Infrastructure Facilities For Future Import and Domestic Consumption CII Conference on Energy Security in India R Sridhar Reliance Industries Ltd. October 31, 2003. Hydrocarbon Vision 2025.
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Infrastructure Facilities For Future Import and Domestic ConsumptionCII Conference on Energy Security in IndiaR SridharReliance Industries Ltd.October 31, 2003
Group set up by Prime Minister had deliberated among other things on –
- and submitted their recommendations which has been accepted by the Govt.
Greater participation by private companies and increased joint working with PSU companies for asset utilisation
Greater participation of private companies already achieved in --
Private companies have begun investing in --
This presentation will focus on infrastructure requirements of refining crude oil and distribution of petroleum products
Without price elasticity,
demand number would be even higher
Security through participation by all players in each of the box and arrow
Mode wise Transportation of Petro Products
Will India move this way ?
Port authorities to become proactive to facilitate all these
Why pipelines ?
Why pipelines now ?
How it can secure supplies ?
Shared facilities can increase tank turn around resulting into “virtual” increase in tankage
>>>> lead to clocking more mileage
>>>> reducing road freights further
Watch the road as a serious transportation means
Road tariff Rs. 1.50 per MT-Km
Terminal charges Rs. 160 / KL
With current rly freights, road transportation is cheaper for leads up to 2200 Km.
Choice of economics will ensure security of supplies
Economics of competition would ensure security
Security through competition