UPCOMING PROJECTS

   Privatization of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) and sale of Government of India’s stakes in BPCL (53.3% of total shares)     IOC to expand its network by another 26,982 fuel stations      BPCL to expand network by 15,802 fuel stations      HPCL to expand network by 12,865 fuel stations      PSU OMCs to set up 9000 fuel stations by 2020-21 of the planned 78,000+ outlets      50,000 portable petrol pumps to be manufactured in India in the next 5-7 years for domestic and international markets, following the Indian Government’s recently approval of portable pump format      The JV between France’s Total & Adani Group to build fuel retail network of 1500 outlets      Shell plans to open 1200 fuel stations in India in the next ten years     Indian government to set up 10,000 CNG stations in India by 2030      Indian Oil Corporation (IOC), Bharat Petroleum Corporation (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum      Corporation (HPCL) to invest $1.5 billion to build bio-CNG plants pan India      Delhi to require 300,000 fast EV chargers, requiring infrastructure investment of approx $1-1.5 billion, with estimated 30% EV penetration in Delhi by 2030,      Tata Power plans to set up 500 charging stations across key cities in India by 2020 and 100 charging stations in Maharashtra

SPEAKERS

Vigyan Kumar

Executive Director - Retail,Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOC)

Vigyan Kumar

Executive Director - Retail,Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOC)

Rahul Tandon

General Manager & Head of Corporate Strategy,Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited

Rahul Tandon

General Manager & Head of Corporate Strategy,BPCL

Ashwani Dudeja

Country Head - India,Shell India

Ashwani Dudeja

Country Head - India,Shell India

Rajnish Mehta

Executive Director - Corporate Strategy, Planning & Business Development,HPCL

Rajnish Mehta

Executive Director - Corporate Strategy, Planning & Business Development,HPCL

Harish Mehta

President - Refining & Marketing,Reliance Industries

Harish Mehta

President - Refining & Marketing,Reliance Industries

Vivek Srivastava

SVP - BD,Reliance Industries

Vivek Srivastava

SVP - BD,Reliance Industries

Madhur Taneja

CEO Retail,Nayara Energy

Madhur Taneja

CEO Retail,Nayara Energy

Rajeev Mathur

Exec Director - Corp Affairs & Retail Marketing,GAIL India

Rajeev Mathur

Exec Director - Corp Affairs & Retail Marketing,GAIL India

Sanjeev K Jain

Executive Director - Engineering,IOC

Sanjeev K Jain

Executive Director - Engineering,IOC

Suresh Manglani

CEO,Adani Gas

Suresh Manglani

CEO,Adani Gas

ABOUT THE SUMMIT

In FY 2019, the Government of India earned INR 595,438 Cr (Central & State Governments combined) from sales of petrol and diesel, from 64,600+ fuel stations pan India at an average throughput of 160 klpm (kilo liter per month) per outlet. While slowing global economy and trade tensions have impacted the domestic market, reflected by the production cuts across the country’s car manufacturing industry, India however, continues to be the fastest growing energy market worldwide. With a growing middle class with disposable income, rapidly developing rural areas and at mere 22 cars per 1000 individuals, the country offers tremendous potential for car and passenger vehicle penetration, propelling sustained demand for transportation fuel and mobility solutions.

KEY STAKEHOLDERS

  • Oil marketing companies
  • Retail outlet dealers
  • Land owners
  • Investors
  • Regulators
  • Infrastructure, Equipment, Technology &
    Service Providers

KEY FEATURES

  • Convention of Petroleum Ministries and Retail Fuel Operators from the South Asian nations
  • Inviting foreign oil majors & conglomerates to invest in the lucrative oil marketing sector of the Indian sub-continent
  • Investment opportunities for oil & non-oil companies in domestic technology start-ups, alternative fuel solutions and non-fuel retail operations
  • Discussing International best practices & mega trends in the retail fuel sector
  • Showcasing next-gen mobility solutions, technologies & innovations disrupting this space

SUMMIT OBJECTIVES

Promote bi-lateral cooperation between the South Asian countries for the growth & expansion of the oil marketing sector.

Discuss opportunities for foreign oil majors and private fuel retail operators in the privatization of BPCL and Government of India’s stake sale in the state-owned enterprise.
Connect PSU OMCs and private operators/JVs with dealers & land owners to enable India’s ambitious plan of setting up 85,000 new fuel stations.

Drive bottom line profitability for operators & dealers (under the DODO model) amid vast competition

Connect retail outlet dealers with best in class infrastructure-, technology-, equipment- and service-providers
Enable transformation of traditional outlets to next-gen mobility enablers

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
  • Ministry of Road Transport & Highways
  • Ministry of New & Renewable Energy
  • Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs
  • Department of Investment & Public Asset Management (DIPAM)
  • NITI Aayog
  • State Governments
  • Fuel retail operators
    o PSU OMCs
    o Private sector retail fuel operators
    o Private players and foreign oil majors interested in South Asian retail fuel market
  • Investors & Venture Capitalists
  • Retail Outlet Dealers
  • Land owners
  • Infrastructure & Equipment providers
  • Alternative fuel & infrastructure providers
  • Portable Fuel Station providers
  • (Digital) Technology providers
  • Convenience store (forecourt) operators
  • Mobility startups
  • Smart mobility digital service providers
  • Association of Petrol/Fuel station operators
  • Management Consultancies
  • Market Watchers
  • Rating agencies

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