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  1. Courage to Explore, Knowledge to Exceed, Technology to Excel

  2. ONGC Song

  3. Courage to Explore, Knowledge to Exceed, Technology to Excel

  4. Media Interaction Performance FY 2005-06 New Delhi June 26, 2006

  5. Presentation overview • Highlights • Performance • ONGC • OVL • MRPL • Group • Initiatives • Strategic pursuits

  6. Highlights

  7. A New Mission “I would suggest ONGC to give world leadership in management of energy source, exploration of energy sources, diversification of energy sources, technology in underground Coal Gasification and above all finding new ways of tapping energy where ever it is, to meet the ever growing demand of the country”. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam President of India 14th August 2005

  8. Highlights: ONGC Highest ever profit • PAT: Rs 14,431 Crore up 11% • Gross Income: 50,556 Crore up 4% • EPS: 101.20 up 11% • Dividend 450%

  9. Highlights: OVL

  10. Highlights: MRPL

  11. Highlights: ONGC Group

  12. ONGC: Moody’s Credit Rating Indicative Foreign Currency debt rating: Baa1 (Two notches higher than Sovereign Rating) Local Currency issuer rating: A2 (Six notches higher than Sovereign Rating) Outlook: Stable Highest ever credit ratings assigned by Moody’s to any Indian Corporate.

  13. ONGC: CRISIL & ICRA Rating Highest applicable ratings for domestic companies by CRISIL and ICRA CRISIL AAA ICRA LAAA

  14. Shareholding Pattern (As on 23rd June 2006) FIIs shareholding increases to 9.52% FIIs holding in % Percentage Paid-up Share Capital : Rs.1,425.93 Crore

  15. ONGC share price vs NIFTY

  16. New Finds/ Reserve Accretion 10 New oil & gas finds in 2005-06 Reserve Accretion: 51.53 MTOE

  17. OVL • 9 acquisitions in 05-06 against 6 in 2004-05 • Sakhalin-1 goes on stream in October 2005, • the 3rd Producing Asset for OVL • Syria, the 4th producing Asset • Maiden venture in Latin America (Brazil) • OMEL’s maiden venture in an international bidding round, gets two blocks in Nigeria

  18. MRPL First in India to produce Euro III quality MS & HSD Ready to commence production of Euro-IV HSD

  19. Awards & Accolades 256th in Forbes Global 2000 list (Mar, 2006), Topper from India 454th in FortuneGlobal 500 & 95th in FortuneGlobal 100 (July, 2005) PFC Energy 50: 18th among top 50 publicly traded Global Oil & Gas Companies (Jan, 2006) Financial Times Global 500:158th among the world’s largest companies (June, 2006), topper from India

  20. Awards & Accolades Moitlal Oswal CNBC: Biggest Wealth Creator among Indian Companies (Nov, 2005) BT: Most Valuable Company in India (Nov, 2005) ET 500: No.1 by Market Cap & Net Profit (Feb, 2006) No.1 in Business India’s Super 100 list (Nov, 2005) Businessworld-IMRB survey (June, 2006): Most respected PSU Best PSU: People’s Award for Excellence in Business & Economy 2006, by Planman Media (June 2006)

  21. Awards & Accolades Golden Peacock Award 2005 for Corporate Governance Golden Peacock Global Award 2005 for Corporate Governance (May, 2006) Amity Corporate Excellence Award (Feb, 2006) TERI Award for Corporate Social Responsibility (May, 2005) National Award for Excellence in Cost Management (Dec 2005) Enterprise Excellence Award by Indian Institution of Industrial Engineers (May, 2006) All India Public Sector Sports Promotion Board: the best sports promoter among all PSUs (24.06.2006).

  22. Performance 2005-06

  23. ONGC 2005-06

  24. Reserve Accretion Oil + Oil-equivalent Gas Production 46.97 MTOE Reserve Accretion: 51.53 MTOE

  25. NELP-V ONGC awarded 8 out of 20 Blocks Deepwater: 2 Blocks (out of 6) Shallow water: 2 Blocks (out of 2) Onland: 4 Blocks (out of 12) 59 out of 108 Blocks (50%) awarded in Five NELP rounds

  26. ONGC: Oil production (MMT)(excluding PSC JVs)

  27. ONGC: Gas Production (BCM)(excluding PSC JVs)

  28. ONGC: O+OEG Production (MMT)(excluding PSC JVs) 48.74 50.25 49.64 49.45 46.97

  29. ONGC: Gas Sales (BCM)(excluding PSC JVs)

  30. ONGC: VAP Production (MMT)

  31. PSC JVs Production (MTOE) 2.97 3.25 4.32 3.78 4.14

  32. ONGC: Financials 2005-06

  33. Gross Income (Rs Crore) Highest ever Gross Income Up 4% CAGR = 20.6%

  34. Net Profit (Rs Crore) Highest ever Net Profit Up 11% CAGR = 23.5%

  35. Capital Investment Again highest ever by any Indian Corporate CAGR = 30%

  36. Capex analysis 99.7% on E&P

  37. How each Rupee was earned 2004-05 2005-06

  38. Return on Capital Employed

  39. Current Ratio

  40. Debt-Equity Ratio

  41. Earning per Share Highest ever Earning per Share

  42. Book Value

  43. Contribution to Exchequer (Rs Crore)

  44. Dividend Highest ever by any Indian Corporate Dividend to Govt. of India: 4,757 Crore

  45. ONGC Videsh Ltd. 2005-06

  46. ONGC Videsh Ltd. 21 Projects (31 Blocks) in 13 Countries 2006-07: OVL in Brazil & OMEL in Nigeria * Includes Sudan Pipeline project

  47. OVL • 9 acquisitions in 05-06 against 6 in 2004-05 • Sole Operator in 8 Assets & • Joint operator in 2 Assets

  48. OVL October 2005: Sakhlin-1 goes on stream 3rd Producing Asset • Full oil production by 1st Qtr. 2007 • OVL’s share: 50,000 bpd (oil only)

  49. OVL Syria: the 4th Producing Asset • Transactions completed on 31st Jan 2006 • Purchase retrospective to 1st July 2005 JV with CNPC

  50. OVL • OVL’s share of Production • Greater Nile Project : 3.413 MMT of oil • Vietnam : 1.672 BCM of gas • Syria : 0.957 MMT of crude oil • Sakhalin : Limited oil and Gas production