The Government is taking all the necessary steps to revive the economy. It has taken quick decisions and is also focusing on executive and administrative capability to implement them.
Industry players opine that India's offshore exploration sector holds tremendous potential in terms of oil and gas reserves. According to SK Srivastava, Chairman of Oil India (OIL), offshore exploration will play an increasing role in India's efforts to source crude oil domestically. Of the domestic crude oil output of 38 million ton, the offshore sector accounts for 21 million ton, followed by 1
Some analysts feel that the proposed capital expenditure of Gujarat Pipavav Port (GPP) may benefit it in the long run. It may be noted that the port plans to execute Rs 11 bn worth projects to expand its present berth capacity. It plans to double container capacity by March 2015 to 1.5 mn TEUs and increase bulkhandling capacity to 10 mn ton
In order to pick up stake in foreign oil and gas assets, pubic sector energy explorer Oil India (OIL) plans to set up an overseas subsidiary. At a meeting on April 10, the board of OIL cleared the decision to set up a subsidiary, which will have a separate board and managing director akin to the corporate structure of ONGC
Reports suggest that Oil India (OIL) plans to spend over 32 percent of the planned capital expenditure (capex) in the 12th Five Year plan period (2012-17) towards exploration which will enhance its current reserve base. According to analysts, the cost of production of the company for oil and gas is amongst the lowest in the world. This is mainly on account of the fact that most of the production for OIL is
Minister of heavy Industries and Public Enterprises Praful Patel informed Lok Sabha that Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) have Rs 284,153.22 crore cash and bank balances at present. Further, it is learnt that 17 state-run firms, including, ONGC, OIL and NTPC, committed to invest over Rs 1.63 lakh crore during 2012-13