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  • INDIAN

    PETROLEUM & NATURAL

    GAS

    STATISTICS

    2012-13

    GOVERNMENT OF INDIA

    MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS

    ECONOMIC DIVISION

    NEW DELHI

  • Government of India Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas

    Foreword

    The Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas has been publishing its annual bulletin

    Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics since 1967 containing comprehensive

    information on the Oil & Gas Sector. The bulletin provides information in terms of both

    calendar year and financial year, to address the demands of the diverse users. It also

    includes a brief write-up on production performance of Petroleum & Natural Gas Sector

    during 2012-13. The bulletin is testimony to the concerted sustained efforts of the Economic

    Division of the Ministry to bring out a quality publication.

    2. We hope the bulletin will prove useful and welcome suggestions for improvement.

    (Vivek Rae) Secretary to the Government of India

    Shastri Bhawan New Delhi-110001 12th December, 2013

  • Government of India Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas

    Economic Division

    Preface

    The Economic Division of the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas has

    conscientiously endeavored to bring out its annual bulletin Indian Petroleum & Natural

    Gas Statistics from 1967. This has been made possible with inputs furnished by various

    Ministries and Departments of the Government of India, concerned oil companies as well as

    Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell (PPAC). 2. We express our deep sense of gratitude to all the data providers to the Ministry and

    record our appreciation for the efforts put in by the officials of the Economic Division viz.,

    Shri Sukhvir Singh, Director, Shri S.S Chahal, Senior Statistical officer, Shri Shyam Lal,

    Junior Statistical Officer.

    3. Suggestions for improvement would be appreciated.

    (Dr. Archana S Mathur) Economic Adviser

    Paryavaran Bhawan New Delhi-110003 12th December, 2013

  • Contents

    S.No Subject Page No.

    I. General

    I.1 Scope & Coverage of Data Published 1I.2 Performance of Petroleum & Natural Gas Sector-Some Key Macro-Economic Trends. 2-8I.3 Indian Economy-Selected Indicators 9I.4 Trends in Indian Petroleum Industry at a Glance(Financial Years) 101.5 International Petroleum Statistics 2004 to 2011 11I.6 (a) Petroleum Energy in India: 2004-2011(Calendar Years) 12

    (b) Petroleum Energy in India: 2004-05 to 2011-12 (Financial Years) 131.7 Oil and Oil and Gas Production Abroad 14

    II Exploration-Crude Oil & Natural Gas

    Exploration

    II.1 Area-wise deployment of deep drilling rigs , wells & metreage drilled by ONGC & OIL . 16II.2 Exploratory and development drilling by ONGC & OIL . 17II.3 Status of Wells as on 1st April of each year 18II.4 State-wise Geological Surveys achievements upto 31.3.2013 19II.5 State-wise achievements of geophysical field parties in India since inception upto1-4-2013 20II.6 Basin-wise/State-wise achievements of drilling since inception upto 1-4-2013 21II.7 State-wise/Basin-wise oil and gas fields in India as on 1.4.2013 22

    Crude Oil

    II.8 Reserves of Crude Oil in India 23II.9 Company-wise production of crude oil in India (Calendar & Financial Years) 24II.10 State-wise production of crude oil in India (Calendar & Financial Years) 25

    Natural Gas

    II.11 Reserves of natural gas in India 26II.12 State-wise gross production of natural gas in India (Calendar & Financial Years) 27II.13 State-wise gross and net production of natural gas in India. 28-29II.14 State-wise utilisation of natural gas in India (Financial Years) 30II.15 Industry- wise offtakec of Natural Gas in India

    III. Refining, Transportation & Marketing

    Refining

    III.1 (a) Petroleum refining capacity in India 32(b) Installed Capacity and Refinery Crude Throughput 33

    III.2 Refinery crude throughput and production of petroleum products (Calendar & Financial Years) 34III.3 (a) Refinery-wise crude Throughput and production of petroleum products during 2005-06 to 2012-13 35

    (b)Refinery-wise Production of Petroleum Products during 2012-13 36III.4 (a) Production of Petroleum Products/Pattern of Production: 2005 to 2012 37

    (b) Production of Petroleum Products/Pattern of Production: 2005-06 to 2012-13 38

  • S.No Subject Page No.Transportation

    III.5 (a) Crude oil, natural gas and product pipelines in India 39(b) Existing Petroleum Product, LPG & Crude Pipelines in the Country 40

    III.6 Tonnage of Indian tankers fleet 2005 to 2013 41III.7 Indian Tonnage as on 31.3.2013 42-43III.8 Share of traffic of petroleum products in the total traffic handled at major ports 44-46III.9 Movement of POL traffic on Railways since 2005-06 To 2012-13 47III.10 Rail freight rates in respect of petroleum products 47

    Marketing Network

    III.11 Total Retail outlets in India 48III.12 State-wise number of retail outlets, LDO/SKO dealers and LPG distributors as on 1.4.2013 49III.13 State-wise and company-wise retail outlets as on 1.4.2013 50III.14 State-wise and company-wise LPG domestic consumers as on 1.4.2013 51III.15 State-wise and Company-wise LPG Distributors 52III.16 State-wise and Company-wise SKO/LDO Dealerships 53III.17 CNG activities in India as on 01.04.2013 54III.18 LPG Marketing in India during 2005-06 To 2012-13 55III.19 Introduction to Green Fuels in India 56

    IV. Prices

    IV.1 Wholesale price indices of selected petroleum products 58IV.2 (a) Month & Year-wise average of International Crude Oil prices(Indian Basket) 59

    (b) International prices of crude oil and major petroleum Products 60IV.3 (a) Weighted average of crude oil prices 60

    (b) Consumer and producer prices of natural gas 61IV.4 Subsidies provided under Budget of Government of India 62IV.5 (a) Subsidy Provided by the Government and Oil Companies on PDS SKO & Domestic LPG 63

    (b). Under-Recoveries by Oil Marketing Companies on Sensitive Petroleum Products 64(c ). Under Recovery and its Burden Sharing 64

    IV.6 Price build-up of selected petroleum-products in major cities as on 01.04.2013 65-67IV.7 Trends in retail selling prices of selected petroleum products in metropolitan towns in India 68IV.8 Rates of dealer's commission for MS, HSDO and LPG in India 68

    V. Consumption

    V.1 (a) Product-wise consumption of petroleum products during 2005 to 2012 70(b) Product-wise consumption of petroleum products during 2005-06 to 2012-13 71(c) Product-wise consumption of petroleum products by Public and Private Sector 72

    V.2 Sector-wise consumption (end use) of selected petroleum products 73-77V.3 Consumption of petroleum products and market share of oil companies in India 78V.4 Deliveries made to international/coastal bunkers during 2005-06 to 2012-13 78V.5 State-wise consumption of major petroleum products during 2012-13 79-80V.6 State-wise per capita sales of petroleum products and per capita Sales of selected petroleum products 81V.7 Average Annual Compound Growth Rates of Consumption of Petroleum Products 82V.8 Major End use of Petroleum Products 82

  • S.No Subject Page No.

    VI Trade

    VI.1 Import/Export of crude oil and petroleum products from 2005 to 2012 84VI.2 Import/Export of crude oil and petroleum products from 2005-06 to 2012-13 85VI.3 Import Availability ratios of Crude Oil and Petroleum Products 85VI.4 India's Pol. Imports as proportion to overall Exports from the Country: 2005-06 to 2012-13 86VI.5 Import/Export of crude oil and petroleum products (product-wise) from 2006 to 2011 87VI.6 Import/Export of crude oil and petroleum products (product-wise) from 2006-07 to 2011-12 88VI.7 Trends in India's overall trade balance and trade balance with OPEC countries 89VI.8 Annual Growth of Foreign Direct Investment Equity Inflows 90

    VII. Taxes and Duties

    VII.1 Realisation of excise and custom duties from crude oil and petroleum products 92VII.2 Royalty and oil development cess paid by oil companies on production of crude oil and natural gas

    during 1975-76 to 2007-0893

    VII.3 Sales tax rates applicable on crude oil, natural gas and petroleum products in different States 94-95VII.4 Sales tax payments on crude oil, condensates, natural gas and petroleum products 96VII.5 Central Excise and Customs Tarrif as on 1.4.2013 97

    VIII. Manpower

    VIII.1 Manpower employed in the petroleum industry in India 2004-2012 99VIII.2 Category-wise manpower employed in the petroleum industry in India 2004-2012 99VIII.3 Category-wise manpower employed in various sectors of petroleum industry in India 2004-2012 100

    IX. Energy

    IX.1 Gross Production of energy by various sources in India 102IX.2 (a) Gross Domestic Product By Economic Activity-(at Constant Price 2004-05 ) 103

    (b) Gross Domestic Product By Economic Activity-( at Current Prices) 104X. Plan Outlay & Expenditure

    X.1 (a)11th Five Year Plan Outlay & Actual Expenditure for all Sectors 106(b)12th Five Year Plan Outlay & Actual Expenditure for all Sectors 107

    X.2 Dividend paid by PSUs under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 108X.3 Equity Capital of PSUs under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 108X.4 Profit earned by PSUs under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas 109X.5 Performance of PSUs under the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas during 2012-13 110X.6 Resources of Public Enterprises of Petroleum & Natural Gas Sector 111X.7 Estimates of Crude Oil Production in 12th Plan (2012-17) 112X.8 Estimates for Natural Gas Production in 12th Plan (2012-17) 112X.9 Estimated Total Gas Availability during 12th Plan (2012-17) 112X.10 Oil and Natural Gas Production Target of OVL from Assets Abroad in 12th Plan 113X.11 Estimated Refining Capacity in 12th Plan (2012-17) 114X.12 Estimated Demand for Petroleum Products in 12th Plan (2012-17) 115X.13 Estimated Production of Petroleum Products in 12th Plan (2012-17) 115

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    XI. International Petroleum Statistics

    XI.1 (a) World proved reserves of crude oil at end 2011 117-118(b) World proved reserves of natural gas at end 2011 119-120

    XI.2 World crude oil production during 2004-2011 121-122XI.3 Crude oil production by OPEC member countries 123XI.4 World production of natural gas 2004-2011 124-125XI.5 World consumption of natural gas 2004-2011 126-127XI.6 Productivity of producing wells in OPEC Member countries during 2011 128XI.7 World oil refining capacity 129XI.8 World refinery crude throughput 2004-2011 130XI.9 Country-wise world oil consumption 2004-2011 131-132XI.10 Product-wise regional consumption of main petroleum products during 2004-2011 133-134XI.11 World oil production, consumption and relative deficit/surplus in each country/region. 135XI.12 World crude oil & petroleum products imports and exports during 2011 136XI.13 Exports of crude oil & refined petroleum products from OPEC 137XI.14 World imports of natural gas by country-2004-2011 138-139XI.15 World imports of refined products by country-2004-2011 140XI.16 World crude oil exports by country-2004-2011 141XI.17 World exports of refined products by country-2004-2011 142XI.18 International petroleum Crude price index during 2004-2011 143XI.19 Spot prices of key OPEC crude since 2004. 144XI.20 Crude oil spot prices in US$ per barrel 145XI.21 Petroleum products spot prices in US$ per barrel 145XI.22 Natural gas prices for Industry and Household use 146XI.23 Crude oil import costs in US$ per barrel 147XI.24 Spot prices of key OPEC crude oils 148XI.25 Spot prices of major petroleum products in key trading centres of the world 149XI.26 World survey of selected petroleum products prices in 2011 150XI.27 Airfield prices of Jet A-1 fuel at major international airports as on 1st April of each year 151XI.28 Tanker fleet development in OPEC members 2005-2011 152XI.29 Inter-area total oil movements- 2004-2011 153XI.30 World primary energy consumption by fuel-2011 154XI.31 Per capita primary energy consumption during 2011 - Some international comparisons 155-156XI.32 Per capita consumption of main petroleum products-Some international comparisons 2011 157XI.33 Trends in world primary energy consumption-2004-2011. 157XI.34 Primary energy consumption in selected countries of the world-2004-2011 158-159XI.35 Economic indicators of OPEC nations during 2011 160

    Appendix 161-175

  • GENERAL

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    I.2 Performance of Petroleum & Natural Gas sector during 2012-13

    Introduction

    The Indian economy is at a critical stage of development. During 2012-13, the growth rate of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) at current prices is estimated to have increased by 5%, with Industry at 2.1%, Services at 7.1% and Agriculture at 1.9%. There has been an overall slow down since 2010-11 when GDP increased by 9.3% and declined to 6.2% in 2011-12. As against the overall trend in growth of the Indian economy, the energy requirement continued to increase during this phase. Given the limited domestic availability of oil and gas, the country is compelled to import over 75% of its domestic requirement.

    The Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas has taken several measures for enhancing exploration and exploitation of petroleum resources, apart from developing the distribution and marketing of petroleum products. The status of production of crude oil and natural gas as well as production, trade and consumption of petroleum products has been briefly discussed in the following paragraphs. The detailed trends in the sector are elaborated in the respective tables across different Sections.

    2. Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production The trend in production of crude oil and natural gas during the period 2004-05 to 2012-13 is in

    Figure-1. The crude oil production has remained in the range 32 to 38 MMT during this period with year to year variations. Crude oil production slightly low in 2012-13 as it was 37.862 MMT, which is about 0.60% lower than the production of 38.090 MMT during 2011-12. Natural gas production has increased from 32.202 BCM in 2005-06 to 40.679 BCM in 2012-13. However, there was a decrease in production of natural gas in 2012-13 by 14.47% over the previous. This is primarily due to increasing water cut trend, less base potential of major fields affected production, 6 well in D1, D3 and 2 wells in MA have ceased to flow due to water/sand ingress, water and sand ingress problem in wells, underperformance of newly drilled wells and some constraints were overcome. However, it is expected that higher production will be during 2013-14.

    Figure-1: Crude Oil and Natural Gas Production

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    3. Refining Capacity & Production There has been considerable increase in refining capacity in the country over the years as may be seen in Figure-2. There was an increase in domestic refining capacity by over 13.70% to reach 213.066 Metric Million Tonne Per Annum (MMTPA) as on 01.04.2012 as compared to 187.386 MMTPA as on 01.04.2011. The refining capacity is 215.066 as on 01.04.2013 MMTPA. By the end of XII Plan, refinery capacity is expected to reach 307.366 MMTPA. The Refinery production (crude throughput) achievement was 219.212 MMT during 2012-13 which marks net increase of 7.39% over 2011-12 (204.121 MMT) as depicted in Figure-2.

    Figure-2: Refin...