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  • Loading- start truck enter d primes reaches d loading point & products r loaded till job sheet & invoice are prepared
  • In case of small package , packets/tins are sent to product plant & repacked

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  • 1. By: Shivani Dwivedi Tinvi Anthony Kruti khandelwal Nitesh Anjana Tejsa Sikander
  • 2. Petroleum Industry • The first oil deposits in India were discovered in 1889 near the town of [Digboi] in the state of Assam • The first well was completed in 1890 and the Assam Oil Company was established in 1899 to oversee production producing 7,000 barrels per day. • In October 1959 an Act of Parliament was passed which gave the state owned Oil and Natural Gas Commission (ONGC) the powers to plan, organize, and implement programs for the development of oil resources and the sale of petroleum products and also to perform plans sent down from central government.
  • 3. Consumption of Petroleum Products 2012 Companies Market Share Growth IOCL 47.1% 46.7% BPCL 20.8% 42.23% HPCL 18% 37.69%
  • 4. Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) - an organisation that has redefined the petroleum and refining business, treading a unique path. • On 24 January 1976, the Burmah Shell was taken over by the Government of India to form Bharat Refineries Limited. On 1 August 1977, it was renamed Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited. • It was the first refinery to process newly found indigenous crude Bombay High. • Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) is a state-controlled oil refining and marketing company headquartered at Mumbai, India.
  • 5. • Post its nationalisation in 1976, the company’s growth has been phenomenal. Its turnover stands at a staggering Rs. 46,850 crores • BPCL is organized into 6 Strategic Business Units (SBUs) comprising of Industrial & Commercial (I&C), Retail, Lubricants, LPG, Aviation and Refinery, Network Installation 1. Installation & Oil terminals 33 2. Company Operated Depots 63 3. LPG bottling Plants 45 4. Aviation Service Stations 19 5.Petrol Stations 7077 6. Kerosene/ LDO Dealers 1008 7. LPG Distributers 2124
  • 6. Product Line Product Line • 2 Wheelers -Mak 2T -Mak 4T Plus • 3 Wheelers -Mak GE • 4 Wheelers -Mak Classic -Mak Elite -Mak Supreme -Mak Platinum
  • 7. Heavy Vehicles ◦Multi grade ◦Gold ◦Diamond Industrial Lubes ◦Hydraulic Transmission Fluid ◦Hydrol Railways ◦RR 940 ◦RR 513 M
  • 8. Tie Ups 2 Wheelers ◦TVS ◦Hero Honda 4 Wheelers ◦Tata ◦GM Industrial ◦L & T Goods Government ◦Defense ◦Railways
  • 9. BPCL Refineries Mumbai Bina BPCL Numaligarh Kochi
  • 10. • Mumbai Refinery:  Currently process about 12 Million Metric Tons of crude oil per annum.  BPMR has processed 61 different types of crude in five decades of its operations.  Use latest microprocessor based Digital Distributed Control System (DDCS) and has been accredited with ISO 9002 (Quality Management System) • Kochi Refinery:  Presently having a crude oil refining capacity of 9.5 Million Metric Tonnes per Annum (MMTPA)  Capacity of 50,000 barrels per day. • Numaligarh Refinery:  BPCL is the major share holder with 61.65% • Bina Refinery:  Bharat Oman Refineries Limited (BORL), a company promoted by Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) and Oman Oil Company Limited (OOCL), is setting up a 6 MMTPA grass root refinery at Bina,
  • 11. Production Plants in India Wadilube(Mother Plant) : Mumbai Budge Budge : Kolkata Tondiarpet : Chennai Loni :Delhi
  • 12. Sewree Warehouse Area – 3300 sq.m SKU – 400 units (40 ml to 210 liters) Capacity Loading – 4000 metric tonnes Duration – 4 to 6 hours Employees - 45
  • 13. Supply chain in BPCL
  • 14. Bulk Management • Shell Coding • Annual Plans • Forward Contract • ILP • Hospitality Depots 10/22/13
  • 15. Operations • ONGC: Uran • Crude oil - Foreign crude:- 60 types - Indian crude called as Bombay High Fuel Gas Kerosene LPG Gasoline LSHS Processing of LPG 10/22/13 Naphta HSD
  • 16. Dispatching • 4 sales manager (PDP) - 70 Distributers • Domestic Cylinder: Subsidised Non- Subsidised (5300) (5350) - 9 Cylinder -more than 9 • Commercial Cylinder (5400): 19kg, Rs. 1700 • Per day 120-125 lorries are dispatch • Corrosal plant: 24 cylinders are filled in 60 secs
  • 17. Supply Chain Strategies  Planning: - which feed stock to buy - where to process - how much to buy ready made & how much to make - what to make and where - how to transport  Scheduling: -when & in what order feed stock should arrive at manufacturing facility - when & in what sequence or modes to run the equipments - which orders to meet & what dates to promise  Demand Planning: - for demand forecasting & aggreation of the final demand numbers based on requirements of supply chain
  • 18.  Integrated Planning: - planning for the complete supply chain of the customer based on demand numbers  Distribution Planning: - generating operation plans for distribution.  Production Planning: - generating operational plans for production. These modules are supported by various enablers that facilitate planning activity that include: a. Supply Chain Database (SCD) b. Geographical Information System (GIS) c. Data Interfaces
  • 19. Reverse Logistics In case of product damaged during transit product damages are bared by the transporter. In case of product damaged in storage at warehouse empty buckets are called from the manufacturing plant and re-packed.
  • 20. Technology E- Revolution:1. SAP: By making an early entry into ERP, BPCL has reaped the reward of to this furturistic model. Benefits accrued are: a. Operational Efficiency b. Enhanced Fiscal Discipline • SAP: Up to 10,000 credit is accepted, above that not accepted • BPCL is the first to upgrade SAP/R3 in its scale in the country.
  • 21. 3. Support sysytem such as - Intralink - Cyberdocks - Facility Management - Data Warehouse - E-mail link to facilitate smoother customer service 4. SCADA (Supervisory Control And Data Acquisition): -This sysytem affectively monistors the safe functioning of the pipelines 5. ASTRONOVA (Apron Fuel Management System For Avaition Customer) 6. Smart Card Technology, Offer Loyalty Cards, B2B & B2C transactional platforms created to assistindustrial customers and global avaition consumers to transact business online 7. Smart Fleet card:
  • 22. Benefits to BPCL by SAP • Reduction in days in inventory (average) 56% • Improvement in demand fulfillment index • Reduction in logistics Costs 2.5% 14%
  • 23. Evaluating petroleum supply chain performance Evaluating petroleum supply chain performance Evaluating petroleum supply chain performance
  • 24. straight forward task. The purpose of this paper is to suggest a method to evaluate the  performance of one such process supply chain, namely the petroleum industry supply  chain.e Approach – The paper uses a combination of analytical hierarchy process (AHP) and  balanced scorecard (BSC) for evaluating performance of the petroleum supply chain.  The choice of factors determining supply chain performance under the four  perspectives of BSC has been validated using opinion from subject matter experts  (SMEs). In order to determine relative importance of criteria opinion of SMEs has been  collected in the form of pairwise comparisons. Using these comparisons, the AHP  technique has been applied to determine the relative weights of various perspectives  as well as the factors under each perspective. Findings – The importance of four perspectives with respect to petroleum supply  chain performance in descending order of importance comes out as: customer,  financial, internal business process, innovation and    learning. Within these  perspectives, the following factors seem to be most important respectively:  purity of  product, market share, steady supply of raw material and use of information  technology. The methodology suggested in this paper tries to include these  characteristics and can help in comparing   performance of supply chains of different  petroleum companies. Value – The value of this paper lies in the unique approach towards determining the  performance of process industry supply chains. By using BSC, non-financial factors  have also been taken into account. Opinion of SMEs has been quantified using the 
  • 25.       THANK           YOU
  • 26. BPCL to acquire strategic stake in Swan Energy unit The state-owned oil majors are likely to acquire a 26-49 percent stake in Swan's LNG terminal valued at Rs 2,500 crore.
  • 27. Product Line  Auto Lubricants Two/Three Wheeler Lubricants Passenger Cars- Petrol Driven- Lubricants Passenger/ Commercial Vehicle- Diesel driven- Lubricants  DG set/ Off Highway/ Earth moving Equipment Lubricants Agriculture Equipment- Lubricants Automotive oils and greases- Other Applications