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Welcome to Presentation dated 13.12.2010. Sector wise supply. Source-wise availability. Expected domestic availability. Expected R-LNG availability. Sector wise Demand:. (mmscmd). Present pipeline infrastructure. Existing Pipeline. DHABOL 5 mmtpa. DAHEJ 5 mmtpa. HAZIRA 2.5 mmtpa.

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Welcome to presentation dated 13 12 2010

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Presentation dated 13.12.2010








Welcome to presentation dated 13 12 2010

Existing Pipeline

DHABOL

5 mmtpa

DAHEJ

5 mmtpa

HAZIRA

2.5 mmtpa

DELHI

NEPAL

BHUTAN

AURAIYA

LUCKNOW

DHOLPUR

JAGDISHPUR

KANPUR

GREP

IBRAHIMPUR

KELARAS

SHILLONG

MALANPUR

KOTA

PHOOLPUR

BANGLADESH

DVPL

HVJ

JAGOTI

DEWAS

PITHAMPUR

BHARUCH

SURAT

DUPL

EXISTING MAJOR PIPELINES

HVJ

PUNE

GREP

DVPL

KAKINADA

DVPL

DUPL + DPPL

GAIL REGIONAL NETWORL

LNG Terminal

KANJIRKKOD

RGTIL


Upcoming pipeline lng infrastructure
Upcoming Pipeline & LNG infrastructure:

LUCKNOW

AGARTALA

CUTTACK

BARODA

DAMRA

MUMBAI

HYDERABAD

CHENNAI

TIRUCHCHIRAPALLI

TUTICORIN

NANGAL

BHATINDA

DELHI

BAREILLY

GURGAUN

AURAIYA

DISPUR

MATHANIA

AGRA

JAGDISHPUR

KANPUR

PATNA

GWALIOR

PHOOLPUR

KOTA

JHANSI

GAYA

VARANASI

VIJAYPUR

UJJAIN

BOKARO

RAJKOT

AHMEDABAD

LNG

KOLKATA

SURAT

Upcoming

BHUBANESHWAR

KRISHNAPATNAM

Transmission Pipelines

RAJAMUNDRY

DABHOL

5 mmtpa

SOLAPUR

KAKINADA

KOLHAPUR

VIJAYAWADA

GOA

Pipeline authorized to GAIL

NELLORE

BHOPAL

ENNORE

2.5 mmtpa

BANGLORE

Pipeline authorized to RGTIL

HASAN

MANGLORE

KANJIKKOD

COIMBTORE

KOCHI

5 mmtpa

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Pipeline lng infrastructure present future
Pipeline & LNG infrastructure Present& Future up gradation of existing pipeline:

DAHEJ I & II

10 mmtpa*

HAZIRA

2.5 mmtpa

LUCKNOW

AGARTALA

CUTTACK

BHARUCH

BARODA

DAMRA

PUNE

MUMBAI

HYDERABAD

CHENNAI

City Gas/ CNG

Existing

TIRUCHCHIRAPALLI

Planned

TUTICORIN

LNG Terminal

NANGAL

BHATINDA

DELHI

BAREILLY

GURGAUN

AURAIYA

DISPUR

MATHANIA

AGRA

JAGDISHPUR

KANPUR

PATNA

GWALIOR

PHOOLPUR

KOTA

JHANSI

GAYA

VARANASI

VIJAYPUR

UJJAIN

BOKARO

RAJKOT

AHMEDABAD

LNG

KOLKATA

Existing

SURAT

Upcoming

BHUBANESHWAR

KRISHNAPATNAM

Transmission Pipelines

RAJAMUNDRY

DABHOL

5 mmtpa

SOLAPUR

KAKINADA

Existing Pipeline

KOLHAPUR

VIJAYAWADA

GOA

Pipeline authorized to GAIL

NELLORE

BHOPAL

ENNORE

2.5 mmtpa

BANGLORE

Pipeline authorized to RGTIL

HASAN

MANGLORE

KANJIKKOD

COIMBTORE

KOCHI

5 mmtpa


Lng infrastructure present future
LNG Infrastructure Present & Future up gradation of existing pipeline:

  • PLL’s Dahej terminal has been expanded to 10 MMTPA last year.

  • The Hazira terminal of Shell with a capacity of 2.5 MMTPA is operational.

  • planned Kochi terminal of PLL with a capacity of 5 MMTPA is expected by 2011-12.

  • The 5 MMTPA Dabhol terminal is projected to be operational in 2011 without breakwater and fully after completion of breakwater.

  • IOCL is planning for 2.5 mmtpa ennore terminal in Tamil Nadu.


Demand supply analysis
Demand & Supply analysis: up gradation of existing pipeline:

(mmscmd)

Large Potential for R-LNG/ imported gas in next three years


India preferred location for lng
India Preferred Location for LNG: up gradation of existing pipeline:

  • Huge demand supply gap

  • Rapidly growing economy

  • Development New transpiration capacity almost doubling the present transportation capacity.

  • Potential for relatively flexible off-take

  • Emergence of new gas market

  • India import around 5.2% of total LNG traded in the world in 2009.


Welcome to presentation dated 13 12 2010

Thank you up gradation of existing pipeline: