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SUKHVIR SINGH DIRECTOR MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 24-26 SEPTEMBER, BEIJING COLLECTION OF OIL DATA IN INDIA.

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1 SUKHVIR SINGH DIRECTOR MINISTRY OF PETROLEUM & NATURAL GAS GOVERNMENT OF INDIA SEPTEMBER, BEIJING COLLECTION OF OIL DATA IN INDIA

2 Presentation Outline IntroductionIntroduction Overview - Oil & Gas SectorOverview - Oil & Gas Sector Major energy production in IndiaMajor energy production in India Indias share in primary energy consumptionIndias share in primary energy consumption Availability of Oil & Gas in IndiaAvailability of Oil & Gas in India Energy Statistics – Country PracticeEnergy Statistics – Country Practice Oil data collection practice in IndiaOil data collection practice in India Overall Assessment of data collectionOverall Assessment of data collection Suggestions for improvement in collection of dataSuggestions for improvement in collection of data

3 Introduction- Broad Macroeconomic Parameters India is a vast developing country with population of about 1.20 billion.India is a vast developing country with population of about 1.20 billion. Indian economy grew by 9.3% during and about 6.5% during Indian economy grew by 9.3% during and about 6.5% during Indias foreign exchange reserves was US$257.4 billion at the end of July 2012.Indias foreign exchange reserves was US$257.4 billion at the end of July Indias annual present (August, 2012) inflation rate about 7.55% against 9.78% a year ago.Indias annual present (August, 2012) inflation rate about 7.55% against 9.78% a year ago. Total imports during were US$ billion against US$ million during registering a negative growth of 32%.Total imports during were US$ billion against US$ million during registering a negative growth of 32%. Total exports during were US$ billion against US$ billion registering growth of 21%.Total exports during were US$ billion against US$ billion registering growth of 21%.

4 Overview- Oil & Gas Sector India has total reserves of 760 MMT of crude oil and 1330 BCM of natural gas.India has total reserves of 760 MMT of crude oil and 1330 BCM of natural gas. In order to enlarge domestic production New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP) adopted since 1999.In order to enlarge domestic production New Exploration Licensing Policy (NELP) adopted since During , 605 exploratory and development wells and 1340 thousand metreage drilled in onshore and offshore areas.During , 605 exploratory and development wells and 1340 thousand metreage drilled in onshore and offshore areas. India has total 447 oil and gas fields during India has total 447 oil and gas fields during Imports of Petroleum & Natural Gas was about 32% of the total imports and exports were 18% during Imports of Petroleum & Natural Gas was about 32% of the total imports and exports were 18% during Refining capacity increased from MMTPA in 2007 to MMTPA in 2012 and will be MMTPA by the end 2017.Refining capacity increased from MMTPA in 2007 to MMTPA in 2012 and will be MMTPA by the end India has pipeline network for transporting of petroleum products (11037 kms.) LPG ( 2197 kms) and crude oil ( 7425 kms).India has pipeline network for transporting of petroleum products (11037 kms.) LPG ( 2197 kms) and crude oil ( 7425 kms). Indias per capita oil consumption is 0.13 tonne oil equivalent.Indias per capita oil consumption is 0.13 tonne oil equivalent.

5 Major Energy Production In India Gross Energy Production in India Gross Energy Production in India Year Coal & Lignite Hydro- Carbon Power (MMT) NaturalGas Crude Oil PetroProducts (BCM)(MMT)(MMT) (Billion KWH)

6 Indias Share in Primary Energy Consumption India Share in India (%) India's share in world energy consumptionWorld Oil (million metric tonnes) %3.6% Gas (Mtoe) %1.9% Oil and gas (mtoe) %2.9% Coal (mtoe) %7.9% Nuclear Energy (mtoe) %1.2% Hydroelectricity (mtoe) %3.7% Renewable9.21.7%4.7% Renewable (oil eqv.) Primary Energy (mtoe) %4.4%

7 Availability of Oil & Gas (MMT) Products Production of Crude Oil Crude Oil Imports Total Crude Oil Availability Production of Natural Gas (BCM) Natural Gas Imports LNG Imports Total Natural Gas Availability Production of Petroleum Products * Imports of Petroleum Products Exports of Petroleum Products Consumption of Petroleum Products * = Including LPG production from Natural Gas

8 Energy Statistics – Country Practice Energy is critical and plays a vital role in the socio-economic development of a country.Energy is critical and plays a vital role in the socio-economic development of a country. Energy statistics in India relates to information on available reserves, potential, installed capacity, capacity utilised, production, imports, exports, consumption, stocks, transmission & distribution, etc.Energy statistics in India relates to information on available reserves, potential, installed capacity, capacity utilised, production, imports, exports, consumption, stocks, transmission & distribution, etc. There is data gap in energy statistics as inadequacy of renewable energy data, incompleteness of energy consumption, unorganized coal production not fully captured, data from private players not exhaustive, confidentiality in disclosure of important data etc.There is data gap in energy statistics as inadequacy of renewable energy data, incompleteness of energy consumption, unorganized coal production not fully captured, data from private players not exhaustive, confidentiality in disclosure of important data etc.

9 Statutory Provision for Collection of Data In India In India, there are provisions for the data collection under which statutory returns are collected monthly for the petroleum sector from oil companies as follows:In India, there are provisions for the data collection under which statutory returns are collected monthly for the petroleum sector from oil companies as follows: (i) For returns on Crude Oil and Natural Gas. A. Principal Legislation: The Oil Fields (Regulation And Development) Act, 1948 (53 OF 1948) (8 th September,1948).A. Principal Legislation: The Oil Fields (Regulation And Development) Act, 1948 (53 OF 1948) (8 th September,1948). B. Subordinate Legislation: The Petroleum and Natural Gas Rules,1959.B. Subordinate Legislation: The Petroleum and Natural Gas Rules,1959.

10 Statutory Provision for Collection Of Data In India (Contd..) (ii) For Returns on Refinery output (Petrol, diesel etc). A. Principal Legislation: The Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951,(ACT No. 65 of 1951)A. Principal Legislation: The Industries (Development and Regulation) Act, 1951,(ACT No. 65 of 1951) B. Subordinate Legislation: Scheduled Industries (Submission of production Returns) Rules, 1979.B. Subordinate Legislation: Scheduled Industries (Submission of production Returns) Rules, 1979.

11 Oil Data Collection Practice In India Kinds of Oil Data Collected: Monthly: Monthly: Production data of Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Petroleum Products, Sale (Consumption), Refinery Crude Throughput, Refinery Capacity Utilisation, Gas flaring, Daily Spot Prices of Crude Oil and selected Petroleum Products in International Market, Imports of Crude Oil & Petroleum Products and LNG, Exports of Petroleum Products, Stocks data for JODI, etc.Production data of Crude Oil, Natural Gas, Petroleum Products, Sale (Consumption), Refinery Crude Throughput, Refinery Capacity Utilisation, Gas flaring, Daily Spot Prices of Crude Oil and selected Petroleum Products in International Market, Imports of Crude Oil & Petroleum Products and LNG, Exports of Petroleum Products, Stocks data for JODI, etc. Annual: Annual: For preparation of Annual Publications on Basis Statistics on Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas and Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics various types of energy data including financial performance of PSUs are collected.For preparation of Annual Publications on Basis Statistics on Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas and Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics various types of energy data including financial performance of PSUs are collected.

12 Data Collection Practice in India Agencies/Offices who provide data Oil Companies in the public & private sector-production of crude oil, natural gas, refinery throughput, capacity utilisation, petroleum products and sales, etc.Oil Companies in the public & private sector-production of crude oil, natural gas, refinery throughput, capacity utilisation, petroleum products and sales, etc. Directorate General of Hydrocarbon (DGH)- production data of upstream companies. [As technical regulator, DGH receives & furnishes production details of every public, private and joint venture producing fields]Directorate General of Hydrocarbon (DGH)- production data of upstream companies. [As technical regulator, DGH receives & furnishes production details of every public, private and joint venture producing fields] Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell (PPAC) attached back-office of the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas. PPAC independently collects/estimates production, consumption and trade statistics for down stream sector. They provide the estimates of imports & exports which are used for JODI. However the official authority for all trade statistics including for petroleum sector is the Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics (DGCI&S) in the Ministry of Commerce.Petroleum Planning & Analysis Cell (PPAC) attached back-office of the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas. PPAC independently collects/estimates production, consumption and trade statistics for down stream sector. They provide the estimates of imports & exports which are used for JODI. However the official authority for all trade statistics including for petroleum sector is the Directorate General of Commercial Intelligence and Statistics (DGCI&S) in the Ministry of Commerce.

13 Data Collection Practice in India Mode of Collection of Data & Method of processing of Data Data collected through electronic mail, FAX and hard copy by post from all concerned Agencies/Offices.Data collected through electronic mail, FAX and hard copy by post from all concerned Agencies/Offices. Data processed manually and validated and cross check of the same data received from PPAC.Data processed manually and validated and cross check of the same data received from PPAC. In case the data show wide variation, the concerned agency (ies) are asked to verify the correctness of data provided by them.In case the data show wide variation, the concerned agency (ies) are asked to verify the correctness of data provided by them. Missing data are not estimated. The number of players in the sector being not too large, production data are not released till these are received from all. However for consumption and trade data, these are computed by industry coordinator and PPAC and made available to the Ministry.Missing data are not estimated. The number of players in the sector being not too large, production data are not released till these are received from all. However for consumption and trade data, these are computed by industry coordinator and PPAC and made available to the Ministry.

14 Data Collection Practice In India Database & Revision of Data After validation all the data are computerised and required reports generated every month for circulation to all concerned. Hard copies of data maintained in the Ministry.After validation all the data are computerised and required reports generated every month for circulation to all concerned. Hard copies of data maintained in the Ministry. Revised data wherever applicable, is incorporated in the report of following months. Agencies receive provisional, in some cases, incomplete data from their field agencies. After receipt of complete final data previous data is revised and furnished to the Ministry. If the data for a previous period is revised, it is indicated as revised while releasing information for a later period.Revised data wherever applicable, is incorporated in the report of following months. Agencies receive provisional, in some cases, incomplete data from their field agencies. After receipt of complete final data previous data is revised and furnished to the Ministry. If the data for a previous period is revised, it is indicated as revised while releasing information for a later period. All oil data are published in metric tonnes. All gas data are published in cubic meter.All oil data are published in metric tonnes. All gas data are published in cubic meter.

15 Data Collection Practice in India Publication & Periodicity Monthly & Quarterly Progress Reports, Basic Statistics on Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas and Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics on annual basis.Monthly & Quarterly Progress Reports, Basic Statistics on Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas and Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics on annual basis. Monthly Reports and Annual Publications are available on the Ministrys web site Reports and Annual Publications are available on the Ministrys web site

16 Data Collection Practice Production Statistics of Crude Oil & Natural Gas are collected directly from concerned Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and Directorate General of Hydrocarbons through mail, FAX and .Production Statistics of Crude Oil & Natural Gas are collected directly from concerned Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs) and Directorate General of Hydrocarbons through mail, FAX and . Following data for natural gas production are collected:Following data for natural gas production are collected: (a) Production (b) Sales (c) Internal use (d) Gas Flaring The received data tabulated in the prescribed format, Company & State- wise.The received data tabulated in the prescribed format, Company & State- wise. The monthly production returns for the previous month(M-1) are received within 15 days of the following month (M). After final reconciliation of the Statistics, the provisional monthly monitoring report for the M-1 is normally released to user Ministries by the third week of M. In the report for M-1 the revised statistics for M-2 is also reported along with information for M. The information is also shared with the public through the Petroleum Ministry website (http://www.petroleum.nic in).The monthly production returns for the previous month(M-1) are received within 15 days of the following month (M). After final reconciliation of the Statistics, the provisional monthly monitoring report for the M-1 is normally released to user Ministries by the third week of M. In the report for M-1 the revised statistics for M-2 is also reported along with information for M. The information is also shared with the public through the Petroleum Ministry website (http://www.petroleum.nic in).

17 Format for Data Collection of Crude Oil & Natural Gas Company/State Planned Target (TMT- for Crude Oil & MCM for NG) Actual Production (TMT -Crude & MCM –NG) Current Month (M)PrecedingMonth(M1) PSUs On Shore: Off Shore: Pvt./JVs. Pvt./JVs. Onshore Offshore Total (a)Onshore (b)Offshore

18 Data Collection Practices of Refinery Production (In Terms Of Crude Throughput) The Statistics of refinery production of all the 21 refineries( 17 public sector undertakings, 2 private sector and 2 under Joint Ventures) are directly received from all concerned refineries within the 15 days of the following month (M) and the final table are also released along with the provisional monitoring report for the month M-1.The Statistics of refinery production of all the 21 refineries( 17 public sector undertakings, 2 private sector and 2 under Joint Ventures) are directly received from all concerned refineries within the 15 days of the following month (M) and the final table are also released along with the provisional monitoring report for the month M-1.

19 Data Collection of Refinery Production Name of Refineries/ PSU/Pvt. Co./JVs. Planned Target (000 tonnes) Actual Production Current Month (000 Tonnes) Previous Month Previous Month (000 Tonnes) (000 Tonnes) 1. PSUs Refineries 2.Private/JVCRefineries Total

20 Data on Imports, Exports and Consumption (Sales) The monthly Statistics of trade & consumption are collected by Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC).The monthly Statistics of trade & consumption are collected by Petroleum Planning and Analysis Cell (PPAC). This Statistics is strictly for internal use of the Ministry and not disseminated every month to public.This Statistics is strictly for internal use of the Ministry and not disseminated every month to public. Trade & consumption data reconciled once every year and only Annual Statistics are officially released through a priced publication.Trade & consumption data reconciled once every year and only Annual Statistics are officially released through a priced publication. The only exception made is for Joint Oil Data Initiative (JODI) for which the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas data on production, consumption, Import & Export of Crude Oil and selected petroleum products to UNSD.The only exception made is for Joint Oil Data Initiative (JODI) for which the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas data on production, consumption, Import & Export of Crude Oil and selected petroleum products to UNSD. India has been furnishing monthly data in JODI format to UNSD since April, 2001 through .India has been furnishing monthly data in JODI format to UNSD since April, 2001 through .

21 Data on Stocks The stocks data of the oil sector is collected, tabulated and disseminated by the Economic Division, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.The stocks data of the oil sector is collected, tabulated and disseminated by the Economic Division, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas. Since March, 2011, India regularly reporting Stocks data to JODI and also committed to report JODI Gas Data.Since March, 2011, India regularly reporting Stocks data to JODI and also committed to report JODI Gas Data. However, Company-wise information treated confidential, due to certain security instructions of , which inter-alia, stated that overall stocks of individual petroleum products in the country is confidential information.However, Company-wise information treated confidential, due to certain security instructions of , which inter-alia, stated that overall stocks of individual petroleum products in the country is confidential information.

22 Interaction with Data Providers Under the statutory provision all oil companies furnish monthly production statistics to the Ministry.Under the statutory provision all oil companies furnish monthly production statistics to the Ministry. Sales statistics are furnished by the Industry coordinator, on the basis of voluntary disclosure of these figures by the oil marketing companies.Sales statistics are furnished by the Industry coordinator, on the basis of voluntary disclosure of these figures by the oil marketing companies. The Import & Export statistics are primarily collected by the port coordinators deployed by the public sector oil companies and supplied to the PPAC, who after compilation & tabulation furnish the figures to Ministry through FAX, mail & in routine.The Import & Export statistics are primarily collected by the port coordinators deployed by the public sector oil companies and supplied to the PPAC, who after compilation & tabulation furnish the figures to Ministry through FAX, mail & in routine. Data providers are requested for furnishing the statistics on the financial and calendar year basis for the abridged version of annual report named as Basic Statistics on Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics and annual report on Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics.Data providers are requested for furnishing the statistics on the financial and calendar year basis for the abridged version of annual report named as Basic Statistics on Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics and annual report on Indian Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics. In this way production, consumption and trade statistics collection covers the total oil sector.In this way production, consumption and trade statistics collection covers the total oil sector.

23 Users of Oil Data - National & International Purposes The Oil data collection methodology employed is uniform for all purposes whether it is for supply to international or national users.The Oil data collection methodology employed is uniform for all purposes whether it is for supply to international or national users. Government of Indias Ministries/Departments such as Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Statistics & Programme Implementation, Finance, Power, Railway, Planning Commission, Fertilizers & Chemicals etc.Government of Indias Ministries/Departments such as Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Statistics & Programme Implementation, Finance, Power, Railway, Planning Commission, Fertilizers & Chemicals etc. The Statistics of oil sector are also furnished through by the Economic Division, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas for each financial year to the Economic Unit, London, United Kingdom for their yearly edition of the B P Statistical Review of World Energy.The Statistics of oil sector are also furnished through by the Economic Division, Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas for each financial year to the Economic Unit, London, United Kingdom for their yearly edition of the B P Statistical Review of World Energy. The Crude Oil & Oil Products production, Import, Export & Consumption statistics and similar data for Natural Gas are also furnished as and when demanded to Non-OECD countries section, Energy Statistics Division, IEA, Paris (France) through .The Crude Oil & Oil Products production, Import, Export & Consumption statistics and similar data for Natural Gas are also furnished as and when demanded to Non-OECD countries section, Energy Statistics Division, IEA, Paris (France) through . Data are also furnished to Head, Data Services Department, Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Vienna, Austria on specific requisition.Data are also furnished to Head, Data Services Department, Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Vienna, Austria on specific requisition.

24 Positive & Negative Points in Collection Of Data Positive Points Data provided is essential to prepare analytical reports.Data provided is essential to prepare analytical reports. Data published in Annual Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics has vast usage and appreciated at different fora.Data published in Annual Petroleum & Natural Gas Statistics has vast usage and appreciated at different fora. Negative Points Data are not provided on line by the data providers, in excel formatData are not provided on line by the data providers, in excel format Some times delay in receiving the data cause delay in dissemination of information.Some times delay in receiving the data cause delay in dissemination of information. Shortage of staff at Ministry level that constrains detailed cross- checking of data.Shortage of staff at Ministry level that constrains detailed cross- checking of data.

25 Overall Assessment of Monthly Data Collection Overall assessment of collection of monthly data from all data providers is satisfactory and is broadly as per our requirement and data users in different Ministries.Overall assessment of collection of monthly data from all data providers is satisfactory and is broadly as per our requirement and data users in different Ministries. Continuous efforts to fulfill commitments of improving quality of oil and gas statistics for India.Continuous efforts to fulfill commitments of improving quality of oil and gas statistics for India.

26 Suggestion for Improvement in Collection Of Data Extracts from JODI Manual has been sent to all data providers. However, the system has not yet stabilized fully.Extracts from JODI Manual has been sent to all data providers. However, the system has not yet stabilized fully. Suitable Software should be developed so that the data could be collected through online from all data providers.Suitable Software should be developed so that the data could be collected through online from all data providers.

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