IndianOil continues to lay emphasis on infrastructure development. Towards this end, a number of schemes have been initiated with increasing emphasis on project execution in compressed schedules as per world benchmarking standards. Schemes for improvement and increased profitability through debottlenecking / modifications / introduction of value added products are being taken up in addition to grassroots facilities. Project systems have been streamlined in line with ISO standards.

Project Cost: Rs. 1793.00 crore
Expected Commissioning: Project is delayed due to delay in receipt of Forest Clearance. 2nd stage Forest clearance for the project in Odisha received on 4.9.2013 and in Jharkhand on 8.10.2013. Tree cutting permissions in Odisha (10/14 Divisions and Jharkhand (2 Divisions) is awaited.
Benefit: The proposed pipeline would ensure the evacuation of Paradip Refinery products and uninterrupted supply to major parts of Orissa, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand.
Brief Description: Project consists of laying of 1108 km long product pipeline with intermediate pumping stations at Jatni and New Sambalpur and delivery stations at Jatni, Jharsuguda, Ranchi, Raipur and Korba. The pipeline will be having a telescopic diameter of 18"/14"/12"/10" OD.
Project Cost: Rs. 34,555 crore
Expected Commissioning: October 2015
Benefit: The project will help in partially meeting the deficit in distillates viz. LPG, Naphtha, MS, Jet/Kero, Diesel and other products, in the eastern part of the country. The complex will generate intermediate petrochemicals feedstock.
Brief Description: A 15 MMTPA refinery is being constructed at Paradip in Orissa. The refinery will have, apart from a Crude and Vacuum Distillation Unit, a Hydrocracking Unit, a Delayed Coker Unit and other secondary processing facilities. This will be the most modern refinery in India with a nil-residue production, and the products would meet stringent specifications. IndianOil has taken over 3344 acres of land for the project and necessary infrastructure development jobs prior to setting up of the main refinery are in progress.
Project Cost: Rs. 3150 crore
Expected Commissioning: September 2017
Benefit: The Polypropylene Plant will aid Odisha Govt. in further establishing the Petroleum, Chemicals & Petrochemical Investment Region (PCPIR) at Paradip.
Brief Description: The Project aims to set up a 680 KTA Polypropylene unit at Paradip which will be integrated with ongoing Paradip Refinery. Spheripol Technology from Basell, Italy will be used in the project. The unit will be capable of producing different grades of Polypropylene but will commence with production of only homo grade initially. The major facilities envisaged under the project are Coker LPG Treater unit, Ware House for Polypropylene storage and other associated facilities like Flare, Cooling Tower etc.
Project Cost: Rs. 3076 crore
Expected Commissioning: December 2017
Benefit: The project will help mitigate the problem of shrinkage in demand of High Sulphur Fuel Oil by upgrading Black Oil to higher value products like diesel and LPG which in turn will improve distillates yield of the refinery by about 4-5% wt. It will also produce improved quality diesel, conforming to BS-IV specifications as a measure towards environmental protection.
Brief Description: The project aims to upgrade Black Oil, mainly High Sulphur Fuel Oil to higher value products like diesel and LPG which will lead to subsequent improvement in Gross Refinery Margins. This will be achieved through installation of proven Delayed Coker Unit along with other Treating Units and allied facilities. The proposed unit aims to produce 100% BS-IV specification diesel through installation of CGO treated Unit. The process units envisaged are Delayed Coker Unit (1.7 MMTPA), Coker Gas Oil Treater Unit (1.4 MMTPA), Coker LPG Treater Unit (70 TMTPA). Sulphur Recovery Unit, Sour Water Stripper Unit and Amine Regeneration Unit will be installed as part of the project.
Project Cost: Rs. 1584 crore
Expected Commissioning: 30 months after receipt of statutory clearances
Benefit: With the proposed de-bottlenecking/augmentation of SMPL, the refineries would be in a position to process more crude oil.
Brief Description: The proposal is for enhancing the capacity of Salaya-Viramgam section from 21 MMTPA to 25.0 MMTPA, [Viramgam-Koyali section from 8.5 MMTPA to 9.0 MMTPA, Viramgam-Chaksu section from 13.5 MMTPA to 16.5 MMTPA, Chaksu-Mathura section from 7.5 MMTPA to 9.2 MMTPA and Chaksu-Panipat section from 6 MMTPA to 7.3 MMTPA].
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