• Save
Ongc (2)
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Like this? Share it with your network

Share

Ongc (2)

on

  • 3,955 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
3,955
Views on SlideShare
3,955
Embed Views
0

Actions

Likes
5
Downloads
0
Comments
0

0 Embeds 0

No embeds

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Ongc (2) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Presented by:
    Alok Vaidya
    Madhu Rampelli
    ParagLavane
    Kunal Gaikwad
    Anand Agrawal
    Mahesh Sonawle
  • 2. 2
    Vision
    To be a world-class Oil and Gas Company integrated in energy business with dominant Indian leadership and global presence.
     
  • 3. It was established in the year 1956.
    Its Head quarter is in Dehradun.
    The chairmanand MD of ONGC is Mr. Radhey S. Sharma.
    Its revenue was $24.032 billionin the year 2008.
    Currently there are 34000 employees.
    INTRODUCTION OF ONGC
  • 4. HISTORY OF ONCG
    There were only TWO companies in India before Independence involved in the exploration of oil- The ASSAM oil Company and ATTOCK oil company.
    After Independence GOI realized the importance of developing the OIL & GAS sector to achieve rapid industrialization.
    ONGC discovered new oil resources in ASSAM& established a new oil province in the Cambay basin of GUJARAT.
  • 5. Continue. . .
    It is the largest Oil exploration and production (E&P) company in India.
    It has market share over 84%in crude oil and gas production.
    Around 57 %petroleum exploration licenses in India for over 588 thousands of area belongs to ONGC.
    In 1970’s ONGC discovered a rich oil field in BOMBAY HIGH.
  • 6. Continue. . .
    It major products includes petroleum, crude natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), kerosene and petrochemical products.
    Exploration, drilling, production and processing of oil is an energy intensive activity.
  • 7. WHY ONGC OPT FOR VERTICAL INTEGRATION
    • Its core business showing signs of Stagnation and want to develop its business in other sector.
    • 8. If they confined to one sector, then ONGC has to face the upstream or downstream of that sector.
    • 9. They wantsto diversifiedtheir risk by investing in other sector so that they can reduce the dependence on a particular sector.
  • Continue. . .
    • In 2000-01 ONGC oil production come down to 25.05 mn tonnes.
    • 10. ONGC is heavily relying on its core business, its mean that company is confined to bear ups and downs of a particular cycle.
    • 11. Its Technology has become obsolete.
    • 12. Facing the problem of Overstaffing and Procedural Delays.
    • 13. It was also weighed down by the heavy corporate tax and interest burden.
  • STEPS TAKEN BY ONGC
    • In 2002 ONGC was granted rights for marketing transportation fuels, to fulfill this it acquired a 37.39 % (297 million shares)equity stake in MRPLfromAV Birla Group.
    • 14. Later on, ONGC purchased 356 million(Rs. 3.9 billion) shares of MRPL from institutional investorsand increased its stake in MRPL to71.5 %.
    • 15. It diversifiedin to the Downstream(Refining & Retailing).
    • 16. ONGC acquired MRPL for venturing in to Retail sector and possessed advanced technology.
  • Continue. . .
    • By acquiring loss making company (MRPL) ONGC was entitled to huge Tax concessions.
    • 17. GOI permitted ONGC to set up 600 retail outlets for marketing products.
    • 18. In April 2004, ONGC announced plans to buyHPCL’s equity stake in MRPL for about Rs. 5.5 billion.
    • 19. ONGC increasedits share in MRPL up to 87.95%.
    • 20. ONGC invested in IT, covering 3 major areas i.e. ERP, Control System and Communication networks.
  • 11
    IT Initiatives of ONGC
    EPINET
    E&P DMS
    FINDER
    IMMS
    ORACLE
    SHRAMIK
    HRMS
    SAP
    UFSO
    FMS
    SAP
    INFORMATION INTEGRATION
    ICE
    ERP System
    SAP
  • 21. ONGC expended its global operation through its subsidiary OVL, by making sizeable capital investment in Vietnam, Sakhalin (Russia), Myanmar and Sudan.
    They acquired 25%in Nile project in Sudan, 20% stake in Sakhalin Oil field and other major project in Myanmar.
    THE GROWTH PLAN IN FORGIEN COUNTRIES
  • 22. OVL Operations
    Vietnam
    Sudan
    Myanmar
    Sakhalin-I
  • 23.
    • Technology up gradation : -Technological obsolesce is the main factor that is faced by ONGC and to cope up with this problem it decided to employ advanced technology-enabled like Increased Oil Recovery (IOR) and Enhanced Oil Recovery(EOR). And another technology was Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).
    It also adopted modern technology called Virtual Reality Interpretation to enhanced the oil recovery.
    GROWTH PLAN IN INDIA
  • 24. Human resources development:
    • To increase the motivation of employees ONGC developed many in-built appraisal systems to identify employee potential and reward exceptional performance. It redesign is HR appraisal system and introduced new programs like Productivity Honorarium Scheme, Quarterly Incentive Scheme, Group Incentivesfor Cohesive Team Working and Reward and Recognition Scheme. For development of employees ONGC established the institute of Management Development “ONGC Academy”.
  • Financial restructuring: -Its main aim to reduce its cost and improving operational efficiency. It uses its Idle cash reserves and pay out its outstanding foreign loan and make it a ZERO debt Company. Excess cash was invested to acquire better technology and assets in India and Abroad.
    This results in increasing production output, more efficient operations.
  • 25. GOI deregulated the Indian Oil Industry with effect from April 01, 2002, by doing away with APM (Administrative pricing Mechanism).
    It will give anedge to domestic players to take independent decision based on import parity and market forces.
    PSU lose state protectionand has to face global competitive business.
    CONCEPT OF DEREGULATION
  • 26. Continue. . .
    • In the year 2002-03 ONGC’s profits increased by 70%due to deregulation coincided with steady rise in global oil prices.
    • 27. In 2003-04 profits decreased by 18% due to depreciation of rupees and government policies.
    • 28. Due to increase in the crude oil prices in the international market ONGC had to sell crude oil to distribution, marketing PSU at subsidized prices.
  • 29.
  • 30.
  • 31. Intensive exploration of to locate new oil & gas assets
    Expeditious development of discoveries
    Arresting decline in the matured fields
    Leverage its position as a favored partner globally for overseas energy projects
    Developing new sources of energy like – CBM,UCG,Shale Gas
    Establish alternate energy as commercially viable option
    Value – multiplication through integration in hydrocarbon and energy value - chains
    Strategic Business Pursuits