ONGC ‘s Growth Strategy

Presented byAmit kumar Srivastava Ashwani Mishra Kuldeep Dixit
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Agenda
Introduction  Case Facts  SWOT  PEST  Five Force Model Of Porter  Mission  Learning

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Introduction
ONGC was the largest oil and production company in India  Major products of ONGC crud oil, natural gas, LPG gas, kerosene etc  First company to achieve Rs 1000bn net profit in the Indian corporate history  In 2003-04 ONGC ranked 260 world’s top companies by market value  OVL was formed to help ONGC secure its position in international oil market by acquiring foreign oil equity  ONGC wanted to diversify its business in LNG 3 marketing, insurance, power sector etc
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Case Facts
There were two companies involve in the exploration of oil  In 1970 company started offshore operations and discovered rich oil field in Bombay High  Company faced several problem in late 1990  ONGC’S oil production had come down to 25.5 mn tones in 2000-01  ONGC acquire MRPL in 2002 and become first integrated oil company in India  MRPL lost regulatory protection after the refining sector was deregulated in 1998
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PEST

Political

§ Change in GOV. § §
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Economical § Global economic recession §

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Social

Technological

§ Implementing new technology

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Porter’s Model

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Mission

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Learning

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