“Dubey’s role is well positioned to take on the significant work, which will help in leading the operations in the northern region for BS Transcomm”
BS TransComm Ltd (BSTL), an end to end turnkey services and technology solutions provider to power T&D and telecom sector, announced the appointment of RK Dubey as their chief operating officer (COO) for the northern region. In a professional career spanning 17 years, RK Dubey, a BE in electronics and telecommunications has a vast experience in the field of telecom passive infrastructure management.
Prior to joining BSTL, he was associated with Vihan Enterprises Pvt Ltd as its chief executive officer (CEO). In his previous stints, R.K. Dubey worked in various capacities with esteemed organizations such as Bharti Airtel Ltd, Reliance Communications, TVS Interconnect Systems Ltd, Bharti Infratel Ltd, Wireless Tata Tele Infra Structure Ltd
"We are very excited to have Dubey on board. His role is well positioned to take on the significant work which will help us in leading our operations in the northern region. We are confident that he will make a significant contribution and his expertise in the telecom sector will benefit the company a great deal," said chairman and managing director Rajesh Agarwal, BS TransComm Ltd.
“CIBIL, under Nair’s counsel, will strengthen its position and become the world’s leading Credit Information Bureau in time to come”
Credit Information Bureau (India) Ltd (CIBIL) announced that MV Nair has been appointed as the chairman of CIBIL. Nair is currently the chairman and managing director of Union Bank of India and a member on the Management Committee of the Indian Banks Association (IBA).
Commenting on his appointment Nair has said “CIBIL’s exemplary growth in the last decade as India’s pioneer Credit Information Company is highly commendable. CIBIL has definitely set highest standards of credit information service in India and I look forward to further add value towards CIBIL’s evolution in the future.”
Nair holds several significant responsibilities in the banking and finance sector in India. Along with leadership on boards of several leading banking bodies, he presides on some significant initiatives on banking and finance spearheaded by the RBI (Reserve Bank of India) and the Government of India.
Further, commenting on this development, Arun Thukral, managing director, CIBIL said, “MV Nair’s rich experience and expertise will provide CIBIL with necessary insights and guidance for further strengthening the credit information service in our country. We are confident that under Nair’s counsel CIBIL will strengthen its position and become the world’s leading Credit Information Bureau in time to come.”
CIBIL’s database today exceeds 207 million records of credit histories on individuals and businesses. Its member base has grown to over 650 members comprising of banks, financial institutions, NBFCs, housing finance companies, credit card companies and other credit institutions.
ONGC will produce a total of 0.63 mmscmd of gas from the KG Basin and the remaining 6.605 mmscmd is envisaged to come from western offshore fields like the C-Series, Bandra Formation, North Tapti and Vasai East fields
New Delhi: The oil ministry has allocated 7.23 million metric standard cubic metres per day (mmscmd) of natural gas from state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s (ONGC) fields to power and fertiliser firms, including Reliance Infrastructure, NTPC and National Fertilisers, reports PTI.
“The ministry has issued orders for allocating the gas ONGC plans to produce from nominated fields on the West and the East Coast,” a top official said.
“In all, 19 units have been allocated natural gas,” he said.
Reliance Infra’s Samalkot plant in Andhra Pradesh, which gets 0.25 mmscmd of gas from Reliance Industries’ eastern offshore KG-D6 fields, has been allocated 0.03 mmscmd of gas from ONGC’s Krishna-Godavari Basin fields.
Lanco’s Kondapali plant has been allocated 0.11 mmscmd, while Spectrum Power will get 0.29 mmscmd from ONGC’s fields. GVK Industries has been allocated 0.2 mmscmd.
The official said ONGC will produce a total of 0.63 mmscmd of gas from the KG Basin and the remaining 6.605 mmscmd is envisaged to come from western offshore fields like the C-Series, Bandra Formation, North Tapti and Vasai East fields.
The gas from fields off the west coast will be priced at $5.25 per million metric British thermal units (mmBtu) and the same from the Krishna-Godavari basin, off the Andhra Pradesh coast, at $4.75 per mmBtu.
This is more than the $4.205 per mmBtu that Reliance Industries charges for its KG-D6 gas.
“The price applicable is the rate the government had approved in June last year for the gas that ONGC would produce from new fields,” he said, adding that the gas will be sold by state gas utility GAIL India.
Of the gas ONGC will produce from western offshore fields, NFL’s Vijaypur plant in Uttar Pradesh has been allocated 0.73 mmscmd, while IFFCO’s Kalol and Aonla units will get 0.097 mmscmd and 0.36 mmscmd, respectively. Tata Chemical’s Babrala plant has been given 0.08 mmscmd.
State-owned power utility NTPC has been allocated 0.82 mmscmd for its plants in North India, while the Bawana unit in the national capital has been given 1.564 mmscmd. In addition, Indraprastha Power has been allocated 0.23 mmscmd and Ratnagiri Gas and Power Pvt Ltd has been allocated 0.9 mmscmd for its plant at Dabhol, in Maharashtra.
GFSC’s urea-making plant at Baroda (0.2 mmscmd), KSFL’s Sahajahanpur unit (0.204 mmscmd), Rashtriya Chemicals and Fertiliser’s Thal plant (0.45 mmscmd), Kribhco’s Hazira unit (0.8 mmscmd) and GNFC’s Bharuch plant (0.1 mmscmd) have also been allocated ONGC gas.
“Contracted liquefied natural gas (LNG), if any, being used by these customers from GAIL cannot be surrendered citing this allocation to ensure there is no loss to GAIL,” he said.
ONGC is ready to begin production from its C-Series and KG Basin fields and output from the other fields will commence later this year.
The official said pricing of the gas from the east and west coast fields is in line with its 28 June 2010, guidelines, which had set the criteria for fixation of the rates that national oil companies like ONGC can charge for the fuel they produce from new fields in blocks given to them on a nomination basis.
According to those guidelines, ONGC will get $5.25 per mmBtu for the gas it produces from new fields in nomination blocks in the western offshore and $5 per mmBtu for gas from the Cauvery Basin. It will get $4.75 per mmBtu for gas from fields in the Krishna-Godavari Basin, off the Andhra Pradesh coast.
The price approved is more than the $3.818 per mmBtu that the government had fixed for gas ONGC produces from its operational fields in blocks given to it on nomination basis.
The price for consumers of this gas, known as APM or government-administered gas, after including royalty, is $4.2 per mmBtu, the official said.