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Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
Posted On: 23 JUN 2020 10:18AM by PIB Delhi
Production of Crude Oil

Crude oil production[1] during May, 2020 was 2602.40 TMT which is 3.46% lower than
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target and 7.06% lower when compared with May 2019. Cumulative crude oil production during April-May, 2020 was 5148.22 TMT which is 2.47% and 6.71% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. Unit-wise and State-wise crude oil production is given at Annexure-I. Unit-wise crude oil production for the month of May, 2020 and cumulatively for the period April-May, 2020 vis-à-vis same period of last year has been shown in Table-1 and month-wise in Figure-1.
Table-1: Crude Oil Production (in TMT)
Oil Company
Target
May (Month)
April-May (Cumulative)
2020-21 (Apr-Mar)
2020-21
2019-20
% over last year
2020-21
2019-20
% over last year
Target
Prod.*
Prod.
Target
Prod.*
Prod.
ONGC
20931.54
1760.46
1719.12
1759.50
97.71
3453.29
3400.89
3450.28
98.57
OIL
3268.00
261.26
256.45
273.95
93.61
511.78
504.70
539.16
93.61
PSC Fields
8265.00
673.84
626.84
766.60
81.77
1313.52
1242.63
1529.15
81.26
Total
32464.53
2695.56
2602.40
2800.05
92.94
5278.59
5148.22
5518.60
93.29
Note: 1. Target for the year 2020-21 is provisional, subject to finalization. *: Provisional
2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off.

Figure-1: Monthly Crude Oil Production

Unit-wise production details with reasons for shortfall are as under:

Crude oil production by ONGC in nomination block during May, 2020 was 1719.12 TMT which is 2.35% lower when compared with May, 2019 and 2.29% lower than the target for the month. Cumulative crude oil production by ONGC during April-May, 2020 was 3400.89 TMT which is 1.52% and 1.43% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. Reasons for shortfall in production are as under:

Closure of wells in Western Offshore due to of less offtake by M/s GAIL due to Covid-19 Lockdown.
Restriction of movements for field operations in Onshore fields due to Covid-19 lockdown.

Crude oil production by OIL in the nomination during May, 2020 was 256.45 TMT which is 1.84% lower than the monthly target and 6.39% lower than the May, 2019. Cumulative crude oil production by OIL during April-May, 2019-20 was 504.70 TMT which is 1.38% and 6.39% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. Reasons for shortfall in production are as under:

Less than planned contribution from workover and drilling wells.
Rise in water cut and decline in liquid production from existing wells.
Loss of production due to nationwide lockdown for COVID-19 Pandemic.
Loss of production due the blow out incident at BGN#5 on 27th May, 2020.

Crude oil production by Pvt/JVs in the PSC regime during May, 2020 was 626.84 TMT which is lower by 6.98% than the monthly target and 18.23% lower than May, 2019. Cumulative crude oil production by Pvt/JVs during April-May, 2020 was 1242.63 TMT which is 5.40% and 18.74% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. Reasons for shortfall in production are as under:

RJ-ON-90/1: (i) Mangala: Delay in workover wells and production optimization jobs due to COVID 19 impact. (ii) Bhagyam: Artificial lift (PCP) malfunction & delayed startup of full field polymer injection. (iii) Aishwarya: Delayed startup of polymer injection full field. (iv) ABH: Delay in hook-up of ABH Stage-2 wells. (v) Satellite Fields: Failure or flow cease in few wells. (CEIL)
CB-ONN-2000/1: 01 well shut-in due to subsurface pump failure. 03 Wells shut in due non availability of effective demulsifier. 01 well shut-in as precautionary measure due to security staff detected COVID-19 positive. (GSPC)
AAP-ON-94/1: Low consumer demand. (HOEC)
BAKROL: Impact on workforce due to COVID-19 affected optimal well running hours and Processing of crude oil. (SELAN)
Production of Natural Gas

Natural gas production during May, 2020 was 2300 MMSCM which is 11.32% lower than the monthly target and 16.02% lower when compared with May, 2019. Cumulative natural gas production during April-May, 2020 was 4461.33 MMSCM which is 11.11% and 17.30% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. Unit-wise and state-wise natural gas production is given at Annexure-II. Unit-wise natural gas production for the month of May, 2020 and cumulatively for the period April-May, 2020 vis-à-vis same period of last year has been shown in Table-2 and month-wise in Figure-2.
Table-2: Natural Gas Production ( in MMSCM)
Oil Company
Target
May (Month)
April-May (Cumulative)
2020-21 (Apr-Mar)
2020-21
2019-20
% over last year
2020-21
2019-20
% over last year
Target
Prod.*
Prod.
Target
Prod.*
Prod.
ONGC
24437.08
2046.20
1805.94
2082.33
86.73
4023.62
3531.63
4120.04
85.72
OIL
3181.54
263.32
228.23
230.89
98.85
475.21
430.28
455.38
94.49
PSC Fields
6826.82
284.17
265.83
425.64
62.45
520.19
499.42
819.34
60.95
Total
34445.44
2593.69
2300.00
2738.87
83.98
5019.01
4461.33
5394.76
82.70
Note: 1. Target for the year 2020-21 is provisional, subject to finalization. *: Provisional
2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off.


Figure-2: Monthly Natural Gas Production

Natural gas production by ONGC in the nomination during May, 2020 was 1805.94 MMSCM which is 11.74% lower than target and 13.27% lower when compared with May 2019. Cumulative natural gas production by ONGC during April-May, 2020 was 3531.63 MMSCM which is 12.23% and 14.28% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. Reasons for shortfall in production are as under:

Closure of gas wells in offshore due to less offtake by M/s GAIL in Western Offshore and by M/s GPPC in Eastern Offshore due to Covid-19 Lockdown.
Restricted/ no gas off take by consumers in onshore due to Covid-19 lockdown.

Natural gas production by OIL in the nomination during May, 2020 was 228.23 MMSCM which is 13.33% lower than monthly target and 1.15% lower than May, 2019. Cumulative natural gas production by OIL during April-May, 2020 was 430.28 MMSCM which is 9.45% and 5.51% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. Reasons for shortfall in production are as under:

Loss of potential in Deohal area due to presence of CO2 in production stream.
Low demand of gas by the customer.
Consequential loss due to effect of bandh/blockades
Loss of production due the blow out incident at BGN#5 on 27th May, 2020.

Natural gas production by Pvt/JVs in the PSC regime during May, 2020 was 265.83 MMSCM which is 6.45% lower than monthly target and 37.55% lower than May, 2019. Cumulative natural gas production by Pvt/JVs during April-May, 2020 was 499.42 MMSCM which is 3.99% and 39.05% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. . Reasons for shortfall in production are as under:

KG-DWN-98/2: U3-B well was closed due to less consumer demand due to lockdown. (ONGC)
RJ-ON/6: Less offtake by buyer. (FEL)
RANIGUNJ SOUTH: Due to Covid-19, company has choked the production due to lower offtake of Gas by many of our customers as they have stopped operating their plant which has adversely impacted our CBM gas sales. (GEECL)
PY-1 & AAP-ON-94/1: Low consumer demand. (HOEC)


Crude Oil Processed (Crude Throughput)

Crude Oil Processed during May, 2020 was 16347.13 TMT which is 22.88% lower than the target for the month and 24.24% lower when compared with May, 2019. Cumulative crude throughput during April-May, 2020 was 31092.30 TMT which is 22.47% and 26.46% lower than target for the period and crude throughput during corresponding period of last year respectively. Refinery-wise details of the crude throughput and capacity utilization during the month of May, 2020 vis-à-vis May, 2019 are given at Annexures-III and Annexures -IV. Company-wise crude throughput for the month of May, 2020 and cumulatively for the period April-May, 2019-20 vis-à-Vis same period of last year has been shown in Table-3 and month-wise in Figure-3.




Table 3: Crude Oil Processed (Crude Throughput) (in TMT)
Oil Company
Target
May (Month)
April-May (Cumulative)
2020-21 (Apr-Mar)
2020-21
2019-20
% over last year
2020-21
2019-20
% over last year
Target
Prod.*
Prod.
Target
Prod.*
Prod.
CPSE
148031.12
12066.36
8380.68
11896.24
70.45
22058.72
15484.44
23159.56
66.86
IOCL
72499.86
6307.49
4310.90
5926.70
72.74
10981.63
7357.03
11461.14
64.19
BPCL
30499.95
2517.67
1583.46
2760.62
57.36
5102.09
3167.22
5333.85
59.38
HPCL
17867.47
1556.59
1267.17
1351.27
93.78
3062.96
2591.14
2441.14
106.14
CPCL
9000.00
450.00
441.20
904.24
48.79
750.00
748.81
1744.15
42.93
NRL
2700.00
229.00
205.77
223.31
92.14
451.00
375.50
464.01
80.93
MRPL
15400.00
1000.00
565.89
722.30
78.35
1700.00
1236.54
1701.29
72.68
ONGC
63.83
5.61
6.29
7.81
80.59
11.03
8.21
14.00
58.65
JVs
14772.00
1236.00
1093.21
1787.38
61.16
2433.00
2018.35
3509.03
57.52
BORL
7800.00
660.00
440.07
704.56
62.46
1300.00
772.36
1375.62
56.15
HMEL
6972.00
576.00
653.14
1082.82
60.32
1133.00
1245.99
2133.42
58.40
Private
89515.16
7894.24
6873.24
7894.24
87.07
15612.32
13589.52
15612.32
87.04
RIL
68894.99
6137.46
5312.29
6137.46
86.56
12143.46
10626.79
12143.46
87.51
EOL
20620.18
1756.77
1560.94
1756.77
88.85
3468.86
2962.73
3468.86
85.41
TOTAL
252318.28
21196.60
16347.13
21577.85
75.76
40104.04
31092.30
42280.91
73.54
Note: 1. Target for the year 2020-21 is provisional, subject to finalization. *: Provisional
2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off.


Figure 3: Crude Oil Processed (Crude Throughput)
CPSE Refineries’ crude oil processed during May, 2020 was 8380.68 TMT which is 30.55% lower than the target for the month and 29.55% lower when compared with May, 2019. Cumulative crude throughput by CPSE refineries during April-May, 2020 was 15484.44 TMT which is 29.80% and 33.14% lower than target for the period and crude throughput during corresponding period of last year respectively. The major reason for lower crude oil processed is due to lower demand due to impact of COVID-19 lockdown.

3.2 JV refineries’ crude oil processed during May, 2020 was 1093.21 TMT which is 11.55% lower than the target for the month and 38.84% lower when compared with May, 2019. Cumulative crude throughput during April-May, 2020 was 2018.35 TMT which is 17.04% and 42.48% lower than target for the period and crude throughput during corresponding period of last year respectively.
3.3 Private refineries’ crude oil processed during May, 2020 was 6873.24 TMT which is 12.93% lower than the corresponding month of last year. Cumulative crude throughput during April-May, 2020 was 13589.52 TMT which is 12.96% lower than the corresponding period of last year.

Production of Petroleum Products

Refinery production of Petroleum Products during May, 2020 was 17281.78 TMT which is 20.15% lower than the target for the month and 21.26% lower when compared with May, 2019. Cumulative production during April-May, 2020 was 33241.59 TMT which is 18.98% and 22.68% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. Unit-wise production of petroleum products is given at Annexure-V. Company-wise production for the month of May, 2020 and cumulatively for the period April-May, 2020 vis-à-Vis same period of last year has been shown in Table-4 and month-wise in Figure-4.

Table 4: Refinery Production (TMT)
Oil Company
Target
May (Month)
April-May (Cumulative)
2020-21 (Apr-Mar)
2020-21
2019-20
% over last year
2020-21
2019-20
% over last year
Target
Prod.*
Prod.
Target
Prod.*
Prod.
CPSE
139203.86
11368.42
7916.33
11094.12
71.36
20852.51
14537.39
21666.64
67.10
IOCL
68912.87
6006.95
4021.88
5716.06
70.36
10481.51
6910.66
10899.33
63.40
BPCL
28965.13
2391.66
1539.50
2467.62
62.39
4862.16
3020.35
4883.72
61.85
HPCL
16438.97
1434.59
1228.45
1251.54
98.16
2823.05
2497.32
2252.71
110.86
CPCL
8278.87
396.37
409.71
792.68
51.69
659.13
657.68
1578.95
41.65
NRL
2660.91
226.00
207.94
217.69
95.52
444.70
379.69
437.42
86.80
MRPL
13887.11
907.58
502.94
641.37
78.42
1571.58
1063.93
1601.52
66.43
ONGC
60.00
5.27
5.90
7.15
82.44
10.37
7.77
12.98
59.83
JVs
13590.40
1136.48
1018.94
1651.60
61.69
2237.40
1845.09
3263.17
56.54
BORL
6958.40
588.48
364.13
638.12
57.06
1159.40
595.83
1243.81
47.90
HMEL
6632.00
548.00
654.81
1013.48
64.61
1078.00
1249.26
2019.36
61.86
Private
102154.50
8794.37
8028.62
8794.37
91.29
17239.31
16245.14
17239.31
94.23
RIL
82374.12
7133.51
6537.38
7133.51
91.64
13924.39
13306.36
13924.39
95.56
NEL
19780.38
1660.85
1491.24
1660.85
89.79
3314.92
2938.78
3314.92
88.65
Total Refinery
254948.76
21299.26
16963.89
21540.08
78.75
40329.22
32627.62
42169.12
77.37
Fractionators
4572.73
342.30
317.89
407.36
78.04
701.71
613.97
823.43
74.56
TOTAL
259521.49
21641.57
17281.78
21947.44
78.74
41030.92
33241.59
42992.55
77.32
Note: 1. Target for the year 2020-21 is provisional, subject to finalization. *: Provisional
2. Totals may not tally due to rounding off.


Figure 4: Monthly Refinery Production of Petorleum Products

Production of petroleum Products by CPSE Refineries during May, 2020 was 7916.33 TMT which is 30.37% lower than the target for the month and 28.64% lower when compared with May, 2019. Cumulative production by CPSE refineries during April-May, 2020 was 14537.39 TMT which is 30.28% and 32.90% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively. The major reason for lower production of petroleum products is lower due to lower demand due to impact of COVID-19 lockdown.

4.2 Production of petroleum Products by JV refineries during May, 2020 was 1018.94 TMT which is 10.34% lower than the target for the month and 38.31% lower when compared with May, 2019. Cumulative production by JVs refineries during April-May, 2020 was 1845.09 TMT which is 17.53% and 43.46% lower than target for the period and production during corresponding period of last year respectively.
4.3 Production of petroleum Products by private refineries during May, 2020 was 8028.62 TMT which is 8.71% lower than the corresponding month of last year. Cumulative production by private refineries during April-May, 2020 was 16245.14 TMT which is 5.77% lower than the target as well as corresponding period of last year.

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नए रूट में ट्रेनें 13 किमी अधिक चलेगी। महानंदा एक्सप्रेस अलीपुरद्वार से दिल्ली तक की 1655 किमी की दूरी पूर्व की तरह ही 37.15 घंटे में पूरी करेगी। ट्रेन की औसत स्पीड पूर्व की तुलना में बढ़ा कर 44.43 किमी प्रतिघंटा कर दी जाएगी। कंचनकन्या एक्सप्रेस की औसत स्पीड में भी इज़ाफ़ा किया जा रहा है। उन्होंने बताया कि नई समय सारिणी को महानंदा एक्सप्रेस के रूट से जुड़े सभी चार ज़ोन के साथ रेलवे बोर्ड की भी सहमति मिल चुकी है। उन्होंने बताया कि रूट डायवर्ट करने के बाद भी किसी भी स्टेशन पर ट्रेन 15483 के समय में कोई परिवर्तन नही किया गया है। ट्रेन 15484 के समय में अलुआबाड़ी रोड स्टेशन के लिए आंशिक परिवर्तन किये गए है। उन्होंने बताया कि कंचनकन्या एक्सप्रेस के डायवर्जन व नए ठहरावों को भी संबंधित ज़ोन व रेलवे बोर्ड की मंजूरी मिल गयी है।ठाकुरगंज के यात्रियों की 9 वर्ष पुरानी मांग हुई पूरीमहानंदा एक्सप्रेस व कंचनकन्या एक्सप्रेस के डायवर्जन से ठाकुरगंज के यात्रियों की 9 वर्ष पुरानी मांग पूरी हुई है। ठाकुरगंज निवासी विजय प्रभाकर ने बताया कि महानंदा एक्सप्रेस के ठाकुरगंज होकर चलने व ठहराव से न सिर्फ दोआर्स इलाके से ठाकुरगंज जुड़ जाएगा बल्कि सिलीगुड़ी, किशनगंज की शार्ट ट्रिप के लिए भी अतिरिक्त सेवा उपलब्ध हो सकेगी। उन्होंने कहा कि यात्रियो को सुबह करीब 6.30 बजे सिलीगुड़ी जाने व रात्रि 8 बजे सिलीगुड़ी से वापसी की ट्रेन उपलब्ध होने से बहुत लाभ होगा।
पीडीडीयू स्टेशन से रवाना होने वाली ट्रेनों पर कोहरे का प्रकोप जारी है। इससे यात्रियों की परेशान थमने का नाम ले रहा। ट्रेनों के निरस्त व विलंबित होने का क्रम जारी रहने से यात्री परेशान है। इस क्रम में शनिवार को भी रेल प्रशासन ने कोहरे के कारण 16 ट्रेनों को निरस्त कर दिया है। इसके अलावा राजधानी सहित कई ट्रेनें लेट से रवाना हुई।
कोहरे का प्रकोप यात्रियों को मुश्किल में डाल दिया है। लगभग डेढ़ माह से अधिक समय बीत जाने के बाद भी ट्रेनों के परिचालन में किसी प्रकार का सुधार होता नहीं दिख रहा है। इससे यात्रियों को ट्रेनों में सफर करना काफी मंहगा पड़ रहा है। सबसे ज्यादा परेशानी विलंबित ट्रेनों के प्रतीक्षारत यात्रियों को हो रही
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है। ठंड व गलन में परेशान यात्री ट्रेनों की ओर टकटकी लगाये रहते है। इस क्रम में शनिवार को को भी रेल प्रशासन ने 16 ट्रेनों को निरस्त कर दिया। इसके अलावा कई ट्रेनों काफी विलंब से रवाना हुई।
शनिवार को निरस्त डाउन की ट्रेनें
11106 स्वतंत्रता सेनानी एक्सप्रेस
12370 हरिद्वार हावड़ा
12506 नार्थईस्ट एक्सप्रेस
14224 बुधपूर्णिमा एक्सप्रेस
15484 महानंदा एक्सप्रेस
13152 जम्मूतवी एक्सप्रेस
13484 फरक्का एक्सप्रेस
13008 तूफान मेल
12988 अजमेर सियालदह
13258 जनसाधारण एक्सप्रेस
निरस्त अप की ट्रेनें
12327 उपासना एक्सप्रेस
13007 तूफान मेल
12987 अजमेर सियालदह
13151 जम्मूतवी एक्सप्रेस
14223 बुधपूर्णिमा एक्सप्रेस
15483 महानंदा एक्सप्रेस
निर्धारित स्टेशन से रवाना हुई अप की ट्रेनें
22812 भुवनेश्वर राजधानी ...............06घंटा
12314 सियालदह राजधानी..................02 घंटा
पीडीडीयू स्टेशन से रवाना हुई डाउन की विलंबित ट्रेनें
12818 हटिया एक्सप्रेस......................05 घंटा
20802 मगध एक्सप्रेस......................03 घंटा
12372 जैसलमेर एक्सप्रेस ................04 घंटा
12308 जोधपुर हावड़ा......................02 घंटा
13238 कोअज्ञ पटना ......................03 घंटा
15548 अंत्योदय एक्सप्रेस.................05घंटा
15956 ब्रह्मपुत्र मेल ........................02 घंटा
अप की विलंबित ट्रेनें
22823 भुवनेश्वर राजधानी................05घंटा
पीडीडीयू स्टेशन से गुजरने वाली ट्रेनों पर कोहरे से ट्रेनों का परिचालन अस्त व्यस्त हो गया है। इससे ट्रेनों के निरस्त व विलंबित रहने का क्रम जारी है। यात्रियों की फजीहत कम होने का नाम नहीं ले रही है। कई ट्रेनें शुक्रवार को भी काफी विलंब से रवाना हुई। वहीं शनिवार को कोहरे के कारण 17 ट्रेनों को निरस्त कर दिया गया। इससे यात्रियों की परेशानी और बढ़ जाएगी।
कोहरे के कारण ट्रेनों के परिचालन में किसी तरह का सुधार देखने को नहीं मिल रहा। लगभग डेढ़ माह से ट्रेनों के निरस्त व विलंबित होने का यात्री दंश झेल रहे हैं। रेलवे स्टेशन पर विलंबित ट्रेनों का
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में ठिठुरते हुए घंटों इंतजार करना पड़ रहा है। वहीं ट्रेनों के निरस्त होने पर पहले से आरक्षित
टिकट कराए यात्रियों को निराशा हाथ लग रही है। रेल प्रशासन मौसम की मार के आगे पूरी तरह बेबस दिख रहा है। ट्रेनों के परिचालन में किसी तरह का सुधार नहीं होने से यात्रियों में जबरदस्त नाराजगी भी देखने को मिल रही है।
इनसेट :
आज निरस्त डाउन की ट्रेनें :
12370 हावड़ा हरिद्वार एक्सप्रेस
13008 तूफान मेल
14224 बुधपूर्णिमा एक्सप्रेस
15484 महानंदा एक्सप्रेस
13152 जम्मूतवी एक्सप्रेस
12988 अजमेर सियालदह
13484 फरक्का एक्सप्रेस
11106 स्वतंत्रता सेनानी एक्सप्रेस
12506 नार्थ ईस्ट एक्सप्रेस
13258 जनसाधारण एक्सप्रेस
निरस्त अप की ट्रेनें :
12327 उपासना एक्सप्रेस
13007 तूफान मेल
13151 जम्मूतवी एक्सप्रेस
14223 बुधपूर्णिमा एक्सप्रेस
13483 फरक्का एक्सप्रेस
15483 महानंदा एक्सप्रेस
12987 अजमेर सियालदह
पीडीडीयू स्टेशन से रवाना विलंबित डाउन ट्रेनें :
12947 अजीमाबाद एक्सप्रेस .......... 04 घंटा
12359 दुर्गयान एक्सप्रेस ................04:30 घंटा
12495 प्रताप एक्सप्रेस ..................04:30 घंटा
12392 श्रमजीवी एक्सप्रेस ..............05 घंटा
13258 जनसाधारण एक्सप्रेस ..........04 घंटा
13202 जनता एक्सप्रेस ..................04:30 घंटा
Jan 15 (01:41) Northeast Frontier Railway cancels several trains (nenow.in)
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Due to upcoming foggy season, the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR) has been decided to cancel several trains with effect from January 15-February 2.The NFR on its Twitter handle said 15483 (Alipurduar Jn.-Delhi) Sikkim Mahananda Express, scheduled to leave from Alipurduar Jn. on January 15 to January 31, will remain cancelled between Alipurduar Jn.-Delhi.
Besides, 15484 (Delhi-Alipurduar Jn.) Sikkim Mahananda Express, scheduled to leave from Delhi on January 17 to February 2 will remain cancelled between Delhi-Alipurduar Jn.“Inconvenience caused to the passengers is regretted,” said General Manager (Operations), NFR. In another notice, the NFR authority informed that due to interruption of rail communication between Dibrugarh – New Tinsukia/Tinsukia section of Tinsukia Division, a large number of trains will remain cancelled/partial cancelled/diverted.
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