State Trading Corporation of India Ltd is an international trading company owned by Government of India.
The company is involved in the export, import and domestic trading of a range of products, both agricultural and non-agricultural commodities. They exports foodgrain, castor oil, coffee, cashew and tea and imports bullion, vanaspati and edible oils, pulses, hydro-carbons, metals and minerals and fertilizers. The company has one subsidiary, namely STCL Ltd (formerly known as Spice Trading Corporation of India Ltd). State Trading Corporation of India Ltd was incorporated in the year 1956. During the year early years, the company dealt with the East European countries, but now they trade with almost all the countries of the world. The company was developed vast expertise in handling bulk international trade. During the year 1994-95, the company started trading items rice, wheat, coffee, Indian-made foreign liquor, sandalwood and oil and during the year 1995-96, they entered into new area of business like direct import of fertilisers, non-ferrous metals and kerosene oil. In domestic trading, they expanded their activities in areas like rice, wheat, coffee, cashew, tobacco and rubber. During the year 2001-02, the company entered into sugar export business after a gap of two years and exported sugar Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Sudan. During the year 2002-03, the company's entire shareholding in Tea Trading Corporation of India Ltd was transferred to Projects & Equipment Corporation, a public sector undertaking under the Ministry of Commerce, at a notional price of Re 1 with effect from April 28, 2003. During the year 2003-04, the company signed a MoU with India Household and Healthcare Ltd, the sole licensee LG Care, Korea in India, in which the company imports LG Care, FMCG products like detergents, soaps, shampoos, tooth pastes, cleaning products, hair gels etc at different ports for distribution all over India by IHHL. During the year 2004-05, the company singed a MoU with Mysore Minerals Ltd for export of iron ore fines on 50:50 profit sharing basis. Also, the company forayed into import of FMCG Goods and IT products. During this period, the company launched retail sale pf imported gold coins in denominations of 5 gm and 10 gm from their corporate office building at New Delhi. During the year 2005-06, the company entered into domestic supply of various raw materials such as iron ore, steel, coke, chemicals, etc. they executed the highest ever contract (Rs 800 crore) for supply of 1.9 million MTs of thermal coal to NTPC during the year. The company also entered into oilseeds market and purchased soyabean and mustard seeds worth Rs 29 crore. The Corporation also procured, for the first time, about 10,000 MT of castor seeds valuing Rs 15 crore for sale in the domestic market. During the year 2007-08, the company signed an offset agreement with CFM, Boeing and GE for monitoring offset obligation of USD 69 million, 1.25 billion and 100 million respectively. They acquired a plot of land at Paradip port for facilitating iron ore exports a plot of land at Paradip port for facilitating iron ore exports and also applied for allotment of plot at Haldia Port. The company started tea operations in Nilgiri district of Tamil Nadu. They also launched domestic sale of tea in own brand 'Tohfa' to Gujarat State Civil Supplies Corporation for supply through PDS. During this period, the company signed a MoU with company specializing in Research & Development activities on improving the yield of Jatropha plants for production of bio-diesel. The company is in the processof starting trial cultivation of bioengineered, high yielding of jatropha in Namibia on an area of about 25 hectares. They are in talks to grow crop in Indonesia as part of a move to raise output of the bio-diesel feedstock. The company got second rank among trading companies of India and achieved first runner up position in the Multi Category sector under the Large exporters' category for the D&B-ECGC Indian Exporters' Excellence Awards. The company was selected for MoU Excellence Award for the year 2006-07 by the Department of Public Enterprises. Also, the company was awarded 'International Trade House of the year Award (2007-08)' sponsored jointly by DHL and CNBC TV18. The company through their subsidiary STCL Ltd set up a Chilli Processing plant at Byadagi in Karnataka. They also set up two more plants for pepper processing and Chilli Sterlisation in Siddapur, Karnataka and Chhindawara, Madhya Pradesh
respectively. The company in a joint venture with NAFED and STCL Ltd is setting up a Food Testing Laboratory at Chindwara in Madhya Pradesh. The State Trading Corporation of India Limited (STC) is an India-based company. The Company is engaged in international trading. STC had 13 branch offices in India as of March 31, 2012. The Company operates in two segments: Export and Import. The Company exports and imports a number of items varying from chemicals and drugs to bulk commodities, such as edible oils, cement, sugar, newsprint, wheat, urea, etc. During the fiscal year ended March 31, 2012 (fiscal 2012), the Company entered into a number of new areas of business, such as stock and sale of soya seed, mustard seed, desi chana and retail sale of STC brand tea in domestic market. During the fiscal 2012, it exported over 25,500 tons of nonbasmati rice. It also exports molasses to Far-East countries, including Korea, Indonesia and Vietnam, and the European Union. It has one wholly owned subsidiary Company, STCL Limited. It is also diversified into bullion, hydrocarbons, metals, minerals, ores, fertilisers and petro-chemicals. Company History - State Trading Corporation Of India Ltd. YEAR EVENTS 1956 - The Company was incorporated as a private limited company on 18th May, 1956 and converted into a Public Ltd. Company on 31st January 1992. The Corporation was formed to organise and effect exports from and imports into India of all such goods and commodities as it may from time to time determine. - The company has been entrusted with purchase, import and distribution of cement as well as purchase and sale of imported cars. It also undertakes price support and buffer stock operations in specific commodities as directed by Govt. 1959 - 1,00,000 shares subscribed for by the Govt. of India. 1963 - On 26th September, the State Trading Corporation was bifurcated by the establishment of the Minerals and Metals Trading Corporation of India, Ltd. The new Corporation took over all the assets and liabilities pertaining to the minerals and metals trade as on 1st October. 1969 - 3,00,000 bonus shares issued. 1975 - 5,00,000 bonus shares issued. 1977 - 2,00,000 bonus shares issued. 1978 - 3,00,000 bonus shares issued. 1992 - The Company was nominated by the Govt. of India as its agency for sale of 47000 MTs of crude degumment solvent extracted soyabean oil received under the auspicies of USAID. - The Corporation entered into MOUs with a few selected industrial houses for making available to the Corporation, their products for exports. STC was to render their marketing assistance. - A Trade Development Cell (TDC) was set up with the intention of developing non-canalised trade including merchanting trade. - Tea Trading Corporation of India Ltd. is the only subsidiary of the corporation. The Cashew Corporation of India Ltd. (CCI), wholly owned subsidiary of STC was merged with the Corporation as
per notification dated 21st April. - The Corporation has introduced link, barter and parallel deals as an instrument of export promotion to augment exports and arrest the downward trend in the export of certain commodities to specific destinations. - Equity shares subdivided on 31.1.1992. 150,00,000 bonus shares issued in prop. 1:1. 1993 - The Corporation sold the oil recently from crushing operations under its own brand name "Ragini" and "Darpan". 1994 - The Corporation entered into an agreement with COMARK, a multistate cooperative federation of about 3000 coffee growers for handling their entire exports and part of domestic marketing. - As on 31st March, the Corporation, had disinvested 23,93,200 shares to various Mutual Funds/Financial Institution comprising 9% of the equity capital of the Corporation. - The Corporation decided to enter into joint venture in order to develop captive supply source for exports. Five projects in the area of core competence viz. acquaculture, footwear, mushrooms, and biotechnology were identified. 1995 - With a view to developing captive sources supply for exports, the Corporation entered into joint ventures with two aqua culture units - Bluegold Maritech International Ltd. & Richfield Aquatech Ltd. Also, the Corporation finalised three more joint ventures two in the field of grey fabrics and one in mushrooms involving a total investment of Rs 4 crores. 1996 - The STC ventured into import of gold/silver and export of jewellery in terms of present export/import policy. It has set up vaults at New Delhi, Mumbai & Ahmedabad. - The Company entered into a MOU with Srilanka Pharmaceuticals Corporation (SPC) Colombo by which STC would act as the modal agency for their purchases of drugs and pharmaceuticals from India. - Another MOU was entered into with Haffkeme Bio Pharmaceuticals, Mumbai by which STC would act as the sole exporting arms of all Haffkeme products especially serums and vaccines; A distributor was appointed at Turkey for serums and vaccines manufactured by Haffkeme. 2002 -STC ties up with Power Finance Corporation to reduce the end cost of power. 2003 -STC appoints Mr A S Arora, AS&FA, Minitry of Commerce as Part time Director on the board of the company. 2005 -STATE Trading Corporation of India Ltd (STC) has signed a MoU with the Commerce Ministry for 2005-06 to indicate its physical targets and other performance parameters for the next fiscal. 2006
-Govt permits STC to export 1.5 lakh t sugar -STC to roll out regional brands 2008 -The Company has issued Bonus Shares in the Ratio of 1:1. 2010 - State Trading Corporation of India Ltd has informed BSE that Government of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department of Commerce Vide its order dated January 13, 2010 has appointed Shri P. K. Chaudhery, Additional Secretary, Department of Commerce as Director on the Board of STC with immediate effect vice Shri R. Gopalan. 2011 -Shri Udai N. Abhyankar, Former IFS Officer Board of Director of The State Trading Corporation of India Ltd. 2012 -39th rank in terms of net sales among Top 500 Companies by Financial Express (Feb’2012). -Won award for Gentle Giant Miniratna - I (Largest Non-Manufacturing Company) at the Third DSIJ PSU Awards 2011 ceremony held at New Delhi. -32nd rank in terms of net sales among Top 1000 Companies by Business Standard (Mar’2012). The State Trading Corporation of India Ltd. (STC) is a premier International trading company of the Government of India engaged primarily in exports, and imports operations. It was set up in 1956 primarily with a view to undertake trade with East European Countries and to supplement the efforts of private trade and industry in developing exports from the country. The Corporation is registered as an autonomous company under the Companies Act, 1956 and functions under the administrative control of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India. The Corporation has played a key role in the Indian economy. In the pre-liberalisation era, it acted as an arm of the Government of India not only to regulate foreign trade but also for intervention in the domestic market. The Corporation handled canalized exports and imports of large number of items varying from chemicals and drugs to bulk commodities such as edible oils, cement, sugar, newsprint, wheat, urea, etc. thereby ensuring timely availability and equitable distribution of mass consumption items as well as essential raw materials for the industry. Canalisation also helped the nation to benefit from economies of scale and keeping a close watch on the scarce foreign exchange. It undertook price support operations to ensure remunerative prices to growers for their crops such as raw jute, shellac, tobacco, rubber and vanilla as and when called upon by the Government to do so. As part of its export development effort, STC extended technical, marketing and financial assistance to exporters by arranging import of machinery and raw material for export production, setting up design
centres, providing testing laboratories, taking products of small manufacturers to overseas markets by organising their consortia, participation in exhibitions and trade fairs, etc. Grains International trading in food grains and other products has been one the major activities of STC, since its inception.
Wheat STC’s import / export of wheat depends upon the Govt. of India regulations and policies.
STC is exporting Wheat from FCI/Central Pool Stock since Aug’2012 from Mundra, Chennai and New Mangalore Ports. A quantity of about One Million MTs of Indian milling wheat has been exported during Financial Year 2012-13.
Typical Specifications of Indian Milling Wheat Exported by STC : Parameter Protein (On Wet Basis) Test Weight Gluten (on wet basis) Falling Number Moisture Content Foreign Matter(FM) /Other Food Grain (OFG) Shrivelled/Shrunken/Broken Damaged Grains(DG)/Weevilled Grains(WG) Specifications 11.50 pct. 77 Kg/hl 26 pct. 400 12.00 pct. 2.75 pct. (0.75 FM + 2.00 OFG) 6.00 pct. 3.00 pct. (2.00 DG+ 1.00 WG) Minimum Minimum Minimum Minimum Maximum Maximum Maximum Maximum
The exports are made by initiating global bids. Destination ports to which exports were made during 2012-13 include Bangladesh, UAE, Qatar, Malaysia, Tanzania, Mozambique, South Korea, Djibouti, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia etc.
During 2006-08, STC imported about 6.8 million tons of wheat on behalf of the Govt. of India to meet domestic shortages.
Typical Specifications of Milling Wheat Grade 1 imported by STC : Parameter Origin Protein Moisture Damaged Kernels Foreign material Gluten Wet gluten Other food grains Bored Grains Specification (%) India 11 12 3 2 9 24 2 2 Variation Max Max Max Max Min Min Max Max
The wheat imported by STC is also required to satisfy phytosanitary requirements, insecticides and pesticides limits, weed seed limits and other quality parameters.
Rice STC is a regular supplier of rice to various destinations in Africa, Middle East, South East Asia, Caribbean countries etc. However, export of rice is subject to Govt. of India regulations and policies. In the recent years, STC has exported large tonnage of rice to Bangladesh, Myanmar, Madagascar and other African and South East Asian countries.
Typical Specifications of Grade ‘A’ & common Rice exported by STC : S.No. 1 Refractions Broken* Raw Parboiled Foreign Matter** Raw/Parboiled Damaged#/Slightly damaged Raw Parboiled Discolored Grain Raw Parboiled Chalky Grains Raw Maximum Limits (%) Grade ‘A’ Common 25 16 0.5 3 4 3 5 5 25 16 0.5 3 4 3 5 5
@ Provision of value cut for excess moisture.5 0.25% by weight and impurities of animal origin not more than 0.5 1 3 0.6 7 8 9
Red grains Raw/Parboiled Admixture of lower class Raw Parboiled DE husked Grains Raw/Parboiled Moisture@ Raw/Parboiled
3 6 12 14
3 12 14
* Including 1% small Broken. green moong.5 3 Burmese Lemon Toor (Max %) 1 2 4 3 Yellow Peas (Max%) 0.10% by weight.5 12 1 3 4 Pigeon Peas Pigeon Peas Desi Chick Peas (Max%) (Max %) 1 1 3 5 0. STC imports various types of pulses like black mapte.5
2 0. ** Including mineral matter not more than 0.5 5 14 Canada
0. chick peas.5 0. etc.5 Green Moong Urad (Black Matpe) (Max %) (Max %) 2 1 2 3 1 1 2. STC undertakes import of pulses under various schemes of the Government of India as announced from time to time for supply to state governments and / or sales in the open market also imports on commercial account.5 0.5 12 12 Malawi/ Mozambique
1 12 10 12 Tanzania Tanzania/ Kenya
. dun peas.5 0. Typical Specifications of Pulses imported by STC : Tur Whole Parameter (Max%) (Max %) FOREIGN MATTER WEEVILED SEEDS DAMAGED* OTHERWISE SISTER BEANS FOREIGN BEANS BROKEN/SPLIT MOISTURE COUNTRY OF ORIGIN /SOURCE 1 1 2 0. # Including Pin Point damaged grains. lemon tur. yellow peas. Pulses India is a regular importer of pulses.
Rapeseed and Mustard seeds. 99.3
. shriveled. Typical Specifications of Sesame seeds: Product Specifications Mechanically hulled & dried Quality Sesame Seed Purity FFA (as oleic acid) Moisture Natural White Sesame Seed Quality Purity FFA (as oleic acid) Moisture Quality Purity FFA (as oleic acid) Moisture
Natural Black Sesame seed
Premium. Ground Nut.In addition.5% min.5% min. 5% ~ 6% max.95% min. The seeds/oils in which STC deals include Soyabean. color sorted. heated fungi and discolored grain. 99/1. 99% min. 1% max.3
HI-Pro Max Variation Min 48-50 % Max 8-10 % Max 1% Max 3-4 % Max 0. 1% ~ 2% max. 1% ~ 2% max. the imported pulses need to comply with Indian Phytosanitary Norms and should be free from live infestation.95% min. These are either sold back in the domestic market at an opportunate time or are got crushed by taking the crushing capacity on lease. 95/5 99. 5% ~ 6% max. Oilseeds And Extractions STC purchases various oilseeds from Mandies (wholesale markets) at the time of harvesting.98% min.5 % Fibre Max 12 % Typical Specifications of Soyameal: Specifications Standard SOPA Protein Min 46-48 % Moisture Max 11-12 % Sand Silica Max 2% Fiber Max 6% Urease Activity Max 0.5% max. 99. 95/5 99. 98/2. 99/1.
Typical Specifications of Indian Rapeseed Meal: Parameter Specifications Moisture Max 10 % Protein Min 38 % Oil Max 1 % Sand & Silica Max 2. The extractions are exported while the oil is sold domestically.
* Including immature. 98/2. Sesame. 99. 4. 99% min.
The distribution is being expanded to Karnataka. Typical Specifications for Fair Average Quality of Imported Maize: S. storage.00% 3.No Refractions 1 Foreign matter 2 Other Food grains 3 Damaged Grains 4 Slightly damaged.00% 6. Discolored and touchy grains 5 Shriveled and immature grains 6 Weevilled grains 7 Moisture content STC also exports
Maximum Limits (%) 1 2 1.Coarse Grains Maize STC imports significant quantities of maize (for popcorn) under Tariff Rate Quota (TRQ) based on specific requests received from actual users from time to time.5 4.00% 14. purchase of leaves.led seeds 3 Moisture 4 Damaged Otherwise 5 Discoloured / Immature Seeds 6 Broken Seeds 7 Admixture 8 Aflatoxin 9 Free from live weevils
Maximum Limits (%) 3.00% 2.
Typical Specifications for Export of Indian Yellow Maize: S. STC has also forayed into retail sales by launching the retail packets of tea in 250gms under the brand ―STC TEA‖ for sale in domestic market. blending.00% 50 PPB
STC has been in Tea business for more than three decades. Andhra
. inspection & dispatch is monitored and inspected by experienced professionals to maintain high standards of quality and freshness The tea produced by STC is sold in the domestic markets and is also exported.5 3 1 14 maize. processing. Presently.00% 3.
The entire tea operation viz.00% 2. tea operations of STC are centralized at Coimbatore / Bangalore Branch.No Refractions 1 Foreign Matter 2 Weevil .
STC imports Gold in 100 gms and 1 Kg bar from LBMA members as well as silver for traders / jewellry manufacturers. Manganese Typical Specifications of Manganese Ore required for Ferro-manganese in India: Mineral Ore Grade Constituents 48% and above 46-48% 44-46% 42-44% 40-42% 7% 8% 10% 11% 13% Fe (max.
Typical Specifications for Gold & Silver:
GOLD TT Bars 1 kg Bars
SILVER 15 kg 28 kg to 31 kg
Purity : 0. silver and other precious metal into the country.Pradesh & Kerala and the response is very good.999
Purity : 0. of India to import gold.) Ore
38-40% 15% 13% 6% 15% 2.995.5 3 Mn:Fe ratio (min.
Typical Specifications of Iron Ore:
. A retail outlet for selling tea in retail packing was also opened in the office premises of STC Bangalore.) 2% 3% 3.9999
Mineral And Metal Ores STC has been regularly importing various types of mineral ores and concentrates into India to meet the requirements of actual users in the country.) 8% 10% 10% 12% 13% SiO2+Al2O3 (max. The Corporation also plans to expand the operations in North India and in other states by supplying North-East Tea.) 7 6 4.5
Iron Ore STC exports
Asia.) 7.5 3. Precious Metals Bullion
STC is one of the agencies nominated by the Govt.5% 9% 10% 11% 12% SiO2 (max. 0.5% 4% 5% Al2O3 (max.
03% 0. 0.5% 6.03% 0.5% 0.07% 0.6% by weight 6100 to 6800 Kcal/Kg 6400-7000 Kcal/Kg 45-55 0-50 mm (+1300/+1390/+1480)
Hard coking coal Parameter Ash (ADB) Total Moisture (ARB) Inherent Moisture (ADB) Volatile Matter (ADB) Sulphur (ADB) Typical Specification 10% max 10% max 1% approx.03% 0.
It has imported 27. NALCO.08% 10% 10% 35% 90%
52% 10% 6% 0.06% 11% 10% 35% 90%
51% 11% 6. 20% approx.03% 0.07% 0. APGENCO.0 0.03% 0.07% 10% 10% 35% 90%
57% 8% 5% 0.5% 0.5% 0.4% max
. The coal is supplied mainly to power generation companies like NTPC.15 MMT of Coal & Coke valued Rs 16. GSECL. TNEB etc.
Typical Specifications of imported products:
Steam coal Parameter Total Moisture (ARB) Inherent Moisture (ADB) Volatile Matter (ADB) Ash Content (AD) FC/VM (ADB) Sulphur (ADB) GCV (ARB) GCV (ADB) HGI Size AFT (IDT/HT/FT) Typical Specification 7-10% by weight 2-5% by weight 26-35% by weight 10-15% by weight 1.5% 0.08% 9% 10% 40% 90%
63% 4.Fe content Sio2 Al2o3 S P Moisture Size>10mm Size<150micron Size< 10mm
50% 7% 8.5% 4.4-2.07% 10% 10% 35% 90%
59% 6.869 crore in the past few years.06% 10% 10% 35% 90%
53% 7% 7% 0.2-0.08% 10% 10% 35% 90%
STC is a regular and large importer of coal and coke.
6% approx.6% max (% by weight) 0. Government of India by issuing the global tenders.
.035% max (% by weight) 62% Min 24%-26% max 80% Min 6% max 55 mm Min
Met coke Parameter Ash (DB) Moisture Volatile Matter (BD) Sulphur (BD) Phosphorus (DB) CSR CRI M40 M10 Fixed Carbon
Typical Specification 12% max (% by weight) 5% max (% by weight) 1.
Detailed terms and conditions for supply of Urea can be downloaded from "Live Tenders" of this website as and when the tender is released. Ministry of Chemicals & fertilizers.035% max (% by weight) 62% Min 24%-26% max 80% Min 9% max 85 Min
Fertilizers UREA FERTILIZER GRADE
STC as one of the nominated canalizing agencies is regularly importing Urea on behalf of the Department of Fertilizers. (% by weight) 0.5% max (% by weight) 0.CSN Size
7 approx 0-50 mm
Lam coke Parameter Ash (DB) Moisture (ARB) Volatile Matter (BD) Sulphur (BD) Phosphorus (DB) CSR CRI M40 M10 Mean Size Typical Specification 12-13% max (% by weight) 5% max (% by weight) 1. Previous tender documents can be seen from "Archive". (% by weight) 0. In last three years STC has imported 4 Million Tonnes of Urea valued at Rs 8500 Crores.5% approx.
France for supply of 111 aircrafts/ engines.e. TSP.
Air India and Indian (Erstwhile Indian Airlines ) have entered into purchase agreements with the Boeing Company.
. General Electric Company. actual users as well as Indian traders who have valid authorization for such imports from Department of Fertilizers.
These imports are done based on (i) Back to back basis. General Electronic. to various fertilizer companies in India on (i) back to back basis. Pratt & Whitney etc. MOP. COMPLEX FERTILIZERS/ NPKs. PHOSPHORIC ACID etc.
Click here for downloading the detailed terms and conditions. British Aerospace. MAP. USA & CFM International. USA. ROCK PHOSPHATE. SSP. MAP. Boeing. or by (ii) adopting open/global tendering system or (iii) through limited tenders issued to STC’s empanelled Associate Suppliers of these Fertilizers. Counter Trade & Offset STC has been a nodal agency to monitor counter trade commitments arising out of purchases made by various departments of Govt. France. or (ii) Through limited tenders issued to STC’s empanelled Associate Suppliers.TECHNICAL GRADE UREA
STC supplies Technical Grade Urea as an Industrial chemical to various industries i.
These agreements have commitment from these overseas manufacturers to fulfil offset obligations/ counter trade programme to the extent of agreed percentages. of India and has monitored such offset transactions worth over 1 billion USD in the last two decades. etc
STC supplies DAP. COMPLEX FERTILIZERS/ NPKs. SULPHUR. MOP. Airbus.
The international partners with whom counter trade transactions were handled by STC in the past include Bofors.
Laser Systems. etc. Spectrophotometer. DNA Labs and other Divisions. Counter Measure Devices Fire Fighting Equipments Hydraulic Platform & Turn Table Ladders. Planes & their Spare parts. Equipments for Physics. Medical Colleges & their Laboratories. Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer. Snow
INDICATIVE LIST OF ITEMS / EQUIPMENTS BEING IMPORTED BY STC FOR VARIOUS CENTRAL& STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES & DEPARTMENTS
CATEGORY Medical Equipments
EQUIPMENTS All requirements of Hospitals. Sub-Machine Guns. X-ray Equipments. Ion Selective Analyzer. CFM & GE).In line with this STC has entered into agreements with these companies for implementation and monitoring of such offset obligations/ counter trade programme. Equipments Bugging Devices. Toxicology. XRD. Rafts. Intelligence/Surveillance All equipments required for anti-terrorist & smuggling operations. Laboratory Equipments/ All Instruments of Forensic Science Labs & Finger Print Bureaus instruments required for Crime Research. Police / Security Equipments Pistols. Video Cameras. etc. Dust Enlarger. Breathing Apparatus. High Power Thin Layer Chromatography. Kits and equipments for Finger Print Bureau. etc. Fire Arm Training Simulator. Avionics Helicopters. NLJD.
A Web-based e-portal for online monitoring of the Offsets programme has been developed to digitalize the processes involved in counter-trade administration that were performed manually between STC & Offset Partner’s (Boeing. Skiing & Mountaineering Equipments & Ski Lifts. General Imports STC has been importing various types of equipments / instruments on behalf of Central and State Government Departments and their entities has also been executing projects on turnkey basis. Microscope Analyzers. High Pressure Fire Pumps. Biology. Finger Print Identification Kits.V. Ballistics. Bullet Proof Jackets. Digital scan. U. Portable X-rays. Shields. etc. Fire Suits. Explosive Detectors. Documentation. Infrared Spectrophotometer.Full range of Bomb Disposal Equipments & accessories. High power Liquid Chromatograph. Chemistry. Scanners. Rifles . Helmets. Airbus.
Snow Clearance equipments Agricultural Equipments
Grooming Machines. Video Editing Systems.
Machineries Imported for Jammu & Kashmir
A Snow Plough Imported by STC for Mechanical Engineering Department. etc. Snow Cutters. Pesticide Testing and Fisheries (Fish Feed Mill Plants) . Sport Psychology. Digital Camcorders. etc. Aquatic & Water Sports. Equipments for Food Testing Laboratories. Broadcasting Tools etc. Ice Skating & Rink equipments viz. Govt.
Click here to download the detailed terms and conditions.. All Equipments for Soil Testing Laboratories. Flexibility Measurement. Timing Equipments. SLR Cameras. Sport Tester & Software etc. Ice ReSurfacer. Various Equipments for Muscle Durability. Winter Sport Equipments and Gear. of Jammu & Kashmir clears a road after a heavy snowfall in Srinagar
. Various types of Snow Clearance Equipments viz. Recorders. Snow Ploughs. etc. Agility.
of J & K in action in interior parts of Kashmir
Import of Arms for State Police Departments
.Snow Cutter & Blower Imported by STC for Mechanical Engineeering Department. Govt.
Scientific Equipments for Laboratories
HPCL are our few esteemed customers. Mumbai International Airport. With use of special Composite Solutions. Bangalore STC has provided customized solutions of Bullet Proof Jackets & Bullet Resistant Helmets for the end User Departments understanding their threat level perception. NTPC. With state-of-the-art manufacturing facilities of our Associate Manufacturer for Body Armouring solutions i. Tarapur Atomic Power Station in Maharashtra. ISRO Headquarters. SAIL.
. Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd. TATA Advanced Materials Ltd.e.0
Ballistic Items STC has been supplying Bullet Proof Jackets & Bullet Resistant Helmets to Security Personnel stationed at vital installations and centres of High importance in India. BARC Trombay. STC along with its manufacturing associate is trying to achieve more cost effective solutions. Bangalore. meeting the prescribed threat level and saving the lives of Security Personnel.
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WHOLE. 3 ADANI WILMAR LTD.
. Our Business Associates List of Associates Sr. 4 ADVANTAGE LAB GmbH 5 AGORA AGRICOMMODITIES 6 FINANCE 7 AGRICORP INTERNATIONAL AGRITRADE 8 INTERNATIONAL PTE LTD. 2 ADANI GLOBAL PTE LTD.STC is also supplying the Customized Ballistic Protection Kevlar Carpet Kits to TATA Motors for the armoured version of TATA Safari which is being supplied to Elite Forces protecting the lives of VVIPs.
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Inflationary pressures from primary food .both grains (wheat. manmade textiles and ready-made garments registered the maximum decline in 2012-13. However. The Indian economy was plagued with persisting inflation during 2012-13. rice & coarse cereals) and perishables (vegetables. Wheat exports.3 per cent to $195 billion. 2013 were valued at US $ 30849. Agriculture and allied services sector grew at a meagre 1. while imports grew marginally. Export of engineering goods.2 per cent in 2011-12. The merchandise trade deficit increased by 6. however.6 lakh tonnes in the ten month period April’12 to Jan’13. growth in this sector remained higher than the two other major sectors of the Indian economy viz agriculture and industry. Mining sector performed poorly at 0.9 percent in previous fiscal.65 per cent higher in Rupee terms) than the level of US $ 28839. Indian economy too suffered a setback in its GDP growth and grew at only 5 percent in 2012-13 as against 6. fruit. The moderation in industrial growth. meat & fish) remained potent. Growth in services sector. especially in Maharashtra and Gujarat.1 percent in 2012-13 as against 3.4 percent due to court orders to stop mining until licensing and corruption issues were sorted out.Indian Economy Amidst continuing difficult global economic situation.6 per cent in 2012-13 from 8. 2013 EXPORTS (including re-exports) Exports during March.8 percent in 2012-13 as against 3. squeezed margins of the corporate sector. particularly in the manufacturing sector. also witnessed a decline to 6. import of gold & silver is estimated at $56 billion. is largely attributed to sluggish growth of investment.2 percent in 2011-12.65 million (Rs. India’s foreign exchange reserves stood at US$ 293 billion as on 29th March 2013 compared to US $ 294 billion a year ago. was at its lowest since 1992 at 1. The two important import intensive export categories – gems & jewellery and refined petroleum products also fared poorly. The industry sector suffered a further decline in growth and grew at only 3.3 per cent. deceleration in the rate of growth of credit flows and the fragile global economic recovery. the lowest in the last 20 years.36
.31 crore) which was 6. During 2012-13.4 lakh tonnes in 2011-12. The WPI inflation headline rate up to March 2013 (provisional) stood at 7. a number of domestic factors were also unsupportive of growth in 2012-13.5 percent in the previous year.9 per cent in 2012-13. While India's slowdown is partly rooted in external conditions. 167836. which registered a double-digit growth continuously for five years and narrowly missed double digit growth in the sixth (between 2005-06 and 2010-11). Performance of merchandise exports in 2012-13 was disappointing with a negative growth of 3 per cent. compared to 7. The rate of growth of the manufacturing sector. eggs. rose to 50. Press Information Bureau Government of India Ministry of Commerce & Industry 18-April-2013 14:17 IST India’s Foreign Trade: March. the most dominant sector within industry. 8 per cent less than the $62 billion imported in 2011-12. The factory output measured in term of index of industrial production (IIP) grew by merely one per cent in 2012-13 compared to a growth of 2.97 per cent higher in Dollar terms (15.6 percent in the previous year due to inadequate rainfall in parts of the country.
2012.million (Rs. Cumulative value of exports for the period AprilMarch 2012 -13 was US $ 300570.68 48931 9.5 million in the corresponding period last year.25
. 213265.22 million (Rs.50 2012-13 41164.64 million which was higher than the deficit of US $ 183355.65 11.56 per cent lower than oil imports valued at US $ 15972.58 million during April -March. 2013 were estimated at US $ 27837.06 -190916.40 2012-13 167836.44 per cent in Dollar terms and growth of 13.08 23454 63.65 300570. Non-oil imports during March. Cumulative value of imports for the period April-March.March. 2012.6 million which was 5.01 per cent in Rupee terms over the level of imports valued at US $ 42380.76 per cent in Dollar terms and growth of 11.76 IMPORTS 2011-12 4238 0. EXPORTS & IMPORTS : (US $ Million) (PROVISIONAL) MARCH APRIL-MARCH EXPORTS(including re-exports) 2011-12 2883 9. 2345463. 2012-13 was US $ 491487.71 491487.55 per cent in Rupee terms over the same period last year.08 crore) in March. CRUDE OIL AND NON-OIL IMPORTS: Oil imports during March.87 0. 2013 were valued at US $ 41164.22 per cent higher than the oil imports of US $ 154967. Crore) (PROVISIONAL) MAR CH APRIL-M ARCH EXPORTS(including re-exports) 2011-12 14512 3.44 TRADE BALANCE 2011-12 -1354 1. 2012-13 were valued at US $ 169253.98 crore) representing a negative growth of 2. IMPORTS Imports during March.4 million in the corresponding period last year.58 %Growth2012-13/ 2011-2012 6.22 %Growth2012-13/ 2011-2012 -2. 2673113.2 million which was 3.92 million (Rs 1465959. Non-oil imports during April March.31 1635261.64 EXPORTS & IMPORTS : (Rs.40 crore)registering a negative growth of 1. 2011-12. 2011-12.1 million which was 16.March. Oil imports during AprilMarch.02 %Growth2012-13/ 2011-2012 15.58 2012-13 -10315.41 per cent higher than non-oil imports of US $ 26408.41 14659 59.97 per cent in Rupee terms over the same period last year.87 per cent in Dollar terms and a growth of 5. 2012.50 million (Rs.71 million (Rs.3 million in March. 2013 were valued at US $ 13327. 2012-13 was estimated at US $ 190916.68 million ( Rs. TRADE BALANCE The trade deficit for April . 2012-13 were valued at US $ 322234.36 30596 3.25 crore) registering a growth of 0.97 -1.41 crore) during March.08 crore) as against US $ 489319.55 IMPORTS 2011-12 21326 5.92 2012-13 30849. 145123.0 million which was 9.0 million in April .02 crore) as against US $ 305963.62 per cent lower than the level of such imports valued at US $ 334352.223954.58 million (Rs 1635261.32 -1833 55.
%Share 34.792.14 9.515.COKE 17.396.71 53.95 OILS FIXED (EDIBLE) 12 IRON & 10.55 169.97 TRADE BALANCE 2011-12 -6814 1.8 -8.64 22.2012-13 223954.98 CHEMICALS 10 TRANSPORT 13.08
-10.617.67 -8795 03.932.08 %Growth2012-13/ 2011-2012 5.234.62
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16.65 14.53 27.98 2673113.01 13.75 -3.839. CRUDE & PRODUCTS 2 GOLD 56.898.357.795.99 1.94 6.85 S ORES & METAL SCRAP 9 ORGANIC 13.668.91
Department of Commerce System on Foreign Trade Performance Analysis (FTPA) Top 20 Commodities of Import Dated: 19/6/2013 Values in US$ Millions Rank Commodity Apr-Mar Apr-Mar 2012 2013 1 PETROLEUM 154.42 15.75
3.96 STEEL 13 ARTFCL 7.59
1.85 2012-13 -56118.81 31.88 COMMODITI ES 7 COAL.05
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Department of Commerce System on Foreign Trade Performance Analysis (FTPA) Top 20 Commodities of Import Dated: 19/6/2013 Values in Rs.62 171.291.92 6.77
1.360. FERTILEZER S MANUFACT URED PROJECT GOODS PROFSNL INST.ET C.113.05 0. CRUDE & PRODUCTS 2 GOLD 269.41 4. Crores Rank Commodity Apr-Mar Apr-Mar 2012 2013 1 PETROLEU 743.900.11 EXCPT ELEC & ELECTRONI C 5 PERLS 134.37 5.
1.99 1.49 16.01
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Department of Commerce System on Foreign Trade Performance Analysis (FTPA) Top 20 Countries of Import Dated: 19/6/2013 Values in US$ Millions Rank Country Apr-Mar Apr-Mar %Growth %Share 2012 2013 1 CHINA P RP 57.12 18 BELGIUM 10.85 10.58 20.098.52 4.03 3 10 GERMANY 16.16 -3.243.57 12.275.37 8 QATAR 12.435.63 1.774.39 7.343.375.04 2 U ARAB 35.130.514.94 6.622.324.026.463.945.27 1.23 2.48 491.41 2.826.29 10.92 2.345.08 100 Data Source: DGCIS.790.915.155.18 2.07 3.63 20.00 9.94 ARAB 4 SWITZERLA 32.373.36 17 MALAYSIA 9.82 15.319.39 38.76 2. Crores Rank Country Apr-Mar Apr-Mar 2012 2013
.68 2.05 19 ANGOLA 6.1 7 KUWAIT 16.56 14.68 6.79 -14.42 4.55 11.42 2.95 29.46 1.557.603.646.91 -11.90 8.68 20 HONG 10.50 9.12 1.07 13.89 6.17 9 INDONESIA 14.25 2.060.666.78 -7.10 34.Total DOC-NIC
URES OF METALS 2.02 -5.087.923.47 2.88 54.696.93 8.556.62 14.117.08 ND 5 USA 24.25 -19.58 -24.04 -5.100.81 EMTS 3 SAUDI 31.03 12.54 100 DOC-NIC Data Source: DGCIS.92 11 VENEZUEL 6.74 14 JAPAN 12.87 A 12 NIGERIA 14.16 24.37 16.939.04 0.22 111.078.461.71 11.13 24.623.37 14.64 KONG Total 489.93 13.436.81 13 KOREA RP 13.55 14.616.24
2.95 6 IRAQ 18.450.470.890.84 3.73 -0.50 7.404.77 2.641.517.675.569.44 16 IRAN 13.54 15 AUSTRALIA 14. Kolkata
Department of Commerce System on Foreign Trade Performance Analysis (FTPA) Top 20 Countries of Import Dated: 19/6/2013 Values in Rs.19 3.
In its early years.62 209.34 37.48 2. castor oil & seeds
.93 ARAB SWITZERLA 155. trading house.95 IRAQ 90. extractions.54 -8.24 3 GERMANY 78.63 13.70 75.41 3.12 BELGIUM 50.532. etc).061. GoI’s premier international trading house.50 76.79 1.92 VENEZUEL 32.26 24. formerly Its principal items of exports can be divided into known has Spices Trading Corporation Ltd.94 13.13 2.109.98 43.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Total DOC-NIC
CHINA P RP 275.62 40.14 2.637.23 7.755.197.463.998.36 MALAYSIA 45. rice.142.858. it exports goods reach foreign buyers within the prescribed delivery wheat.717.29 78.19 2.88 68.895.832.759.64 KONG 2.07 ND USA 117.126. trade.651. STC has one wholly owned subsidiary – STCL Ltd.851.2 7.79 54. schedule.293.128. Kolkata
440 INDIA’S TOP 500 COMPANIES THE STATE TRADING CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED STC.675. tobacco.76 3.903.64 295.63 6.463.43 162.577.05 U ARAB 171.30 56.084.83 4. but gradually.68 HONG 50. counterexpertise in handling international trade of bulk commodities. sugar.12 6.799.87 A NIGERIA 69. STC dealt largely with East trade.04 139.09 KUWAIT 79.002. Over the five decades.43 16.90 15.018.957.349.12 11.786. the company has built offshore trading.14 2. etc. agricultural commodities Business STC plays an important role in encouraging exports from India and manufactured products.75 17.82 EMTS SAUDI 149.36 20. completes 50 years of service to the nation exports. as per demand in the domestic market.309.188.96 -3.96 0. coffee. It also imports bulk commodities for Indian consumers tea.75 24.12 2.08 9.45 IRAN 65.31 132.36 22.33 1.86 65.18 INDONESIA 69.126.345.05 ANGOLA 31.368.99 185. it is also engaged in European countries.388. agricultural and arranging bulk import of essential items into India.095.23 2.37 14. it started trading with almost market support operation all countries in the world and has become a premier international (for rubber.68 4.271.74 JAPAN 58.641.37 QATAR 61.448. Besides GoI in 1956.5 2.048.65 2.13 44.00 73. imports and History The State Trading Corporation of India Ltd (STC) was set up by domestic sales.13 80. Its business is divided into spices.48 85.35 90. STC In ensures supply of quality products at competitive prices and that commodities.51 109.303. cashew.61 7.62 -13.55 AUSTRALIA 71.08 100 Data Source: DGCIS.830.108.48 2.14 63.03 4.8 KOREA RP 62.
hydrocarbons. the only way a trading company can succeed is by providing ample value addition to the transactions. gold & silver. Bullion emerged as the single largest item of import during the year. fatty acids. iron ore and steel raw materials. STC’s exports were 92% higher in FY05 over FY04. In FY05. sugar. The country also needs to boost agricultural growth through diversification and development of agro processing so as to make its exports of agricultural goods internationally competitive vis-a-vis those of developed countries who extend huge subsidies to their agriculture in some form or the other. scientific instruments & hospital. drugs & medical disposables. Import turnover was 20% higher than in FY04. Its imports include edible oils. textiles and garments. In FY05. In such a scenario. In manufactured products. pulses. police equipments. leatherware. This was the highest ever imports the corporation has achieved. STC entered into metals export business and met with significant success. metals.000 MT was contracted on behalf of another party. Excluding foodgrains. engineering & construction materials. wheat. A Pandalai Chairman cum Managing Director Company Ranking Income Net Profit Net Worth 27 376 251 CEO Speak The foremost challenge facing the foreign trade today is to sustain the current growth momentum in the face of stiff competition from MNCs who have set up their own procurement centres in the country. Today. fertilisers. FMCG goods and IT products. Moreover. consumer products. petrochemicals. everybody is keen on adopting e-tendering and e-procurement. Operations Imports account for over 80% of STC’s revenues.000 MT was contracted under the MoU for export to China and an additional 110. minerals.
. availability of fast means of communication and flow of voluminous information through internet pose a challenge to the traditional traders. About 120. it exports chemicals. processed foods. It signed an MoU with Mysore Minerals Ltd for the export of iron ore fines on 50:50 profit-sharing basis.and jute goods. STC recorded an all-time high turnover registering an increase of 14% over previous year’s turnover.
need to be addressed on priority to facilitate smoother flow of trade. Jawahar Vyapar Bhawan. etc. Tolstoy Marg. railways.Lastly. but more importantly. airports. New Delhi . supply chain.Corporate Office
. ports. infrastructural inadequacies pertaining to roads.
HSD and MS. In FY05. This change will happen through backward and forward integration and industrial participation programme with top international companies. It plans to supply ballistic protection equipment to Ordnance Factory Board for bulletproofing of VIP vehicles by using Kevlar and HPPE. Shri Dayanidhi Maran in a function held in the STC Corporate Office in New Delhi.3 bn and earned a net profit of Rs 354 mn during the year 2004-05. It is planning to set up operations in the areas of pharmaceuticals and textiles in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan jointly with local entrepreneurs. namely.3 mn. for the first time. a low weight alternative to the present system of vehicle armouring by using hardened steel. Based at Bangalore. It plans to use its wide product range. It also plans to export petro products. total income increased to Rs 96. STC arranges supply of coke and steel raw materials from India as well as third countries to the steel plant in Philippines. In imports. has since changed its name and is now known as STCL Ltd. With a small equity of just Rs 150 mn and a limited manpower of 32. imports and domestic trading of spices and other agricultural commodities. It also launched retail sales of imported gold coins in denominations of 5 gm and 10 gm of 0. STC entered into an arrangement with a steel plant in Philippines.. metals and fertilisers for the second consecutive year and emerged as a major player in these areas.9% to Rs 250. STC was nominated by the government of Uzbekistan as a nodal agency for imports from and exports to India. It has plans to gradually expand these operations to other countries as well. Department of Post issued a special postal cover which was formally released by the Honourable Minister of Communication & IT. New Initiatives and Future Plans STC plans to transform itself from being a bulk trading agency in commodities to a one-stop shop that offers specialised trade facilitation. etc. GoI. minerals and metals were three times the imports in FY04. Import sales of hydrocarbons. Domestic sales more than trebled during FY05 as compared to FY04 with petrochemicals. As on Mar 2005. one of the finest refiners of gold in the world. With a view to achieving sustainability in exports. minerals/metals and pulses being the major items of domestic sales. stable financial position and infrastructure facilities to become a world trading company.
. STC imported petrochemicals. a wholly owned subsidiary of STC. On this occasion. 2005. GoI. 2006. During the year. up 14. Subsidiaries Spices Trading Corporation Ltd.4 bn. STCL achieved a turnover of Rs 4. Shri Maran presented the first cover to Honourable Minister of Commerce & Industry. STCL has also paid STC a dividend of 40% for the financial year 2004-05.2% over the previous year’s figure.441 INDIA’S TOP 500 COMPANIES STC pursued imports of hydrocarbons.02% stake in STC. STCL deals mainly in the exports. minerals. Golden Jubilee Celebrations STC completed 50 years of service to the Nation in May. copper.999 purity. GoI held 91. Net profit increased by 26. The Year in Review For the year to Mar 31. STC plans to diversify into imports of non-ferrous metals such as zinc. imported from Pamp of Switzerland. STC forayed into the import of FMCG goods and IT products. Under this operation. Shri Kamal Nath who was also present on the occasion.
Exim. 2005. the company recorded an income of Rs 52. this symbology was adopted in the courts of Emperor Vikramaditya and the Mughal
. Canara. ICICI Bank. AB. Later. STC Special Postal Cover released on the occasion of Golden Jubilee Celebrations on 22nd May 2006 THE STATE TRADING CORPORATION OF INDIA LIMITED ® D&B D-U-N-S No 65-033-3206 Registered office Jawahar Vyapar Bhawan Tolstoy Marg New Delhi .8 bn and a net profit of Rs 201.110001 Chairman cum Managing Director A Pandalai Directors K K Sood. BoI. the term Navaratna meant a talisman or ornament composed of nine precious gems.As per unaudited results for the nine months ended Dec 31. IOB. V Krishan. N K Mathur Company Secretary A K Gupta Bankers Vijaya Bank. Alhd Bank. S R Bharati. PNB.0 bn and a net profit of Rs 230. SBI. HDFC Bank Auditors K N Goyal & Co
Navratna was the title given originally to 9 Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) identified by the Government of India in 1997 as "public sector companies that have comparative advantages".
PSU companies are divided into three categories:
Maharatna Navratna Miniratna CPSEs o Category I o Category II
Historical symbolism[edit source | editbeta] Originally. giving them greater autonomy to compete in the global market so as to "support [them] in their drive to become global giants".6 mn in the corresponding previous period. UBI.8 mn as compared with an income of Rs 69. R Som. Syndicate.
10. 25. 1. the government established the Maharatna status. Maharatna status[edit source | editbeta] In 2009.
. whichever is lower. The Maharatna firms can now decide on investments of up to 15 per cent of their net worth in a project. etc. Miniratna-I: up to Rs.Rs. There are multiple factors and criterias for granting 'ratna' status. based on six parameters which include net profit. which raises a company's investment ceiling from Rs.000 crore .emperor Akbar. 1. whichever is lower.500 crore o Net worth of Rs. where the Navaratnas were a group of nine extraordinary men in their respective courts. 1. major criteria of awarding status are:
Maharatna o Three years with an annual net profit of over Rs.000 crore o Turnover of Rs. total manpower cost. Miniratna Category-II o Have made profits for the last three years continuously and should have a positive net worth. PBDIT (Profit Before Depreciation.1. capital employed. Navratna: up to Rs. cost of services. are free to decide on investments up to 15% of their net worth in a project. However.000 crore Navratna o A score of 60 (out of 100).000 crore or 15% of their net worth on a single project or 30% of their net worth in the whole year (not exceeding Rs. Current Financial Autonomy Status[edit source | editbeta] There are currently 7 Maharatnas. 300 crore or up to 50% of their net worth.000 crore.000 crores).000 crore without explicit government approval. 5.
Maharatna: up to Rs. o A company must first be a Miniratna and have 4 independent directors on its board before it can be made a Navratna. 30 crore or more in one of the three years. 2. Miniratna Category-I o Have made profits continuously for the last three years or earned a net profit of Rs. net worth. 500 crore or equal to their net worth. Interest and Taxes). total cost of production.000 crore to Rs. the Navaratna companies could invest up to Rs 1.000 crore. 5. 14 Navratnas and 53 Miniratnas-I and 16 Miniratna-II. Miniratna-II: up to Rs.
The Categorisation entitles the company boards to do investments up to a limit (depending on the status) without seeking government permission.
the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Coal India Limited) Jump to: navigation. India Area served India S Narsing Rao (Chairman & MD)
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Coal India Limited (CIL)
State-owned enterprise Public company BSE: 533278 NSE: COALINDIA BSE SENSEX Constituent Metals and Mining 1985
 On the first day of its listing on the Sensex.28 times. CIL was conferred the Maharatna status by the Union Government of India and ranked as one of India's most valuable companies by market value.546 (2012) www. It is involved in coal mining and production industry. West Bengal.88 billion (US$2. NSE: COALINDIA) is an Indian state-controlled coal mining company headquartered in Kolkata.15 billion (FY 2012). CIL's initial public offering (IPO) got subscribed 15.4 billion) (2012) Government of India 371. Bituminous 826. collecting a record over 2.4 trillion—the highest IPO subscription so far. India and the world's largest coal miner with revenue exceeding 624. Contents [hide]
1 History 2 Joint Ventures 3 Reviving of abandoned mines 4 See also 5 References 6 External links
History[edit source | editbeta]
.4 billion). under the administrative control of the Ministry of Coal. its stock closed 40% higher than IPO price. In April 2011.Products
Coal.coalindia.41 billion (US$13 billion) (2012) 147. to raise up to 150 billion (US$2. It is currently 90% owned by the Government of India with the remaining 10% owned by the public. In 2010. It is India's largest ever public offer from Coal India Ltd.in
Owner(s) Employees Website
Coal India Limited (CIL) (BSE: 533278. It was formerly owned entirely by the Union Government of India.
Jharkhand) Western Coalfields Limited (WCL)(Nagpur region) Eastern Coalfields Limited (ECL)(Sanctoria. West Bengal) Central Mine Planning and Design Institute Limited (CMPDIL)(Ranchi. 8 mines of Bharat Coking Coal. It is the largest company in the world in terms of coal production. Jharkhand)
In 1985 two more subsidiaries were added:
South Eastern Coalfields Limited (SECL)(Bilaspur) Northern Coalfields Limited. In April 2012. In 1975 it was changed to Coal India Limited as a holding company with five subsidiaries:
Bharat Coking Coal Limited (BCCL)(Dhanbad. and 4 mines of Central Coalfields. S Narsing Rao took over as the Coal India Chief. Reviving of abandoned mines[edit source | editbeta] Coal India Ltd (CIL). Mahanadi Coalfields Limited)
MJSJ Coal Limited MNH Shakti Limited
The Indian Institute of Coal Management (IICM) at Ranchi operates under Coal India Limited and imparts multi disciplinary management development programs for executives. will extract coal from 18 abandoned underground mines owned by three of its subsidiaries in partnership with private players.000 person and is the largest corporate employer
. Joint Ventures[edit source | editbeta] Coal India Limited is one of the founding member of International Coal Ventures Private Limited. It employs nearly 397.Coal India Limited was formed in 1973 as Coal Mines Authority Limited. CIL contributes around 85% of coal production in India. Singrauli (NCl singrauli)
In 1992 one more subsidiary added:
Mahanadi Coalfields Limited (MCL) (Sambalpur)
One International Subsidiary
Coal India Africana Limitada (CIAL) (Mozambique)
Two indirect subsidiaries (held through our subsidiary. These 18 mines have an approximate reserve of 1. Asansol.647 billion tons of coal. Jharkhand) Central Coalfields Limited (CCL)(Ranchi. Underground mining would be revived in 6 abandoned mines of Eastern Coalfields.
in the country. with turnover being around 386.75 billion (US$570 million)) in 2007–08 and has paid Dividend of 17. see Indian Refining Company.
Indian Oil Corporation Limited
Public BSE: 530965 NSE: IOC Oil and gas 1964 New Delhi. Indian Oil Corporation From Wikipedia.054 billion (US$270 million) to the Govt. India India
Industry Founded Headquarters Area served
. search For the America-based oil company. It is one of the largest companies in the country. It is one of the largest tax payer (Corporate Tax 35. of India in 2007–08.31 billion in 2007–08. the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Indian Oil Corporation Limited) Jump to: navigation.
The Indian Oil Group of companies owns and operates 10 of India's 22 refineries with a combined refining capacity of 65.59 billion (2012) Government of India 36.05 billion (2012)
Revenue Operating income Profit Total assets Total equity Owner(s) Employees Website
US$ 03.7 million metric tonnes per year. In FY 2012 IOCL sold 75.88 billion (2012) US$ 11.Key people
RS Butola (Chairman) Fuels.54 billion. It is one of the seven Maharatna status companies of India. and the Government of India earned an excise duty of 232. It is the world's 88th largest corporations.575 (16. It has also started Auto LPG
Indian Oil Corporation Limited. NTPC Limited. 31% share in refining capacity and 67% downstream sector pipelines capacity in India.350 regular ROs & 4.iocl.30 billion (2012)
US$ 0786 million (2012) US$ 40. The President of India owns 78.225 Kisan Seva Kendra).53 billion and tax of 10. apart from Coal India Limited. and the largest public corporation in India when ranked by revenue. Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited and Gas Authority of India Limited  IndianOil operates the largest and the widest network of fuel stations in the country.9162 billion shares) in the company.198 (2012) www. according to the Fortune Global 500 list.66 million tonnes of petroleum products and reported a PBT of 37. is an Indian state-owned oil and gas corporation with its headquarters in New Delhi.68 billion. IndianOil and its subsidiaries account for a 49% share in the petroleum products market. India. Steel Authority of India Limited. Oil and Natural Gas Corporation. numbering about 20. or IndianOil.92% (1. petrochemicals US$ 76.
lubricants. On 28 May 2012. naphtha.934 Indane distributors. Xtra Premium petrol. Recently Indian Oil Corp (IOC) has raised $500 million by selling 10-year dollardenominated bonds. LPG. It supplies Indane cooking gas to over 66. IndianOil Aviation are some of its prominent brands. diesel.Domestic and Industrial Gas AutoGas . Indian Oil hinted at reduction in prices of petrol. Recently Indian Oil has also introduced a new business line of supplying LNG (liquefied natural gas) by cryogenic transportation.8 million households through a network of 5. aviation turbine fuel.Automotive Natural Gas Xtra Premium . This is called "LNG at Doorstep". develops and provides the necessary technology solutions to the operating divisions of the corporation and its customers within the country and abroad. Indian Oil is the biggest oil producer and marketeer Oil's product range covers petrol. Servo lubricants. with the merger of Indian Refineries Ltd.Automotive Premium Petrol Xtra Mile . auto LPG. Autogas LPG. bitumen. kerosene etc. its fourth such issue overseas in the last three and a half years.Dispensing Stations (ALDS). Brands[edit source | editbeta]
IndaneGas . Xtra Mile diesel. paraffin.Automotive Premium Diesel Servo . The Indian Oil Corporation was formed in 1964.Lubricants and Greases
Refineries[edit source | editbeta] In Assam
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1 History 2 Brands 3 Refineries 4 Group companies and joint ventures 5 International rankings 6 Loyalty programs 7 Concerns 8 Competitors 9 Oil Industry Development Board 10 See also 11 References 12 External links
History[edit source | editbeta] Indian Oil began operations in 1959 as Indian Oil Company Ltd. In addition. IndianOil's Research and Development Center (R&D) at Faridabad supports. Indane LPG cooking gas.
Its present capacity is 13. Its capacity is 1 MMTPA.65 MMTPA. it became part of IndianOil in 1981. Its original refining capacity had been 0. Its capacity today is 6 MMTPA. in Assam. UOP licensed the technology for the Coking process in this refinery. The refinery was commissioned in 1965. Panipat Refinery has since expanded its refining capacity to 15 MMTPA. in Bihar.
In West Bengal
Haldia Refinery is the only coastal refinery of the Corporation.
Gujarat Refinery. The original refinery with 6 MMTPA capacity was built and commissioned in 1998. 25 March 2009.5 MMTPA since 1901. is India's oldest refinery and was commissioned in 1901. the first Prime Minister of India.
Barauni Refinery. It also houses the first hydrocracking unit of the country. at Koyali (near Vadodara) in Gujarat in Western India.
Digboi Refinery. It is located at Dhaligaon in Chirang district of Assam.f.5 MMTPA.8 MMTPA.e. the first public sector refinery of the country. was built with Romanian collaboration and was inaugurated by Late Pt. Bongaigaon Refinery became the eighth refinery of IndianOil after merger of Bongaigaon Refinery & Petrochemicals Limited w. was built in collaboration with Russia and Romania.
. 200 km west of Guwahati. situated 136 km downstream of Kolkata in the Purba Medinipur (East Midnapore) district.70 MMTPA. Jawaharlal Nehru. It was commissioned in 1964 with a capacity of 1 MMTPA. Modernisation project of this refinery was completed by 1996 and the refinery now has an enhanced capacity of 0. It was commissioned in 1975 with a capacity of 2.0 MMTPA. Located strategically between the historic cities of Delhi and Agra. the capacity of Mathura refinery was increased to 8.5 MMTPA
In Uttar Pradesh
Mathura Refinery was commissioned in 1982 as the sixth refinery in the fold of IndianOil and with an original capacity of 6.
Panipat Refinery is the seventh and largest refinery of IndianOil. Guwahati Refinery. Originally a part of Assam Oil Company. is IndianOil’s second largest refinery. on 1 January 1962. which has since been increased to 7.
000 tonnes per annum of FCC (fluidised catalytic cracking) catalysts & additives in India. Ltd.A joint venture between IOCL. IOC Middle East FZE Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited Green Gas Ltd. Taiwan Synthetic Rubber Corporation(Taiwan) and Marubeni(Japan) Petronas (Malaysia) Ltd
International rankings[edit source | editbeta] IndianOil is the highest ranked Indian company in the Fortune Global 500 listing. Numerous exploration and production ventures with Oil India Ltd.. Oil and Natural Gas Corporation India Synthetic Rubber Ltd . IOCL was featured on the 2011 Forbes Global 2000 at position 243. a joint venture with Chattisgarh government for production and marketing of Bio-fuels. with Intercat. 1 petroleum trading company among the national oil companies in the Asia-Pacific region. Indo Cat Pvt. Currently it has 1 million customer base. It was locked into a bitter subsidy payment dispute with Sri Lanka's Government which has since been resolved. It is the fifth most valued brand in India according to an annual survey conducted by Brand Finance and The Economic Times in 2010. Concerns[edit source | editbeta] Indian Oil Corporation Limited.. XTRAREWARDS is a recently launched loyalty program for retail customers where customers can earn reward points on their purchases. IndianOil – CREDA Biofuels Ltd. by virtue of being the largest Public sector Oil company has borne the largest share of subsidy burden due to Govt restriction on Pricing of common fuels like Diesel Oil.
. Lanka IOC PLC – Group company for retail and storage operations in Sri Lanka..The commissioning of 15 million tonnes per annum refinery in November 2012 has been delayed and is now expected to be operational only in September 2013. It is listed in the Colombo Stock Exchange. – a joint venture with Gas Authority of India Ltd. USA. for city-wide gas distribution networks. Loyalty programs[edit source | editbeta] XTRAPOWER Fleet Card Program is aimed at Large Fleet Operators. for manufacturing 15. at the 83rd position in 2012.
Group companies and joint ventures[edit source | editbeta]
IndianOil (Mauritius) Ltd. Kerosene and LPG. It is also the 18th largest petroleum company in the world and the No.
4 million barrels (5. Both are state-controlled. Oil Industry Development Board[edit source | editbeta] India has begun the development of a strategic crude oil reserve sized at 37. the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation. Bharat Petroleum and Hindustan Petroleum. by virtue of its large share of the energy market. Aviation Turbine Fuel and Lubricants. Fuel oil. The OIDB then created the Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd (ISPRL) to serve as the controlling government agency for the strategic reserve. Petrochemicals is IndianOil's most profitable revenue division currently and massive investments in the recent years have been made in Petrochemical complexes at Panipat refinery and the upcoming Paradip refinery. search
. like Indian Oil Corporation. There are two private competitors. the corporation still faces significant challenges in maintaining its current dominance once the imminent free pricing is introduced. enough for two weeks of consumption. Reliance Industries and Essar Oil. Competitors[edit source | editbeta] Indian Oil Corporation has two major domestic competitors.The current formula of making the marketing company share 1/3rd of the subsidy burden ( the up stream and the Government share the rest equally) forces the corporation to cross subsidize price regulated fuels with other fuels that are not regulated like Gasoline. The subsidy burden which went over Rs. This has rendered the corporation's fuels and Lubricant segments uncompetitive with respect to private marketeers who are delving into the open priced fuel/ Lubricants markets in an aggressive way. 300 Billion in 2011 has thereby handicapped the public sector oil companies as a whole and Indian Oil in particular. Indian Oil has tried to come out of the disadvantageous position it finds itself vis-a-vis the private companies like Total Oil India Limited and Reliance Industries.000 m3). Despite substantial well directed efforts. NTPC Limited From Wikipedia. although the corporation's vast infrastructure shall also play to its advantage in such a scenario.950. Petroleum stocks have been transferred from the Indian Oil Corporation(IndianOil) to the Oil Industry Development Board (OIDB). by taking the fight to newer sectors where private players are dominant like Petrochemicals and Alternative Fuels.
transportation and distribution 690.36 billion (US$11 billion) (2011–12) 98.14 billion
. production. India Arup Roy Choudhury (Chairman & MD) electrical power natural gas Electricity generation and distribution natural gas exploration.Type
State-owned enterprise Public company BSE: 532555 NSE: NTPC BSE SENSEX Constituent
Electric utility 1975
Headquarters New Delhi.
about 1. Although the company has 19% of the total national capacity it contributes 29% of total power generation due to its focus on high efficiency.6 billion)(2011–12) Employees Website 26. and another station uses naphtha/LNG as fuel. It is listed in Forbes Global 2000. NTPC has adopted a multi-pronged growth strategy which includes capacity addition through green field projects. which is 18. It was founded on 7 November 1975.in
NTPC Limited (formerly National Thermal Power Corporation) (BSE: 532555.184 MW.68% of the power of the country in 2008–09. 1. NTPC is lighting every third bulb in India. six stations are coal-based. The Net Profit after Tax on 31 March 2006 was 58.65% more than that for the same quarter in the previous financial year. In addition under JVs (joint ventures). It is listed in Forbes Global 2000 for 2012 ranked at 337th in the world. joint ventures. NTPC's core business is engineering. NTPC’s share at 31 Mar 2001 of the total installed capacity of the country was 24. construction and operation of power generating plants and providing consultancy to power utilities in India and abroad.202 billion. 1956.ntpc. It is an Indian public sector company listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange in which at present the Government of India holds 84.co. As at 31 Mar 2011 NTPC's share of the country's total installed capacity is 17. The primary
. located across the country.4% of the power generation of the country in 2010–11. On 21 May 2010.51% and it generated 29.18% and it generated 27. Net profit after tax for the quarter ended 30 June 2006 was 15.400 MW from nuclear sources and around 1. subsidiaries and takeover of stations. India. 3. By 2017. With an electric power generating capacity of 41.(US$1. 170.855 MW. Pursuant to a special resolution passed by the Shareholders at the Company’s Annual General Meeting on 23 September 2005 and the approval of the Central Government under section 21 of the Companies Act. for 2011 ranked it 348th in the world.955 MW through gas. NTPC has been operating its plants at high efficiency levels.328 MW through hydro generation. NTPC has embarked on plans to become a 128. NSE: NTPC) is the largest Indian state-owned electric utilities company based in New Delhi.000 MW company by 2032.000 MW from Renewable Energy Sources (RES).528 billion. the power generation portfolio is expected to have a diversified fuel mix with coal-based capacity of around 31. expansion of existing stations. The total installed capacity of the company is 41. NTPC was conferred Maharatna status by the Union Government of India.184 MW (including JVs) with 16 coal-based and seven gas-based stations. Every fourth home in India is lit by NTPC.000 (2012) www. the name of the Company "National Thermal Power Corporation Limited" has been changed to "NTPC Limited" with effect from 28 October 2005.5% (after divestment of the stake by Indian government on 19 October 2009) of its equity.88BU of electricity was produced by its stations in the financial year 2005–2006.
No.4 Hydel 3 Scheduling and generation despatch 4 Future Goals 5 See also 6 References 7 External links
NTPC Headquarters[edit source | editbeta] NTPC Limited is divided into eight HQ.1 Thermal-Coal based o 2. Headquarter 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 NCRHQ ER-I.2 Coal Based (Owned by JVs) o 2. Contents [hide]
1 NTPC Headquarters 2 NTPC Plants o 2.reason for this is the company's foray into hydro and nuclear based power generation along with backward integration by coal mining.3 Gas based o 2. Sr. HQ ER-II. HQ NRHQ SR HQ WR-I HQ Hydro HQ WR-II HQ City Delhi Patna Bhubaneshwar Lucknow Hyderabad Mumbai Delhi Raipur
NTPC Plants[edit source | editbeta] Thermal-Coal based[edit source | editbeta] Coal Based (Owned by JVs)[edit source | editbeta]
600 Andhra Pradesh 2.Sr. No.050 Orissa Andhra Pradesh 460 2000
Uttar Pradesh 440 Delhi 705
Chhattisgarh 2980 Assam 750 (3x250 MW)
.500 Bihar 2.000
Uttar Pradesh 1.260
Uttar Pradesh 2.Capacity
Uttar Pradesh 2. 1 2 3
Project Singrauli Super Thermal Power Station NTPC Korba NTPC Ramagundam Farakka Super Thermal Power Station NTPC Vindhyachal Rihand Thermal Power Station Kahalgaon Super Thermal Power Station NTPC Dadri NTPC Talcher Kaniha Feroze Gandhi Unchahar Thermal Power Plant Talcher Thermal Power Station Simhadri Super Thermal Power Plant Tanda Thermal Power Plant Badarpur Thermal Power Station Sipat Thermal Power Plant NTPC Bongaigaon (commissioning 2013 onwards)
Inst.000 Chhattisgarh 2.600
West Bengal 2.100 Madhya Pradesh
5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Uttar Pradesh 1.820 Orissa 3.
Joint venture with Bihar Kanti State Electricity Board. NPGC. 1 2 3
3300 (5x660 MW) 31. Joint venture with Bihar Aurangabad Bihar State Electricity Board. NSPCL.Sr. Ltd. Muzaffarpur Thermal Power Station (MTPS). No. Joint venture with SAIL. Joint venture with Indian Railways. Joint venture with SAIL. Bhartiya Rail Bijlee Company Limited. 2x660 MW)
Uttar Pradesh 1*500 MW
19 Total Sr. No.Capacity 2320 (2x500 MW. Joint venture with SAIL. 17
Project NTPC Mouda (1 unit 500 MW is commissioned in April 2012) Rihand Thermal Power Station (erection phase) NTPC Barh (commissioning 2013 onwards)
Inst.Capacity in Megawatt 120 120 574
Nabinagar Power Generating Co.
City Durgapur Rourkela Bhilai
State West Bengal Orissa Chhattisgarh
Name of the JV NSPCL. Aravali Power CPL JV with HPGCL & IPGCL NTECL JV with NTPC & TNEB Total Chennai
1500 1500 6904
Gas based[edit source | editbeta]
3.Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Total
Project NTPC Anta NTPC Auraiya NTPC Kawas NTPC Dadri NTPC Jhanor
State Rajasthan – Kota Uttar Pradesh Gujarat Uttar Pradesh Gujarat
Installed Capacity in Megawatt 413 652 645 817 648 350 430
NTPC Kayamkulam Kerala NTPC Faridabad RGPPL Ratnagiri Haryana
Maharashtra-Ratnagiri 1967 6922
Hydel[edit source | editbeta] The company has also stepped up its hydroelectric power (hydel) projects implementation. near China Border. No. Koldam Dam Hydro Power Project 800 MW in Himachal Pradesh (130 km from Chandigarh ) 5. All these Load Despatch Centres come under Power System Operation Corporation Limited (POSOCO).
. Loharinag Pala Hydro Power Project by NTPC Ltd: Loharinag Pala Hydro Power Project (600 MW i. 2. Lata Tapovan 130MW Hydro Power Project by NTPC Ltd: is further upstream to Joshimath. 4. 261 MW in Pithoragarh. This project is under environmental revision.150 MW x 4 Units) is located on river Bhagirathi (a tributary of the Ganges) in Uttarkashi district of Uttarakhand state. Tapovan Vishnugad 520MW Hydro Power Project by NTPC Ltd: In Joshimath town. This is the first project downstream from the origin of the Ganges at Gangotri. Rupasiyabagar Khasiabara HPP. 6. Amochu in Bhutan 600 MW Scheduling and generation despatch[edit source | editbeta] The Scheduling and Despatch of all the generating stations owned by National Thermal Power Corporation is done by respective Regional Load Despatch Centres which are the apex body to ensure integrated operation of the power system grid in the respective region. Some of these projects are: 1.e. Uttarakhand State. Project was at advance stage of construction when it was discontinued by Government of India in August 2010 .
for establishing an alliance for exchange of information and experts from different areas of the business. A 2. The public sector company has signed a memorandum of agreement with the Government of Sri Lanka and Ceylon Electricity Board for setting up a 500-mw (2x250 mw) coal-based thermal power plant in the island nation. and the 500-mw Attunli HEP project. Apart from the commissioned projects. At present. NTPC also plans to go global. To ensure fuel supply for its upcoming thermal projects. NTPC has reported good progress in its ongoing projects. Inc. Please help to ensure that disputed statements are reliably sourced. See the relevant discussion on the talk page. search This article's factual accuracy is disputed.000-mw plus company by 2012.000-mw Etalin hydel power plant.360 mw capacity under construction. The company is also in the process of finalising an MoU with Nigeria for setting up power plants against allocation of LNG on long-term basis for NTPC plants in India. Japan. Arup Roy Choudhury said that the nuclear agreement with the US would provide flexibility on the acquisition of technology for nuclear energy. NTPC has entered into agreements with Coal India Ltd and Singareni Collieries Company Ltd for jointly undertaking the development. the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Steel Authority of India Limited) Jump to: navigation. Despite the major shortfall in the power ministry’s 10th plan capacity addition programme. The power major has also signed MoUs with the Arunachal Pradesh government for implementation of the 4. NTPC has all reason to be pleased with its performance of a total addition of 7. the country’s largest hydro power project. The company’s Vindhyachal super thermal power plant has become the country’s largest thermal generation plant with a total installed capacity of 3. NTPC has a total of 11. Arup Roy Choudhury. expansion of existing stations. Dr. Dr. Disclosing NTPC’s future plans.000 mw at the end of the plan..000 mw plus installed capacity by 2017 which includes a significant addition of hydro capacity and forays into non-conventional and nuclear power generation. The coal ministry has also recently approved NTPC’s Pakri Barwadih coal mining project which will be the largest mining capacity plan in India with estimated reserves of 15 million tonnes per annum. NTPC.000-mw nuclear power plant will come up in the middle of the 11th Five-Year Plan and another 2. Steel Authority of India From Wikipedia.200 mw.155 mw power during the period. joint ventures and takeover of SEB stations were on the cards. Chairman and managing director. said that capacity addition through greenfield projects. (February 2009)
. 600-mw Loharinag Pala and 520-mw Tapovan Vishnugad moving ahead at a good pace.Future Goals[edit source | editbeta] The National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd is on an expansion spree to meet the power requirements of the country – it has adopted a multi-pronged growth strategy to become a 50. An MoU has also been signed with Kyushu Electric Power Co. NTPC envisages 75. operation and maintenance of the coal blocks. Its foray into hydro power has also gathered momentum with the 800-mw Koldam.
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Headquarters New Delhi. flat steel products. India Chandra Shekhar Verma (Chairman) Steel. wire products. long steel products. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.
Burnpur (near Asansol) and Salem. Major plants owned by SAIL are located at Bhilai.sail.Revenue
48681 crore (US$7.7 billion).3. With an annual production of 13.4. SAIL is one of India's fastest growing Public Sector Units.SAIL is investing Rs 21000 crore in West Bengal.in
Official Facebook Page Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) (Hindi: स्टील अथॉरिटी ऑफ इण्डिया लललिटे ि(Steel Authority of India Limited)) is one of the largest state-owned steel-making company based in New Delhi.co. the company is among the top five highest profit earning corporates of the country (source?). to set up a wagon factory.S Verma.2011) from 116950 (as on 1. According to a recent survey. SAIL is the 14th largest steel producer in the world.7 billion) (2012)  3542 crore (US$560 million) (2012) 20425 crore (US$3.5 million metric tons. it has R&D centre for Iron & Steel (RDCIS). SAIL is a public sector company. 1973. the manpower of SAIL reached a level of 110794 (as on 31. Durgapur. Management Training Institute (MTI) and SAIL Safety Organization (SSO) located at Ranchi capital of Jharkhand.Besides. owned and operated by the Government of India. SAIL has more than 1 lakh employees.2010) The company's current chairman is C.2 billion) (2011) 99360 (2013) www. Incorporated on January 24. With a turnover of 48681 crore (US$7. It is a public sector undertaking which trades publicly in the market is largely owned by Government of India and acts like an operating company. Bokaro. Contents [hide]
1 History o 1. During 2010-11.1 1959-1973 o 1. Centre for Engineering and Technology (CET). India and one of the top steel makers in World. Rourkela.2 Holding Company
8 MT phase of Rourkela . and the 1. the preliminary work was done by the Iron and Steel Ministry. the supervision and control of these two steel plants were also transferred to Hindustan Steel.was commissioned in February 1968. and ultimately to Ranchi in December 1959. The second phase of Bhilai Steel Plant was completed in September 1967 after commissioning of the Wire Rod Mill. The last unit of the 1.6 MT stage of Durgapur Steel Plant was completed in August 1969 after commissioning of the Furnace in SMS. The registered office was originally in New Delhi.5 MT stage at Bhilai.58 MT (1959–60) to 1.7 MT in 1968-69 and subsequently to 4MT in 1972-73. Thus. was incorporated in January 1964 to construct and operate the steel plant at Bokaro. HSL was initially designed to manage only one plant that was coming up at Rourkela. Bokaro Steel Limited (Bokaro Steel Plant).5 Bhilai JP Cement Ltd o 4.9 International Coal Ventures Private Limited o 4. 1.1 NTPC SAIL Power Company Limited (NSPCL) o 4.6 MT at Durgapur.3 mjunction services limited o 4.4 SAIL-Bansal Service Center Ltd o 4. The crude steel production of HSL went up from 1.
2 Major Units 3 Central Units 4 Joint Ventures o 4. Ltd o 4. the total crude steel production capacity of HSL was raised to 3. Limited (BPSCL) o 4.8 MT at Rourkela and 1.6 Bokaro JP Cement Ltd o 4. The 1 MT phases of Bhilai and Rourkela Steel Plants were completed by the end of December 1961.
. From April 1957.6 MT. with the completion of the 2.7 SAIL&MOIL Ferro Alloys (Pvt. It moved to Calcutta in July 1956. 1954. A new steel company.) Limited o 4. IISCO was taken over as a subsidiary in 1978 and later merged in 2006.the Tandem Mill .2 Bokaro Power Supply Company Pvt.8 S&T Mining Company Pvt. For Bhilai and Durgapur Steel Plants. The 1 MT phase of Durgapur Steel Plant was completed in January 1962 after commissioning of the Wheel and Axle plant.10 Development of Hajigak iron ore mines in Afghanistan o 4.11 Development of mines through outsourcing 5 Ownership and Management 6 Achievements 7 Future Plans 8 Competitors 9 See also 10 References 11 External links
History[edit source | editbeta] 1959-1973[edit source | editbeta] SAIL traces its origin to the Hindustan Steel Limited (HSL) which was set up on January 19.
3. 8.Holding Company[edit source | editbeta] The Ministry of Steel and Mines drafted a policy statement to evolve a new model for managing industry. Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) in Chhattisgarh set up with Soviet collaboration (1959) 3. In 1978 SAIL was restructured as an operating company. Durgapur Steel Plant (DSP) at Durgapur. Bokaro. The company. the Alloy Steel Plant and the Salem Steel Plant. Durgapur. Karnataka
Ferro Alloy Plant 1. Bokaro Steel Plant (BSL) in Jharkhand (1965) set up with Soviet collaboration (The Plant is hailed as the country’s first Swadeshi steel plant. 6. 1973 with an authorized capital of Rs. Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL). 7. Rourkela and Burnpur. 1959) 2. 2. West Bengal Special Steel Plants 1. material and know-how) 5. 3. 4. Tamil Nadu Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Limited (VISL). Centre for Engineering and Technology Research and development centre for iron and steel Management Training Institute SAIL safety organization Raw materials division Central Marketing Organization SAIL consultancy organization Environment Management Division
. Uttar Pradesh Alloy Steels Plants (ASP). Chandrapur Ferro Alloy Plant (CFP) in Maharashtra Central Units[edit source | editbeta] 1. IISCO Steel Plant (ISP) at Burnpur (near Asansol). The policy statement was presented to the Parliament on December 2. was made responsible for managing five integrated steel plants at Bhilai. at Bhadravathi. West Bengal set up with British collaboration (1965) 4. 2000 crore. built with maximum indigenous content in terms of equipment. This led to the formation of Steel Authority of India Ltd. Major Units[edit source | editbeta] SAIL Integrated Steel Plants 1. Durgapur. Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) in Odisha set up with German collaboration (The first integrated steel plant in the Public Sector in India. 2. 4. On this basis the concept of creating a holding company to manage inputs and outputs under one umbrella was mooted. incorporated on January 24. 1972. West Bengal Salem Steel Plant (SSP). 5. Kanpur.
in. revenue and profits. Founded in February 2001. manages the captive power plants at Rourkela. Durgapur and Bhilai with a combined capacity of 314 megawatts (MW).000 crores till date) but also runs the world's largest eMarketplace for steel. (NTPC Ltd. mjunction has service offerings spanning the entire eCommerce spectrum and operates through metaljunction.
.854 crores in FY'11. BPSCL has proposed to expand its capacity by installing 2x250 MW coal based thermal unit at Bokaro. financejunction.in.in. it is today not only India's largest eCommerce company (having eTransacted worth over Rs.35 crores in FY'02 to Rs 24. straightline.m Business volume of the company in terms of Transaction Value has soared from Rs 94.com. eFinance and eKnowledge services across diverse industry verticals that empower businesses with greater process efficiencies. coaljunction.in. valuejunction. The commercial generation of 1st Unit has commenced in April’2009 and the 2nd Unit in October 2009
NSPCL. it has established offices at 12 locations across the country. construction activities are underway for installation of 9th Boiler (300T/Hr) & 36 MW Back Pressure Turbo Generator (BPTG) project at Bokaro.Joint Ventures[edit source | editbeta] NTPC SAIL Power Company Limited (NSPCL)[edit source | editbeta] A 50:50 joint venture between Steel Authority of India Ltd. mjunction offers a wide range of eSelling. mjunction is an ISO 9001:2008. Durgapur NSPCL. eSourcing. and mjunctionedge. In the space of just 10 years. registering a spectacular CAGR of 86%. Bhilai
Bokaro Power Supply Company Pvt. (SAIL) and National Thermal Power Corporation Ltd. It has installed additional capacity by implementation of 500 MW (2 x 250 MW Units) power plant at Bhilai. mjunction services limited[edit source | editbeta] mjunction services limited operating in Information Technology and the Internet. is a 50:50 venture promoted by SAIL and TATA Steel.90. mjunction's growth has not only been in terms of transactional value. Today. buyjunction.). Limited (BPSCL)[edit source | editbeta] This 50:50 joint venture between SAIL and the Damodar Valley Corporation formed in January 2002 is managing the 302-MW power generating station and 660 tonnes per hour steam generation facilities at Bokaro Steel Plant. SAIL-Bansal Service Center Ltd[edit source | editbeta] SAIL has formed a joint venture with BMW industries Ltd.in. autojunction.in. Rourkela NSPCL. In addition. ISO 27001 and CMMI Level 3 certified company. on 40:60 basis to promote a service centre at Bokaro with the objective of adding value to steel.
and Monnet Ispat and Energy and led by SAIL. Bokaro JP Cement Ltd[edit source | editbeta] SAIL has incorporated another joint venture company with M/s JaiPrakash Associates Ltd to set up a 2. respectively. Ltd[edit source | editbeta] SAIL has incorporated a joint venture company with TATA Steel for joint acquisition & development of coal blocks/mines.e. Jindal Steel and Power.) Limited[edit source | editbeta] SAIL has incorporated a joint venture company with Manganese Ore (India) Ltd on 50:50 basis to produce ferro-manganese and silico-manganese required for production of steel. The company shall commence cement production at Bhilai by March'2010. plan to invest $75 million in first phase for the development of Hajigak iron ore mines in Afghanistan.2 MT slag based cement plant at Bhilai. International Coal Ventures Private Limited[edit source | editbeta] International Coal Ventures Private Limited is a special purpose vehicle set up to achieve the target of making steel PSUs self-reliant in the area of coking coal. 1.1 MT cement plant at Bokaro utilizing slag from BSL. a joint venture company has been incorporated composed of five central PSU companies i. Development of Hajigak iron ore mines in Afghanistan[edit source | editbeta] A consortium comprisng state-owned NMDC and RINL and private sector steel players—JSW.200 crore. The development of each mine is likely to cost between Rs.Bhilai JP Cement Ltd[edit source | editbeta] SAIL has incorporated a joint venture company with M/s Jaiprakash Associates Ltd to set up a 2. The project implementation is under progress with commencement of cement production likely by july 2011 SAIL&MOIL Ferro Alloys (Pvt. Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Limited (RINL). had won the mining rights for three iron ore mines which are said to contain 1. The consortium..28 billion tonnes of rich reserves. Ownership and Management[edit source | editbeta]
. New indigenous opportunities for coking coal development are being explored by the Joint Venture company for securing coking coal supplies. whereas clinker production at Satna shall start within 2009. Development of mines through outsourcing[edit source | editbeta] SAIL has decided to outsource development of two virgin iron ore mines at Rowghat in Chhatisgarh and Chiria in Jharkhand with an annual capacity of 14 Million Tonnes and 15 Million Tonnes. S&T Mining Company Pvt. JSW Ispat. Coal India Limited and other target countries. in November 2011.0001. SAIL.
Deepak Nayyar. SAIL.2009-10 Greentech Safety Gold Award was bagged by Bhilai Steel Plant . Achievements[edit source | editbeta]
Quality Summit New York Gold Trophy 2007 (International Award for Excellence & Business Prestige) and Award of Excellence Maintenance for Sumitomo Heavy Industry & TSUBKIMOTO-KOGIO. 2010. Shri AK Goswami. Golden Peacock Award for Combating Climate Change – 2008 for BSP. Dr. Shri Arun Kumar Srivastava. However. taking charge of the office on June 11. Prof. Rourkela Steel Plant bagged the prestigious Srishti Good Green Governance (G-Cube) Award . Durgapur.2009.2008 for BSL National Safety Award to Bhilai Steel Plant announced by the Ministry of Labour & Employment. the Rajbhasha Journal of SAIL has been awarded with the first prize under the All India House Journal Award Scheme . Chandra Shekar Verma is the current chairman of SAIL. Shri Anil Kumar Chaudhary. Shri PK Sengupta. Shri SS Mohanty. Verma is a fellow member of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India (FCS) and of the Institute of Cost & Works Accountants of India (FICWA). Shri HS Pati and Shri TS Suresh (as on May. Shri PC Jha.The Government of India owns about 86% of SAIL's equity and retains voting control of the Company.2010
. Jagdish Khattar. by virtue of its Maharatna status. Awards received by him during his career are plenty. SAIL was featured in the 2008 list of Forbes Global 2000 companies at position 647. 2012). Occupational Health and Safety.2008-09 Salem Steel Plant received the prestigious Greentech Gold Award in Metal and Mining Sector .2010 The HR Excellence Award by the Greentech Foundation won by Bhilai Steel Plant .2008 Durgapur Steel Plant won the 2nd Prize in the Association of Business Communicators of India Awards . Subrata Chaudhuri. Prof. he was the director of Bharat Heavy electricals Limited (BHEL). He is a Commerce post-graduate with a Master's degree in Business Administration and Bachelor's degree in Law & Legislatures. Mr. Golden Peacock Award for Corporate Social Responsibility won by Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) for the third year in a row .2009. Isher Judge Ahluwalia. Shri Upendra Prasad Singh.2008-09.2009 The steel township of Rourkela Steel Plant (RSP) has been ranked 14th in sanitation and cleanliness by Union Urban Development Ministry . Ispat Bhasha Bharati. Shri Shuman Mukherjee. Shri Sujit Banerjee. some of wihhc include 'Best CFO Award' of CNBC-TV 18 in the infrastructure sector for the year 2008-09 and 'Top Rankers Excellence Award for Best Professional' for the year 2008. Prior to this. Mr. Government of India . enjoys significant operational and financial autonomy. Japan won by Alloy Steel Plant. Other Board members include Shri S Machendranathan (Additional Secretary & Financial Adviser to the Government of India).2008. Greentech HR Excellence Award bagged by Durgapur Steel Plant . Dr.
Bokaro Steel Plant won 6 awards involving 29 employees.2011.a remarkable distinction for any organisation. in recognition of SAIL's initiatives and achievements in the field of environment management. Future Plans[edit source | editbeta] SAIL. SAIL employees have bagged 4 out of 5 awards of Class A. was presented by Union Minister for Home Affairs Shri P. Item Actual Production Capacity Production Capacity after Expansion
. Durgapur Steel Plant and Salem Steel Plant both won 1 award each involving five and four employees respectively. SAIL employees bagged 11 awards.17 of which went to PSUs. Chidambaram on 24 June 2011 74 of a total of 128 awardees who have won the prestigious Vishwakarma Rashtriya Puraskar (VRP) are from SAIL. raw material resources and other facilities to maintain its dominant position in the Indian steel market. Mr Beni Prasad Verma has said that the Steel Industry in India which contributes over 2% to the GDP is expected to become the 2nd largest producer of crude steel in the world by 2015.2009-10 Golden Peacock Environment Management Award . The aim is to increase the production capacity from the base level production of 14.6 MTPA (2006– 07) to 26.
SSP has won the prestigious Greentech Silver Award in Training Category of Greentech HR Excellence Awards . which is the highest number of A Class awards won by any PSU in India. The India’s union minister of steel.2011 Maiden Wockhardt Shining Star CSR Award in the Iron & Steel Sector category . 45 belong to SAIL . Award for financial and operational strength by Indian Institute of Industrial Engineering (IIIE). Salem Steel Plant (SSP) has won the prestigious National Sustainability Award for the 6th time in
succession and 13th time since inception of the award from Indian Institute of Metals (IIM)2011
Of the 33 Prime Minister's Shram Awards announced for 2010 by the Ministry of Labour. The following table shows the increased production of various items prior to and post expansion. Bhilai Steel Plant won 7 such awards involving 36 employees.2 MTPA of Hot Metal.2010.2011 Randstad Award for HR Practices and Employer Branding under 'Manufacturing Industries' category . The award. is in the process of modernizing and expanding its production units. Government of India. Maharatna SAIL has received the prestigious Golden Peacock Environment Management Award for the year 2011. Of the total number of 76 awardees for the year. The 15 out of 28 awards won by SAIL went to our 74 employees for the performance year 2008.
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(Chairman & MD) Includes (Gas and Steam Turbines). Boilers. circuit breakers. programmable Products logic controllers. uninterruptible power supplies. sensors. Rao. switchgear. variable frequency drives. motor controllers US$ 09. Heat Exchangers. switchboards.07 billion (2012)
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State-owned enterprise Public (BSE: 500103. NSE: BHEL) BSE SENSEX Constituent Electrical equipment 1964
Headquarters New Delhi.P. Pumps. India Area served Key people Worldwide B. generators.
In the year 2011. BHEL is the only Indian Engineering company on the list. The cumulative overseas installed capacity of BHEL manufactured power plants exceeds 9. Power. Oil & Gas and Defence. On 1 February 2013. eight service centres.Net income Total assets Employees Website
US$ 01. testing.000 MW across 21 countries including Malaysia. Bhutan. It is the 7th largest power equipment manufacturer in the world. Industry.com
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) is an Indian state-owned integrated power plant equipment manufacturer and operates as an engineering and manufacturing company based in New Delhi. BHEL’s global references are spread across 75 countries. engineering. Oman. India. Iraq. viz. It has 15 manufacturing divisions. The company has been earning profits continuously since 197172 and paying dividends since 1976-77.
.bhel. the UAE. BHEL was established in 1964.33 billion (2012) US$ 02.  BHEL has a share of 59% in India’s total installed generating capacity contributing 69% (approx.) to the total power generated from utility sets (excluding non-conventional capacity) as of March 31.274 (2010) www. ushering in the indigenous Heavy Electrical Equipment industry in India. it was ranked ninth most innovative company in the world by US business magazine Forbes. It is engaged in the design. It is one of the only 7 mega Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) of India clubbed under the esteemed 'Maharatna' status. two repair units. Its physical exports range from turnkey projects to after sales services. the Government of India  granted Maharatna status to Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited. 2012. four regional offices. eight overseas offices and 15 regional centres and currently operates at more than 150 project sites across India and abroad. The company has been exporting its power and industry segment products and services for over 40 years. Renewable Energy. Transportation. construction. Egypt and New Zealand. which contains online retail firm Amazon at the second position with Apple and Google at fifth and seventh positions.37 billion (2012) 46. Transmission.respectively. manufacture. Environmental Management Systems (ISO 14001:2004) and Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems (OHSAS 18001:2007). commissioning and servicing of a wide range of products and services for the core sectors of the economy. Most of its manufacturing units and other entities have been accredited to Quality Management Systems (ISO 9001:2008). It is also placed at 4th place in Forbes Asia's Fabulous 50 List of 2010.
Commercialisation of products and systems developed by way of in-house Research and Development contributed Rs. energy saving and conservation of natural resources through environmental management.The company's Corporate R&D division at Hyderabad leads BHEL's research efforts in a number of areas of importance to its product range. Hyderabad (Andhra Pradesh) Transformer Plant. taking the total tally to 13. free medical camps/charitable dispensaries. plantation of millions of trees. employment for the differently abled. Research and Product Development (RPD) centres at all its manufacturing divisions play a complementary role. BHEL works along a pre-determined CSR Scheme and its Mission Statement on CSR is "Be a Committed Corporate Citizen. alive towards its Corporate Social Responsibility". pollution checking camps.000 publicly traded companies which are the biggest spenders on R&D in the world. As part of social commitment. 56 villages having nearly 80. Contents [hide]
1 Main manufacturing facilities 2 Products 3 References 4 External links
Main manufacturing facilities[edit source | editbeta]
Heavy Electrical Plant [[Bhopal] Heavy Electrical Equipment Plant. The company boasts of a dedicated team of highly skilled and committed workforce of 49. employment for ex-serviceman. schools for the underprivileged and handicapped children. BHEL commissioned 250 MW power generating unit at Harduaganj in Uttar Pradesh. BHEL provides financial assistance to various NGOs/Trusts/Social Welfare Societies that are engaged in social welfare activities throughout the country. ban on child labour. a list of 1. enhancing the company's intellectual capital to 1. BHEL filed 351 patents and copyrights. which are in productive use in the company's business. The company established four new Centres of Excellence. In 2011-12. In June 2012. BHEL's contributions towards Corporate Social Responsibility till date include adoption of villages. BHEL is one of the only four Indian companies and the only Indian Public Sector Enterprise figuring in 'The Global Innovation 1000' of Booz & Co.95. Haridwar. widow resettlement.120 Million corresponding to around 19.786 patents and copyrights filed. Trichy(Tamil Nadu)
.000 inhabitants have been adopted. Uttarakhand Heavy Power Equipment Plant [Ramachandrapuram]]. BHEL has introduced. several state of the art products. This would add six million units of electricity on a daily basis. BHEL Jhansi (Uttar Pradesh) High Pressure Boiler Plant and Seamless Steel Tube Plant. in the recent past. disaster/natural calamity aid.390 employees. irrigation using treated sewage.3% of the company's total turnover in 2011-12.. Significantly.
Ranipet. Vellore (Tamil Nadu) Electronics Division and Electro Porcelain Division. BHEL has two repair shops: HERP (Heavy Equipment Repair Plant). Kerala
Entrance to BHEL Ranipur. Bangalore (Karnataka) Centralised Stamping Unit & Fabrication Plant |http://www.rajsthan Insulator Plant Jagdishpur (Uttar Pradesh) Component Fabrication Plant Rudrapur (Uttrakhand) Industrial Valves Plant. Haridwar plant. Besides these manufacturing units there are four power sectors ( PSNR-Noida. Goindwal (Punjab) Bharat Heavy Plates and Vessels Limited (Vizag) BHEL Electrical Machines Ltd. as it has announced its plans for a 600 MW Solar Module Factory.bhelcsufp.in Jagdishpur (Uttar Pradesh) power plant piping unit(thirumayam. Kasaragod. Varanasi and EMRP (Electric Machines Repair Plant) Mumbai.
Boiler Auxiliaries Plant. PSWR-Nagpur. Further.. PSER-Kolkata & PSSR-Chennai ) which undertake EPC contract from various customers and are responsible for erection and commissioning of various BHEL and bought out equipment. bhandara under construction) nwe rail coach factory planned to be set up in bhilwada. Products[edit source | editbeta]
Indian Railways WCAM 3 Manufactured By BHEL
.tamilnadu) power plant fabrication unit(gondia. BHEL is planning to enter solar manufacturing in a big scale.
USA Hydro turbine Transportation equipment Traction machines AC Motors Transformer Switchgear Oil field equipment (OFE)-under collaboration with National Oilwell Varco. Assistant Engineer Grade-1. 1999 & 2001 respectivaly from Union labour ministry. Coils. Hon'ble Primeminister of India has given this award on 15/09/2010 at Vigyan Bhawan. (July 2013)
Gas Authority of India Limited
. Germany Gas turbine . Shri Tripathi was also honoured with Vishwakarma Rashtriya Award for year 1997.
Desalination plants Boiler (steam generator). Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.under collaboration with Siemens.under collaboration with GE. SOFA panels.an employee from BHEL Bhopal Unit has conferred with prestigious Prime Minister's Shram Award for year-2005.under collaboration with Combustion Engineering. Piping & Headers Wind mill Valves Electrostatic precipitators R & D products
Bharat Swati Prime Minister's Shram Award: Shri Ramkishor Tripathi. New Delhi. Super Heaters. Boiler drum Water wall panel. Dr Manmohan Singh. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. search This article needs additional citations for verification. Govt. Burner panels. Re heaters. the free encyclopedia (Redirected from GAIL (India) Limited) Jump to: navigation. GAIL From Wikipedia. USA Gas generator Hydro generator Steam turbine . of India for outstanding performance and creativity.
State-owned enterprise public company BSE: 532155.4 billion) (2011–12) 3654 crore (US$580 million)
. NSE: GAIL. E&P. Petrochemical. LSE: GAID BSE SENSEX Constituent Energy. India Sh B. Liquefied Petroleum Gas Transmission. 40281 crore (US$6. Telecommunication. C. Petrochemicals 1984
Headquarters New Delhi. City Gas Distribution. Electricity Generation. Tripathi (Chairman & MD as of 2013) Natural Gas.
3 LPG production and transmission o 3.1.1.(2011–12) Employees Parent 3. Currently only six other Public Sector Enterprises (PSEs) enjoy this coveted status amongst all central CPSEs.3 LNG o 3.1 Natural gas 3.4 Petrochemicals o 3. BCPL and GAIL Global (Singapore) Pte Ltd.1.2 Liquid hydrocarbons o 3.8 Power 4 Alliances o 4.1.1 GAIL Gas Limited 4. India. GAIL has been conferred with the Maharatna status on 1 Feb 2013.1 Subsidiaries 4. City Gas Distribution. Petrochemical.5 City gas distribution o 3. GAILTEL and Electricity Generation. www.2 Gas marketing 3.7 GAILTEL o 3.994 (2013) MoP&NG GAIL Gas.1.com
GAIL (India) Limited is the largest state-owned natural gas processing and distribution company headquartered in New Delhi. Exploration and Production.3 GAIL Global (Singapore) Pte Limited
. It has following business segments: Natural Gas. Liquid Hydrocarbon. Liquefied petroleum gas Transmission.1 Natural gas transmission 3.1.gailonline.6 Exploration and production o 3. Contents [hide]
1 History 2 Infrastructure 3 Operations o 3. by the Government of India.2 Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) 4.
P. The company has also extended its presence in Power.2. City Gas Distribution and Exploration & Production through participation in equity and joint ventures. It was one of the largest cross-country natural gas pipeline projects in the world.2.2 joint ventures 4. three liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) plants were constructed and some regional pipelines acquired. Today GAIL is a partner in the Dawoo-OVL led consortium in two offshore block in Myanmar which has made a gas discovery.2.800 kilometres (1.2.4 Green Gas Limited (GGL) 4.2. It is actively scouting for foreign blocks both exploratory or discovery.2.3 Central U.6 Mahanagar Gas Limited (MGL) 4.2.2 Bhagyanagar Gas Limited (BGL) 4. Cauvery onland and deep water and western offshore. Incorporating the new-found
.2.2. operation & maintenance of the Hazira – Vijaypur – Jagdishpur (HVJ) pipeline Project. enabling GAIL to begin its gas transportation in various parts of India.1 Aavantika Gas Limited (AGL) 4.9 Petronet LNG Limited (PLL) 4.11 Tripura Natural Gas Company Limited (TNGCL) 4. (RGPPL) 4.8 ONGC Petro-additions Limited (OPaL) 4. In order to secure Gas for its mainstream business Exploration and Production department was created. Mahanadi. GAIL commissioned the 2.2. Between 1991 and 1993. It is India's principal Gas transmission and marketing company. Bulk of its blocks are located in India in the prolific basins of Cambay.5 Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) 4.12 GAIL China Gas Global Energy Holdings Limited 5 Global presence 6 Corporate social responsibility 7 References 8 External links
History[edit source | editbeta] GAIL (India) Limited was incorporated in August 1984 as a Central Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) under the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas (MoP&NG).2.10 Ratnagiri Gas and Power Pvt. Krishna Godavary Deep water and onland. Telecom and Liquid Hydrocarbons besides gas infrastructure.2. The company was initially given the responsibility of construction. GAIL began its city gas distribution in New Delhi in 1997 by setting up nine compressed natural gas (CNG) stations. Assam-Arakan. Originally this 1800kilometre-long pipeline was built at a cost of 1700 crore (US$270 million) and it laid the foundation for development of market for natural gas in India.
4. The company was previously known as Gas Authority of India Limited.700 mi) Hazira-Vijaipur-Jagdishpur (HVJ) pipeline in 1991. GAIL today has reached new milestones with its strategic diversification into Petrochemicals.7 Maharashtra Natural Gas Limited (MNGL) 4. Ltd. Liquefied Natural Gas re-gasification. Gas Limited (CUGL) 4.
Gujarat and Auraiya. fertilizers. Andhra Pradesh.000 km. Gas Authority of India was renamed GAIL (India) Limited on 22 November 2002. GAIL also possesses a vast telecommunication network that contributes significantly to the high level of system reliability of operations. Maharashtra. When the Company was set up in 1984 gas distribution was restricted to small. Leveraging on the core competencies. GAIL has also set up several Compressor Stations for boosting the gas pressure to desired levels for its customers and internal users. GAIL played a key role as gas market developer in India for decades catering to major industrial sectors like power.800 mi). Gujarat. through its telecom business GAILTEL. on-line real time communication and monitoring higher productivity. Pondicherry. Leveraging on the core competencies. The regional pipelines are in Mumbai. Assam and Usar. Madhya Pradesh. one at Vaghodia. distribution and marketing of Natural Gas over long distances across the country.energy into its corporate identity. Currently GAIL transmits more than 160 MMSCMD of gas through its dedicated pipelines and have more
. These plants have the capacity to produce nearly 1 million tpa of LPG. the crosscountry 2300 km Hazira-Vijaipur-Jagdishpur pipeline with a capacity to handle 33. are located. UP and one each in Lakwa. Tamil Nadu. GAIL Project offices have been set up where its plants. GAIL commissioned world's longest and India's first Cross Country LPG Transmission Pipeline from Jamnagar to Loni. Tripura. and city gas distribution. Thus GAIL grew as the only company in India that has a ready built infrastructure for transmission. GAIL played a key role as gas market developer in India for decades catering to major industrial sectors like power. Assam. etc. four along the HVJ pipeline two at Vijaipur. The Company supplies gas to power plants for generation of over 4. GAIL owns the country's largest pipeline network. Uttar Pradesh and Delhi. local and regional networks.4 MMSCMD gas.000 MW of power to fertiliser plants for production of 10 million tonnes of urea and to several other industries. Currently GAIL transmits more than 160 mmscmd of gas through its dedicated pipelines and have more than 70% market share in both gas transmission and marketing.[citation
Infrastructure[edit source | editbeta] GAIL maintains a well-planned and efficient infrastructure setup. GAIL (India) Limited has shown organic growth in gas transmission through the years by building large network of trunk pipelines covering length of around 11. GAIL became the first Infrastructure Provider Category II Licensee and signed the country's first Service Level Agreement for leasing bandwidth in the Delhi-Vijaipur sector in 2001. Operations[edit source | editbeta] Natural gas[edit source | editbeta] Natural gas transmission[edit source | editbeta] GAIL has built a network of trunk pipelines covering length of around 11. and city gas distribution. In 2001. fertilizers. Rajasthan. MP. Haryana. The Company therefore concentrated its effort towards developing a transmission system that could meet the country's present and future requirements. The Company has established six Gas Processing (LPG) Plants. complexes.000 kilometres (6.
Assam. Of this. To bridge this gap in infrastructure. GAIL sells around 51% (excluding internal usage) of Natural Gas sold in the country. 37% is to the power sector and 26% to the fertiliser sector. Dahej– Vijaipur pipeline and Vijaipur – Dadri pipeline. and Tripura. However. in the year 2007. These customers range from the smallest of companies to mega power and fertiliser plants. When these pipelines are commissioned. LNG[edit source | editbeta]
.500 km. GAIL has been the undisputed leader in the marketing. the capacity of GAIL pipeline system is expected to increase from 157 MMSCMD at present to over 300 MMSCMD and cover over 14. Gujarat. Punjab. Uttarakhand. Delhi. We are present in 11 states. Uttar Pradesh.than 70% market share in both gas transmission and marketing. authorised five new pipelines to GAIL covering a length of over 5. Haryana. i. 5. Currently. All these projects are progressing well and are expected to be completed in phases by 2013 -14 or so. Madhya Pradesh. Rajasthan. No. GAIL is augmenting the capacities of its two existing pipelines. S. viz. Maharashtra.. Pipeline Dadri Bawana Nangal* Chainsa Jhajjar Hissar** Jagdishpur Haldia Dabhol Bangalore Length km/ Capacity in MMSCMD Commissioning 610 km/31 MMSCMD 300 km/35 MMSCMD 2000 km / 32 MMSCMD 1386 km/ 16 MMSCMD 2011–12 2011–12 2013–14 2011–12 2012–13
Kochi Kanjirikkod Bangalore 860 km / 16 MMSCMD TOTAL 5156 km / 130 MMSCMD
• Phase-I Completed till Bawana •• Phase-I Completed till Sultanpur In addition to these. Karnataka. We are further extending our coverage to states of Kerala. Andhra Pradesh. GAIL is supplying around 60 MMSCMD of Natural Gas from domestic sources to customers across India. 1. customers. it has been instrumental in the development of the Natural Gas market in the country. transmission and distribution of Natural Gas in India. at present there are regional imbalances in gas supply across the country. 4. As India's leading Natural Gas Major. Gas marketing[edit source | editbeta] Since inception in 1984. transporters and suppliers. Tamil Nadu. Currently. 2 3. West Bengal and Bihar through our upcoming pipelines. Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.e.000 km. GAIL has adopted a Gas Management System to handle multiple sources of supply and delivery of gas in a comingled form and provide a seamless interface between shippers.
pentane. In addition. Acetone and phenol are being produced from propylene by blending with benzene which are being mainly used in pharmaceutical industry. LPG is being sold exclusively to PSU oil marketing companies (OMCs) while other products are sold directly to customers in retail segment. GAIL is also in talks to add 6 to 8 additional suppliers under the umbrella.By the end of 2009–10. Further. LAB industry. GAIL is also the sole transporter of the entire RLNG and a major off-taker from both these contracts. To achieve these objectives. It is an eco-friendly fuel and provides an effective way of reducing pollution and increasing productivity. GAIL is actively pursuing LNG sourcing from major LNG producers/sellers all across the globe and has been adopting a strategy to have a mixed portfolio of spot. naphtha and by-products of polymer plant namely MFO. popularly known as GAIL Propane. propane. as well as sourcing LNG for the terminal. The Government of India has entrusted GAIL with the responsibility of reviving the LNG terminal at Dabhol in Maharashtra. from time-to-time GAIL had imported LNG on a spot basis to cater to additional gas demand in India. GAIL produces and markets pentane. short/midterm. GAIL play a major role in sourcing of LNG and creation of the pipeline infrastructure to form an efficient national grid that will ensure connectivity to all demand centres. MFO is mainly used as fuel for heating. GAIL has promoted Petronet LNG Ltd (PLL).50 MMTPA of LNG on a medium term basis and has already received 3 LNG cargoes under the contract. PU. propylene & hydrogenated C4 mix.
. GAIL has imported 1 LNG cargo from the international market through PLL. Russia and US.44 MMTPA from Gorgon LNG project. and long-term deals. GAIL imported its first spot cargo from Algeria in May 2006 and within a shorter span has gone onto become a major importer of LNG in Asia. Australia. Liquid hydrocarbons[edit source | editbeta] GAIL is marketing Gas Processing Unit's (GPU's) products namely liquefied petroleum gas. PLL will also be importing 1. furniture polishing etc. the gas consumption in India stood at 165 MMSCMD with LNG occupying 15% (25 MMSCMD) of the entire gas market. GAIL has so far imported 5 spot cargoes in the first half of 2011. Till now GAIL has signed 23 Master sales and Purchase Agreement (MSPA) with various LNG suppliers in its endeavor to source Spot & Medium Term from time to time. It is primarily being used for reprocessing into iso.5 MMTPA of LNG from Qatar for its Dahej Terminal on long term contract basis. along with oil majors Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC). GAIL had also inked a short term deal with Marubeni Corporation to purchase up to 0. GAIL has recently stepped up efforts to source LNG on a long-term basis from various projects across the globe including Qatar. Australia for its Kochi Terminal. To ensure long-term supplies in the past. As a dominant player in the gas markets. GAIL is India's major producer of propane. Naphtha is primarily used by power. paint spraying. GAIL has been playing a principal role on its part in ensuring that Government's objective of achieving energy security is achieved through a judicious mix of energy portfolio. The proportion of imported LNG is expected to increase to anywhere between 20% and 30% by 2015. Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) for the import of LNG into India. normal & commercial pentane used in EPS. GAIL is currently exploring all the possible options for sourcing around 5 MMTPA of LNG for the Dabhol Terminal. PLL is currently importing 7.
GAIL has a share of about 10% of the Indian LPG market in LPG production and 7% in LPG sales. but. In the process of production of main products viz. and one each in Lakwa (Assam). Lakwa & Gandhar plant for production of LPG and GCU at Pata plant for production of polymer. The plant has a design capacity to produce 300. Over the past four years GAIL has emerged as one of the major LPG producers in the country. Petrochemicals[edit source | editbeta] GAIL diversified from gas marketing and transmission into polymer business by setting up North India's first gas based Petrochemicals complex. It has 1.000 TPA). chemical.300 km of which connects the western and northern parts of India and 600 km of networks is in the southern part of the country connecting Eastern Coast. GAIL is the first company in India to own and operate pipelines for LPG transmission. LPG & polymer through GPU/GCU except Usar. LPG transmission through pipelines was 3337 TMT in the year 2010–11.900 km LPG pipeline network 1. This complex recovers ethane-propane (C2/C3) from natural gas from Vijaipur through the HVJ pipeline for producing polymers. Around 90 per cent of the LPG is consumed in India as fuel by the household sector. two at Vijaipur and one at Vaghodia. HPCL and other liquid hydrocarbon products are sold to industries.000 TPA of ethylene (Expandable to 500. Conversion of ethane-propane (otherwise used as fuel) from natural gas will give tremendous value addition. GAIL commissioned the plant successfully in year 1999 by rigorous team work and project management capabilities. In a successful span of about a decades of establishing and marketing its grades under the brand names G-Lex & G-Lene. GAIL has seven LPG Plants. BPCL. with the entry of GAIL in the HDPE & LLDPE market Verticals.fertilizer. The LPG transmission system has a capacity to transport 3. the following by-products. steel units it is used as a fuel. GAIL Pata is the only HDPE/LLDPE plant operating in Northern India and has a dominant market share in North India. In power. while the balance is sold to industrial and commercial customers.000-TPA capacity. Currently petrochemical business is one of the core focus area of GAIL. Auraiya (UP). whereas in petrochemical.liquid hydrocarbons (LHC) are produced: LPG production and transmission[edit source | editbeta] Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) is the most widely used domestic and commercial fuel in India. LPG is sold in bulk to LPG retailing companies such IOCL. steel and petrochemical units. Usar.8 MMTPA of LPG. GAIL has alongside augmented its name plate
. GAIL is presently operating seven gas processing units (GPU) located at Vijaipur (2 Units). fertilizer units it is used as a feedstock. Downstream units include HDPE production unit of 100. Even without having any prior experience in petrochemicals. Auraiya. The primary thrust markets for the polymers had been Western India. producing over 1 million TPA LPG and other liquid hydrocarbons. GAIL has set up a world-scale gas cracker plant. petrochemical complex at Pata in Auraiya district of Uttar Pradesh with an investment of 2500 crore (US$400 million). Vaghodia.000-TPA capacity and an LLDPE/HDPE swing plant of 160. Gandhar (Gujarat) and Usar (Maharashtra). today North India has also witnessed a rapid and significant growth in the polymer downstream processing Verticals.
City gas distribution[edit source | editbeta] GAIL is the pioneer of city gas distribution in India. GAIL is a co-promoter with 17% equity stake in ONGC Petroadditions Limited (OPaL) which is implementing a green field petrochemical complex of 1.000 MTPA by adding another dedicated HDPE downstream polymerisation unit of 100. Production of crude oil is in progress from Cambay Onland block (CB-ONN-2000/1) @ 1250 barrels per day. appraisal and development. GAIL is working on augmentation of the installed capacity further by putting up new plants of HDPE/LLDPE by 500 KTA at Pata.10. Cambay.1 MMTPA ethylene capacity at Dahej in the state of Gujarat. Eni and Daewoo as Operators. GAIL has partnership in these blocks with various companies such as ONGC. GAIL has set up a joint venture. Demand and supply projections indicate a progressively increasing domestic offtake. Assam-Arakan. Pilot projects were launched in early 1990s in two metros Delhi and Mumbai through joint venture companies Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL) and Mahanagar Gas Limited (MGL) leading to the start of commercial operation of city gas projects. Out of these 31 E&P blocks. OIL. petroleum products and natural gas excluding production of crude oil and natural gas. Mumbai. JOGPL. Tripura Fold Belt. to regulate the refining. to construct a Greenfield petrochemical plant in Assam. Krishna Godavari.capacity of HDPE & LLDPE to 410. Block A-1 and A-3 Myanmar. Further. CB-ONN-2000/1. Being the only plant outside western India. Exploration and production[edit source | editbeta] GAIL is currently participating in 31 exploration blocks. GAIL has further set up six more JVCs viz Bhagyanagar Gas Limited. storage. Petrogas. The results of these ventures are quite visible through the improvement in air quality in these cities.000 MTPA. The Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board Act-2006 provides the legal framework for the development of the natural gas pipelines and city or local gas distribution networks. The blocks with hydrocarbon discovery are: MN-OSN-2000/2. Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited BCPL. CB-ONN-2003/2. The blocks are in various stages of exploration. processing. Hydrocarbon discoveries are in place in 7 E&P blocks in blocks where GAIL is participating. AA-ONN-2002/1. it offers easy access to polymer consumers in Northern India and parts of Central India. Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas established the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB) with effect from 01. However.2007. Central U P Gas Limited & Green Gas Limited in Uttar Pradesh. Maharashtra Natural Gas Limited in Pune Maharashtra and Tripura Natural Gas Company Limited in Tripura. transportation. for CGD projects in various cities. Further. GAIL also has equity stake in OPAL petrochemical plant led by ONGC. which is targeted to be operational by FY 2013–14. Cauvery and Cauvery Palar. CY-OS/2. marketing and sale of petroleum. distribution. Andhra Pradesh. GAIL took many initiatives to introduce PNG for households and CNG for the transport sector to address the rising pollution levels. Based on the success of IGL and MGL. GSPC. Development activities are in
. 2 blocks are overseas (A-1 and A-3 blocks in Myanmar). in Basins such as Mahanadi. Hardy Exploration & Production. With the arrival of the PNGRB the implementation of PNG in various cities is being taken up in a phased manner as and when the bids are called for by the Regulator. Avantika Gas Limited in Madhya Pradesh. under the Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board Act 2006. Gujarat Kutch. The current per capita consumption of plastics in India is about 1.8 kg compared with the world average of 17 kg.
GAIL is an active member of multi-organisation team (MOT) set-up up for assessment of shale gas potential in Indian basins. The other representative in MOT are from DGH (Directorate General of Hydrocarbons). Bharti Airtel. the Telecom & Telemetry services arm of GAIL (India) Limited. In other blocks where hydrocarbon discoveries have been made. The project has power generation capacity of 2150 MW along with an integrated 5 MMTPA LNG terminal. DEN Network to name a few. NTPC and IFI's are 28 1/3% each and MSEB 15%. Andhra Pradesh. ONGC and Oil India Limited (OIL). GAIL is one of the pioneers to introduce City Gas Projects in India for gas supplies to households.346 km). Kerala and NCR. Maharashtra. The network is managed centrally on 24X7 basis from a state-of-art Network Management Centre at Noida. Idea Cellular. The project is located at Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra state about 340 km south of Mumbai. Gujarat. The authorised share capital of the company is 20 billion and the shareholdings of GAIL. Tata Tele services. GAILTEL[edit source | editbeta] GAILTEL. PGCIL.681 km) and state/national highway routes (7.progress in 2 blocks in Burma (A-1 and A-3) and production of gas is expected from May 2013.
. The promoters have incorporated and registered the company as a private limited company on 8 July 2005. today serves most of the Telecom operators of the country. Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) for automation of organisation-wide business processes/functions and inter/intra office communications apart from commercially leasing telecom services to telecom operators across India since 2001. Alliances[edit source | editbeta] GAIL has formed Subsidiaries and joint venture companies for city gas distribution and petrochemicals. TCL(VSNL). which include Vodafone. Power[edit source | editbeta] Ratnagiri Gas And Power Pvt. Ltd. Declaration of Commerciality has been approved by the Government in Mahanadi Offshore (MN-OSN-2000/2) block. Primary fuel for the power plant is natural gas. Karnataka. GAIL is also a member of National Gas Hydrate Programme being coordinated by DGH and is actively involved in activities related to Gas Hydrate exploration. Uttar Pradesh. commercial users and for the transport sector by forming subsidiaries/ joint venture companies. is providing communication services for its business critical pipeline Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA). GAILTEL has a reach of around 13. (RGPPL) is a joint venture company between GAIL (India) Ltd. appraisal is in progress. GAILTEL services include long term lease of Dark Fibre and Duct under IRU. Madhya Pradesh. With SDH & DWDM as the core layer. connecting 150 towns/cities spanning across Rajasthan. Indian Financial Institutions (IFIs) and MSEB Holding Company Limited. NTPC Limited. Tower space & collocation facilities and point-to-point leased line Bandwidth services. GAILTEL network is built largely along the highly secured GAIL’s cross country pipeline corridor and ensure highly reliable and error free service to its internal & external customers.000 km of OFC network along GAIL’s reliable cross country pipelines (5. GAILTEL. Tamil Nadu. Tulip Telecom.
AGL has plans to set up 5 and 2 CNG stations in Gwalior and Ujjain respectively and domestic supplies to households.000 vehicles. Dewas. Govt. to manage investments abroad. each having 10% equity share. BCPL is setting up a 280. GAIL is looking for further business opportunities through this subsidiary company. GAIL Gas has already started supply of CNG & PNG (industrial customers) in the city of Dewas from December 2009. Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited. Sonepat & Kota. Financial commitment to the extent of 3000 crore (US$480 million) has been made and project execution is in progress. namely. Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL)[edit source | editbeta] GAIL has 70% equity share in BCPL. Technology licence agreements have been signed for cracker.5% stake in the Company along with HPCL as equal partner. 435 crore (US$69 million) in phase-I. Sonepat & Meerut in the 1st round of bidding by Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board (PNGRB). GAIL Global (Singapore) Pte Ltd. joint ventures[edit source | editbeta] Aavantika Gas Limited (AGL)[edit source | editbeta] AGL is in operation in Indore and Ujjain and is supplying CNG to the transport sector in these cities. BGL is supplying CNG in these 3 cities to almost 6. The total approved investment in all these cities is approx. Kota. awaiting for CCOE final approval. BGL has received authorisation from MoPNG for City Gas Distribution (CGD) in
. MoPNG has authorised AGL for CGD in Indore. of Assam. The gas supplies will commence shortly in these cities. Feedstock Supply Agreements have been signed between BCPL and all the three suppliers. a subsidiary. Steel Pipeline laying work is in progress in the cities of Meerut. Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL). with Oil India Limited (OIL). Bhagyanagar Gas Limited (BGL)[edit source | editbeta] BGL is currently operating 6 CNG stations in Vijaywada and 4 CNG stations in Hyderabad and one CNG station in Rajahmundery.000 TPA polymer plant at an investment of 5460 crore (US$870 million). viz. 6 daughter stations are mechanically ready for CNG dispensing. BGL is also operating two Auto LPG stations in Hyderabad and one Auto LPG station in Tirupati.. GAIL Global (Singapore) Pte Limited[edit source | editbeta] GAIL has a wholly owned subsidiary. GAIL Gas has been selected for implementation of City Gas Distribution (CGD) projects in four cities. AGL is supplying CNG to almost 9. namely. Oil India Limited and Numaligarh Refinery Limited. polyethylene and polypropylene units. Gwalior and Ujjain. GAIL has 22.Subsidiaries[edit source | editbeta] GAIL Gas Limited[edit source | editbeta] GAIL Gas is a wholly owned subsidiary of GAIL..000 vehicles in both the cities.
Thane. MNGL has received authorisation from MoPNG for CGD in Pune including Pimpri. CUGL is supplying CNG to almost 32.75% stake in the Company along with British Gas as equal partner.
.000 domestic customers. Faridabad and Ghaziabad. NOIDA (Gautam Budh Nagar). 20 small industrial consumers and CNG to over 300. GAIL has 22. Central U.000 domestic. 340 commercial.000 vehicles through around 200 CNG stations in NCR.000 vehicles spread over Mumbai. commercial and industrial establishments.5% stake in the company along with BPCL as equal partner.000 vehicles. MGL has set up 140 CNG stations catering to over 200. GAIL has 25% stake in the Company along with BPCL as equal partner. Mira-Bhayandar and Navi-Mumbai areas besides supplying PNG to over 450. It has received authorisation from MoPNG for CGD in Mumbai. GAIL has 49. MoPNG has authorised GGL for CGD in Lucknow & Agra. CUGL has received authorisation from MoPNG for CGD in Kanpur. Indraprastha Gas Limited (IGL)[edit source | editbeta] IGL is the largest CGD entity in terms of CNG sales and the number of vehicles supplied by CNG in India. Mahanagar Gas Limited (MGL)[edit source | editbeta] MGL is a joint venture of GAIL and British Gas.000 vehicles in the two cities. GAIL has 22. Greater NOIDA. CUGL has connected 50 commercial and 32 industrial units in both the cities.P.Hyderabad & Vijaywada. IGL has received authorisation from MoPNG for CGD in Delhi & its suburbs viz. Unnao & Bareilly. Gurgaon. CUGL commenced its domestic supply of PNG with connexions to 3000 households in Kanpur & Bareilly. GAIL has 22. Maharashtra Natural Gas Limited (MNGL)[edit source | editbeta] MNGL is a joint venture of GAIL and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) for implementation of City Gas Projects in and around Pune city. District Thane including Navi Mumbai & Mira Bhayander.5% stake in the Company along with BPCL as equal partner.5% stake in the company along with IOCL as equal partner. Talegaon. GGL has tied up for commencement of domestic supply of PNG with connexions to households. IGL is supplying piped gas to around 200. Chinchwad. GAIL has 22.000 small industrial & commercial consumers. Green Gas Limited (GGL)[edit source | editbeta] GGL is currently operating 6 CNG stations in Lucknow and 3 CNG stations in Agra. It has started 10 stations supplying CNG to nearly 5. Hinjewadi & Chakan areas. more than 1. Gas Limited (CUGL)[edit source | editbeta] CUGL is currently operating 11 CNG stations in Kanpur and 2 CNG stations in Bareily.5% stake in the Company along with HPCL as equal partner. GGL is supplying CNG in the two cities.
with an initial capacity of 2. PLL has successfully implemented a pilot project for supplying LNG through cryogenic road tankers.150 MW. Ltd. The capacity of the Ratnagiri Gas & Power Station is 2. GAIL has formed a wholly owned subsidiary company. RGPPL is in the process of commissioning an LNG import terminal of 5 MMTPA capacity. along with BPCL. The joint venture company is in the process of identifying projects in gas and other related areas in China.400 vehicles.5 MMTPA of LNG. Global presence[edit source | editbeta] As a strategy of going global and further expanding global footprint. for setting up Petrochemical Project at Dahej in Gujarat.additions Limited (OPaL). for import of 7. GAIL has 32. PLL Dahej terminal in Gujarat has been expanded to 10 MMTPA capacity. in Texas. NTPC. ONGC and IOCL as equal partners. and Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation Ltd.5% equity stake in PLL.. which is the largest gas based power generation facility in the country and is currently producing 1.850 MW of power.500 domestic. GAIL has 50% equity interest in the company along with China Gas as equal partner. PLL has a long term LNG supply contract with RasGas. PLL is also coming up with a LNG terminal at Kochi. which is a joint venture of GAIL with Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. OPaL is setting up a green field petrochemical complex of 1. Financial Institutions and MSEB. GAIL Global (USA) Inc.ONGC Petro-additions Limited (OPaL)[edit source | editbeta] GAIL is in the process of acquiring equity stake in ONGC Petro. GAIL Global (Singapore) Pte Ltd. (RGPPL)[edit source | editbeta] RGPPL is a joint venture company between GAIL. TNGCL has received authorisation from MoPNG for CGD in Agartala. which is catering to more than 1. 170 commercial and industrial consumers and has set up one CNG station in Agartala. GAIL has 12. Kerala. Qatar.1 MMTPA ethylene capacity (dual feed cracker) in Dahej. Ratnagiri Gas and Power Pvt.5 MMTPA. in Singapore for pursuing overseas business opportunities including LNG & petrochemical trading. expandable up to 5 MMTPA and it is scheduled to be operational by end of 2011. The US
. mainly in China. GAIL has 29% stake in the Company. Petronet LNG Limited (PLL)[edit source | editbeta] PLL has been formed for setting up of LNG import and regasification facilities.88% stake in the Company along with NTPC as equal partner. GAIL China Gas Global Energy Holdings Limited[edit source | editbeta] The joint venture company has been formed with an objective to pursue gas sector opportunities. Tripura Natural Gas Company Limited (TNGCL)[edit source | editbeta] TNGCL is presently supplying gas to around 7. Gujarat. USA. GAIL has also established a wholly owned subsidiary.
the company has taken up programmes of a value of approximately 57.5 million) are endorsed and the implementation of these projects is in progression.68 crore (US$2. In addition to having two wholly owned subsidiaries in Singapore & USA. Further. Corporate social responsibility[edit source | editbeta] In terms of the guidelines issued by the Department of Public Enterprises. GAIL has allocated an annual budget of 2% of the previous year's profit after tax for CSR activities. Besides. Skill Development/Empowerment. Egypt to pursue business opportunities in Africa and Middle East. the scope of the CSR activities.e. GAIL is also an equity partner in two retail gas companies in Egypt. Drinking Water/Sanitation. So in view of this
. GAIL is an equity partner in a retail gas company involved in city gas and CNG business in China – China Gas Holdings Limited (China Gas).subsidiary has acquired 20% working interest in an unincorporated joint venture with Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc in the Eagle Ford shale acreage in the state of Texas. During the year 2010–11. programmes worth 15. Healthcare/Medical. This collaborative combined effort of the Oil PSUs would be able to generate a huge wave in the ocean in UP region. CHILDREN & STUDENTS. GAIL has a representative office in Cairo. Environment Protection.5 crore (US$9. For the year 2010–11 under the thrust area Community Development. which include Community Development. GAIL is a part of consortium in two offshore E&P blocks in Myanmar and also holds participating interest in the joint venture company – South East Asia Gas Pipeline Company Limited incorporated for transportation of gas to be produced from two blocks in Burma (Myanmar) to China. which is effectively used for carefully chosen programmes. But over the years. Socially useful programmes have been undertaken in GAIL since its inception in and around the areas adjoining its major work centres under the SCP/TSP Plan. GAIL and China Gas have formed an equally owned joint venture company – GAIL China Gas Global Energy Holdings Limited for pursuing gas sector opportunities primarily in China. GAIL believes that for providing better tomorrow for the community where it has its working the focus should be on the future of the community i. GAIL (India) Ltd. CSR & sustainability development is accorded high priority in the organisational ethos and attempted to be interwoven in all the business activities and the projects that are being undertaken by the company. Infrastructure.1 million) for implementation under the seven thrust areas. namely Fayum Gas Company (FGC) and National Gas Company (Natgas). For the sustainable development of the whole community GAIL is also supporting integrated livelihood programmes in villages especially for small and Marginal farmers. Today. This would be considered as a drop in the vast ocean but GAIL along with other Oil PSU's is contributing towards provision of LPG connexions to BPL families under Rajiv Gandhi Gramin LPG Vitrak Yojana. extended its support for reconstruction & renovation of numerous public utilities/building which improved living standards not only for a person or family but for whole of the villages where this project was implemented. Educational Aids. the nature of programmes undertaken and the systems adopted for implementation of these programmes have been streamlined and strengthened and the work under SCP/TSP came under the wider scope of CSR.
adoption of destitute tribal children of the orphanage in the tribal area. GAIL in the miniscule of its efforts have tried to touch every aspect of life by providing Night shelters and blankets to villagers. Oil and Natural Gas Corporation From Wikipedia. generating Aids awareness & Behaviour Change Communication programme for truckers of national highways and providing school bus for physically challenged students. search
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Public Sector Undertaking NSE: ONGC. more than 314. In just two years. the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation.belief GAIL is providing vehicles for distribution of Mid-Day Meal for underprivilleged children of Government schools so as to encourage the young girls and boys to educate themselves for their better & secured life. BSE: 500312 BSE SENSEX Constituent 14 August 1956 Tel Bhavan. Dehradun. India Sudhir Vasudeva (Chairman & MD)
.000 families have benefitted from the programmes under Community Development.
has been more than one. and owns and operates over 11. ONGC has maintained production from its brownfields like Mumbai High.22 billion (2012) US$ 43. Significantly Reserve Replenishment Ratio for the last 7 years. It is one of the largest Asia-based oil and gas exploration and production companies.3 2000 to present 2 ONGC Videsh
.ONGC has discovered 6 of the 7 commercially-producing Indian Basins.862 (2012)
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC) (NSE: ONGC. It is also among the Top 250 Global Energy Company by Platts.2 1961 to 2000 o 1.55 billion (2012) US$ 04. BSE: 500312) is an Indian multinational oil and gas company headquartered in Dehradun. Its international subsidiary ONGC Videsh currently has projects in 15 countries. with the help of aggressive investments in various IOR (Improved Oil Recovery) and EOR (Enhanced Oil Recovery) schemes.74 billion (2012) 32.01 billion (2012) US$ 25. India.23% equity stake. . and produces around 72% of India's crude oil (equivalent to around 30% of the country's total demand) and around 48% of its natural gas.65 billion (2012) US$ 06.000 kilometers of pipelines in the country.1 Foundation to 1961 o 1.1 billion tonnes of In-place Oil & Gas volume of hydrocarbons in Indian basins. It is one of the largest publicly traded companies by market capitalization in India.5 per cent (in 2011). Contents [hide]
1 History o 1.Against a global decline of production from matured fields. It is involved in exploring for and exploiting hydrocarbons in 26 sedimentary basins of India. which currently holds a 69. in the last 50 years. ONGC was founded on 14 August 1956 by the Indian state.Revenue Operating income Profit Total assets Total equity Employees
US$ 027. ONGC has been ranked 357th in the Fortune Global 500 list of the world's biggest corporations for the year 2012. Recovery Factor has improved from 28 per cent [in 2000] to 33. adding over 7.
which placed mineral oil industry among the schedule 'A' industries. the Soviet Union. visited several European countries to study the status of oil industry in those countries and to facilitate the training of Indian professionals for exploring potential oil and gas reserves. the Assam Oil Company in the northeastern and Attock Oil company in northwestern part of the undivided India were the only oil companies producing oil in the country. the national Government realized the importance of oil and gas for rapid industrial development and its strategic role in defense. Consequently.
3 ONGC Tripura Power Company 4 References 5 Further reading 6 External links
History[edit source | editbeta] Foundation to 1961[edit source | editbeta] During the pre-independence period. Experts from Romania. the Assam Oil Company was producing oil at Digboi (discovered in 1889) and Oil India Ltd. In West Bengal. In April 1956. After independence. the future development of which was to be the sole and exclusive responsibility of the state. private oil companies mainly carried out exploration of hydrocarbon resources of India. The department was constituted with a nucleus of geoscientists from the Geological survey of India. the United States and West Germany subsequently visited India and helped the government with their expertise. Government of India decided to develop the oil and natural gas resources in the various regions of the country as part of the Public Sector development. as a subordinate office under the then Ministry of Natural Resources and Scientific Research. an Oil and Natural Gas Directorate was set up towards the end of 1955. Soviet experts later drew up a detailed plan for geological and geophysical surveys and drilling operations to be carried out in the 2nd Five Year Plan (1956-57 to 1960-61). The major part of Indian sedimentary basins was deemed to be unfit for development of oil and gas resources. A delegation under the leadership of Mr. with minimal exploration input. In Assam. while framing the Industrial Policy Statement of 1948. Until 1955. (a 50% joint venture between Government of India and Burmah Oil Company) was engaged in developing two newly discovered large fields Naharkatiya and Moraan in Assam. K D Malviya. In 1955. the development of petroleum industry in the country was considered to be of utmost necessity.
. The vast sedimentary tract in other parts of India and adjoining offshore remained largely unexplored. the-then Minister of Natural Resources. the Indo-Stanvac Petroleum project (a joint venture between Government of India and Standard Vacuum Oil Company of USA) was engaged in exploration work. the Government of India adopted the Industrial Policy Resolution. With this objective.
were "to plan. So in August. which were present in the country. The main functions of the Oil and Natural Gas Commission subject to the provisions of the Act. and to perform such other functions as the Central Government may. with 20% of its equity were sold to the public and eighty percent retained by the Indian government. to function efficiently. At the time. while adding new petroliferous areas in the Assam-Arakan Fold Belt and East coast basins (both inland and offshore). 1956. although it continued to be under the government.34 billion. The most important contribution of ONGC. which enhanced powers of the commission further. over 5 billion tonnes of hydrocarbons.000 people and had reserves and surpluses worth 104.Soon. the Commission was converted into a statutory body by an act of the Indian Parliament. The argument in support
. promote. ONGC has been instrumental in transforming the country's limited upstream sector into a large viable playing field. In the inland areas. 1961 to 2000[edit source | editbeta]
An ONGC platform at Bombay High in the Arabian Sea Since its inception. held a meeting with some geologists in the Mussoorie office of the Geology Directorate where he accepted the need for ONGC to go outside India too in order to enhance Indian owned capacity for oil production. the Directorate was raised to the status of a commission with enhanced powers. organize and implement programmes for development of Petroleum Resources and the production and sale of petroleum and petroleum products produced by it. The act further outlined the activities and steps to be taken by ONGC in fulfilling its mandate. ONGC employed 48.77 billion was the largest of any Indian company. now known as Mumbai High. This discovery. ONGC became a publicly held company in February 1994. In October 1959. along with subsequent discoveries of huge oil and gas fields in Western offshore changed the oil scenario of the country. after the formation of the Oil and Natural Gas Directorate. ONGC not only found new resources in Assam but also established new oil province in Cambay basin (Gujarat). in addition to its intangible assets. In 1958 the then Chairman. it became apparent that it would not be possible for the Directorate with its limited financial and administrative powers as subordinate office of the Government. were discovered. assign to it ". from time to time. Subsequently. with its activities spread throughout India and significantly in overseas territories. Keshav Dev Malaviya. however. is its self-reliance and development of core competence in E&P activities at a globally competitive level. The corporation's net worth of 107. ONGC went offshore in early 70's and discovered a giant oil field in the form of Bombay High.
ONGC announced that it had made a large oil discovery in the D1 oilfield off the West coast of India. in ONGC's largest acquisition to date. ONGC in the year 2013 August has posted a net profit of Rs 4. Iran gave ONGC four blocks and Malaviya visited Milan and Bartlseville to request ENI and Phillips Petroleum to join as partners in the Iran venture. In November 2012. This was the very first investment by the Indian public sector in foreign countries and oil from Rostum and Raksh was brought to Cochin where it was refined in a refinery built with technical assistane from Phillips. up from 0. It was rechristened on 15 June 1989. along with Statoil ASA (Norway) and Repsol SA (Spain). ONGC Videsh agreed to acquire ConocoPhillips' 8. ONGC Videsh. ONGC is currently executing various projects across India.for this step. The acquisition is subject to the approval of the governments of Kazakhstan and India and also to other partners in the Caspian Sea field waiving their pre-emption rights. making it only the second Indian company (State Bank of India being the first) to have such a coin issued in its honour. which will help it to raise the output of the field from around 12. ONGC Tripura Power Company[edit source | editbeta]
. was that Indian demand for crude would go up at a faster rate than discoveries by ONGC in India.015 crore for the first quarter of FY14. 2000 to present[edit source | editbeta] In 2003.000 bpd. This resulted in the discovery of the Rostum oilfield in the early 'sixties. Its oil and gas production reached 8. has been engaged in deepwater drilling off the northern coast of Cuba in 2012.252 MMT of O+OEG in 2002/03. ONGC applied to purchase of 2000 acres of land at Dahanu to process offshore gas.by LP Mathur and BS Negi. In 2011. ONGC Videsh[edit source | editbeta] ONGC Videsh Limited (OVL) is the international arm of ONGC. very soon after the discovery of Ankleswar in Gujarat. ONGC is currently the most profitable Public Sector Firm of India. It currently has 14 projects across 16 countries.500 barrels per day (bpd) to a peak output of 60.4% stake in the Kashagan oilfield in Kazakhstan for around US$5 billion. In 2006 a commemorative coin set was issued to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of ONGC. It has topped the coveted list of top ten most profit-making PSUs of India for the year of 2011-12.87 MMT of O+oEG in 2010. ONGC Videsh acquired Talisman Energy's 25% stake in the Greater Nile Oil project. On 11 August 2012. Malaviya followed this up by making ONGC apply for exploration licences in the Persian Gulf.
ONGC Tripura Power Company Ltd (OTPC) is a joint venture which was formed in September 2008 between ONGC. India (1954) Bengaluru. It is developing a 726. Anil Kumar (Chairman)
. search This article appears to be written like an advertisement. Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Limited and the Government of Tripura. Bharat Electronics From Wikipedia. Please help improve it by rewriting promotional content from a neutral point of view and removing any inappropriate external links. the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Bharat Electronics Limited) Jump to: navigation.6 MW CCGT thermal power generation project at Palatana in Tripura which will supply electricity to the power deficit areas of the north eastern states of the country. India
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Bharat Electronic Limited
State-owned enterprise Public BSE: 500049 NSE: BEL Bengaluru.
3 crore (US$120 million) (2011)) 11. and few regional offices in India. Government Of India.bel-india.961 (March 2009) www.7 crore (US$860 million) (2011)) 737.com
Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) is a state-owned electronics company with about nine factories. It is owned by the Indian Government & primarily manufactures advanced electronic products for the Indian Armed Forces. It has even earned the government's Navratna status. BEL's order book is estimated to be around 25748 crore (US$4.1 billion). 2012. As of April 1.Revenue
5404. BEL is one of the eight PSUs under Ministry of Defence. Contents [hide]
1 Products 2 Locations 3 Subsidiary 4 Joint Ventures 5 Development Timeline 6 Corporate Social Responsibilities 7 Recent Development 8 Financial Indicators 9 Customer Coordination Cell 10 References 11 External links
Products[edit source | editbeta]
Scale Model of BEL Weapon Locating Radar
BEL Battle Field Surveillance Radar(BFSR-SR) BEL designs. develops and manufactures products in the fields of:
Electronic Voting Machines Radars o BEL Weapon Locating Radar o BEL Battle Field Surveillance Radar o Indian Doppler Radar o Samyukta Electronic Warfare System o Central Acquisition Radar (3D-CAR) o Reporter Radar Telecommunications Sound and Vision Broadcasting
Opto-electronics Information Technology Semiconductors Missiles o Akash (missile) Sonars Composite Communication System (CCS) Fire-control system Radar Electronic Warfare Systems o Samyukta Electronic Warfare System Simulators Tank electronics o Combined day sight for Arjun MBT Defence Communications o Data Link II communications system for the Indian Navy’s P-8I o Combat Management system for Indian Navy Solar systems Naval systems ADC&RS IACCS A low-cost tablet pc being used in Socio-Economic Caste Census 2011 Biometrics Capturing for Nation Population Register. with help of ToT (Transfer of Technology) Locations[edit source | editbeta] Units of Bharat Electronics Limited are in the following cities of India:
Bangalore (Corporate Head Office) Chennai. Tamilnadu Panchkula (Haryana) Kotdwara Ghaziabad Pune Hyderabad Navi Mumbai Machilipatnam
. Encrypters for Ministry of Home Affairs IFF(Identify Friend or Foe) secondary Radar
some products are manufactured by Bharat Electronics Ltd.
Multitone Ltd BEL and Multitone. manufactures X-ray tubes for RAD & F and CT systems. Bangalore. Joint Ventures[edit source | editbeta] GE-BE Pvt Limited GE-BE Pvt Limited was set up in 1997 as a joint venture between Bharat Electronics Limited and General Electric Medical System. The facility based at Whitefield. Multitone invented paging in 1956 when it developed the world's first system to serve the "life or death" environment of St. AERB and the facility has been accredited with ISO-9001. It was founded in 1990 with the aim of conducting research. Thomas Hospital. CE. The company has been recognized for its outstanding export performance since 1998 by the Export Promotion Councils. The turnover of GE-BEL during 20042005 was over Rs. Brief details of the products are:
Access 700 one-way speech paging system which supports 100 pagers. 430 Crores (US$92 Million). as well as components such as high voltage tanks and detector modules for CT systems. development and manufacture of Image Intensifier Tubes and associated high voltage Power Supply Units for use in military. GE-BEL also markets the conventional X-ray tubes made at the Pune unit of BEL. India and earned aggregated revenue of 516. offer Mobile Communication products for the workplace. 450 Crores (US$97 Million) including an export of over Rs. UK. Access 1000/3000 Radio Paging system which supports 1500/5000 users. MHW.2 million) during fiscal 2007.44 million (US$8. London. BEL .
Mumbai Cochin . The products are exported worldwide and meet the safety and regulatory standards specified by FDA.Product Support Centre Vishakhapatnam Kolkata
Agra New York City Singapore
51515151515151 Subsidiary[edit source | editbeta] BEL Optronic Devices Ltd BEL Optronic Devices Ltd. The company is headquartered in Pune. ISO-13485 and ISO-14001 certifications. security and commercial systems. is a subsidiary company of BEL and is a Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) of the Government of India.
. In 1967 BEL Manufacturing Transmitting Tubes.Its seventh unit was set up at Kotdwara to manufacture Switching Equipment. The third unit was established at Pune in 1979 to manufacture Image Converter and Image Intensifier Tubes. Avadi. The PCB manufacturing facility was established in 1968. The same year saw BEL achieve a turnover of Rs. BEL set up new units at different location across the country. In 1985. the eighth unit to manufacture TV Glass Shell at Taloja (Navi Mumbai) and the ninth Unit at Hyderabad to manufacture Electronic Warfare Equipment. The Space Electronic Division was set up at Bangalore to support the satellite programmes in 1982.100 crores (US$21 Million). the Andhra Scientific Company (ASCO) was taken over by BEL converted it to its fourth manufacturing unit at Machilipatnam. a manufacturing facility for Magnesium Manganese Dioxide batteries was set up at Pune. In 1987. In 1981. The second unit of BEL was set up at Ghaziabad in 1974 to manufacture Radars and Tropo communication equipment for the Indian Air Force. In 1971 BEL set up facilities for manufacture of Integrated Circuits and Hybrid Micro Circuits.
Under the government's policy of decentralization and due to strategic reasons. In 1986 BEL set up three units . first overseas office of BEL was set up at New York for procurement of components and materials. the fifth unit was set up in Chennai for supply of Tank Electronics. X-ray Tube and Microwave Tubes. In 1970 BEL started making Black & White TV Picture Tube.
In 1980. a separate Naval Equipment Division was set up at Bangalore to give greater focus to Naval projects. Starting with the manufacture of a few communication equipment in 1956.
Computer Radio Integration units. In the year 1973 BEL began manufacturing Frigate Radars for the Navy. The first Central Research Laboratory was established at Bangalore in 1988 to focus on futuristic Research & Development. BEL started producing Receiving Valves in 1961. BEL set up a Radar manufacturing facility for the Army and in-house R&D. Germanium Semiconductors in 1962 and Radio Transmitters for AIR in 1964. with proximity to HVF. Silicon Devices and Integrated Circuits. Digital Cordless Communication System
Development Timeline[edit source | editbeta] BEL has state of the art manufacturing facilities for various products. 1972 BEL established manufacturing facilities for TV Transmitters for Doordarshan. The sixth unit was set up at Panchkula the same year to manufacture Military Communication equipment.
In the year 2000 BEL reorganized its Bangalore unit into six Strategic Business Units (SBUs).
. USA.000 Electronic Voting Machines. BEL shares were listed in the National Stock Exchange. In 1998. the US imposed supply restrictions on BEL. In 2003 the Company's turnover crossed the Rs. On 2011 Indian government owned Bharat Electronic Limited (BEL) showcased its entire range of C4ISR capabilities including Network Centric Warfare technologies developed in-house at Aero India 2011. The second Central Research Laboratory was established at Ghaziabad in 1992. ships and shore establishments. Recently this became a subsidiary of BEL with the exit of the foreign partner and has been renamed BEL Optronic Devices Limited.560 crore (US$767 Million) in 2005-06.500 crores mark (US$540 Million). The Company was able to overcome the effects of the sanctions and kept up the promised deliveries to customers.
The agreement for setting up BEL's first Joint Venture Company. one month ahead of schedule. 2010 Boeing announced that it received the Data Link II communications technology for the Indian Navy’s P-8I from Bharat Electronics Limited (BEL) in April.
In 1996 BEL achieved Rs 1. The first disinvestment (20%) and listing of the Company's shares in Bangalore and Mumbai Stock Exchanges took place in same year-1992. In 1997. GE BEL. Boeing will install the system during P-8I final assembly. The same year. BEL Multitone. with M/s Delft of Holland was signed in 1990. On May 12. the second Joint Venture Company with M/s GE. The R&D groups in Bangalore were also restructured into Specific Core Groups and Product Development Groups.3. BEL achieved a turnover of Rs.3. BEL was conferred the Navratna status based on its consistent performance. BEL set up its second overseas office at Singapore to source components from South East Asia. UK. was formed as also the third JVC with M/s Multitone. BE DELFT. In 2005 BEL achieved a turnover of Rs. In 2002. The same year. BEL delivered the Indian-designed communications system that will enable exchange of tactical data and messages between Indian Navy aircraft. BEL became the first defence PSU to get operational Mini Ratna Category I status.
In 1989 BEL started manufacturing Telecom Switching and Transmission Systems as also the set up the Mass Manufacturing Facility in Bangalore and the manufacture of the first batch of 75.000 crore (US$215 Million) turnover.2. In the same year US and Europe imposed sanctions on BEL.220 crore (US$695 Million). In June 2007.
The reason for
. In addition. Digital Flight Control Computer and Identification Friend or Foe. It has set up Hospital. When it completed 50 years of existence it allocated a good amount of funds for celebration. 2011 the revenue of company has increased but EBITDA margins have reduced significantly from 24. including Night Vision Devices. Situation Simulator and Tactical Algorithm for Air Defence applications. Next Generation Bulk Encryptor and High Data Tactical Radio were also on show. avionics and electronic warfare. Financial Indicators[edit source | editbeta] As per the report published by Crisil research on April 21. BEL has set up an Electronics Gallery at Visveswariah Industrial and Technological Museum in Bangalore and chennai. The BEL has its own educational institutions among them one is special school for the mentally challenged students. BEL's EBITDA margin is lower the Astra and Gemini though they are small in size. BEL assigns some resources for social causes. BEL has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Idus Teqsite.6% in March 2009 to 16. Also on display were the complete range of Opto Electronic equipment. Recent Development[edit source | editbeta] Bharat Electronics is forming some joint ventures to achieve technical excellence. Approximately Rs 4 Crore were spent of society related initiatives. Bharat Electronics Limited has set up a Joint Venture with General Electric (GE) USA. BEL signed another MOU with a French company Thales International to set up a joint venture for civilian and defence Radars. BEL encourages culture of community initiative at its manufacturing unit level and ensures all the employees take part in these initiatives. Digital Hand Held Compass and Advanced Land Navigation System. phased array radar which has undergone successful user trials by the Indian defence forces. The company is in the process of joining with BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited) to set up a joint venture to make solar photovoltaic components. Airborne products displayed included Radar Finger Printing System. Air Space Management Multi Sensor Tracking.These include Command & Control System. Battlefield Management System and an all-weather 24x7 coastal surveillance system. Chennnai for the design and development of digital subsystems for its equipment. Corporate Social Responsibilities[edit source | editbeta] BEL is involved in various community development initiatives wherever it is present across India. Another major system is Weapon Locating Radar. test systems for its radars. the Indian-made guided missile air defence weapon system.8% in March 2010. Creche and other welfare measures for its employees and their dependants. new products and technologies including Software Defined Radios. BEL is the lead integrator of Akash. Data Link. In revenue it is quite bigger than its peer competitors like Astra Microware Products Limited. for manufacturing high voltage tanks and detector modules for Computed Tomography (CT) scan systems and advanced level of X-ray tubes. the state-of-the-art passive. Gemini Communications Limited and Sterlite Technologies Limited.
Paramilitary. fax or the Internet. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Last three years PAT remains stable because of lower interest rate and forex gain of close to Rs 700 million compared to forex loss in FY 09 of Rs 445.com for online registration of Customer complaints. All India Radio. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited) Jump to: navigation. Navy. Department of Telecommunications and consumers of professional electronic components are allowed to register their complaints with the Customer Co-ordination Cell through phone. Police. Doordarshan.belindia. Bharat Petroleum From Wikipedia.2 million. (August 2011)
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. Customer Coordination Cell[edit source | editbeta] Recently BEL has set up the Customer Coordination Cell with Toll Free Number : 1800 425 0433 The customers of BEL consisting of Army. search This article needs additional citations for verification. Link has been provided at http://www. Air Force.increased top line growth is the increased expenditure on defence by Government of India. Coast Guard.
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Hindustan Aeronautics Limited
. which had been formed in 1871 to refine crude oil produced from primitive hand dug wells in Upper Burma. Rajinder Sachar and Prashant Bhushan said that the only way to disinvest in the companies would be to repeal or amend the Acts by which they were nationalized in the 1970s. Operations[edit source | editbeta] Bharat Petroleum owns Mumbai Refinery and Kochi Refineries with a capacity of 12 and 9. As counsel for the CPIL. As a result. On 24 January 1976. Though incorporated in Scotland in 1886. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited From Wikipedia.Contents [hide]
1 History 2 Operations 3 References 4 External links
History[edit source | editbeta] In 1989 during vast industrial development. On 1 August 1977. the government would need a majority in both houses to push through any privatization. the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation. Burmah Shell began its operations with import and marketing of Kerosene. In 1928. it was renamed Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited. In 2003. the Supreme Court restrained the Central government from privatizing Hindustan Petroleum and Bharat Petroleum without the approval of Parliament. the Burmah Shell was taken over by the Government of India to form Bharat Refineries Limited. This alliance led to the formation of Burmah-Shell Oil Storage and Distributing Company of India Limited.5 million metric tonnes per year. following a petition by the Centre for Public Interest Litigation. Asiatic Petroleum Company (India) started cooperation with Burma oil company. It was also the first refinery to process newly found indigenous crude Bombay High. the company grew out of the enterprises of the Chef Rohit Oil Company.
S.1 billion) (2010-11) 2718 crore (US$430 million)
. Director (Design & Development). Director (Finance) Aerospace equipment Military aircraft Communication.Subrahmanyan MD (MiG complex).Director (HR). Airborne Radar & Navigation equipment Space systems 13061 crore (US$2. Karnataka. India RK Tyagi (Chairman). K Naresh Babu MD (Bangalore complex). Key people T Suvarna Raju. company took on current name)
Headquarters Bangalore.Type Industry
State-owned enterprise Aerospace and defense 1940 (in 1964. AK Mishra. VM Chamola. Dr.
Elbit Systems.990 (2010) hal-india.7 Transport and passenger aircraft o 3. is one of Asia's largest aerospace companies. Hindustan Aeronautics has a long history of collaboration with several other international and domestic aerospace agencies such as Airbus. Under the management of the Indian Ministry of Defence.4 Engines o 3. RSK MiG.10 Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
. HAL built the first military aircraft in South Asia and is currently involved in the design. EADS. as well as their components and spares.(2009-10) Employees Website 33. Korwa. this state-owned company is mainly involved in aerospace industry.com
Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (Hindi: हिन्दस् ु तान एिनॅहटक्स लललिटे ि) (HAL) (Hindi: हि ए
लल. Contents [hide]
1 History 2 Operations o 2. The German engineer Kurt Tank designed the HF-24 Marut fighter-bomber. Kanpur. MBDA. which includes manufacturing and assembling aircraft.6 Observation and reconnaissance aircraft o 3. Sukhoi Aviation Corporation. Rolls-Royce plc. BAE Systems.5 Trainer aircraft o 3. It has several facilities spread across several states in India including Nasik. Lucknow. Boeing. navigation and related communication equipment. and helicopters.3 Helicopters o 3. Dornier Flugzeugwerke. the Indian Aeronautical Development Agency and the Indian Space Research Organisation. Lockheed Martin. fabrication and assembly of aircraft.9 Gliders o 3.1 Agricultural aircraft o 3.2 Domestic agreements 3 In-house developed products o 3. jet engines.1 International agreements o 2.8 Utility aircraft o 3. Dassault Aviation. Israel Aircraft Industries. India. the first fighter aircraft made in India. Bangalore and Hyderabad.2 Fighter aircraft o 3.) based in Bangalore. Koraput. as well as operating airports.
Air Marshal John Higgins was resident director. When returned to Indian control two-years later the factory had
. Mysore was favoured because of the availability of cheap electricity. The Kingdom of Mysore supplied two directors. especially by the Diwan. The Indian Government bought a one-third stake in the company and by April 1941 as it believed this to be a strategic imperative. Pawley of the Intercontinental Aircraft Corporation of New York. In 1943 the Bangalore factory was handed over to the United States Army Air Forces but still using Hindustan Aircraft management. The organisation and equipment for the factory at Bangalore was set up by William D. Pawley managed to obtain a large number of machine-tools and equipment from the United States. The factory expanded rapidly and became the centre for major overhaul and repair of American aircraft and was known as the 84th Air Depot. an exporter of American aircraft to the region. The first aircraft to be overhauled was a Consolidated PBY Catalina followed by every type of aircraft operated in India and Burma. The decision by the government was primarily motivated to boost British military hardware supplies in Asia to counter the increasing threat posed by Imperial Japan during Second World War. The initiative was actively encouraged by the Kingdom of Mysore. The first aircraft built was a Harlow PC-5 On 2 April 1942.
4 Licenced production 5 Gallery 6 See also 7 References 8 External links
History[edit source | editbeta]
Production line of the HAL Dhruv at Bangalore HAL was established as Hindustan Aircraft in Bangalore in 1940 by Seth Walchand Hirachand to produce military aircraft for the Royal Indian Air Force. The Mysore Kingdom refused to sell its stake in the company but yielded the management control over to the Indian Government. the government announced that the company had been nationalised when it had bought out the stakes of Seth Walchand Hirachand and other promoters so that it could act freely. Sir Mirza Ismail and it also had financial help from the Indian Government.
Nasik and Hyderabad). known as MiG-21 Bison. the company has played a crucial role in modernization of the Indian Air Force. spare parts. In the post war reorganization the company built railway carriages as an interim activity. After India gained independence in 1947. A partial list of major operations undertaken by HAL includes the following:
. HAL has also obtained several multi-million dollar contracts from leading international aerospace firms such as Airbus. HAL also developed an advanced version of the MiG-21. which increased its life-span by more than 20 years. the management of the company was passed over to the Government of India. HAL's operations saw a rapid increase which resulted in the development of new indigenous aircraft such as HAL Tejas and HAL Dhruv. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) was formed on 1 October 1964 when Hindustan Aircraft Limited joined the consortium formed in June by the IAF Aircraft Manufacturing Depot. Boeing and Honeywell to manufacture aircraft spare parts and engines.
IJT prototype in its hangar.748 under licence) and the group recently set up to manufacture Mig-21 under licence (with its new factories planned in Koraput. More than 40% of HAL's revenues come from international deals to manufacture aircraft engines. By 2012. During the 1980s. HAL has annual turnover of over US$2 billion. Operations[edit source | editbeta] One of the largest aerospace companies in Asia. HAL was reportedly been bogged down in the details of production and has been slipping on its schedules. and other aircraft materials. Though HAL was not used actively for developing newer models of fighter jets. Kanpur (at the time manufacturing HS.become one of the largest overhaul and repair organisations in the East. In 1957 company started manufacturing Bristol Siddeley Orpheus jet engines under license at new factory located in Bangalore.
 US$100 million contract to export composite materials to Israel Aircraft Industries. US$1 billion contract to manufacture aircraft parts for Boeing. US$120 million deal to manufacture Dornier 228 for RUAG of Switzerland.000 each (estimates put total value of deal at US$200 million).000 TPE331 aircraft engines for Honeywell worth US$200. Contract to manufacture 1.International agreements[edit source | editbeta]
HAL Dhruv helicopters of the Ecuadorian Air Force in 2009 Aero India
An IAF BAe Hawk being license-produced at the HAL Hawk production facility in Bangalore
The US$35 billion fifth-generation fighter jet program with the Sukhoi Corporation of Russia. US$65 million joint-research facility with Honeywell and planned production of Garrett TPE331 engines. Manufacture of aircraft parts for Airbus SAS worth US$150 million. 120 RD-33MK turbofan engines to be manufactured for MiG-29K by HAL for US$250 million.
. Multi-role transport aircraft project with Ilyushin of Russia worth US$600 million.
 64 MiG-29s to be upgraded by HAL and Russia's MiG Corporation in a program worth US$960 million. US$900 million aerospace hub in Andhra Pradesh. 200 HAL Light Combat Helicopters for the Indian Air Force and 500 HAL Dhruv helicopters worth US$5. HAL will also open a maintenance base in the country. US$55 million helicopter simulator training facility in Bangalore in collaboration with Canada's CAE. Koraput and Bangalore.
Domestic agreements[edit source | editbeta]
180 Sukhoi Su-30MKI being manufactured at HAL's facilities in Nasik. is worth US$3. Contract of 3 HAL Dhruv helicopters from Turkey worth US$20 million. which also involves Russia's Sukhoi Aerospace.
US$50. US$10 million order from Namibia for HAL Chetak and Cheetah helicopters. US$57 million upgrade of SEPECAT Jaguar fleet of the Indian Air Force. Unmanned helicopter development project with Israel Aircraft Industries. The total contract. US$30 million contract to supply avionics for Malaysian Su-30MKM.
In-house developed products[edit source | editbeta] Agricultural aircraft[edit source | editbeta]
Fighter aircraft[edit source | editbeta]
HF-24 Marut — Mk1 and Mk1T Tejas — Light Combat Aircraft Su-30MKI — a derivative of Sukhoi Su-27 co-developed with Sukhoi Corporation FGFA — under joint-development with the Sukhoi Corporation
. Supply of HAL Dhruv helicopters to Mauritius' National Police in a deal worth US$7 million. Licensed production of 82 BAe Hawk 132.7 million contract to supply Advanced Light Helicopter to Ecuadorian Air Force. US$20 million contract to supply ambulance version of HAL Dhruv to Peru.2 billion.83 billion.
AMCA — India's indigenous stealth fighter
Helicopters[edit source | editbeta]
HAL Dhruv of the Indian Army
Dhruv — Advanced Light Helicopter Light Combat Helicopter (under development) Light Observation Helicopter (under development) Indian Multi-role Helicopter (under development) Rudra - Attack helicopter.
Engines[edit source | editbeta]
GTRE GTX-35VS Kaveri- Co-developed with GTRE(DRDO)(under development) PTAE-7- For indegeniously designed Lakshya PTA GTSU-110 - For starting main engine GE404 or Kaveri of LCA Tejas HAL/Turbomeca Shakti - Co-developed with Turbomeca for HAL Dhruv Helicopter
Trainer aircraft[edit source | editbeta]
Closeup of a HAL Kiran aircraft
HT-2 HPT-32 Deepak HJT-16 Kiran — Mk1, Mk1A and Mk2 HJT-36 Sitara — Intermediate Jet Trainer (under development)
HAL HTT-40 Basic Trainer (Under proposal) HAL HJT 39 / CAT Advanced Jet Trainer (Under proposal)
Observation and reconnaissance aircraft[edit source | editbeta]
Transport and passenger aircraft[edit source | editbeta]
Saras, developed by HAL and National Aerospace Laboratories.
Saras — under joint development with the National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) HAL Multirole Transport Aircraft — under joint-development with Ilyushin Design Bureau Indian Regional Jet (IRJ) of 70-100 seater capacity to be jointly developed with NAL.
Utility aircraft[edit source | editbeta]
Gliders[edit source | editbeta]
HAL G-1 — HAL's first original design, dating from 1941. Only one was built. Ardhra — training glider Rohini
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles[edit source | editbeta]
Lakshya PTA — Unmanned Aerial Vehicle NRUAV Rustom I — Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Licenced production[edit source | editbeta]
HAL licenced-built Su-30 MKI
Harlow PC-5 — first aircraft assembled by HAL Percival Prentice — 66 built by HAL Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 — FL, M, Bis and Bison upgrades variants Folland Gnat HAL Ajeet — improved version of the Folland Gnat Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-27 — M variant SEPECAT Jaguar— IS, IB and IM variants BAE Hawk — scheduled production run of 42 aircraft Sukhoi Su-30 — MKI variant Dornier Do 228 — Also providing equipment for production of the upgraded Do 228 NG variant Aerospatiale SA 315B Lama — HAL Cheetah, Lancer, Cheetal Variants Aerospatiale SA 316B Alouette III — HAL Chetak, Chetan Variants HAL HS 748 Avro — Modified for military usage, includes Series 2M variant with large freight door Rolls-Royce Turbomeca Adour Mk 811 — Engine for SEPECAT Jaguar Rolls-Royce Turbomeca Adour Mk 871 — Engine for BAE Hawk Mk 132 Garrett TPE331-5 — Engine for Dornier Do 228 Turbomeca TM 333 — Engine for HAL Dhruv
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Shipping Corporation of India
The Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) (Hindi: भाितीय नौविन ननगि) (BSE: 523598NSE: SCI) is a Government of India Public Sector Enterprise with its headquarters in Mumbai that operates and manages vessels that services both national and international lines.69 crore (US$620 million)
State-owned enterprise Public (BSE: 523598NSE: SCI) Shipping Bombay. Mumbai 400 021 India B K Mandal (Chairman and Managing Director) 3902.shipindia. 1961
Corporate Centre. Headquarters Madame Cama Road.
the SCI today has a significant presence on the global maritime map. Two more shipping companies. of South Korea for building and delivering two Newbuilding 4.
Fleet[edit source | editbeta]
. The SCI also has substantial interests in various segments of the shipping trade. Crude oil tankers. SCI was also awarded the prestigious "Navratna" status by Indian Government in 2008. Sailing through for nearly five decades. SCI started out with 19 vessels. Product tankers. SCI’s owned fleet includes Bulk carriers. were merged with SCI in 1973 and 1986 respectively. Container vessels. It gradually metamorphosed into a conglomerate having 80 ships of 5. Jayanti Shipping Company and Mogul Lines Limited.9 million metric tons deadweight (DWT) with interests in different segments of the shipping trade. signed by SCI since its inception. On 14 November 2006.400 TEU Container Vessels. About SCI[edit source | editbeta] Starting out as a marginal Liner shipping Company with just 19 vessels. the SCI has today evolved into the largest Indian shipping Company. of South Korea for building and delivering six Newbuilding LR-I Product Tankers. Phosphoric Acid / Chemical carriers. Passenger-cum-Cargo vessels. SCI signed Contracts with Hyundai Samho Heavy Industry. Recent contracts[edit source | editbeta]
On 17 September 1991 SCI signed Contracts with STX Shipbuilding Co. The deliveries of these vessels are scheduled by the end of November 2008. This is the largest shipbuilding contract in terms of value. LPG / Ammonia carriers and Offshore Supply Vessels. Ltd.History[edit source | editbeta]
SCI Head Office at Nariman Point Mumbai SCI was established on 2 October 1961 by the amalgamation of Eastern Shipping Corporation and Western Shipping Corporation.
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From Wikipedia.The SCI operates a fleet of 79 vessels (1 March 2013) totaling 5.90 million DWT. It also manages 39 vessels (1 March 2013) totaling 200658 DWT on behalf of various Government Departments and other organizations. Steel Authority of India Ltd. Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Ltd. Reliance Industries Ltd. Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd. Services[edit source | editbeta]
Liner and passenger services Bulk carrier and tanker services Offshore services Liquefied Natural Gas
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HLL Lifecare Limited
Public Health Care
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branded as Saheli. to provide low-cost maternity services. Ayyappan. Kerala. Today HLL means HLL Lifecare Limited. In 2012.Surgical Sutures. But Hindustan Lever Limited changed their name as Hindustan Unilever Limited with acronym as HUL. blood bags.
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Earlier Hindustan Lever Limited. today it has nine hospitals across Andhra Pradesh state today.-based nonprofit global venture philanthropy fund. Trivandrum.lifecarehll. Thiruvananthapuram
Thiruvananthapuram. it produces health care products. starting at Hyderabad. India
Dr. and contraceptive pills.Founded
1966. a U. One of HLL's contraceptive products is ormeloxifene. A Government of India -owned corporation (Public-sector undertaking).S. including condoms. had the same acronym HLL. Hydrocephalus Shunts. a non-hormonal non-steroid weekly oral contraceptive. In 2005. a 50-50 joint venture with the Acumen Fund. Chairman & Managing Director Condoms
Hormonal contraception Surgical Equipment
INR 244 crores (FY 2005-2006) www. Tissue Expanders.com
HLL Lifecare Limited (formerly Hindustan Latex Limited) (HLL) is an Indian healthcare products manufacturing company based in Thiruvananthapuram. it established LifeSpring Hospitals. India. HLL announced a polymerase chain reaction based duplex test kit for chikungunya and dengue fever tests in collaboration with the Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology.
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