18th Edition CITY GAS DISTRIBUTION IN INDIA

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The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors. The company publishes Indian Infrastructure, Smart Utilities, Power Line and Renewable Watch magazines. It also publishes the City Gas Distribution Market in India and Gas in India reports, Oil & Gas News (a weekly newsletter) and the Oil & Gas Directory and Yearbook. The group also operates www.cgdindia.co, which provides decision-makers with information, analysis and insights that are of interest and relevance to CGD network operators, technology providers, investors, regulators, consultants and other concerned organisations.

Aarvi Encon, ABB, Accenture, ACE GAS Conversions, ACME, Adani Gas, Adani Ports & SEZ, Adani Total Gas, AG&P, AgiGlaspac, AIUT Technologies, Aker Solutions, Al Aziz, Allard, Ambetronics Engineers, AMP Capital Advisors, Anacon Process Control, APGIC, Ario Infrastructure, Arrukn Consultation, Arup India, Arush Gas Technology, Asahi Glass, Ashoka Buildcon, Assam Gas, Astec, AT Kearney, Auctus Advisors, Avantika Gas, Aveva, Avineon, AVK Valves, Baker Hughes, BasellPolyofins BASG, Baumer, Beckhaul Technology, Berry Plastics, BG Exploration and Production, Bhagyanagar Gas, Bhotika Pipeline, Black & Veatch, BMR & Associates LLP, Bombay Tools Centre, Borouge, BP Exploration, BPCL, Bridge and Roof, Brookings India, Burak Metering, Burckhardt, Bureau Veritas, Cairn, Calcutta Fluid System Components, Captiva Energy Solutions, Care Ratings, Caterpillar Commercial, Central UP Gas, Central Warehousing Corporation, Chambal Fertilisers and Chemicals, Charotar GAS, Chemtrols, Chevron, Clarke Energy, Comfit & Valves, CPL Energy, CRISIL, Cryogas, Cyient, Daniel Measurement Solutions, DCI, Deepak Fertiliser, Denso, DGH, Diamond Gas, Directorate General of Hydrocarbons, DLF Power & Services, DNV-GL, Dolat Capital, Duraline, E Contols, East India Petroleum, Eastern Gas, EIL, Elara Capital, Elster, Embassy of Israel in India-Ministry of Economy and Industry, Emerson, Empire Industries, Enerinfra, Engie, ESAB, ESP Safety, ESRI, Essar Oil, Evonik, ExxonMobil, EY, Fearnleys LNG, Feedback Business Consulting, Ferranti, Fike Safety, Filter Concept, First Sense, Flexim, Flosil, Fluid Controls, Forbes Bulmi Armada, Fornovogas, Frames Group, Fujitsu, GAIL, GainwellCommosales, Gardner Denver, Gas Natural Fenosa, Gasvigil Technologies, GDF Suez Energy, GE, Genus Power, Georg Fischer Piping Systems, Germanischer Lloyd, GLNoble Denton, Glynwed, GMMCO, GMR Energy, Goa Natural Gas, Govt. of Western Australia, Green Fuel Energy, Green Gas, Green Power Solutions, Greenfuel Energy Solutions, Greka Drilling, GSPC, GSPL, Gujarat Flurochemicals, Gujarat Gas, Gujarat State Fertilizer, H-Energy,HandyTube, Hansa Management Services, Haridwar Natural Gas, Haryana City Gas Distribution, HCC, HCL, HDFC, High Commission of Canada, Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, Hitachi, HITECH Industrial Lining, Hoerbiger Wien, Honeywell, HP Oil & Gas, HPCL, HSA Legal, ICF, ICICI Bank, ICPCI, ICRA, IDBI, IDCO, IDFC, IFC, IFFCO, IGL, IMC, Imkemex, India Futuristic Marine, India Ratings & Research, Indian Gas Exchange, IOAGL, Indian OiltankingLimited, Indraprashta Gas, Inel Gas Controls, Innovative Automation, Inox Wind, Institute of Asset Integrity & Reliability Management, Instromet, Intertek, IOCL, IOT Infrastructure & Energy Services, IOTL, IRM Energy, Ispat Energy, Itron, Jai Hind Projects, Jain Irrigation, Jain Irrigation Systems, Jainsons Industries, JCO Gas Pipe, Jindal SAW, Josler Hydrocarbons, JSW Steel, Jubilant Energy, Jyotech Engineering, Katlax, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Kimplas Piping, Kirloskar Oil Engines, Kirloskar Pneumatic, Koso Pumps, Kotak Securities, KPIT, KPMG, Kraton Polymers, KRIBHCO, KSIDC, L&T Valves, Lanco, Leister Technology, Linde, Lloyd’s Register, LocusView, Lucky Investment, LuxferUttam, Madras Fertilisers, MagikMinds, MagnatechSmartgrid Solutions, Mahanagar Gas, Maharashtra Natural Gas, Maharashtra Seamless, Maharashtra State Power Genco, Mahesh Gas, Mahindra, Makwana Engineering, Marubeni, Maruti Suzuki, McElroy, MCX, Mecon, Mehta Brothers & Co., Meter Sit Srl – Inel Gas, MIDC, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Mits Skills, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Mitsui, MoPNG, Morgan Stanley, Motilal Oswal Securities, MotilalOswal, Mott Macdonald, Moxa, MSA, Mumbai Port Trust, National Fertilizers, Natural Gas Society, NCC, NEDO, NeetVasant, NeumenEsser, NFL, Nirmal Industrial Controls, NTPC, NYK Line, OCS OIL-Tech, Oil & Gas Plant Engineers, Oil India, ONGC, Oracle, OSI, OTPC, PahwaMetalTech, Panam Engineers, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Parker Hannifin, PDIL, Perma- Pipe, PNGRB, Petronet LNG, Pinnacle Engines, Pipeline Infrastructure, Piramal Glass, Plutus Smart Energy Solutions, PNGRB, Pollution Protection Systems, PPAC, Pratap Technocrats, Pratibha Industries, Praxair, PROTEGO, Protos Engineering, PWC, Quippo, Rajasthan State Gas, Ramboll, Ratnamani Metals & Tubes, Raychem, Raychem RPG, Reliance BP Mobility, Reliance Group, Reliance Natural Resources, Renaissance Group, Reshamwala Shipbrokers, Respo Safety Solutions, RIL Cracker business, RINA Consulting Private Limited, RMG Autometers, RMSI, Rockwell Automation, Rockwin Flowmeter, Rolls Royce, Romet, Rosewood Projects, Rotostat Services, Royal Construction, RSGL, S&P Global Platts, Sabarmati Gas, Safe Energy, Safire Capital, Saigal Sea TrademSaipem, Sandvik Asia, Sangir Plastics, Sanket Global, Sanwariya Gas, SAP, Saumya DSM, Savair, Savair Energy, SBI Capital, Scania, Seal For Life, Sealexcel, SECON, Secure Meters, Sener, Seros Logistics, SGB Scaffolding, SGS, ShapoorjiPallonji Oil & Gas, Shell, SICK Engineering, Siemens Gas & Power, Simon Carves, Simorgh Energy, Singhania System Technologists, Siti, SKN Haryana City GAS Distribution, SmartEnergy Water, Spark Capital Advisors, Spice Energy, SRG Engineering, SSP Fittings, State Bank of Hyderabad, State Bank of India, State Industrial Development Corporation, Sterling & Wilson, Super Technical, Suraksha Products, Suren Enterprises, Surya Roshni, Swagelok, Swiftlifter, Systematix Shares and Stocks, TANGEDCO, Tata Communications, Tata Consulting Engineers, Tata Power, TDW, Technip KT, Techsol Engineers, TGE Engineering, The Corporate Profiles, The Shipping Corporation of India, Thermax Global, THINK Gas Distribution, TietoEVRY, TIL, Torrent GAS, Torrent Power, Toyo Engineering India, Toyota Kirloskar Motor, Tractebel Engineering, Tractors India, Trimble, Tripura Natural Gas, Tulip Compression, Tulip Energy U3S Chemsolutions, U3S Chemsolutions, U3S Chemsolutions, Uniper Global Commodities, UniphosEnvirotronic, Unique Hydrographic Systems, Uttam Group, Valogin Technology, Vargo Petro-Tech, Varicon Pumps & Systems, Varun Global, VCS Quality, VeekayPlast, Vimta Labs, Vitrum Glass, Wallfort Financial Services, Warburg Pincus, Wärtsilä, Welspun Corp., Welspun Infratech, Western Australia Trade, Wipro, Worldwide Machinery Solutions, Zapp Materials, Zhejiang

The confirmed list of speakers in the past included (in alphabetical order):

  • Tarun Kapoor, Former Secretary, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas
  • Raman Chaddha, Chief Executive Officer, GAIL Gas
  • Suresh Manglani, Chief Executive Officer, Adani Total Gas
  • Hardip Singh Rai, Chief Executive Officer, THINK Gas
  • Prashant Vasishth, Vice President and Co-Head, Corporate Ratings, ICRA
  • Matiur Rahaman, Vice President, Locusview
  • Chanchal Dasgupta, Application Marketing Manager, Borouge
  • Pradeep N.Head, Sales, Utility, Telco and Transport, ESRI
  • Dilip Pattnaik, Executive Director, HPCL
  • Jai Tiwari, Commercial Development Manager, S&P Global Platts
  • Praveen Dash, Manager, PwC
  • K. Sharma, Executive Director (Gas), IOCL
  • Ashu Singhal, Executive Director, GAIL
  • Debojyoti Mandal, Lead, Sales and Marketing, First Sense Safety
  • Deep Chand Jain, General Manager, CNG Projects, Indraprastha Gas Limited
  • Karthik Sagar, Growth Leader, R&D, Magikminds
  • Srinivasan Murali, Senior Vice President, Operations and Maintenance, Mahanagar Gas
  • Sushil Kumar Mishra, Assistant Vice President, Business Development and Advocacy, IGX
  • Rajiv Sikka, Former Chief Executive Officer, Indian Oil Adani Gas

 

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  • The city gas distribution (CGD) sector is witnessing rapid growth in terms of network creation and gas demand. As of March 2022, the number of CNG stations in the country stood at4,433, a threefold increase over 2017-18. Further, there are over 9 million PNG connections (domestic, industrial and commercial), 2x more than thosein 2017-18.
  • In a big policy move, the government has modified its gas allocation policy, allowing GAIL (India) to import gas and buy from new domestic fields to meet the growing demand from households and the transport sector. This is expected to increase the pool of natural gas.
  • Elevated global natural gas prices, however, are impacting the CNG conversion economics. The prices are expected to remain high due to the Russia-Ukraine conflict. With gas consumption volumes exceeding pre-Covid levels and gas allocation to the CGD sector not increasing commensurately, CGD entities are importing more LNG to meet the rising demand.
  • That said, the medium- to long-term prospects of the sector seem bright owing to the success of the recently concluded Round 11 and the ensuing infrastructure creation, which will cover 98 per cent of the country’s population. A total of 439 bids were received from 26 entities against 61 Gas, and LoIs were issued to 13 entities for 52 GAs.In addition, as much as Rs 800 billion is envisaged forsetting up CGD infrastructure in 61 GAs under Round 11.
  • CGD players also have massive capex plans for under construction and new GAs. Adani Total Gas plans to invest Rs 200 billion in setting up CGD infrastructure over the next eight years; Torrent Gas plans to invest over Rs 100 billion over the next five years in order to expand its CGD network; and Indian Oil Corporation Limited will spend over Rs 70 billion on the new GAs awarded under Round 11, among others.
  • As per government estimates, 50 million households are targeted to getPNG connections by 2030. The CNG stations are targeted to increase to around 10,000 by then.This brings in significant opportunity for stakeholders including CGD operators, contractors, investors and equipment/material/technology providers.
  • The mission of this conference is to analyse the key trends and challengesinthe CGD sector, discuss the regulatory developments, and identify the upcoming opportunities for stakeholders.The conference will also provide a platform to showcase some of the emerging technology solutions and best practices being deployed.

Key Trends and Outlook

  • What have been the key trends and developments in the CGD sector?
  • What are the key issues and challenges?
  • What is the future outlook? What are the new opportunities?

Regulatory Perspective (MoPNG/PNGRB)

  • What have been the key achievements of the ministry/PNGRB during the past year?
  • What are the key issues and challenges facing the sector?
  • What are the priority areas for the next two to three years?

CGDOperators’ Perspective

  • What is the current status of CGD networks operated by your company (with regard to CNG stations, PNG consumers, steel and MDPE pipelines,etc.)?
  • What are the current gas supply sources? What are the future gas requirements?
  • What are the company’s network expansion plans? What are the capex requirements?

Cost Economics and New CNG Models (DODO, LCNG, bio-CNG, etc.)

  • What are the key cost components and revenue sources for CGD projects?
  • How has the cost competitiveness of alternative fuels impacted the demand for CNG and PNG?
  • What are the new models being adopted to facilitate the development of CNG stations (DODO, LCNG,bio-CNG, etc.)? What are the cost savings expected withthe use of these models?

Focus on CNG: Current and Upcoming Infrastructure

  • What is the current status of CNG infrastructure in the country?
  • What are the network expansion plans in the operational GAs?
  • What are the current sources of gas supply?
  • What are the investment requirements? What are the new opportunities?

Focus on PNG: Current and Upcoming Infrastructure

  • What is the current status of PNG infrastructure in the country?
  • What are the network expansion plans in the operational GAs?
  • What are the current sources of gas supply?
  • What are the investment requirements? What are the new opportunities?

Update on Pipeline Infrastructure

  • What is the status of approved and announced pipeline projects?
  • What are the investments expected in this segment?
  • What are the key issues and challenges? How are they being addressed?

Domestic Gas and LNG Supply

  • What are the current requirements of the CGD sector? What is the current mix of domestic gas and R-LNG?
  • What are the gas sourcing strategies?
  • What is the outlook for gas supply?

Focus on Network Design, Planning and Operations

  • What has been the CGD companies’ experience in network design, planning and operations?
  • What are some of the best practices and noteworthy initiatives in this space?
  • What have been the biggest challenges faced? What are the lessons learnt?

Metering Practices: New Technologies and Emerging Requirements

  • What are the current metering solutions used by CGD operators (AMR, LoRAWAN, Prepaid, IoT meters, etc.)?
  • What has been the experience so far in the adoption of these solutions?
  • What are the new trends and advancements?
  • What are the key issues and concerns?

Digitalisation in Asset Management: Role of Automation and Instrumentation

  • What is the role of IT and automation systems in the O&M of CGD networks? What has been the implementation experience and learnings?
  • What are the new and emerging asset management-related requirements (big data, SCADA, GIS, etc.)?
  • What are the issues and concerns? What is the way forward?

Equipment Showcase (flow sensors, smart dispensers, cascade systems, etc.)

  • What are the new and emerging equipment requirements for the CGD sector?
  • What has been the industry experience with thenew equipment?
  • What are the key challenges in the adoption of this equipment?

Data Management and Cybersecurity

  • What are the new and emerging requirements for data management in the CGD sector?
  • What are the key technologies and solutions available?
  • What are the cybersecurity threats and risks for CGD companies?

Mobile CNG Stations

  • What is the current mobile CNG infrastructure in the country?
  • What are the challenges in setting up mobile CNG stations? What are the costs involved?
  • What are the expansion plans and scope?

Managing Pipeline Leakages

  • What are the leak detection technologies in use?
  • What are the challenges in their adoption?
  • What are the global best practices? What are the key lessons learnt?

The conference is targeted at:

  • Gas distributors
  • Policymakers and regulators
  • Natural gas producers
  • Engineering and design firms
  • Leak detection solution providers
  • Meter manufacturers
  • Consulting and legal firms
  • Industrial consumers
  • Financial institutions
  • Gas marketers/suppliers
  • Infrastructure builders
  • State development agencies
  • Pipeline manufacturers
  • Technology providers
  • Material technology providers
  • Pipeline operators
  • IT solution providers (SCADA, GIS, ERP, etc.)

By :  Indian Infrastructure

  • Le Meridien
  • New Delhi

Event Schedule Details

  • February 14, 2023 (Tuesday) - February 14, 2023 (Tuesday)
    09:00 AM - 05:00 AM
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