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India’s May Refinery Output by Company

June 27, 2012

Following is the table for India’s May refinery production by company from the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas in New Delhi.

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                              May    April    March     Feb.     Jan.     Dec.
                             2012     2012     2012     2012     2012     2011
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                        --------------------Processing YoY%--------------------
Total                        2.9%     0.5%     1.6%     6.2%    -4.6%     0.8%
  Indian Oil Corp.          -4.1%    -4.7%     0.2%     3.5%    -5.9%    -0.4%
  Bharat Petroleum          35.2%    39.6%     8.0%    11.8%     8.8%    34.1%
  Hindustan Petroleum        1.3%   -17.0%    -7.0%    -1.5%   -15.5%   -12.5%
  Chennai Petroleum         -1.3%   -20.0%    -5.5%    -0.9%    -6.3%    -4.8%
  Numaligarh Refinery     -100.0%   -57.5%    -2.9%     5.8%     2.2%    -5.6%
  Mangalore Refinery       -11.2%   -23.0%    -6.1%    10.2%    -2.7%    -1.6%
  Oil & Natural Gas        -36.4%   -44.6%   -26.7%     1.6%    -2.0%    12.9%
  Reliance Industries        1.9%     4.9%     6.6%     8.0%   -10.7%    -4.2%
  Essar Oil                 25.6%    19.2%    10.4%    14.0%     9.0%     0.1%
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                              May    April    March     Feb.     Jan.     Dec.
                             2012     2012     2012     2012     2012     2011
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                        --------------------Processing FYTD%-------------------
Total                        1.8%     0.5%     3.1%     3.4%     3.1%     4.1%
  Indian Oil Corp.          -4.4%    -4.7%     5.0%     5.5%     5.7%     7.2%
  Bharat Petroleum          37.4%    39.6%     4.8%     4.5%     3.8%     3.3%
  Hindustan Petroleum       -7.1%   -17.0%     9.7%    11.7%    13.1%    17.1%
  Chennai Petroleum        -11.2%   -20.0%    -2.2%    -1.9%    -2.0%    -1.5%
  Numaligarh Refinery      -80.0%   -57.5%    25.3%    28.3%    30.8%    34.8%
  Mangalore Refinery       -16.6%   -23.0%     1.0%     1.8%     0.9%     1.4%
  Oil & Natural Gas        -40.7%   -44.6%     1.0%     4.4%     4.9%     5.7%
  Reliance Industries        3.4%     4.9%     2.0%     2.3%     1.7%     3.4%
  Essar Oil                 22.5%    19.2%    -8.3%   -10.0%   -12.2%   -14.6%
                        ----------Processing (millions of metric tons)---------
Total                      14.796   14.081   15.238   14.180   14.532   14.824
  Indian Oil Corp.          4.626    4.551    4.971    4.496    4.636    4.926
  Bharat Petroleum          2.367    2.432    2.018    1.970    1.997    2.062
  Hindustan Petroleum       1.335    1.041    1.466    1.306    1.243    1.289
  Chennai Petroleum         0.841    0.767    0.944    0.882    0.909    0.916
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                              May    April    March     Feb.     Jan.     Dec.
                             2012     2012     2012     2012     2012     2011
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  Numaligarh Refinery       0.000    0.090    0.212    0.218    0.230    0.238
  Mangalore Refinery        1.058    0.767    1.116    1.111    1.116    1.172
  Oil & Natural Gas         0.004    0.004    0.006    0.006    0.006    0.007
  Reliance Industries       3.002    3.002    3.102    2.883    3.011    2.935
  Essar Oil                 1.563    1.427    1.403    1.308    1.383    1.280
                        ---------FYTD Processing (millions of metric tons)-----
Total                      28.877   14.081  169.927  154.909  140.729  126.197
  Indian Oil Corp.          9.177    4.551   55.621   50.651   46.155   41.518
  Bharat Petroleum          4.799    2.432   22.804   20.785   18.815   16.818
  Hindustan Petroleum       2.376    1.041   16.404   14.939   13.633   12.390
  Chennai Petroleum         1.609    0.767   10.565    9.620    8.739    7.830
  Numaligarh Refinery       0.090    0.090    2.825    2.613    2.395    2.165
  Mangalore Refinery        1.824    0.767   12.792   11.677   10.566    9.450
  Oil & Natural Gas         0.008    0.004    0.069    0.064    0.057    0.052
  Reliance Industries       6.003    3.002   35.204   32.321   29.438   26.427
  Essar Oil                 2.990    1.427   13.643   12.240   10.931    9.549

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                              May    April    March     Feb.     Jan.     Dec.
                             2012     2012     2012     2012     2012     2011
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                        ---------% Utilization of installed capacity----------
Total                      101.8%   100.1%   111.8%   111.3%   106.7%   108.8%
  Indian Oil Corp.         100.3%   102.0%   108.0%   104.4%   100.7%   107.0%
  Bharat Petroleum         129.6%   137.6%   110.5%   115.3%   109.4%   112.9%
  Hindustan Petroleum      106.2%    85.6%   116.6%   111.1%    98.9%   102.5%
  Chennai Petroleum         86.1%    81.2%    96.7%    96.6%    93.0%    93.7%
  Numaligarh Refinery        0.0%    36.7%    83.1%    91.7%    90.3%    93.4%
  Mangalore Refinery        83.0%    62.2%   111.1%   118.3%   111.1%   116.7%
  Oil & Natural Gas         54.0%    45.6%    78.3%   105.8%    82.7%   100.0%
  Reliance Industries      107.1%   110.7%   110.7%   110.0%   107.4%   104.7%
  Essar Oil                102.2%    96.5%   157.3%   156.9%   155.0%   143.5%
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Note: Figures are provisional and subject to change.

SOURCE: Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas.

To contact the reporter on this story: Manish Modi in New Delhi at mmodi6@bloomberg.net.

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Marco Babic at mbabic@bloomberg.net.


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