Saturday, 22 March 2014

Production Performance of Oil & Natural Gas sector for the month of February, 2014




I.     A. CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION  – PERFORMANCE
Month / Period
Planned Target (TMT)
Actual Production (TMT)
%age achievement
Surplus(+)Shortfall() Vis-à-vista get (%age)
Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) over last year   (%age)
February, 2014*
3157.000
2931.282
92.9
-7.1
1.9
April,2013-February, 2014*
35965.000
34603.120
96.2
-3.8
-0.1
April,2012-February, 2013

34636.391



TMT: Thousand Metric Tonnes.     
*: Provisional.
B. COMPANY-WISE ACHIEVEMENT 









Company / State
Planned Target (TMT)
Actual Production (TMT)
% age achievement
Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) (%age)

ONGC
1982.000
1730.349
87.3
-12.7

  Gujarat
383.000
365.732
95.5


  Andhra Pradesh
19.000
22.542
118.6


  Tamil Nadu
18.000
18.050
100.3


  Assam
97.000
99.250
102.3


Offshore
1465.000
1224.775
83.6


OIL
309.000
257.854
83.4
-16.6

  Assam
308.000
257.190
83.5


  Arunachal Pradesh
1.000
0.664
66.4


PRIVATE/JVC
866.000
943.079
108.9
8.9

TOTAL
3157.000
2931.282
92.9
-7.1


C. REASONS FOR SHORTFALL

Company / State
Reasons for shortfall

ONGC (Offshore)
Closure of wells for safety reasons at Heera field and less than anticipated gain from development and side track wells of Neelam field affected production. Less than anticipated oil gain from new development wells of D-1 field, delay in commissioning of B-193 process platform affected production.  Less than anticipated oil gain from Sidetrack Development & Marginal Fields development wells in Mumbai High. Delay in execution of G-1 development project.

ONGC (Gujarat)
Ageing of fields resulting decline in reservoir pressure & increased water cut affected production.

OIL (Assam)
Consequential effect of bandhs and blockades. 

Pvt./JVCs  (Arunachal Pradesh)
Sand ingress and water cut in the wells.

Pvt./JVCs  (Gujarat)
No Oil productions as the wells are ceased in Dholasan & Bhandut field. CB-ON-2003/2 is under development & yet to commence commercial production of oil. Natural decline of the Hazira field. Natural decline and increasing water cut in wells in CB-ON/7 field.    

Pvt./JVCs  (Off-shore)
Loading of wells, scaling losses, lower delivery from PL Infill wells and closure of MA wells due to leak observed in the MA riser.

A statement showing Crude Oil Production during February, 2014 and cumulatively for the period April,2013- February, 2014 vis-à-vis 2012-13 is at Annexure-I.


II.        A.  NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION


Month / Period
Planned Target (MCM)
Actual Production (MCM)
% age achievement
Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) Vis-à-vis target (%age)
Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) over last year (%age)

January, 2014*
3122.104
2756.766
88.3
-11.7
-4.4

April,2013-January, 2014*
35441.689
32511.700
91.7
-8.3
-13.3

April,2012-January, 2013

37504.225




MCM: Million Cubic Meters.        



*:Provisional.


B.     COMPANY-WISE ACHIEVEMENT



Company / State
Planned Target (MCM)
Actual Production (MCM)
%age achievement
Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) (%age)

ONGC
1919.400
1819.670
94.8
-5.2

  Gujarat
102.280
108.171
105.8


  Rajasthan
1.150
0.930
80.9


  Andhra Pradesh
73.820
87.625
118.7


  Tamil Nadu
96.000
102.592
106.9


  Assam
36.310
35.800
98.6


  Tripura
78.080
89.433
114.5


  Mumbai HighOffshore
1531.760
1395.119
91.1


OIL
212.040
201.997
95.3
-4.7

  Assam
191.190
187.885
98.3


  Arunachal Pradesh
1.210
1.269
104.9


  Rajasthan
19.640
12.843
65.4


PRIVATE/JVC
990.664
735.099
74.2
-25.8

  Onshore $
120.637
90.283
74.8


  Offshore
870.027
644.816
74.1


TOTAL
3122.104
2756.766
88.3
-11.7

$: Including Coal Bed Methane production.


C.     REASONS FOR SHORTFALL

Company / State
Reasons for shortfall

ONGC (Offshore)
Delay in commissioning of B-193 & SB-14 process platform affected production. Less associated gas production because to less oil production from Sidetrack Development & Marginal Fields development wells in Mumbai High. Delay in execution of G-1 development project.

ONGC (Assam &Raj)
Lack offtake by consumers.

OIL(Rajasthan)
Less than the committed withdrawal of Rajasthan Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited (RRVUNL).

Pvt./JVCs  (W Bengal)
Produced CBM is being sold in small quantities as the field is currently under development.

Pvt./JVCs  (Gujarat )
Wells have been shut-in to reduce gas flaring and delay in drilling of wells in the Kanawara field. In the Sanganpur field only one well is producing and other two wells are ceased due to water loading. Natural decline of the Hazira field. Natural decline and increasing water cut in wells in CB-ON/7 field.

Pvt./JVCs  (Madhya Pradesh)
CBM produced in small quantities are being internally used and flared as no market in near vicinity.

Pvt./JVCs (Jharkhand)
Produced CBM is being sold in small quantities.

Pvt./JVCs  (Off-shore)
KG-OSN-2001/3 field is under development & yet to commence commercial production of gas.Well Mercury is closed due to water loading in PY-1 field. Tapti gas production is less than budget due to non delivery of expected volumes from infill wells and MTA # 3 early water breakthrough followed by loading. A total of 10 wells in D1, D3 and 2 wells in MA have ceased to flow due to water /sand ingress in KG-DWN-98/3 field. Loading of wells, delayed well services activities, delayed delivery of PJ and PL infill wells and closure of MA wells due to leak observed in the MA riser in the Panna-Mukta field. 


A statement showing natural gas production during January, 2014 and cumulatively for the period April, 2013- January, 2014 vis-à-vis 2012-13 is at Annexure-II.



III.  A. REFINERY PRODUCTION

    (IN TERMS OF CRUDE THROUGHPUT)









Month / Period
Planned Target (TMT)
Actual Production (TMT)
%age achievement
Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) Vis-à-vis target  (in %age)
Surplus(+) Shortfall(-) over last year (in %age)

January, 2014*
18380.000
17969.980
97.8
-2.2
3.2

April,2013January,2014*
203733.000
203303.221
99.8
-0.2
1.5

April,2012-January, 2013

200278.269




*: Provisional.


Note: RIL (SEZ) production figures for Dec 2013 prorated figures revised from 3176.902 TMT to 3215 TMT & Jan' 2014 prorated figures revised from 3186.902 TMT to 3140 TMT and Feb'2014 figures are on prorated basis.


The crude throughput in IOC (Digboi,Guwahati, Haldia & Bongaigaon), BPCL (Mumbai & Kochi), HPCL (Mumbai & Visakh),  CPCL (Manali & Narimanam),  NRL (Numaligarh), MRPL (Mangalore), ONGC (Tatipaka), HMEL (Bhatinda)   & RIL (SEZ)  refineries have exceeded their planned target.

The crude throughput in IOC (Barauni, Gujarat, Mathura & Panipat ), RIL (Jamnagar), Essar (Vadinar) & BORL(Bina) refineries was less than their planned target.

Company / State
Reasons for shortfall

IOCL, Gujarat
Throughput is lower because of low crude receipt on account of leakage in Salaya-Mathura crude Pipeline.

IOCL, Mathura

IOCL, Panipat

BORL, Bina
Throughput is lower due to power interruptions.


A statement showing refinery-wise production during the month of January, 2014 and cumulatively for the period April, 2013- January, 2014 vis-à-vis 2012-13 is at Annexure-III.











III.  REFINERY CAPACITY UTILISATION



Month
Utilisation (%)
Period
Utilisation (%)

 January, 2014*
108.9
April, 2013- January, 2014
103.3

 January, 2013
106.5
April, 2012- January, 2013
102.7


The refinery-wise details of the capacity utilisation during January, 2014 and cumulatively for the period April, 2013 - January, 2014 vis-a-vis 2012-13 are given in Annexure-IV.

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