Our Major Projects
Ethylene Glycol Project, Paradip Refinery
Project Cost: Rs 5,654 Cr
Benefit: The project will help in consolidating the Polyester business of the corporation by way of producing Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG) which is used to manufacture Polyester fibres, Bottle grade Chips & Polyester film grade chips. In non-Polyester applications, MEG is used to produce Antifreeze, Coolants, Paint formulations & Acrylic binders etc.
Brief Description: This Project envisages recovery of ethylene present in FCC off-gases and then upgrading it to Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG), Di Ethylene Glycol (DEG) and Tri Ethylene Glycol (TEG).
Acrylics/ Oxo-Alcohol Project at Dumad, Gujarat
Project Cost: Rs. 5,251 Cr
Benefit: The project helps to maintain supply-demand of Petrochemical products in North India and to reduce Indian imports of butyl acrylate
Brief Description: Project envisages setting up of the Acrylic Acid (AA) Unit, Normal Butyl Alcohol (NBA) Unit, Syn-Gas Unit and Hydrogen, Butyl Acrylate (BA) Unit & Propylene Recovery Unit (PRU).
R&D-II Campus at Faridabad
Project Cost: Rs. 2,282 Cr
Benefit: To meet the future research and development plans of IndianOil.
Brief Description: The complex is planned as an integrated campus combining the engineering/ technology offices, experimental research & development (R&D) laboratories ,Pilot/ demonstration/ semi commercial scale-up units for development for processes and products for Alternative Energy, petroleum, nanotechnology, Bio technology, petrochemical, catalyst and chemical industries.
Paradip Hyderabad Pipeline Project
Project Cost: Rs 3338 Crore
Brief Description: Project involves laying of 1212 Km pipeline for transportation of petroleum products from Paradip to Hyderabad. Pipeline traverse through states of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. Pumping stations at Paradip & Berhampur (in Odisha); Vizag, Rajahmundry & Vijayawada (in Andhra Pradesh); Delivery facilities at Berhampur (in Odisha), Vizag, Achutapuram, & Vijayawada (in Andhra Pradesh) and Hyderabad (in Telangana) have been envisaged.
Augmentation of Paradip – Haldia – Durgapur LPG Pipeline and its extension up to Patna and Muzaffarpur
Project Cost: Rs 3027.90 Crore
Brief Description: Project involves laying of 918 Km pipeline for transportation of LPG to consumption centre in Bihar. Pipeline traverses through state of West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar. Pumping facilities at Durgapur and Barauni and delivery facilities at LPG bottling plants at Banka, Patna and Muzaffarpur. Durgapur-Banka section of the pipeline has already been commissioned.
Koyali - Ahmednagar - Solapur Pipeline Project
Project Cost: Rs 1945 Crore
Brief Description: Project involves laying of 747 Km pipeline for transportation of petroleum products from Koyali to Solapur. Pipeline traverses through state of Gujarat and Maharashtra. Pumping facilities at Dumad, Songarh and Manmad and delivery facilities at Manmad, Ahmednagar and Solapur have been envisaged.
Ennore-Thiruvallur-Bengaluru-Puducherry-Nagapattinam-Madurai-Tuticorin R-LNG Pipeline Project
Project Cost: Rs 6025 Crore
Brief Description: The Project involves laying of 1,444 km (R-LNG) Pipeline shall traverse through states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and UT of Puducherry. Pumping facilities at Ramanathapuram and delivery of natural gas to various industrial and commercial customers as well as City Gas Distribution above mentioned state/UT are envisaged.
Paradip- Somnathpur-Haldia Pipeline Project
Project Cost: Rs 1297.50 Crore
Brief Description: The project involves laying of 344 km pipeline for transportation of petroleum products from Paradip refinery to Haldia. Pipeline shall traverse through states of Odisha and West Bengal. Pumping facilities at Paradip and delivery facilities at Somnathpur (Odisha) and Haldia are envisaged
Augmentation of Mathura-Tundla Pipeline and its extension for hook-up with Barauni- Kanpur Pipeline
Project Cost: Rs 676 Crore
Brief Description: The project involves laying of 253 km pipeline for transportation of petroleum products from Tundla and connecting with Barauni Kanpur Pipeline in Uttar Pradesh. Pipeline route is entirely in Uttar Pradesh. New pumping facilities at Mathura and Tundla are envisaged
Augmentation of Salaya-Mathura Crude Oil Pipeline System to meet additional crude oil requirement for Koyali Refinery project
Project Cost: Rs 1614 Crore
Brief Description: The project envisages capacity augmentation of Salaya-Mathura Crude Oil Pipeline System to meet additional crude oil requirement for Koyali Refinery project. The augmentation work involves augmenting pumping facilities at 5 locations, storage facilities, and delivery facilities at Koyali refinery, all in Gujarat.
Crude Oil Pipeline in Haldia-Barauni section of Paradip-Haldia-Barauni Pipeline and Conversion of existing twin pipelines from Crude to other services
Project Cost: Rs 3696 Crore
Brief Description: : Project involves laying of 517 km pipeline for capacity augmentation of crude oil pipeline by 5.2 MMTPA for meeting enhanced crude requirement of refineries in eastern part of India. The pipeline passes through states of West Bengal, Jharkhand and Bihar. Upon commissioning of new higher capacity crude oil pipeline, the existing twin Haldia Barauni crude oil pipelines shall be converted to other services.
CGD Standalone (IndianOil)
Brief Description of all CGD projects: The project involves laying, building, operating or expanding city or local natural gas distribution networks which includes supply of Piped Natural Gas (PNG) and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) to domestic, commercial, industrial and transport sector.
Aurangabad, Kaimur & Rohtas Districts GA (Bihar) – 9th Round
Project Cost: Rs. 176 Crore
Bokaro, Hazaribagh & Ramgarh Districts GA (Jharkhand) – 9th Round
Project Cost: Rs. 613 Crore
Rewa District GA (Madhya Pradesh) – 9th Round
Project Cost: Rs. 177 Crore
LPG Import facility at Paradip
Project Cost: Rs. 690.0 Crore
Brief Description: Construction of 0.6 MMTPA Capacity LPG Import Facility at Paradip. Facilities planned are:
- Mounded Storage – 20 TMT each for Propane and Butane within existing LPG Marketing Terminal.
- Cross Country Pipelines – 2 numbers of 16“pipelines between South Oil Jetty and existing Paradip Marketing Terminal (15 kms. approx.).
- Marine Unloading Arms and Sea Water Heating System at South Oil Jetty.
- LPG Blending and dispatch facilities.
Benefits: Augmentation of Import infrastructure: Propane and Butane imported at South Oil Jetty and shall be dispatched to Terminal premises through cross country pipelines and shall be stored in mounded storage vessels being constructed in the terminal. The same shall be blended for production of LPG and thereafter dispatched to various LPG Bottling Plants in Eastern part of India through pipeline and road dispatches.
New Petroleum Storage Grassroot Terminal at Malkapur, Telangana
Project Cost: Rs. 611 crore
Benefit: Decongestion of demand centers in and around Hyderabad, as last terminal on upcoming PHPL (Paradeep Hyderabad Pipeline)
Brief Description: Construction of Grass Root POL ToP at Malkapura, Telangana
Augmentation of LPG Import facility at Kandla
Project Cost: Rs. 588.20 Crore
Benefit: Augmentation of import infrastructure: Propane/ Butane shall be imported at Jetty and shall be dispatched to Terminal premises through cross country pipelines and shall be stored in storage vessels being constructed in the terminal. The same shall be blended for production of LPG and thereafter dispatched through different modes of dispatch like pipeline, rail and road dispatch.
Brief Description: Augmentation of LPG Import Terminal from 0.6 MMTPA to 2.5 MMTPA at Kandla, Gujarat.
Facilities planned are:
- 2 No Refrigerated Propane & Liquid Butane tanks 15000 MTs each including 6 nos In-tank Pumps.
- Provision of other facilities like 2 No Mounded Bullets (600 MT Capacity), Flash Gas Compressor, Boiler etc.
- Provision of Cross Country Pipeline (Propane/Butane) from Jetty to Terminal.
New Petroleum Storage Grassroot Terminal at Motihari, Bihar
Project Cost: Rs. 522 Crore
Benefit: Decongestion of demand centers in and around Motihari, and supply to Nepal Oil Corporation’s locations under strategic partnership between India and Nepal
Brief Description: Construction of Grass Root POL ToP at Motihari, Bihar
New Petroleum Storage Terminal at Silchar, Assam
Project Cost: Rs. 502 crore
Benefit: Resitement of existing non-OISD compliant location at Ramnagar Depot, and to align with Railway infrastructure changes
Brief Description: Development of Facilities at Moinarband (Silchar), Cachar, Assam as Resitement of Ramnagar Depot.