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Monday, June 28, 2010

Fwd: Releases.........pt3



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From: Press Information Bureau Ministry of I&B <pib.kolkata@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, Jun 28, 2010 at 3:56 PM
Subject: Releases.........pt3

Press Information Bureau

Government of India

* * * * * *

Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports

Cycling Velodrome Set to Open Tomorrow

New Delhi: June 28, 2010

 

Dr. M. S Gill, Union Minister for Youth Affairs & Sports will inaugurate the newly built Cycling Velodrome here tomorrow in the presence of Smt. Sheila Dikshit, Chief Minister of Delhi, and Shri Suresh Kalmadi, Chairman, Organising Committee, Commonwealth Games, 2010.  The new velodrome is constructed at the cost of Rs. 150 crore to suit the latest international requirements of Track events for Commonwealth Games.  It is fully covered, air-conditioned and has 250 m long Timber Track with a seating capacity of 3800.

The new look Velodrome is the first of its kind in the country, which has Timber Cycling Track and meets all the international standards including 2200 Lux Level Sports Lighting and Public Address System with state of the art line array speakers for concert level sound requirements.

            The entire stadium with its unique structural system, unique geometry of seating bowl, state-of-the-art Electrical and Mechanical services and marvelous architectural features, is constructed in a record time of 17 months by Central Public Works Department (CPWD).  The Velodrome has been certified by UCI (International Cycling federation) as Category 1 Cycling Velodrome.  In his communication to the Sports Authority of India (SAI), UCI Honorary Vice President, Mr. Ray Godkin has said

 "The Delhi Velodrome is an absolutely marvelous facility of the highest standard and on completion probably would only be surpassed by the Beijing Olympic Veloderome". 

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF FACILITIES

Built at a cost of Rs. 150 crore.

Seating Capacity 3800

Comprising of Ground Floor, First Floor, Second Floor, Seating arena and playing arena.

Field of Play- 7m wide,250 m long Timber Cycling track with 4 m safety zone made of Siberian Pine Wood.

Roofing  – A unique felt bat type roofing covering the entire Velodrome with Galvalume radially cut sheeting in two layers separated by Rockwool thermal insulation.

Sports lighting for 2200 lux suitable for HDTV transmission.

Equipped with Green Building features like thermal insulation of entire roof, gypsum board partitions and wall panelings, energy efficient lighting fixtures etc.

The entire stadium will be under electronic surveillance through fixed and PTZ cameras connected to central control room, which will have integrated network for connecting various facilities, to meet the operational requirements of various tournaments.

 

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Press Information Bureau

Government of India

* * * * * *

Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas

Production of Crude Oil and Natural Gas in May, 2010

New Delhi: June 28, 2010

 

 

   A. CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION (MMT) – PERFORMANCE

Month / Period

Planned Target

 

Actual

Production

%age achieve-ment

Surplus(+)

Shortfall(-)

Vis-à-vis target

Surplus(+)

Shortfall(-)

Over last year

May, 2010*

3.099

2.945

95.0

-5.0

5.8%

April-May, 2010*

5.948

5.816

97.8

-2.2

5.5%

April-May, 2009

 

5.513

 

 

 

MMT: Million Metric Tonnes.                                                                                                   *: Provisional.

 

B. COMPANY-WISE ACHIEVEMENT

Company / State

Planned Target

(MMT)

Actual Production

(MMT)

%age achieve-

ment

Surplus(+)

Shortfall(-)

ONGC

2.145

2.024

94.4

-5.6%

  Gujarat

0.502

0.494

98.4

 

  Assam

0.110

0.084

76.4

 

  Andhra Pradesh

0.025

0.026

104

 

  Tamil Nadu

0.020

0.019

95

 

  Mumbai Region (incl Mumbai High)

1.488

1.401

94.2

 

OIL

0.310

0.230

74.2

-25.8%

  Assam

0.308

0.228

74

 

  Arunachal Pradesh

0.002

0.002

100

 

PRIVATE/JVC

0.644

0.691

107.3

7.3%

TOTAL

3.099

2.945

95.0

-5.0%

 

C. REASONS FOR SHORTFALL

Company / State

Reasons for shortfall

ONGC (Gujarat)

Increasing water cut trend.

ONGC (Assam)

Shutdown at NRL(Numaligarh Refinery).  Due to lack of Ullage(space to store produced oil), Production was cut down from 29.04.2010 onwards.

ONGC (Tamil Nadu)

Less Oil Production from SRP wells on account of load shedding by M/s TNEB.

ONGC (Mumbai High Offshore)

Less oil gain than planned from completed side track and development wells.

OIL (Assam)

Loss due to ullage problem consequent upon shutdown of Numaligarh refinery Ltd. from 16.3.2010

A statement showing Crude Oil Production during May, 2010 and cumulatively for the period April-May,2010 vis-à-vis planned production is at Annexure-I.

 

A. REFINERY PRODUCTION (MMT)

             (IN TERMS OF CRUDE THROUGHPUT)

Month / Period

Planned Target

Actual

Production

%age achieve-ment

Surplus(+)

Shortfall(-)

Vis-a-vis target

Surplus(+)

Shortfall(-)

Over last year

May, 2010*

12.917

13.753

106.5

6.5%

7.7%

April-May, 2010*

25.841

26.889

104.1

4.1%

8.0

April-May, 2009

 

25.238

 

 

 

*: Provisional.

 

         The crude throughput of IOC (Guwahati, Haldia, Bongaigaon, Barauni, Digboi, Mathura, and Panipat), BPCL (Mumbai & Kochi), HPCL (Visakh), RPL (Jamnagar) and EOL (Vadinar) refineries have exceeded their planned target during the month under review. 

        

         The crude throughput in IOC (Koyali), HPCL (Mumbai), CPCL (Manali & Narimanam), MRPL(Mangalore), ONGC (Tatipaka) & NRL (Numaligarh) refinery was less than the target.

 

B. REASONS FOR SHORTFALL :

Company / State

Reasons for shortfall

IOCL Koyali

Less crude throughput due to lack of demand of black oils and non-availability of racks for evacuation of black-oils.

HPCL Mumbai

Deferment of 45 days CDU-II shutdown.

 

         A statement showing refinery-wise production during the month of May, 2010 and cumulatively for the period April-May, 2010 vis-à-vis planned target is at Annexure-II.

 

REFINERY CAPACITY UTILISATION [excluding RPL(SEZ)]

Month

Utilisation (%)

Period

Utilisation (%)

May, 2010

104.2

April-May, 2010

103.5

May, 2009

100.9

April-May, 2009

101.4

 

         The refinery-wise details of the capacity utilisation during May, 2010 and cumulatively for the period April-May,2010 vis-a-vis 2009 are given in Annexure-III.

 

A.  NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION (MCM)

      Month / Period

Planned Target

Actual

Production

%age achieve-ment

Surplus(+)

Shortfall(-)

Vis-a-vis target

Surplus(+)

Shortfall(-)

Over last year

May, 2010*

4619.5

4585.6

99.3

-0.7%

+34.4%

April-May, 2010*

8975.4

9102.5

101.4

+1.4%

+43.5%

April-May, 2009

 

6341.5

 

 

 

            MCM: Million Cubic Metres.                                                                     *: Provisional.

 

COMPANY-WISE ACHIEVEMENT

Company / State

Planned Target

(MCM)

Actual Production

(MCM)

%age achievement

Surplus(+)

Shortfall(-)

ONGC

1968.7

1922.4

97.6

-2.4%

  Gujarat

158.6

161.0

101.5

 

  Rajasthan

1.0

1.7

170.0

 

  Assam

37.4

38.2

102.1

 

  Tripura

43.2

49.7

115.0

 

  Andhra Pradesh

119.2

120.1

100.8

 

  Tamil Nadu

103.5

93.5

90.3

 

  Mumbai High Offshore

1505.8

1458.2

96.8

 

OIL

200.6

188.8

94.0

-6.0%

  Assam

198.7

169.1

85.1

 

  Arunachal Pradesh

1.9

1.5

78.9

 

  Rajasthan

0.0

18.2

#DIV/0

 

PRIVATE/JVC

2450.2

2474.4

101.0

1.0%

  Onshore $

30.2

59.4

196.7

 

  Offshore

2420.0

2415.0

99.8

 

TOTAL

4619.5

4585.6

99.3

-0.7%

         $: Including Coal Bed Methane production.

 

REASONS FOR SHORTFALL

Company / State

Reasons for shortfall

ONGC

 

Tamil Nadu

Less Gas Production on account of less off-take by consumers M/s. TNEB

Mumbai High

Less oil production

OIL(Assam)

Natural Gas production was regulated due to low off-take by BVFCL NEEPCO, RRVUNL, NTPS, and LTPS

OIL(Arunachal Pradesh)

Natural Gas production in Arunachal Pradesh (AP) was restricted as there is no demand for Gas in AP.

 

         A statement showing natural gas production during May, 2010 and cumulatively for the period April-May,2010 vis-à-vis 2009 is at Annexure-IV.

 

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