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pushpesh project on iocl and bpcl

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A Pre-Submission report on
Study of Refinery Capacity utilization with specialreference to Indian Oil Corporation and BharatPetroleum corporation
UNDER SUPERVISION OFSUBMITTED BYDr. (Mrs.) SHAIVYA SINGHPUSHPESH KUMASr. Lecturer, SMSPGRM/02/35, SMS
School of Management Sciences, Varanasi2008-09
INTRODUCTION
 
1.
CAPACITY UTILISATION
MANY domestic oil companies have the potential to go global while integratingtheir operations within the entire hydrocarbon value chain.In the `XIII refinery technology meet on maximising hydrocarbon value chain',However, refineries face the challenge of competing in the changing world energyscene, while being cost effective. Citing a study conducted in partnership withShell, only two refineries in the country met the better plant capacity utilisation benchmarks. This has to be extended to other plants.The three-day refinery technology meet is aimed at addressing issues relating tocountry's energy security and sustaining refining business in the context of risingcrude oil prices, etc. Three grassroots refineries of BPCL at Bhatinda (Rs 10,000crore investment), BPCL, Oman Oil at Bina in M.P. (Rs 9,000 crore) and IOC's atParadip (Rs 18,000-20,000 crore), were coming up. 75 per cent of the crude oilrequirement is met through imports, and the country is heavily vulnerable onvarious external factors affecting the hydrocarbon sector. Demand for energy inIndia is expected to double the world average growth of 1.9 per cent.
2.REFINERIES IN INDIA
1.
As of July, 2008 there are a total of 18 refineries in the country comprising 17in the Public Sector, one in the private sector. The company-wise locations andcapacity of the refineries as on 1.01.2008 as given below:
 
S.NoName of the companyLocation of theRefineryCapacity (MMTPA)*
1.
Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL)
Guwahati1.002.
IOCL
Barauni6.003.
IOCL
Koyali13.704.
IOCL
Haldia6.005.
IOCL
Mathura8.006.
IOCL
Digboi0.657.
IOCL
Panipat6.008.
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL)
Mumbai6.909.
Kochi Refineries Ltd. (KRL)
Kochi7.5010.
Bongaigaon Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd. (BRPL)
Bongaigaon2.3511.
 Numaligarh Refinery Ltd.(NRL)
 Numaligarh3.0012.
Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd. (MRPL)
Mangalore9.69TOTAL
 
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