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Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
Government of India
MERA DESH BADAL RAHA HAI,
AAGE BADH RAHA HAI
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
Government of India
This nation, our Government, our systems...
they are all for the poor. Our aim is to empower
the poor to ﬁght poverty. We have shown how
the petroleum sector is for the poor
Shri Narendra Modi
Prime Minister of India
Ujjwala Yojana was rolled out by Hon’ble Prime Minister on May 1st, 2016, and will
certainly go a long way in emancipating our mothers and sisters from the drudgery
of unhealthy smoke-ﬁlled kitchens.
Minister of State (I/C)
Petroleum & Natural Gas
Two years back, the people of India gave an unambiguous, resounding mandate
to the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) under the visionary leadership of
Shri Narendra Modi to bring about a radical change in the nation’s governance.
Hon'ble Prime Minister in his ﬁrst speech in Parliament clearly said " our
Government is dedicated to the welfare of the poor; whatever we do, will be for the
welfare of the poor". In other words the mandate was given for Pro-poor
government. The Government as envisioned by Hon'ble Prime Minister has always
worked with the dictum of 'Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas' and brought major reforms
based on the principle of ' Minimum Government & Maximum Governance' .
At Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, we have set out our goal to light up the
lives of millions of our fellow countrymen, and especially of those who are the
poorest among the poor, by providing clean and reliable energy at an affordable
cost. Today, I can state with pride and satisfaction that, propelled by the policies of
the NDA government, the past two years have turned out to be a watershed
moment in our country’s economic growth.
The last two years have seen a renewed thrust to put the LPG segment on a fasttrack. PAHAL is an important initiative implemented nationwide, which has been
acknowledged by the Guinness Book of World Records as the World's largest cash
beneﬁt transfer scheme. The GiveItUp campaign for voluntarily giving up LPG
subsidy has become a huge success with more than 1 crore people signing up till
now. In a historic move, the government has decided to provide free LPG
connections to 5 crore women from BPL households. This scheme – Pradhan Mantri
The Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas has pursued multiple initiatives to fulﬁll
the ever increasing energy demand. Robust policy measures have been adopted to
give our Oil Exploration & Production sector a major push. Simultaneously,
diplomatic engagements with Oil producing countries have been accelerated with
an objective of securing Oil equity abroad.
Our mandate is to reduce import dependence by 10 percent by 2022, the year
when our nation completes 75 years of independence. In order to achieve that, we
are revisiting our sedimentary basins to scout not only for Oil and Gas but also for
unconventional energy resources like Shale Oil/Gas and Gas Hydrates. The
Hydrocarbon Exploration Licensing Policy (HELP) has been formulated to streamline
the processes and attract investment in our upstream sector. We are looking at
increasing the usage of Bio-fuels and Natural Gas in our energy basket.
Hon'ble Prime Minister's vision of the development of Eastern India has also
been our vital objective. In liaison with what he once rightly said,- ' India's progress is
incomplete without the development of Eastern India' , the Government is doing
everything possible for a holistic development of the Eastern States. We have also
given special thrust on integrating North East with Hydrocarbon landscape of the
country, through North East Hydrocarbon Vision Document 2030.
Over the past two years, we have consciously attempted to transform the
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas into an efﬁcient and transparent economic
ministry centred on people’s welfare. I remain optimistic that with the support and
co-operation of all stakeholders in the coming years, we will continue to make rapid
strides towards a cleaner, greener, and energy efﬁcient India.
With my very best wishes,
Consumer Centric Initiatives
Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana
National Gas Grid
Reﬁnery Capacity Expansion
PAHAL - Direct Beneﬁt Transfer in LPG
Increase in LPG Coverage
Gas Initiatives in Public Interest
West Coast Reﬁner
Direct Beneﬁt Transfer in Kerosene
2016 - Year of Consumers
Diesel Price Deregulation
Initiatives in the North-East
Reforming Hydrocarbon Exploration & Production
Skill Development Mission
Gas Pricing Reforms
Retail Outlets Opting for Solar Energy to Power Operations
Reform Initiatives in Existing Contracts for Enhancing Domestic Production
Plan to Give “Make in India” Big Push
Hydrocarbon Exploration and Licensing Policy (HELP)
Strategic Programme for Storage of Crude Oil
Discovered Small Field Policy
Contribution to “Swachh Bharat” Campaign Through a Series of Initiatives
Gas Pooling Mechanism for Fertilizer (Urea) Sector
Student Scholarships to Spark Interest in Areas of Energy Efﬁciency
Gas Supplies to Stranded Gas Based Power Plants
Ethanol Blended Petrol (EBP) Programme
Bio Diesel Programme
2G Ethanol Programme
1. About 10 crore Indian
households rely on ﬁrewood,
coal, dung-cakes, etc. as primary
source for cooking.
2. The smoke from such fuels
adversely affects the health of
women and children in the house
causing several respiratory
3. As per WHO report, smoke
inhaled by Women from unclean
fuel is equivalent to burning 400
cigarettes per hour.
4. In addition, Women and young
children have to also go through
the drudgery of collecting
5. Under PMUY, 5 crore LPG
connections will be provided to
BPL families with a support of
`1600 per connection in the
next 3 years.
6. ` 8000 Cr. has been allotted
towards the implementation
7. Hon'ble Prime Minister, Shri
Narendra Modi, on May 1, 2016,
inaugurated the campaign in
Balia, Uttar Pradesh.
8. To ensure women's
empowerment connections will
be issued in the name of women.
9. Identiﬁcation of BPL families will
be made through Socio Economic
Caste Census data.
10. PMUY is likely to result in an
additional 1 Lakh direct
11. Launch of the new scheme will
provide great boost to the 'Make
in India' as all the manufacturers
of cylinders, stove, regulator, gas
hose are domestic.
12. Likely to provide additional
business opportunity of at least
` 10,000 Crore. over the next 3
years to the Indian industry.
Feel the Joy of Giving
1. Hon'ble Prime Minister ,
Shri Narendra Modi, on March
27, 2015 launched the Give It Up
campaign at the annual energy focused summit Urja - Sangam
2015, appealing well -off LPG
consumers to give up LPG
4. Around 65 Lakh poor households
have been given new LPG
connections under Give Back
5. Every Consumer who gives up is
matched against a BPL consumer
who gets the LPG in lieu of the
2. Against each 'GiveItUp'
consumer, one security depositfree connection is given to a BPL
family (Give Back Scheme).
3. More than One Crore consumers
have given up their LPG Subsidy.
Transfer in LPG
1. The Government launched a
scheme for direct transfer of LPG
subsidy to consumers all over the
country from January 1,2015.
EK NAYI DISHA, EK NAYI PAHAL
2. This is the largest direct cash
transfer scheme in the world as
recognized by Guinness Book of
World Records .
3. Under this scheme, LPG is being
sold to consumers at the market
rate while the subsidy is directly
credited to their bank accounts
as per entitlement.
6. 15.40 Cr consumers have
beneﬁtted so far under PAHAL.
7. Subsidy of ` 32,000 Cr has been
directly transferred into bank
8. Outcome: 3.34 crore
detected & blocked.
9. More than ` 21,000 Cr of
subsidy has been saved by
4. Objective of scheme is to ensure
that the subsidy on LPG reach the
5. Beneﬁts include:
Right targeting of subsidy by
Direct Beneﬁt Transfer Elimination
connections Saving expenditure
1. During 2014-16 , 3.66 Cr new
LPG connections including
65 lakh connections to BPL
households were provided ,
which is highest ever in the
history of India.
4. LPG coverage to increase
signiﬁcantly from present level
5. 14 States/UTs with LPG coverage
below national average – would
be Focus States.
2. Target to provide 10 crore new
LPG connections in the next
3 years, out of which, 5 Cr
connections are for BPL
3. 10,000 new LPG distributorships
will be commissioned, primarily in
Transfer in Kerosene
1. Objective is to ensure that the
subsidies on Kerosene reach the
Right targeting of subsidy by
Direct Beneﬁt Transfer
Elimination of ghost beneﬁciaries
Saving expenditure on subsidy
Prevention of diversion of
3. DBTK is being launched in FY
2016-17 in 40 districts across the
4. Innovative Incentive mechanism
for sharing subsidy saving with
states - Perfect example of 'Cooperative Federation' .
5. States would be given Cash
incentive of 75% of subsidy
savings during ﬁrst two years,
50% in the third year and 25%
in the fourth year.
6. Chandigarh was declared
Kerosene-free city on April 1,