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Conference on

City Gas Distribution

July 27-28, 2011, The Imperial, New Delhi

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Conference on City Gas Distribution

City Gas Distribution (CGD) has moved from a conceptual framework of alternative fuel to a rapidly growing utility business. CGD business comprises the last mile of the natural gas value chain. A large spectrum of customers from housewives, car owners, eet owners to owners of industrial and commercial enterprises are switching to natural gas-based solutions, which are being rolled out by CGD companies at an ever increasing pace. CGD currently constitutes only about 8 percent of Indias natural gas consumption. In light of the fact that natural gas itself constitutes only 10 percent of Indias total energy basket, this is an alarmingly small amount. However, despite the scepticism from various segments regarding the fullment of CGD penetration in 200 cities by 2015, it cannot be denied that major cities in India within next ve years would show a prominent shift to natural gas from petrol, diesel, liqueed natural gas (LPG) and other solid fuels. CGD coverage in 200 cities also entails gas consumption in excess of 120 MMSCMD. This is roughly equivalent to Indias entire domestic gas production. In comparison to this current KG D6 allocation for CGD stands at only 0.65 MMSCMD. Boosting Indias natural gas supply basket is a Herculean challenge to Indias energy policy makers and oil and gas players alike if these ambitions are to be realized. More importantly, the plans are subject to the timely accomplishment of the approved transmission pipelines together with the establishment of state level gas grids. The state of Gujarat is a role model, be it the operational gas grid of more than 2,000 km, or rolling the gas distribution at village level as done by Charotar Gas, which is distributing piped natural gas to 11 villages in Anand district. It is necessary to emulate and improvise the successes like these in other states in India. CGD development and expansion can only take place in a regulatory framework which promotes fair competition and works to address the concern of CGD operators as well as the endcustomers to the satisfaction of both groups. With PNGRBs strengthened role, particularly in the backdrop of Supreme Court judgement authorizing it to issue CGD licenses, the CGD sector can now fully develop.

To understand the signicance of CGD business in the backdrop of high crude oil prices To understand the key drivers for the growth of CGD business To understand the regulatory framework in CGD business, particularly in regard to bidding and authorization of licenses. To assess the key infrastructural constraints and challenges in CGD business To understand the competitiveness of natural gas- based solutions with regards to conventional crude oil substitutes To assess the supply basket of natural gas for CGD To understand the key challenges faced in operations and expansion of existing CGD business To assess various technology developments which would enhance proliferation of CGD networks To explore new businesses customers for CNG and PNG applications


City Gas Distribution Companies Natural Gas Producers Gas Marketers/Suppliers Pipeline Operators Gas Equipment Manufacturers and Vendors Technology Providers Infrastructure Builders Industrial and Commercial Enterprises Consulting and Legal Firms Financial Institutions State Development Agencies

Previous Participants
Some of the previous participants in our gas sector conference(s) include Aban Power, Alstom, Aditya Birla, Aggreko Energy Rental India, Aurum India, Ashok Leyland, Axis Bank, Axykno, BCG, BHEL GE Gas Turbine, CEA, CESC , COAI, Clarke Energy, CLP Power, Corporate group, Cosmo Films Ltd, Crossover Advisors, Crisil, Cummins India DLF Utilities Ltd, EIL, Essar Power, Feedback Consulting, GAIL, GAIL GAS, GDF SUEZ, GE India Industrial Private Limited, GE Power & Water, GMR, GEECL, Green Power, Gujarat Gas, Gujarat Alkalies GUVNL, Hazira LNG, HPGCL, ICICI Bank, IDFC Project Equities, IIFCI, IOCL, IL&FS, Indian Institute of Energy of Energy, IGL, IPGCL, Ispat Industries, Jay Madhok, JBM Group, Jindal Power Ltd, JSL, Jubilliant Energy, KSIIDC, Kohler India, L&T, LTL Holdings , Mahanagar Gas, Marubeni Itochu, Maruti Suzuki, Mecon, Meghraj Capital MNGL, NTPC, Jhanor Gas Plant, ONGC, ONGC Tripura, Osaka Gas, Petronet LNG Limited, PFC, PNGRB, PWC, Pragati Power Plant, Quippo Energy, Reliance infrastructure ltd, Religare, Rolls Royce, Sabarmati Gas, Siemens, Sravanthi Group, Sterling and Wilson, Suntera Energy Services, Synergy Energy Solutions, Tata Power Trading, Technip KT India Limited, Total Projects Total Oil, Turbomach, United Technologies, Wartsila, etc.

July 27-28, 2011, The Imperial, New Delhi

Session Theme I: Market Dynamics and Regulatory Environment
Market Dynamics Insight into Demand-Supply build-up Internal and external factors inuencing CGD business Pricing strategies to increase adoption of natural gas solutions by end customer Market scenario post exclusivity period Divergent perspectives - Consumer, Investor, Regulator and CGD entity. Gas sourcing and pricing uncertainty Opportunities Impetus to CGD development--investment, new gas sources, and Greeneld infrastructure projects. To what extent CGD can be effective in reducing under recoveries from LPG?

Session Theme III: Finance & Risk Management

Risk Management in CGD Assessing and mitigating risks in CGD business Handling Demand-Supply shocks Key nancial drivers in CGD projects Sourcing of long-term funds for CGD projects Mobilizing private investment in CGD business for integrated market development

Financing a CGD Project

Regulatory Environment - A Necessity for Market Development PNGRB role in the CGD evolving business CGD bidding rounds-Extent of success/How far to be a success story? Regulatory issues in pooling gas price Zonal tariff - Impact on end-consumer gas price

Session Theme IV: Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) and Service Management in CGD
Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) in CGD Maintaining network integrity and security Planning and managing safe operations Emergency response planning Managing customer relationship - Industrial, Commercial and Domestic. Vendor Management - Challenges & Opportunities Prioritization of the user in case of shortfall

Session Theme II: Issues, Challenges & Opportunities

Issues Expanding CGD network in densely populated areas Political and technical issues for development of CGD business Project management issues in CGD business-Cost and time overruns Multi-body regulatory clearances increase the bottleneck Issues in creating single-window clearance Regulatory clearances from local civic bodies Land acquisition issues Scouting and retaining the talent in CGD business Supply chain management challenges faced in CGD business

Service Management

Session Theme V: Way Forward

Novel Applications of gas in CGD business (GenSet, A.C., Geyser) Present & Future Scenario Infrastructure development - Role of PMC (Project Management Consultants) Success Stories Village gas distribution (VGD)-Charotar Gas Experience Business Development in Morbi Area - GSPCs Experience


Previous Speakers

Manu Srivastava Director, NG MoPNG

BS Negi Member PNGRB

Rajesh Vedvyas Managing Director IGL

AK Balyan CEO and MD Petronet LNG

Rajiv Mathur ED Marketing GAIL India Ltd.

Milind Joshi Managing Director IDFC PE