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Presented By: Anupam Konwar, Manisha Das     Prabin Bhuyan, Pritomjyoti Phukan               Simanta Bora
ONGC… At a Glance• ONGC was formed in 1956 with the vision of great leaders  to make our country energy-sufficient.• Over ...
Contd   …..   Subsidiaries Of ONGC    ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL)   OVL is the wholly-owned subsidiary of ONGC for overseas E&P...
PRODUCTION PERCENTAGE                                     ONGC (OVL) OVERSEAS            ONGC                             ...
SHAREHOLDING PATTERN                      SHARE HOLDING PATTERN                      PUBLIC OTHERS     GOVT COMPANIES     ...
SWOT ANALYSISSTRENGTH INDIA’s largest crude oil and natural gas producer. Strong brand name. Has over 40,000 employees....
Contd…OPPORTUNITIES Increasing fuel prices. Increasing natural gas market. Expanded export business. More oil well dis...
PORTER’S 5 FORCES MODEL                         THREAT OF NEW COMPANIES IS VERY LESS                          AS THE INVES...
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE                           9
Organization Levels and The Span Of Management• ONGC, like most of the organizations follows a mixed balanced  organizatio...
Organizational Span At the Executive Level                                                          CMD         Company Se...
Organizational Span At Mid-Level NARROW SPAN          Director          OffshoreMumbai               Supply     N High    ...
DEPARTMENTATION AT TOP-LEVELONGC follows both Departmentation by Function/Process at the top level and a geographicalDepar...
DEPARTMENTATION AT MID-LEVEL                                            ANKALESHWARUNDER DIRECTOR ONSHORE THEDEPARTMENTAT...
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  1. 1. Presented By: Anupam Konwar, Manisha Das Prabin Bhuyan, Pritomjyoti Phukan Simanta Bora
  2. 2. ONGC… At a Glance• ONGC was formed in 1956 with the vision of great leaders to make our country energy-sufficient.• Over the years, the company has discovered 6 of the 7 producing basins in India and added 6.4 Billion tonnes of oil and gas reserves.• According to Platts Top 250 Global Energy Ranking (November, 2010) ONGC is the no. 1 E&P company in the world and 18 th overall listing of global energy companies. 2
  3. 3. Contd ….. Subsidiaries Of ONGC  ONGC Videsh Ltd (OVL) OVL is the wholly-owned subsidiary of ONGC for overseas E&P activities. OVL presently has participated in 33 projects in 14 countries.  Joint Ventures/ Associates  ONGC Tripura Power Company Ltd (OTPC)  ONGC Petro-additions Ltd.  Mangalore Special Economic Zone Ltd. (MSEZ)  ONGC Mangalore Petrochemicals Ltd (OMPL)  ONGC TERI Biotech Ltd (OTBL)  Petronet MHB Ltd (PMHBL)  Petronet LNG Ltd (PLL)  Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd (PHHL)  Dahej SEZ Ltd. (DSL) 3
  4. 4. PRODUCTION PERCENTAGE ONGC (OVL) OVERSEAS ONGC SUDEN & S.SUDEN 6% BRAZIL OVERSEAS 7% VIETNAMPSC-JVS 9% 29% 8% RUSSIA 34% SYRIA 8% COLUMBIA VENEZUELA 6% ONGC 10% 83% 4
  5. 5. SHAREHOLDING PATTERN SHARE HOLDING PATTERN PUBLIC OTHERS GOVT COMPANIES 2% 3% MF & UTI 10% 1% FII 5%BFSI10% PRESIDENT OF INDIA 69% 5
  6. 6. SWOT ANALYSISSTRENGTH INDIA’s largest crude oil and natural gas producer. Strong brand name. Has over 40,000 employees. It produces about 30% of the country’s crude oil requirement. Strong presence in India as well as 14 countries worldwide.WEAKNESSES Legal issues Bureaucracy Employee management Human rights and rehabilitation issues. 6
  7. 7. Contd…OPPORTUNITIES Increasing fuel prices. Increasing natural gas market. Expanded export business. More oil well discoveriesTHREATS Government regulations. High competitions. Introduction hybrid and electric machinery in the market. Changing environmental laws Reducing reserves. 7
  8. 8. PORTER’S 5 FORCES MODEL THREAT OF NEW COMPANIES IS VERY LESS AS THE INVESTMENT REQUIRED IS VERY HIGH OIL INDIA LTD. NEGLIGIBLE BARGAININGMODERATE BARGAINING RELIANCE POWER OF CUSTOMERS POWER OF SUPPLIERS PETROLEUM, PEMEX, PETROBR AS MODERATE POSSIBILITY OF SUBSTITUTE ALTERNATE FUEL STILL INITS NASCENT STAGE OF DEVELOPMENT 8
  9. 9. ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE 9
  10. 10. Organization Levels and The Span Of Management• ONGC, like most of the organizations follows a mixed balanced organizational span depending on the number of subordinates.• At the executive level ONGC follows a wide span while at the mid- level and lower level it follows the narrow span. 10
  11. 11. Organizational Span At the Executive Level CMD Company Secretary Corporate Affairs MD OVL Chief Vigilance Officer WIDE SPAN Director Director Director Director Director Director Onshore Offshore Exploration HR Tech&Field Finance 11A.K HAZARIKA Shri S. Vasudeva Shri S. V. Rao Shri K.S. Jamestin Shri U.N. Bose Shri D.K. Sharaff
  12. 12. Organizational Span At Mid-Level NARROW SPAN Director OffshoreMumbai Supply N High Bases A Director R Technical & Field R OBassein & Chief Well Chief Satellite Uran Plant W Chief Drill Services Logging S Well P Drilling Cementing Mud Workover WSS Completion and DrillingHeera & ANeelam Hazira Plant N Offshore PSC- JV 12
  13. 13. DEPARTMENTATION AT TOP-LEVELONGC follows both Departmentation by Function/Process at the top level and a geographicalDepartmentation at the mid level. DIRECTOR DIRECTOR DIRECTOR TECH DIRECTOR DIRECTOR HR DIRECTOR FINANCE EXPLORATION ONSHORE OFFSHORE & FIELD SERV 13
  14. 14. DEPARTMENTATION AT MID-LEVEL ANKALESHWARUNDER DIRECTOR ONSHORE THEDEPARTMENTATION IS DONE BASEDON GEOPGAPHICAL TERRITORY AHMEDABAD ASSAM DIRECTOR ONSHORE KARAIKAL RAJAHMUNDRY(KG) TRIPURA 14
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