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India Energy Conference 2008 Natural Gas: An Overview. R K Batra Distinguished Fellow, TERI 3-4 October, 2008. Ready Reckoner. 4 MMSCMD (or 1 MMTPA LNG) is required to feed a 1000 MW modern power station for 1 year Crude oil at $100 per barrel is equivalent to $ 17 per MMBtu.

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india energy conference 2008 natural gas an overview

India Energy Conference 2008Natural Gas: An Overview

R K Batra

Distinguished Fellow, TERI

3-4 October, 2008

ready reckoner
Ready Reckoner
  • 4 MMSCMD (or 1 MMTPA LNG) is required to feed a 1000 MW modern power station for 1 year
  • Crude oil at $100 per barrel is equivalent to $ 17 per MMBtu
the petroleum natural gas regulatory board bill 2005
The Petroleum & Natural Gas Regulatory Board Bill 2005

Key Functions of the Board relating to Natural Gas

Marketing

  • Register entities to market gas, subject to contractual obligations of GoI

LNG terminals

  • Register entities to establish and operate

Common or contract carrier pipelines

  • Authorized entities to lay, build, operate
  • Declare as Common or Contract carrier
  • Regulate access and set terms for determining tariff

City or local gas distribution networks

  • Authorize entities to lay, build, operate
  • Regulate access and set terms for determining tariff
  • Monitor prices

Technical standards & specifications (incl. Safety)

  • Lay down above, including pipeline access code

Key powers of Central Government

  • May issue policy directives to the Board
  • Final say on whether a question is one of policy or not
overall comments
Overall comments
  • Demand till 2012: Present consumption = unmet current demand = greenfield projects (approx. 100 MMSCMD each)
  • Demand till 2024-32: Vary considerably. Some (foreign ones) unrealistically low.
  • Utilization policy of GoI: Priority to existing plants. Drivers: fuel economics and the environment.. Some unanswered questions
  • Supply: To reach 200 MMSCMD by 2012 if legal issues between RIL, RNRL & NTPC are sorted out. No gas for greenfield projects? Availability of rigs?
  • AllIndiagasgrid: Organic growth vs. Master Plan. No plans for gas storage
  • Transnational pipelines: Very slow progress Price/fee issues unresolved. Geo-political concerns.
  • LNG: New supplies of LNG hard to find. Is India prepared to pay the price?
  • Regulatory Board: Currently addressing city gas distribution issues. Work on pipelines in hand.
  • India’s carbon footprint: Will reduce with extensive use of natural gas
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