March 3-5, 2016

- Venue -
Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East), Mumbai, India

CHEMTECH Foundation will organise the 7th edition of OIL & Gas World Expo 2016 from 3rd to 5th March 2016 at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East), Mumbai, India. The international conference is for aiming to connect, discuss and conclude views of leaders, policy makers, regulatory authorities, service providers of the Indian & Global hydrocarbon industry.


CHEMTECH Foundation will organise the 7th edition of OIL & Gas World Expo 2016 from 3rd to 5th March 2016 at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre, Goregaon (East), Mumbai, India. The international conference is for aiming to connect, discuss and conclude views of leaders, policy makers, regulatory authorities, service providers of the Indian & Global hydrocarbon industry. The expo will provide a platform to showcase services, technologies, innovations & current & future trends of the entire value chain of hydrocarbon industry ranging from upstream to midstream and downstream.

The concurrent events include EnerTECH World Expo 2016 & SMP World Expo 2016 will create yet another opportunity for the global industry to explore the opportunities across the entire value chain of the energy sector in India. The integrated platform will offer unique opportunity to connect with the global leaders, planners, bureaucrats, economists, thinkers and key decision makers from the sectors of oil & gas, thermal power, renewable and the stalwarts from the global shipping industry.

India Hydrocarbon Vision & Future Outlook

  • The oil and gas sector is one of the six core industries in India. It is of strategic importance and plays a pivotal role in influencing decisions across other important spheres of the economy.
  • Oil and gas contribute 39.2% to primary energy consumption of India and the demand for primary energy of the country is expected to increase threefold by 2035 to 1,516 Million Tonnes of Oil Equivalent from 563 Million Tonnes of Oil Equivalent in 2012.
  • Backed by new oil fields, domestic oil output is anticipated to grow to 1 MBPD by FY16, and gas consumption is likely to expand at a CAGR of 21 per cent during FY08-17.
  • By 2015-16, India's demand for gas is set to touch 124 MTPA against a domestic supply of 33 MTPA and higher imports of 47.2 MTPA, leaving a shortage of 44 MTPA.
  • India increasingly relies on imported LNG; the country was the fourthlargest LNG importer in 2013, accounting for 5.5 per cent of global imports. India's LNG imports are forecasted to increase at a CAGR of 33 per cent during 2012–17.
  • India has 215.066 MMTPA of refining capacity, making it the second largest refiner in Asia. India projects an increase of the country's refining capacity to 307.366 MMTPA by 2017 based on its current Five Year Plan (2012-17) to meet rising domestic demands and export markets.
  • India's crude oil pipeline network spans just less than 9,460 miles and has a total capacity of 129.4 MMTPA.
  • The country's natural gas pipeline network amounted to over 15,340 kms in 2013 and a proposed expansion of 30,000 kms is envisaged by 2018-19.
  • The government has decided to set up strategic storage of 5.03 MMT of crude oil at 3 locations – Visakhapatnam, Mangalore and Padur; and also plans to add another 91 Million barrels to its crude oil capacity to protect India from supply disruptions by 2017.
  • Indian oil and gas industry is anticipated to be worth USD 139,814.7 million by 2015.
  • Investments worth USD 70 Billion are expected across the oil and gas value chain during 2012–17.
  • The government is preparing to issue the 10th round of bidding for the National Exploration Licensing Policy.