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1 1 Bharat Petroleum

2 2 Presentation Profile 1. BPCL - Profile 2. BPCL - Projects

3 3 Corporate Journey 1890: Asiatic Petroleum formed by Royal Dutch, Shell, Rothschild to market petroleum products in South Asia 1928: Asiatic Petroleum & Burmah Oil formed Burmah-Shell Oil Storage and Distributing Company of India Limited. 1932: Fuelled J.R.D. Tata’s historical flight from Karachi to Bombay 1950: Introduced LPG as a cooking fuel to Indian homes 1955: Mahul Refinery commissioned 1976: Burmah Shell Group of Companies nationalized by the Government of India to form Bharat Refineries Limited (BRL) 1977: BRL rechristened Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. 1992: BPCL was listed on the Bombay stock Exchange 1998: BPCL restructured into SBU set up for customer focus 2004: BPCL figures in “Fortune 500” for the first time 2006: KRL merged with BPCL

4 4 The Company BPCL is a FORTUNE 500 company amongst the four Indian companies in list A Public Sector oil company engaged in refining and marketing of petroleum products. Making foray in upstream sector through stakes in consortia –Have been awarded / have acquired 4 blocks for exploration in India 1 block in Oman 1 block in East Timor 2 blocks in Australia 1 block in North sea

5 5 The Company The second largest marketing company in the country with a market share of 22.4% in Current Share holding pattern –Government – 54.93% –FIIs– 13.32% –Indian FIs– 16.17% –Employees / others – 15.58% As on

6 6 BPCL Group Major JVs Refining 12 MMTPA at Mumbai 7.5 MMTPA At Kochi 3 MMTPA 62.96% holding Marketing Infrastructure Retail Outlets 7,588 Oil storage Installations 33 Oil Storage Depots 63 Tankage (mn kl) 3.05 Aviation stations 20 LPG Plants 47 Pipelines (Kms Incl. CCK) 1676 Group Share in Refining 20 % Group Share in Marketing 22 % As on

7 7 BPCL : Refining 3 Operating Refineries at –Mumbai – 12 MMTPA –Kochi – 7.5 MMTPA –Numaligarh– 3 MMTPA New refinery Project (6 MMTPA) at Bina

8 8 BPCL : Refining 3 crude/Vac/Sec unit trains Secondary processing units –FCC 1 –FCC 2 –Integrated Hydrocracker / LOBS –DHDS, NHDS –Hydrogen – 2 units –Aromatics –Catalytic Reformer –SRU – 4 trains –Bitumen Blowing Mumbai Refinery – 12 MMTPA (240 MBPD)

9 9 BPCL : Refining Kochi Refinery – 7.5 MMTPA (150 MBPD) 2 Crude/Vac units Secondary processing units –FCC –DHDS –Hydrogen –Aromatics –Catalytic Reformer –SRU

10 10 BPCL : Refining Numaligarh Refinery – 3 MMTPA (60 MBPD) 1 crude / Vac Secondary processing units –Hydrocracker –Hydrogen –NHT/CRU/Isom –Delayed Coker –Coke Calcination –Sulphur Block

11 11 BPCL : Marketing Pioneers in –Branded retail outlets –Branded Fuels –Loyalty programmes for customer retention –Convenience stores

12 12 BPCL : Brands Dispense right quantity of pure fuel with Courteous Service & Efficient Fuelling Currently 5302 outlets covering 70% of throughput Convenience retailing - ATMs, Bill payment, Laundry Service, Internet, couriering, top-up groceries and pre-paid SIM cards etc. Currently about 383 stores - Largest chain in India Loyalty program using state-of-the-art “Smart Card” technology with way of fast, convenient and secure payment system Petro Card :1.66 million nos. - Largest loyalty program in India Smart fleet : 0.56 million nos. Value Added Services for Highway Customers especially for Long Haulers Facilities includes Dhaba, Bathrooms, Rest rooms, shops for various accessories for highway users as well as for vehicles 72 outlets selling over 850 kl per month

13 13 BPCL : Brands – Branded Fuels A high performance petrol with multi-functional additives, sourced from Chevron Oronite Co., USA - Currently available in 3215 ROs High Octane high performance petrol with world-class multi- functional additives for high-end “New Generation” vehicles. - Speed 97 launched in January 2005, Currently available in 80 ROs High performance diesel variant with world-class multi-functional additives from Afton Chemicals for diesel engines - Hi Speed launched in July 2004, Currently available in 3216 ROs

14 14 Presentation Profile 1. BPCL - Profile 2. BPCL - Projects

15 15 BPCL : Projects Crude Receipt Facilities at Kochi Refinery –Target Completion Date – May 2007 –Project in advanced stage of completion Facilities –Single Point Mooring for VLCC Tankers SPM Terminal (Bluewater Energy Services) Hoses (Manuli) Offshore pipeline installation (Leighton) –Crude Tank-farm and cross country pipeline

16 16 BPCL : Projects Capacity Expansion & Modernization of Kochi Refinery Phase II –Target Completion Date – September 2009 Facilities UnitCapacityLicensor VGO HDS1.7 MMTPAUOP NHT/CCR0.85 MMTPAUOP Gas Turbine32 MW SWS/ATU/SRUEIL / Delta Hudson

17 17 BPCL : Projects Capacity Expansion & Modernization of Kochi Refinery Phase II –Target Completion Date – September 2009 Major Items for Probable Imports –VGOHDS Reactor / high pressure exchangers / separators –Process Gas Compressors for VGOHDS and CCR –DCS –Heater Burners –Alloy Steel Piping and Fittings –High Temperature Refractory –Instrument/ Analyzers –High Pressure API Pumps / Control Valves

18 18 BPCL : Projects Reside Upgradation at Kochi Refinery –Target Completion Date – April 2010 –Detailed feasibility studies in progress Proposed Configuration –Coker –Hydrocracker –DHDT –Hydrogen –Sulphur block

19 19 BPCL : Projects UnitLicensor Integrated Hydrocracker/DHDT CLG NHT/CCR/IsomUOP HydrogenTechnip CokerABB Lummus Sulphur block and utilities EIL Captive Power plant BHEL Treators/Meroxes To be awarded Effluent Treatement / TTP To be awarded SPM & Crude Tank-farm / pipeline To be awarded 6 MMTPA refinery project at Bina (BORL) Target completion – December 2009

20 20 BPCL : Projects Major Items for Probable Imports –High pressure exchangers/separators –Coker Drums –Process Gas Compressors –DCS and analyzers –Heater Burners –Alloy Steel Piping and Fittings –High Temperature Refractory –High Pressure API Pumps –High Pressure Control Valves 6 MMTPA refinery project at Bina (BORL)

21 21 BPCL : Projects Options –Short term (Stage 1) – upgrade of existing hydro- treating, Hydrogen and Reformer units –Long term - Isom unit Euro IV Fuels Production Target compliance – April 2010

22 22 BPCL : Projects Options –Short term (Stage 1) – upgrade of existing hydro- treating, Hydrogen and Reformer units –Long term - Isom unit Euro IV Fuels Production Target compliance – April 2010

23 23 BPCL : Projects Mumbai Refinery Sea water Desalination for cooling water make-up Residue upgrade Options –IGCC –Flexi Coker Kochi Refinery Energy/environment conservation projects under Clean Development Mechanism at all refineries Manufacturing execution system software (MES) at Kochi refinery Other Opportunities

24 24 BPCL : Projects Product Terminal at Bina –Target Completion Date – September 2009 Proposed facilities –Product transfer pipelines from the refinery –Product storage lakh KL white oil and 7700 MT LPG tankage –Terminal automation –Rail & Road loading facilities

25 25 BPCL : Projects Product Pipeline from Bina to Kota –Target Completion Date – September 2009 Proposed facilities – 18” dia and 280 KM cross-country pipeline –Rail loading facilities at Kota –Dedicated telecommunication system –SCADA

26 26 BPCL : Projects Marketing Product pipeline from Bina to Kota Modernizing Forecourt at Retail outlets –Multi-product dispensers 2500 to 3000 per year –Seamless integration of electronic payment and fueling –Up-gradation of facilities at Retail outlets 1000 ROs per year – enhancing of retail visual identity 1000 ROs per year –Provision of Auto LPG dispensing facilities at ROs –Provision of vapour recovery system at ROs 200 Other Opportunities

27 27 BPCL : Projects Marketing LPG Marketing –LPG import facilities at Uran –LPG pipeline from Kochi -Coimbatore to Madurai –New LPG bottling plants - 6 nos. – Conversion of mechanical corousals to electronic at 30 LPG bottling plants –LPG mounded storage about 60,000 tons at various places in next three years Other Opportunities

28 28 Company Contact Corporate Office Director (Refineries) / Director (Marketing) Bharat Bhavan 1&2 4&6 Currimbhoy Road Ballard Estate, Mumbai Tel : Fax: Mumbai Refinery General Manager In-Charge Refinery Mahul Mumbai Tel : Fax: Kochi Refinery General Manager In-Charge Post Bag No.2, Ambalamugal Ernakulam, Kerala Tel : Fax: Numaligarh Refinery Managing Director, P.O. Numaligarh Refinery Project, Dist.: Golaghat, Assam Tel : Fax:

29 29 www. bharat petroleum. in


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