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  • Oil and Gas: More Actions Needed To Reduce Import Dependence

    The Finance Minister noted in his Interim Budget speech that India's import dependence on crude oil and natural gas has been a source of big concern to our Government. While we have taken a large number of measures to moderate the increasing demand through usage of biofuel and alternate technologies, urgent action is needed to increase hydrocarbon production to reduce imports.A high level Inter- Ministerial Committee, constituted by Government, has made several specific recommendations, including transforming the system of bidding for exploration, changing from revenue sharing to exploration programme for Category II and III basins.

    However, no specific plans have been framed to boost the local crude oil production. This can keep the need for imports elevated, particularly given the consumption boost provided by the budget. State-owned oil firms' capital expenditure has hit a four-year low with PSUs such as ONGC and IOC planning to invest Rs 93,693 crore in oil and gas exploration, refining and petrochemicals in the 2019-20 fiscal year. The capital expenditure outlay of Oil and Natural Gas Corp (ONGC), Indian Oil Corp (IOC), GAIL (India) Ltd, Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL), Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL), Mangalore Refineries and Petrochemicals Ltd and their subsidiaries is the lowest since 2014-15, according to Union Budget for 2019-20 documents. Oil PSUs had proposed an investment of Rs 89,335 crore in the current fiscal year ending March 31, 2019, but will end up investing Rs 94,438 crore. This marks a sizable drop compared to Rs 132,003 crore invested in 2017-18, Rs 104,426 crore in 2016-17 and Rs 97,223 crore invested in 2015-16.

    The FM also did not mention any plan about bringing petroleum products and gas into the GST ambit.

    Interim Budget 2019 Key proposals:

    The budget put more emphasis on increasing demand through usage of bio-fuel and alternate technologies rather than having import dependence on crude oil and natural gas.

    The Finance Minister hiked Petroleum subsidy (LPG and Kerosene) by 51% to Rs 37478 crore for FY20.

    The FM stated that the government embarked upon a programme to deliver 8 crore free LPG connections under the Ujjwala Yojana.

    More than 6 crore connections have already been given and the remaining will get free gas connections by next year, noted the FM.

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