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PRESENTATION ON OIL AND GAS
INDUSTRY
PRESENTED BY:-
Kajal Singh
Introduction about BPCL
• Category- Oil & Gas
• Sector- Energy
• Tagline/Segment- Energising Lives; Pure for Sure
• Year of Incorporation-1952
• Segmentation- Corporates,country,individual looking to fulfill energy
needs.
• Target Group- Enterprises looking for energy for production, people
for petrol diesel for vehicles and domestic uses
• Positioning- Providing energy to the people
MANAGEMENT of BPCL
Name Designation
S Varadarajan Chairman & Managing Director
P Balasubramanian Director - Finance
Rajesh Mangal Part Time Non Official Director
Gopal Chandra Nanda Part Time Non Official Director
Ramesh Srinivasan Director - Marketing
S Varadarajan Chairman & Managing Director
Name Designation
S P Gathoo Director - Human Resources
P H Kurian Director
Deepak Bhojwani Part Time Non Official Director
Anant Kumar Singh Government Nominee Director
R Ramachandran Additional Director
Regd. Office and Factory/Plant
Address
Bharat Bhavan,,
4 & 6
Currimbhoy
Road,
District Mumbai
State Maharashtra
Pin Code 400001
Tel. No.
022-
22714000,022-
22713000
Fax No. 022-22713874
Email : info@bh
aratpetroleum.in
1. Mumbai Refinery: Mahul
2. Lubricant Plant: Wadilube Installation,
Mallet Road
Maharashtra – India
3. Lubricant Plant: Budget –Budget (
West Bangalore-India)
4. Kochi Refinery-Ambalamugal (Kochi,
Kerela,India)
5. Lubricant Plant: 35, Vaidyanatha
Mudali Street, Tondiarpet
Chennai (Madras) - 600081
Tamil Nadu – India
CSR activities of BPCL
Bharat Petroleum has been one of the first to adopt this approach and
our CSR initiatives have been an intrinsic part of our core values. Our
approach to social responsibility and our subsequent CSR policy is what
has made us an ‘innovative, caring and reliable’ company.
• Education
• Water
• Skill Development
• Health
• Community Development
Major Competitors BPCL
1.IOCL
2.Hindustan Petroleum
3.Reliance Industries Limited
4.ONGC
FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS
OF BPCL
BPCL
BPCL
BPCL
BPCL
BPCL
BPCL
BPCL
BPCL
BPCL
BPCL Current Market price-586.80 on 21st sep’2016
EBITDA OF BPCL
BPCL Revenue
• 2014-2.64 Trillion
• 2015-2.43 Trillion
• 2016-1.89 Trillion
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
BPCL-24th Aug to 21st Sep
BPCL- 18th April to 19th September 2016
GAIL - 24TH AUG – 21ST SEP 2016
GAIL - 28TH MARCH- 12TH SEP
BPCL-Simple Moving Average
BPCL-Exponential Moving Average
BPCL-Moving Average Convergence Divergence
BPCL-Bollinger Brand Chart
History Of Gail
• 1984 - The Company was incorporated on 16th of August.
• 1995 - GAIL was adjudged the third-best PSU and awarded the
prestigious 'Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Shield'
• 2014 -GAIL declared the top Indian company in the ‘Gas-Processing,
Distribution and Marketing’ Sector for the Dun & Bradstreet
Corporate Awards 2014 -GAIL adjudged ‘Best Performing Company’
Background of Gail
Regd. Office and Factory/Plant
• Registered Address
• 16, Bhikaiji Cama Place,
R. K. Puram,
New Delhi
Delhi
110066
Tel: 011-26182955 011-26172580
Fax: 011-26185941
Email: investorqueries@gail.co.in
Website: http://www.gailonline.com
Group: Public Sector
CSR activity GAIL
• Ensure an increased commitment at all levels in the organization, to
operate its business in an economically, socially & environmentally
sustainable manner, while recognizing the interests of all its
stakeholders.
• To directly or indirectly take up programmes that benefit the
communities in & around its work centers and results, over a period of
time, in enhancing the quality of life & economic well‐being of the local
populace.
• To generate, through its CSR initiatives, goodwill and pride for GAIL
among stakeholders and help reinforce a positive & socially responsible
image of GAIL as a corporate entity
Management of Gail
Name Designation Name Designation
B C Tripathi Chairman & managing Director M Ravindran Director – Human Resource
Ashuotsh Karnatak Direcotor - Projects Subir Purkayastha Director - Finance
Ashutosh Jindal Nominee Director Anupam Kulshrestha Part Time Non Official Director
Sanjay Tandon Part Time Non Official Director S K Srivastava Part Time Non Official
DIirector
Anant Kumar Singh Part Time Govt. Director
Major Competitors OF GAIL
• Cairn India
• Petronet LNG
• Oil India
• Gujarat Gas
• HOEC
GAIL- QUATERLY REVENUE
FUNDAMENTAL ANALYSIS OF GAIL
Share holding Pattern of GAIL
57%
16% 15%
7%
2%
2%
1%
5%
Chart Title
Promoters
ForeignInstitutions
FinancialInstitutions
CentralGovt
GeneralPublic
NBanksMutualFunds
Others
GAIL
Debt Equity Ratio
GAIL
EBITDA
GAIL
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF GAIL
GAIL - 24TH AUG – 21ST SEP 2016
GAIL - 28TH MARCH- 12TH SEP
Simple Moving Average
Exponential Moving Average
MACD
Bollinger
Market Size
• With India developing gas-fired power stations, consumption is up more than 160
per cent since 1995.
• Gas consumption is likely to expand at a Compound Annual Growth Rate(CAGR)
of 21 per cent during FY08–17.
• India is the fifth-largest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) importer after Japan, South
Korea, the United Kingdom and Spain and accounts for 5.5 percent of the total
global trade.
• The LNG imports had increased by 43.38 per cent year-on-year in May 2016 to
2.08 Billion Cubic Metres (BCM).Domestic LNG demand is expected to grow at a
CAGR of 16.89 per cent to 306.54 Million Metric Standard Cubic Meter per Day
(MMSCMD) by 2021 from 64 MMSCMD in 2015.
• The country's gas production is expected to touch 90 Billion Cubic Metres (BCM)
in 2040 from 35 BCM in 2013. Gas pipeline infrastructure in the country stood at
15,808 km in December 2015.
• State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) dominates the
upstream segment (exploration and production), accounting for
approximately 68 per cent of the country’s total oil output (FY14).
• Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) operates 11,214 km network of
crude, gas and product pipelines, with a capacity of 1.6 MBPD of oil
and 10 MMSCMD of gas. This is around 30 per cent of the nation’s
total pipeline network. IOCL is the largest company, operating 10 out
of 22 Indian refineries, with a combined capacity of 1.3 MBPD.
INDIAN SCENARIO
• The oil and gas sector is among the six core industries in India and plays a major
role in influencing decision making for all the other important sections of the
economy.
• In 1997–98, the New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP) was envisaged to fill the
ever-increasing gap between India’s gas demand and supply. A recent report
points out that the Indian oil and gas industry is anticipated to be worth US$
139.8 billion by 2015. India’s economic growth is closely related to energy
demand; therefore the need for oil and gas is projected to grow more, thereby
making the sector quite conducive for investment.
• The Government of India has adopted several policies to fulfil the increasing
demand. The government has allowed 100 per cent Foreign Direct Investment
(FDI) in many segments of the sector, including natural gas, petroleum products,
and refineries, among others. Today, it attracts both domestic and foreign
investment, as attested by the presence of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and Cairn
India.
Government Initiatives
• The Union Cabinet has approved the National Mineral Exploration Policy (NMEP), which
will pave the way for auction of 100 prospective mineral blocks to attract private sector
in exploration, besides involving state-run agencies.
• The government has launched a pilot programme, aimed at introducing compressed
natural gas (CNG) as fuel for two-wheelers.
• The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas is seeking to enhance India's crude oil
refining capacity through 2040 by setting up a high-level panel, which will work towards
aligning India's energy portfolio with changing trends and transition towards cleaner
sources of energy generation.
• The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) plans to launch an integrated bio
energy mission with an investment of Rs 10,000 crore (US$ 1.48 billion) from FY 2017-18
to FY 2021-22, aimed at enhancing the use of bio-fuels like ethanol and biogas and
reducing consumption of fossil fuels.
• The Hydrocarbon Sector Skill Council (HSSC), which was set up by the Government of
India under its Skill India initiative, plans to train over 1.9 million people in the oil and gas
sector over the next 10 years, to cater to the rising skill needs of the industry.
Global scenario
• From 2005 to 2014, oil and gas company stocks collectively
outperformed the market by a factor of 1.3–2.0x.
• Industry revenue for 2015 is estimated at 10 to 20% below that for
2014, with industry profits expected to shrink by 20 to 30%.
Cont..
The industry playbook is expected to include continuations of some or
all of the following measures.
• Cutting capital expenditures (capex) spend by 30 to 50%
• Stopping or scaling back share buyback programs and dividends
• Divesting assets to high-grade the portfolio of underperforming
operating positions
• Aggressively renegotiating contracts at price points 20 to 30% lower,
often to the point of break-even for the OFSE (Oil Field Service and
Equipment) supplier
• Going beyond large-scale layoffs—including implementing wage
freeze or in some cases, even wage cuts—to reduce labor costs
• It is estimated that overall capital spending by public companies worldwide declined by nearly 20%
in 2016 from record 2015 levels, with the E&P sector declining by more than 30%.
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  • 1. PRESENTATION ON OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY PRESENTED BY:- Kajal Singh
  • 2. Introduction about BPCL • Category- Oil & Gas • Sector- Energy • Tagline/Segment- Energising Lives; Pure for Sure • Year of Incorporation-1952 • Segmentation- Corporates,country,individual looking to fulfill energy needs. • Target Group- Enterprises looking for energy for production, people for petrol diesel for vehicles and domestic uses • Positioning- Providing energy to the people
  • 3. MANAGEMENT of BPCL Name Designation S Varadarajan Chairman & Managing Director P Balasubramanian Director - Finance Rajesh Mangal Part Time Non Official Director Gopal Chandra Nanda Part Time Non Official Director Ramesh Srinivasan Director - Marketing S Varadarajan Chairman & Managing Director Name Designation S P Gathoo Director - Human Resources P H Kurian Director Deepak Bhojwani Part Time Non Official Director Anant Kumar Singh Government Nominee Director R Ramachandran Additional Director
  • 4. Regd. Office and Factory/Plant Address Bharat Bhavan,, 4 & 6 Currimbhoy Road, District Mumbai State Maharashtra Pin Code 400001 Tel. No. 022- 22714000,022- 22713000 Fax No. 022-22713874 Email : info@bh aratpetroleum.in 1. Mumbai Refinery: Mahul 2. Lubricant Plant: Wadilube Installation, Mallet Road Maharashtra – India 3. Lubricant Plant: Budget –Budget ( West Bangalore-India) 4. Kochi Refinery-Ambalamugal (Kochi, Kerela,India) 5. Lubricant Plant: 35, Vaidyanatha Mudali Street, Tondiarpet Chennai (Madras) - 600081 Tamil Nadu – India
  • 5. CSR activities of BPCL Bharat Petroleum has been one of the first to adopt this approach and our CSR initiatives have been an intrinsic part of our core values. Our approach to social responsibility and our subsequent CSR policy is what has made us an ‘innovative, caring and reliable’ company. • Education • Water • Skill Development • Health • Community Development
  • 6. Major Competitors BPCL 1.IOCL 2.Hindustan Petroleum 3.Reliance Industries Limited 4.ONGC
  • 10. BPCL
  • 11. BPCL
  • 12. BPCL
  • 13. BPCL
  • 14. BPCL
  • 15. BPCL
  • 16. BPCL
  • 17. BPCL Current Market price-586.80 on 21st sep’2016
  • 19. BPCL Revenue • 2014-2.64 Trillion • 2015-2.43 Trillion • 2016-1.89 Trillion
  • 21. BPCL-24th Aug to 21st Sep
  • 22. BPCL- 18th April to 19th September 2016
  • 23. GAIL - 24TH AUG – 21ST SEP 2016
  • 24. GAIL - 28TH MARCH- 12TH SEP
  • 29. History Of Gail • 1984 - The Company was incorporated on 16th of August. • 1995 - GAIL was adjudged the third-best PSU and awarded the prestigious 'Indira Gandhi Rajbhasha Shield' • 2014 -GAIL declared the top Indian company in the ‘Gas-Processing, Distribution and Marketing’ Sector for the Dun & Bradstreet Corporate Awards 2014 -GAIL adjudged ‘Best Performing Company’
  • 31. Regd. Office and Factory/Plant • Registered Address • 16, Bhikaiji Cama Place, R. K. Puram, New Delhi Delhi 110066 Tel: 011-26182955 011-26172580 Fax: 011-26185941 Email: investorqueries@gail.co.in Website: http://www.gailonline.com Group: Public Sector
  • 32. CSR activity GAIL • Ensure an increased commitment at all levels in the organization, to operate its business in an economically, socially & environmentally sustainable manner, while recognizing the interests of all its stakeholders. • To directly or indirectly take up programmes that benefit the communities in & around its work centers and results, over a period of time, in enhancing the quality of life & economic well‐being of the local populace. • To generate, through its CSR initiatives, goodwill and pride for GAIL among stakeholders and help reinforce a positive & socially responsible image of GAIL as a corporate entity
  • 33. Management of Gail Name Designation Name Designation B C Tripathi Chairman & managing Director M Ravindran Director – Human Resource Ashuotsh Karnatak Direcotor - Projects Subir Purkayastha Director - Finance Ashutosh Jindal Nominee Director Anupam Kulshrestha Part Time Non Official Director Sanjay Tandon Part Time Non Official Director S K Srivastava Part Time Non Official DIirector Anant Kumar Singh Part Time Govt. Director
  • 34. Major Competitors OF GAIL • Cairn India • Petronet LNG • Oil India • Gujarat Gas • HOEC
  • 37. Share holding Pattern of GAIL 57% 16% 15% 7% 2% 2% 1% 5% Chart Title Promoters ForeignInstitutions FinancialInstitutions CentralGovt GeneralPublic NBanksMutualFunds Others
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  • 51. Market Size • With India developing gas-fired power stations, consumption is up more than 160 per cent since 1995. • Gas consumption is likely to expand at a Compound Annual Growth Rate(CAGR) of 21 per cent during FY08–17. • India is the fifth-largest Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) importer after Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom and Spain and accounts for 5.5 percent of the total global trade. • The LNG imports had increased by 43.38 per cent year-on-year in May 2016 to 2.08 Billion Cubic Metres (BCM).Domestic LNG demand is expected to grow at a CAGR of 16.89 per cent to 306.54 Million Metric Standard Cubic Meter per Day (MMSCMD) by 2021 from 64 MMSCMD in 2015. • The country's gas production is expected to touch 90 Billion Cubic Metres (BCM) in 2040 from 35 BCM in 2013. Gas pipeline infrastructure in the country stood at 15,808 km in December 2015.
  • 52. • State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) dominates the upstream segment (exploration and production), accounting for approximately 68 per cent of the country’s total oil output (FY14). • Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) operates 11,214 km network of crude, gas and product pipelines, with a capacity of 1.6 MBPD of oil and 10 MMSCMD of gas. This is around 30 per cent of the nation’s total pipeline network. IOCL is the largest company, operating 10 out of 22 Indian refineries, with a combined capacity of 1.3 MBPD.
  • 53. INDIAN SCENARIO • The oil and gas sector is among the six core industries in India and plays a major role in influencing decision making for all the other important sections of the economy. • In 1997–98, the New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP) was envisaged to fill the ever-increasing gap between India’s gas demand and supply. A recent report points out that the Indian oil and gas industry is anticipated to be worth US$ 139.8 billion by 2015. India’s economic growth is closely related to energy demand; therefore the need for oil and gas is projected to grow more, thereby making the sector quite conducive for investment. • The Government of India has adopted several policies to fulfil the increasing demand. The government has allowed 100 per cent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in many segments of the sector, including natural gas, petroleum products, and refineries, among others. Today, it attracts both domestic and foreign investment, as attested by the presence of Reliance Industries Ltd (RIL) and Cairn India.
  • 54. Government Initiatives • The Union Cabinet has approved the National Mineral Exploration Policy (NMEP), which will pave the way for auction of 100 prospective mineral blocks to attract private sector in exploration, besides involving state-run agencies. • The government has launched a pilot programme, aimed at introducing compressed natural gas (CNG) as fuel for two-wheelers. • The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas is seeking to enhance India's crude oil refining capacity through 2040 by setting up a high-level panel, which will work towards aligning India's energy portfolio with changing trends and transition towards cleaner sources of energy generation. • The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) plans to launch an integrated bio energy mission with an investment of Rs 10,000 crore (US$ 1.48 billion) from FY 2017-18 to FY 2021-22, aimed at enhancing the use of bio-fuels like ethanol and biogas and reducing consumption of fossil fuels. • The Hydrocarbon Sector Skill Council (HSSC), which was set up by the Government of India under its Skill India initiative, plans to train over 1.9 million people in the oil and gas sector over the next 10 years, to cater to the rising skill needs of the industry.
  • 55. Global scenario • From 2005 to 2014, oil and gas company stocks collectively outperformed the market by a factor of 1.3–2.0x. • Industry revenue for 2015 is estimated at 10 to 20% below that for 2014, with industry profits expected to shrink by 20 to 30%.
  • 56. Cont.. The industry playbook is expected to include continuations of some or all of the following measures. • Cutting capital expenditures (capex) spend by 30 to 50% • Stopping or scaling back share buyback programs and dividends • Divesting assets to high-grade the portfolio of underperforming operating positions • Aggressively renegotiating contracts at price points 20 to 30% lower, often to the point of break-even for the OFSE (Oil Field Service and Equipment) supplier • Going beyond large-scale layoffs—including implementing wage freeze or in some cases, even wage cuts—to reduce labor costs
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  • 58. • It is estimated that overall capital spending by public companies worldwide declined by nearly 20% in 2016 from record 2015 levels, with the E&P sector declining by more than 30%.