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Indian Crude oil Industry

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According to Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, India has a total recoverable crude oil reserve of 757.4 million metric tonnes (mmt) as on March 31, 2012. This implies a reserve life of just 20 years taking FY12 crude oil production of 38.1 mmt. India has 0.3 per cent of oil and gas resources of the world and 18 per cent of the world’s population. India’s crude oil consumption has grown at a CAGR of 4.3 per cent for the last 10 years driven primarily by the transportation sector. As crude oil supply has been largely stagnant, Indian crude oil industry continues to remain highly import dependent with imports constituting about 74 per cent of demand in FY 2012. India’s oil demand is expected to grow at a steady rate of 4.6 per cent over FY 2014-16. However, crude oil production is not expected to keep pace with rising demand (expected to grow at 4.3 per cent over the same period). Thus, India is expected to continue to rely on imported crude for more than 75 per cent of its needs in near term.

The report on the ‘Indian Crude Oil Industry’ gives valuable insights intobasics of the industry, infrastructure, regulations, oil pricing, current global and domestic crude oil market scenario etc. The report also provides CARE Research’s outlook and insight into future trends in the industry with respect to key demand-supply metrics, international oil price trend, supply outlook from key domestic fields in India. For this analysis, CARE Research has indigenously developed its Oil Intensity Model to forecast global oil demand over the next three years. The model involves CARE Research’s quantitative and qualitative judgment on oil intensities of over 70 countries and has utilized GDP forecast by the International Monetary Fund (IMF). On the supply side, CAREResearch has used a combination of the decline rate methodology and its Oil Fields Database comprising over 230 new fields that are expected to come on-stream in the next three years. http://www.bharatbook.com/oil-and-gas-market-research-reports/indian-crude-oil-industry.html

The report is indispensable for any company in the oil industry, banks/ FIs, policy makers, research and academic organizations, other international and national agencies etc. Additionally, the four quarterly updates, from the date of subscription, alongwith this report would form a potent tool for the subscribers to keep abreast of the happenings in the industry.

Table of Contents

SECTION-I CARE Research’s OUTLOOK
Methodology
Crude oil demand estimation
Crude oil supply estimation
Demand
Global oil demand to remain moderate
OECD consumption set to decline
BRIC to be the next power house
Supply
Non-OPEC supply: US, Canada, Brazil to lead the way
Non-OPEC supply growth to reduce OPEC oil demand
OPEC spare capacity to rise to 6.0 MMbpd by 2015
Demand & Supply -India
Crude oil demand outlook
Crude oil supply outlook
Prices
Demand side factors
Supply side factors

SECTION-II INDUSTRY SECTION
Introduction
Overview
Oil Formation
Characteristics of Crude Oil
Uses of Crude Oil
Crude oil reserves estimation methods
E&P Basics
Exploration
Production
Oil recovery techniques
Types of offshore rigs
Offshore drilling and production platforms
Infrastructure
International Crude Tanker Market
Introduction
Global Seaborne trade
Average age of tankers
Demolition of tankers
Freight
Indian Shipping Industry & Policy for Crude Oil Import
Indian Shipping Industry
Regulatory Framework
Background Import Policy
Current scenario
Indian Crude Oil Pipelines
Introduction
Product sequencing
Capacity Utilization
Advantage of pipelines
Pipeline Expenditure
Existing pipelines
Future Pipelines
Regulatory Guidelines
Regulatory Framework
Regulatory structure and key legislations
Regulatory framework
Regulatory bodies
New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP)
Upstream accounting treatment
Production Sharing
Introduction
Model PSC flow chart
Impact of oil price on financial and operational performance
Production Sharing – INDIA
Background
Fiscal terms
Concession regime
Production Sharing Contracts
Comparison of PSC Terms globally
Strategic Petroleum Reserves
Current state
Future SPR project
Outlook
International Market Scenario
World Reserves
Consumption
Demand
Supply
Geo-politics
Indian Market Scenario
History
Consumption
Supply
Imports
Crude Oil Pricing
History
Oil pricing basics
Indian crude oil pricing

SECTION-III COMPANY PROFILES
Company Profile
Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC)
ONGC Videsh Limited (OVL)
Oil India Limited (OIL)
Cairn India Limited (CIL)
Hindustan Oil Exploration Company Limited (HOEC)

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