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1 by B.S. NEGI Member Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board, India 1

2 Oil & Gas Sector Overview  Infrastructure Market Position PNGRB  Regulations Notified  Safety Related regulations Roll out plans  Pipelines  CGD ERDMP  Provisions  Accreditation 2

3 Refining capacity – 148 MMTPA Pipeline infrastructure  Natural Gas –11000 km (including regional Network)  Petroleum Product pipelines – 10000 km CGD networks – 35 cities having gas supply, 13 Cities in Project stage  1.01 million house hold connected  1.12 million vehicle on CNG Total infrastructure inadequate to meet the country’s requirements except oil 3

4 Govt. Controlled Liberalized Mature Nascent OIL GAS MARKETMARKET MARKET OPENING

5 Enforce retail & marketting service obligation Monitor prices & prevent restrictive trade practices Register & Authorise entities Declare pipeline as common / contract carrier Perform other functions entrusted by Central Government Protect consumer interest by fostering fair trade & competition Regulate access & transportation rate on common / contract carrier / CGD network Ensure adequate availability, and equitable distribution Functions of the Board Lay down technical standards, specifications including safety standards Maintain databank of information 5

6 6 S No.RegulationNotified on 1Levy of Fee and Other Charges26-11-2007 2Meetings of the Board26-11-2007 3Appointment of Consultants30-11-2007 4Conduct of Business, receiving and investigation of complaints 30-11-2007 5Authorizing entities to Lay, Build, Operate or Expand City or Local Natural Gas Distribution networks 19-03-2008 6Determination of Network Tariff for CGD Network and Compression Charges for CNG 19-03-2008 7Exclusivity for City or Local Natural Gas Distribution Networks 19-03-2008

7 7 S No.RegulationNotified on 8Authorizing entities to Lay, Build, Operate or Expand Natural Gas Pipelines 06-05-2008 9Affiliate Code of Conduct for Entities Engaged in Marketing of Natural Gas and Laying, Building, Operating or Expanding Natural Gas Pipeline 17-07-2008 10Access Code for Common Carrier or Contract Carrier Natural Gas Pipelines 17-07-2008 11T4S for City or Local Natural Gas Distribution Network 27-08-2008 12Determination of Natural Gas Pipeline Tariff20-11-2008

8 8 S No.RegulationNotified on 13T4S for Natural Gas Pipelines22-8-08 14Emergency Response and Disaster Management Plan18-1-2010 15Declaring pipeline as Common Carrier or Contract Carrier 21-04-09 16Procedure for Standards DevelopmentNotified 17Authorizing entities to Lay, Build, Operate or Expand Petroleum Product Pipelines 1-9-2010 18 Methodology for determination of capacity for pipeline and CGD Networks 7-6-2010 19 Quality of Service for CGD Networks1-9-2010

9 9 S No.RegulationNotified on 20 Determination of Tariff for Petroleum Product pipelines 10-12-2010 21 Access Code for Petroleum Product pipelinesUnder Preparation 22 Integrity Management System for Natural gas Pipelines Under Preparation 23 Integrity Management System for Product Pipelines Under Preparation 24 Integrity Management System for CGDUnder Preparation

10 Sr No. EntityGA(Operating)GAs (Construction) Total 1MGL2-2 2IGL2*2*2*2*4 3Aavantica112 4CUGL2-2 5Green Gas2*2*-2 6Gujarat Gas11*1*2 7MNGCL1-1 8TNGCL1-1 9BGL213 10Sabarmati11 11GAIL1*1*-1 12HPCL1*1*-1 13Gail Gas224

11 Sr No. EntityGA(Operating)GAs (Construction) Total 14Charotar Gas1-1 15VMSS1*1*-1 16Adani Eenergy2*2*6*6*8 17GSPC Gas82*2*10 18Siti Energy101 19Harayana City Gas112 20AGCl Assam44 21GEECL11 22G CGS Kolkata #101 23Saumya DSM101 Total40(35*)16(13* )56(48) *Common GAs# Coal Gas

12 Natural Gas Pipelines  Existing 11000 Km expected to reach 25,000Km within next 4-5 years Product Pipelines  Existing 10,000 Km expected to reach 12,000Km within next 4-5 years LNG Terminals  From existing 2 operating terminals, expected to reach 10 by 4-5 years CGD  Existing 48 GAs expected to reach 100 within next 2 years(2012)  y next 5 years.( 2016) 200 GAs

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14 4/30/2015Email: negi.negi@rediffmail.com14 StateGas SupplyGA in Roll out Plan Connecting P/L Andhra PradeshExisting27RNW, EWPL Arunachal Pradesh 201401Guwahati- Itanagar/Local NW AssamExisting13RNW Bihar201311JHPL, KBPL Chhattisgarh201405SPPL Delhi NCTExisting01HVJ Goa201201GPPL GujaratExisting24HVJ,RNW HaryanaExisting13HVJ

15 4/30/2015Email: negi.negi@rediffmail.com15 StateGas SupplyGA in Roll out Plan Connecting P/L Jharkhand201308JHPL, KBPL J&K201303BSPL Karnataka201231DBPL,CBMPL Kerala201214KCBPL Himanchal Pradesh 201102BNPL MPExisting22HVJ MaharashtraExisting32EWPL,DUPL,RNW Manipur201501RNW Meghalaya201401RNW

16 4/30/2015Email: negi.negi@rediffmail.com16 StateGas SupplyGA in Roll out Plan Connecting P/L Nagaland201401RNW Orissa201310KBPL,SPPL Pondicherry201103EWPL,RNW Punjab201111DNPL,MBPL,BSP L RajasthanExisting14HVJ,MBPL,MBPL Sikkim201501RNW TamilnaduExisting +201127KCPL,CBPL,RN W TripuraExisting01RNW UPExisting47HVJ

17 4/30/2015Email: negi.negi@rediffmail.com17 StateGas SupplyGA in Roll out Plan Connecting P/L Uttarakhand201109HVJ UT-Chandigarh2011o1DNPL UT-Daman201102DUPL West Bengal201211JHPL,KBPL,DKP L

18 Applicability  Hydrocarbon processing units- Refinery, Gas Processing,  Pipelines- Natural Gas, Propane, Butane, LPG  Petroleum Product Pipelines  LNG Terminals  Commercial Petroleum Storage  Bottling Plants  CGD  POL dispensing Stations  Transportation of Petroleum products by road tankers

19  ERDMP Scope  Identification of Emergencies  Mitigation measures attempt to reduce/ eliminate Risks/ Disaster  Develop plans for actions in case of Emergency or Disaster  Response in the event of Emergency or Disaster  Recovery plans- Post Emergency or Disaster  ERDMP Intent  To develop an ERDMP as a ready reckoner for the team to act during any emergency or disaster  To manage an emergency to- provide incidence management organization, prevent casualties, reduce damage, maintain good and effective public relations

20  Contents of ERDMP Regulations  Classification of Emergencies; Regulation-6  Implementation of Schedules; Regulation-7  Consequences of defaults or non-compliance; Regulation-8  Statutory Requirements; Regulation-9  Pre-Emergency planning; Regulation-10  Emergency mitigation measures; Regulation-11  Emergency preparedness measures; Regulation-12  Emergency response procedures and measures; Regulation-13  Emergency organization and responsibilities; Regulation-14  Infrastructure requirements; Regulation-15  Declaration of on-site and off-site emergency; Regulation-16

21  Contents of ERDMP Regulations contd…  Resources for controlling Emergencies; Regulation-17  Demographic information; Regulation-18  Medical facilities; Regulation-19  Evacuation; Regulation-20  Public relations and information to public; Regulation-21  Reporting of the incidence; Regulation-23  Emergency recovery procedures; Regulation-26  ERDMP for Tank trucks and Pipelines carrying petroleum products; Regulation-27  Integration of the ERDMP with NDMA guidelines and action plan; Regulation-29  Security threat plan and action plan to meet the eventualities; Regulation-30

22 The Regulations  Code of Practice for Emergency Response and Disaster management Plan  Various Regulations  Various Schedules  Schedule-I; Implementation Schedule (Reg. 7)  Schedule-II; List of relevant statutes on management of Hazardous substances (Reg.9(1))  Schedule-III; Basic Requirements of ERDMP(Reg.11.1)  Schedule-IV; Resources Mobilization (Men and Equipments)(Reg.11.2)  Schedule-V; Roles and Responsibilities of various stakeholders(Reg.22.0)  Schedule-VI; Incidence reporting Format (Reg. 23.0)  Schedule-VII; ERDMP for Pipelines carrying Petroleum Products(Reg.27.0)

23 The Schedules Contd…  Schedule-VIII; Incidence reporting Format(Reg.28.1)  Schedule-IX; ERDMP for Pipelines carrying Petroleum Products(Reg.28.2)  Various Chick Lists  Check List-I; Emergency Response and Disaster Management Plan Hazards Identification( Reg.10.1(d))  Check List-II; Incident Prevention Measures (Reg.11.3(xii))  Check List-III; Mutual Aid and Mock-drills ( Reg.12.1(j))  Check List-IV;ERDMP Resource Measures/ Infrastructure(Reg.13.0)  Check List-V; Review and Updation of ERDMP(Reg.14.2.1(a))  Check List-VI; Availability of Resources(Internal/External) (Reg.17.0(5))  Check List-VII;ERDMP Recovery Measures (Reg.26.0(2))

24 Preparation of ERDMP document by concerned entity  Applicability as per Regulation-3  Format given in ERDMP Regulations Accreditation by TPA approved by PNGRB  On the recommendation of QCI Check list for TPA 1.Check-list the related Regulations applicable to an entity as specified in Regulation-3 2.ERDMP Document prepared by entity is ( Conformity with provisions of concerned ERDMP Regulations( as check-listed at (1) above) 3.Check for the contents in the ERDMP document w.r.t. Regulations listed at (1) above 4.Does in TPA’s opinion the ERDMP document prepared by the entity meet the intent of the Regulations ?


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