Global energy major ExxonMobil and state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) have tied up for oil exploration in India. The two companies will jointly bid for the upcoming Open Acreage Licensing Policy rounds.
The two oil majors signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Tuesday. This will enable them to to “undertake joint technical studies and cooperate in frontier areas like deepwater and other Petroleum Exploration Licence (PEL) blocks of ONGC in the East and West coast and open acreages for joint bidding”.
The recent reduction of gas prices by the central government would lead to state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) lose Rs 1,460 crore revenue from its gas business, rating agency Moody’s said on Thursday. The decline is equal to 0.3% of ONGC’s expected consolidated revenue and around 2% of consolidated earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation for FY20.
State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) on Wednesday said that there is no leakage at its Uran plant days after a gas leak was reported from the facility. The smell of hydrocarbon was felt today early morning that spread due to incessant rains, India’s largest oil and natural gas company said. “At ONGC Uran plant smell of hydrocarbon felt early Morning which was spread due to incessant rains. There is no leakage. All precautionary measures in place.
Two years after acquiring an 80 per cent stake in Gujarat State Petroleum Corporation’s (GSPC) KG Basin gas block, state-run Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) is yet to get complete legal ownership of the block.
Two senior company executives said “the production sharing contract (PSC) of the block is yet to be transferred to ONGC”. The deal was completed in August 2017, for which ONGC paid about ~7,738 crore.
India’s top oil and gas producer ONGC on Friday unveiled a USD 15-16 billion investment plan to double output from its domestic and overseas fields and expand its refining capacity three folds alongside diversification into renewables in a new vision document for 2040.
“The new strategy document aims to transforms ONGC in a new ‘avatar’ in this new energy landscape as a diversified energy company with strong contribution from non-E&P businesses,”
State-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC) on Thursday said it plans to raise up to USD 2 billion in overseas borrowings through a unique and flexible, Singapore-listed debt instrument that provides it with an option to raise funds at short notice. The funds so raised can be used to repay about Rs 15,000 crore of the company’s existing borrowings, fund acquisitions or meet project/asset expenses.
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