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ONGC wins Wind India award

ONGC is the proud recipient of the Best Public Sector Investor in Wind Power during Financial year 2008/09 and 2009-10 for its 51 MW wind power project in Kutch, Gujarat. The award and the certificate were received by AK Deb, General Manager, Head, Business Development & Joint Ventures, ONGC and Sanjiv Sanghi, CE(E).
The World Institute of Sustainable Energy, a globally renowned institute, presents the prestigious Wind India Awards to grant public recognition to wind industry stake holders in the country. In the recently concluded Wind Power India 2011 conference at Chennai, WISE has given away the Wind India 2011 awards to the winners.

Assam Asset over-achieves targets

Three major fields under Assam Asset, Geleki, Jorhat and Lakhamani have surpassed their respective targets. This turnaround has come close on the heels of the gas sales target, achieved by the Asset 22 days before the end of the fiscal year 2010. It was more than two decades ago that Assam Asset achieved the pre-decided annual targets.

The oil production targets for Geleki, Lakhmani and Jorhat fields had been kept at 37,85,74 MT, 148855 MT and 12,52,69 MT respectively. Out of the above, Jorhat has the distinction of reaching the targets before the end of the fiscal for the third time in a row. Assam has the oldest oil fields of India.

Exemplary co-ordination among specialized teams like the Drilling, Well Services, Engineering Services, Subsurface, Logistics and Surface resulted in hooking up the two wells NRDI and NRDF to the Group Gathering Station (GGS) in record time, thereby getting these prolific producers on stream.

ONGC announces promotion & cash bonanza for its CWC players

ONGC management announced out of turn promotion and a cash prize of `20 lakhs each for the three ONGCian cricketers, Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli and Munaf Patel for their stupendous show in ICC 2011 Cricket World Cup.

AK Hazarika complimented the stellar role played by the three ONGCians in winning the world cup for India. “The contribution of Gautam, Virat and Munaf brought the world cup home after 28 years,” he said.

The three ONGCians put up a pivotal display in the Indian triumph at the World Cup 2011. Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli and Munaf Patel all contributed significantly in India’s journey to the finals. And on the day of the finals, all three played outstandingly to fulfill India’s dream to be the World Champions. When needed the most, Gambhir scored splendid 97 runs and along with Kohli provided stability to the innings after the early loss of Sachin and Sehwag. Munaf Patel too bowled like a champion and restricted the opposition to a gettable total and thus gave all Indians a moment to cherish for long years to come.

Petroleum Minister dedicates ONGC’s Platform to the nation

S Jaipal Reddy, Union Petroleum Minister dedicated newly commissioned Booster Compressor Platform (BCP-A2) of ONGC's Bassein field to the nation recently.
Expressing pleasure at this opportunity, Reddy said, “India has achieved a lot in the field of hydrocarbon exploration, but there is a long way to go. Bassein field is a super-giant gas field, which with the current production rate of 29 MMSCMD, produces nearly 43% of ONGC's production and 32% of the country's total gas production.

Earlier, Reddy visited the drilling rig, Sagar Shakti, where he took a review of the drilling activities of Mumbai Offshore. Apprising the minister about the exploration and exploitation strategy of the company, AK Hazarika, CMD, ONGC said, “In today's scenario, our focus is to devise ways to improve production by monetizing the marginal fields.”

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