appointed A.K.Srinivasan as the new director (finance) of the company. He was elevated to the post after his presidential appointment to the ONGC Board. Srinivasan, was the executive director-finance of the company and replaces A.K. Banerjee who retired in April. Srinivasan has an experience of over thirty one years in upstream oil and gas finance. He started his professional career with ONGC as a graduate trainee in the year 1983 and has worked in the fields of capital markets, project financing and contracts, corporate budgeting and planning, corporate accounting, corporate taxation and dispute resolution, said a note issued by the company. In his previous role, Srinivasan was instrumental in over $700 million international fund raising during the ONGC Videsh's bond issue last year.

ONGC, Essar Oil, Reliance Industries, Great Eastern Energy Corporation Ltd to Invest $2 Billion in Coal Bed Methane Projects

PSU explorer ONGC as well as private firms Reliance Industries (RIL), Essar Oil and Great Eastern Energy Corporation Ltd. (GEECL) on Wednesday apprised the petroleum ministry of their plans to invest a combined $2 billion in the next three to five years in coal bed methane (CBM) projects. However, these investments, that may lead to increase in output to about 6 million metric standard cubic meter per day (mmscmd) from 1.1 mmscmd now, would require a remunerative pricing regime in addition to timely regulatory approvals including land acquisition, forest and environment clearances. The petroleum ministry held a review of CBM production in the country. The meeting was chaired by Kapil Dev Tripathi, secretary and U P Singh, additional secretary (exploration) at the petroleum ministry. The four explorers - ONGC, Essar Oil, RIL and GEECL - were represented by top executives of the firms. Till now, nearly $1.18 billion investments have been made to CBM projects in India. The discussion is constructive where the explorers put forward their plans. Most of the issues flagged by them are common to all, a government official privy to the discussions told FE. Currently, GEECL's Raniganj (South), while Raniganj (East) held by Essar Oil are the only two blocks under production. ONGC's Jharia block started test production but is yet to achieve commercial stage. The pricing of the gas is one of the crucial issues faced by the explorers. The price of natural gas, based on a formula approved by Modi-government in October last year, would further reduce to $4.15-$4.20/mBtu from October 1 against $5.18/mBtu now. At this price, commencing CBM production from a new block seems economically unviable. According to industry watchers, a price of $8-8.5/mBtu is viable at the current scenario. The industry wants a 'fair and equitable index,' for pricing of the gas, which could be linked to alternate fuels also. The CBM projects are capital intensive, and different from conventional ones where a large numbers of wells are required to be drilled at a faster pace. The explorers have brought to limelight that without a 'economically-viable' pricing for CBM, the investments may not see light of the day. For example, in China CBM players claim a premium of $2/mBtu, in addition to prevalent gas price of $11.9/mBtu. India offered 33 CBM blocks. However, 17 of them, or 50% of the blocks, have been relinquished. RIL targets to commence production from Sohagpur (West) in Madhya Pradesh, while ONGC from its Bokaro block in 2015-16. The petroleum ministry has already received inputs from the industry about non-viability of CBM operations at lower gas price. In contrast, GEECL sells gas from its CBM block at $10-11/mBtu. This is because government has approved a minimum floor price for these fields. GEECL that operates the Raniganj (South) block has a approved price of $6.79/mmBtu, while Raniganj (East) held by Essar Oil has a approved price for the incidental gas of $6.25/mmBtu. Essar Oil, however, has opted the pricing regime approved last year for its CBM gas.


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