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RIGHT TO INFORMATION 2005

" Payment of requisite fee will be accepted as per provisions under RTI Act, 2005

Payment of requisite fee under RTI ACT should be made in the form of IPO, banker's cheque or bank draft in favour of GAIL (India) Limited payable at New Delhi"

List of Appellate Authorities

  1. Shri A. K. Manchanda, Appellate Authority: w.r.t. Appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of Issues relating to marketing functions across GAIL.
  2. Shri N. K. Agarwal Appellate Authority: w.r.t. Vijaipur – HVJ P/L, DVPL, GREP, VDPL, Compressor Stations at Hazira, Vaghodia, Jhabua, Khera,Vijaipur, Kailaras, Dibiapur, Chainsa, Gujarat Regional P/L, Vadodara,
    GPUs at Vijaipur, Vaghodia and Gandhar.
  3. Shri Amit Ray, Appellate Authority: will continue to function as Appellate Authority for areas other than Marketing, Operation & Maintenance,Petrochemicals and Project functions.
  4. Shri M B Gohil, Appellate Authority: with regard to appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of issues relating to GAIL-PATA
  5. Shri A.K. Singh, Executive Director (Projects), Noida with regard to appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of issues relating to Project activities (other than Petro chemical Complex at Pata).
  6. Shri E.S. Ranganathan, Executive Director (O&M), Noida, will deal with regard to appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of issues relating to O&M activities in the States of Maharashtra, Tripura, NCR Gas P/L Network, DUPL, DPPL, JLPL,GPU at Usar & Lakwa, CJPL, SNPL, BNPL, KMKRPL, NGMC, BIS, GAILTEL Departments.
  7. Shri S.N. Kumar, General Manager (O&M), Bengaluru will deal with regard to appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of issues relating to O&M activities in the States of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Goa.

CPIO :- Shri B.M. Solanki DGM (HR)
GAIL (India) Ltd., 16 Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi-110066
Email id: bmsolanki[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in

OICs/ ACPIOs Name and Address

Office Name and Address

1.

NOIDA SHRI VIJAY MUDGAL
GM(DRPJ-PMCC)
B-35-36, Sec.- 1, Noida. 201301

2.

PATA SHRI A.K.SHRIVASTAVA
GENERAL MANAGER (HR), Pata 
Petrochemical Complex, 
Distt: Auraiya (U.P), PATA - 206 241

3.

VIJAIPUR SHRI K.B.SINGH
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M)
GAIL Complex, Vijaipur,
Distt.- Guna –473112 (MP)

4.

HAZIRA SHRI ATUL KUMAR TRIPATHI
DY.GEN.MGR.(NG PL O&M)
Hazira Compressor Station,
Ichhapor-Maghdalla Road
PO:-ONGC-394518, Distt:-Surat(Gujarat)

5.

JHABUA SHRI ASIM PRASAD
DY. GENERAL MANAGER (NG PL O&M)
Jhabua Compressor Station,
Gaylar Kalan,
Jhabua - 457661 (M.P.)

6.

KHERA SHRI. RAJENDRA KUMAR
DY.GEN.MGR. (NG P/L O&M)
Khera Compressor Station
Village – Chikali, Chikali – Khera Road,
Tehsil. – Tarana, Distt. – Ujjain
P.O. -456665 ( M.P )

7.

DIBIYAPUR SHRI N. GANGOPATHYAY
DGM (NG P/L O&M)
HVJ Compressor Station
DIBIYAPUR, ETAWAH-206244 

8.

AGRA AND KAILARAS SHRI M.P. MAHATO
DY. GENERAL MANAGER(NG  PL-O&M)
ACPIO – Agra and Kailaras
Kailaras Compressor Station
Village -  Rithonia,
Kailaras
Distt. – Morena – 476224
Madhya Pradesh

9.

VADODRA SHRI GOUTAM PRASAD
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M) GUJARAT
Near Manisha Circle, Old Padra Rd. Vadodara -
390 015, Gujarat

10.

MUMBAI(O&M) SHRI S.K. SHRIVASTAVA
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M), MAHARASHTRA
7th Floor, B Wing Priyadarshini, Eastern Express
Highway, Mumbai-400022

11.

RAJAHMUNDRY / ANDHRA PRADESH / TELANGANA SHRI M.V.IYER
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M) AP & VSPL
A.V.A Road, Rajahmundry-533103

12.

PUDUCHERRY SHRI  A  ANBARASAN
DGM (O&M) TN & Puducherry
4th Floor Savitha Plaza Building
Indira Gandhi Square, 100 Feet Road, 
Puducherry - 605005

13.

AGARTALA SHRI SAPAN KUMAR BOSE
DGM(O&M), Agartala
Near Hindi Hr. Sec. School
Opp. Radhanagar Bus Stand
P.O. Ahbhoynagar
Agartala-799 005 (Tripura West)

14.

NCR SHRI S V PRASAD 
GEN. MGR. (O&M), NCR 
Gas- O&M Office, 16, M.G. Bharat Scouts & Guides 
Building Marg, IP Estate, New Delhi-110002

15.

GPU-USAR SHRI HANSRAJ MESHRAM
CHIEF MANAGER (GPU-OPER)
LPG Recovery Project USAR
Post: Malyan, Taluka: ALIBAGH
Distt: Raigad - 402203

16.

GPU-GANDHAR SHRI JILEDAR
GEN.MGR.(GPU O&M), Gandhar 
LPG Recovery Project, Village - Rozatankaria,
Taluka-Amod,Distt. Bharuch – 392 140 (Gujarat)

17.

GPU-VAGHODIA SHRI A K SINGH
DGM (GPU O&M) 
GIDC Industrial Estate, Vaghodia - 391760,
Distt-Vadodara (Gujarat)

18.

GPU-LAKWA SHRI VINAY PARSHAD
DGM (GPU O&M)
LPG Recovery plant, Lakwa,
Sivasagar - 785688
Assam

19.

JAIPUR (JLPL HQ) SHRI S. BAIRAGI
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M)
GAIL (India) Limited 
"GAIL Bhawan"
Sector-6, Vidhyadhar Nagar 
JAIPUR-302023, (Rajasthan) 

20.

JAMNAGAR(JLPL) SHRI U.P. BHAGAT
DY GENERAL MANAGER (LPG P/L O&M)
LPG Dispatch Terminal, RPL-RRTF Areas
Moti Khavdi, P.O. Digvijaygram
Distt.-Jamnagar - 361140

21.

SAMAKHAILI/
KANDLA (JLPL)
SHRI S.K.DUBE
CHIEF MGR. (LPG P/L O&M)
Intermediate Pumping Station,
KM Stone 270, National Highway - 15,
Vill& P.O-Lakadia, Distt- Kutch, Gujarat- 370145

22.

ABU ROAD(JLPL) SHRI ANIRBAN BHOWMIK
CHIEF MANAGER (LPG P/L O&M)
Booster Station
National Highway -14, P.O.Khadat
Distt.:Sirohi, Abu Road, 
Rajasthan - 307026

23.

NASIRABAD (JLPL) SHRI S. TIKU
CHIEF MGR. (LPG PL O&M)
Near Village Dilwari,
Nasirabad Kishengarh Road, Nasirabad
Ajmer- 305601

24.

LONI (JLPL) SHRI G.R.CHOUHAN
DY.GEN.MGR. (LPG P/L O&M)
C/O Indian Oil Corp. Ltd., LPG Bottling Plant,
Near Kalindi Kunj, Madanpur Khadar, Delhi

25.

VIZAG (VSPL) SHRI AMIT DAS
DY. GENERAL MANAGER (LPG P/L O&M)
Exim Park, Behind Vikas College,
Opp. Ayyappa Swami Temple
Sheela Nagar, POST BHPV,
Vishakapatnam-530012

26.

VIJAYWADA -G KONDURU
(VSPL)
SHRI KISHORE SINGHAL
CHIEF MGR. (LPG PL O&M) 
LPG Booster Sation
VILL. & MANDAL-G.KONDURU, KRISHNA
DISTT-VIJAYWADA -521229

27.

CHERLAPALLY
(VSPL)
SHRI AVIJIT MAJUMDAR
CH. MGR (LPG P/L O&M)
LPG Receiving Terminal , Vill. Rampally,
IDA PHASE-III
Cherlapally, Hyderabad - 500080

28.

AHMEDABAD ZO SHRI SHAMA SUNDARA
ZONAL GENERAL MANAGER 
809, Sakar II, Building
Near Ellis Bridge
Opposite Town Hall
Ahmedabad : 380 006
Gujarat

29.

BHOPAL ZONAL OFFICE SHRI BHIKHU RATHOD
ZONAL DY.GEN.MGR.
S-F-16, Mansarovar Complex,
Hoshangabad Road, 11th Floor, Bhopal- 4620016

30.

CHANDIGARH ZO SHRI MANAS KUMAR DAS
DY.GENERAL MANAGER (MKTG.)
GAIL (India) Limited
Udyog Bhawan, Annexe Building,
18, Himalaya Marg. Sector – 17C, 
Chandigarh- 160017 

31.

CHENNAI ZO SHRI R K CHOUBEY
ZONAL GENERAL MANAGER
7A, Kences Tower
No. 1, Ramakrishna Street, 
North Usman Road, T. Nagar
CHENNAI - 600 017

32.

HYDERABAD ZO SHRI R.K. SRIVASTAVA
ZONAL GENERAL MANAGER
Hyderabad Zonal Office, Module No: 105,
1st Floor, NSIC-EMDBP Building,
Kamalanagar, Dr. A S Rao Nagar,
ECIL (P.O), Hyderabad-500062

33.

JAIPUR ZO SHRI S. BAIRAGI
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M)
GTI, Sector-6, Vidyadhar Nagar, Jaipur- 302023

34.

KOLKATA ZO SHRI UMA SHANKAR PANDEY
DY.GENERAL MANAGER (MKTG)
2nd Floor, (North Wing), Sunny, 43
Ashutosh Choudhuri Avenue
Kolkata- 700 019

35.

LUCKNOW ZO SHRI ANAND MAKWANA
Zonal DGM
3rd Floor, Fortuna Tower
10, Rana Pratap Marg
LUCKNOW - 226 010

36.

MUMBAI ZO SHRI R.C.ARORA
ZONAL GENERAL MANAGER
7th Floor, B-Wing, Priyadarshini Building
Eastern Express Highway
Mumbai- 400022

37.

GTI Noida SHRI SUNIL KUMAR
GENERAL MANAGER (TRAINING)
Plot No 24, Sector 16A
NOIDA – 201301
Gautam Budh Nagar (UP)

38.

BELAPUR SHRI VIVEK VISWAS WATHODKAR
DY. GENERAL MANAGER (CONSTRUCTION)
GAIL (India) Limited
Central Construction Office 
DUPL Project, MTNL Telephone Exchange Building 
2md floor, Opp. CBD Belapur Rly Station 
Sector-11, Belapur
Navi Mumbai-400614

39

CHAINSA SHRI RATHISH KUMAR DAS,
DY. GENERAL MANAGER (NG  PL-O&M) & OIC
Chainsa Compressor Station
Tehsil – Ballabhgarh
Distt. – Faridabad- 121004
(Haryana)

40.

KOCHI SHRI B.N.RAO
DY.GEN. MANAGER (LPG P/L O&M)
10th Floor,  Revenue Tower,
Park Avenue Road
Kochi – 682001
Kerala

41.

BANGALORE / KARNATAKA / TAMIL NADU / KERALA / GOA / PUDUCHERRY SH. MURALI MOHAN
Dy. GEN. MANAGER (O&M)
Corporate Miller, 2nd Floor,
332/1, Thimmaiah Road
Vasant Nagar
Bengaluru- 560052
Karnataka

ORGANOGRAM – Under RTI Act, 2005
 
Bilingual Application formats under RTI Act, 2005       English       Hindi

CHAPTER PARTICULARS Page No.
CHAPTER –I PARTICULARS OF ORGANIZATION ITS FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES. 1 – 5
CHAPTER-II POWERS AND DUTIES OF OFFICERS & WORKMEN 6
CHAPTER-III PROCEDURES FOLLOWED IN THE DECISIONMAKING PROCESS, INCLUDING CHANNNELS OF
SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY
7
CHAPTER-IV THE NORMS SET FOR DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS 8
CHAPTER-V THE RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS HELD BY THE
COMPANY OR UNDER ITS CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS.
9 – 10
CHAPTER-VI STATEMENT OF CATEGORIES OF DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY THE COMPANY OR UNDER
ITS CONTROL.
11 – 1 3
CHAPTER-VII PARTICULARS OR ARRANGEMENT FOR CONSULTANT WITH THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF. 14
CHAPTER-VIII STATEMENT ON THE BOARD & SUB-COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD 15 – 17
CHAPTER-IX DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND WORKMEN 18 – 19
CHAPTER-X STATEMENT OF MONTHLY REMUNERATION OF OFFICERS AND WORKMEN INCLUDING THE
SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION.
20
CHAPTER-XI BUDGET ALLOCATION AND EXPENDITURE. 21 – 23
CHAPTER-XII MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES, INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND THE DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES. 24
CHAPTER-XIII PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORISATIONS GRANTED BY IT. 25
CHAPTER-XIV DETAILS OF INFORMATION AVAILABLE OR HELD IN ELECTRONIC FORM 26
CHAPTER-XV PARTICULARS OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION 27
CHAPTER-XVI NAMES, DESIGNATION AND OTHER PARTICULARS OF CENTRAL PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICERS. 28 -35


CHAPTER-I
GAIL (INDIA) LIMITED
1. Date of incorporation : 16th August, 1984
2. Mode of incorporation : Incorporated as a Public Limited Company under the Companies Act, 1956
3. Administrative Machinery : Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Government of India
4. Details of disinvestment : As per Annexure – I
5. Present Status : A Government Company within the meaning of Section 617 of the Companies Act, 1956
6. Present Shareholding : As per Annexure- II
7. Listing with Stock Exchanges : Equity Shares of the Company are listed at the following Stock Exchanges:-
(i) Bombay Stock Exchange Limited
(ii) National Stock Exchange of India Limited
Global Depository Receipts (GDRs) of the Company are listed at London Stock Exchange.
8. Share Capital
Authorized
Issued, Subscribed and Paid-up

: Rs. 2000 Crores
: Rs. 1268.48 Crores
 
Annexure-I
       
Details of disinvestments made by GoI of its Equity holding in GAIL
Year and Details
Numbers of Shares
disinvested by the
Government of
India
% of Shares
disinvestment to
Share Capital
Shares held by
Government of
India after
Disinvestments
1995
Disinvestment through
private placement in
the domestic market.
2,85,29,025 3.38 81,67,90,975
1999
Disinvestment through
private placement in
the domestic market.
3,06,09,600 3.62 78,61,81,375
1999
Sale of Shares of
Indian Oil Corporation
Limited and to the Oil
and Natural Gas
Corporation Limited
(each being a
Government
Company)
8,16,79,098 9.66 70,45,02,277
1999
Disinvestment through
GDR Mechanism
13,50,00,000 15.96 56,95,02,277
2004 Disinvestment through Offer for Sale. 8,45,65,160 10.00 48,49,37,117
Total 36,03,82,883 42.62 --
Note:- Consequent upon issuance of bonus shares (one fully paid-up bonus share for every two equity shares held), the President of India holding is 72,74,05,675 equity shares.
 
Annexure-II
       
Present Shareholding Pattern
       
(I) (a) Statement Showing Shareholding Pattern
Name of the Company : GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
Scrip Code, Name of the scrip, class of security: BSE-532155, NSE-GAIL-EQ                   /EQUITY
Quarter Ended :     30-Jun-2015
Partly paid-up shares:- No. of partly paid-up shares As a % of total no.of partly paid-up shares As a % of total no. of shares of the company
Held by promoter/promoter group NA NA NA
Held by public NA NA NA
Total NA NA NA
Outstanding convertible Securities:- No.of outstanding securities As a % of total no. of outstanding convertible securities As a % of total no. of shares of the company, assuming full conversion of the convertible securities
Held by promoter/promoter group NA NA NA
Held by public NA NA NA
Total NA NA NA
Warrants:- No. of warrants As a % of total no. of warrants As a % of total no. of shares of the company, assuming full conversion of warrants
Held by promoter/promoter group 0 0 .0000
Held by public 0 0 .0000
Total 0 0 .0000
Total paid-up capital of the
company,assuming full conversion of
warrants and convertible securities
1268477400
(I) (a) Statement Showing Shareholding Pattern
Name Of The Company : GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
Quarter Ended :      30-Jun-2015
Category
Code
Category of Shareholders Number of
shareholders
Total no. of
Shares
No. of Shares
held in
Demateralised
form
Total shareholding as a
percentage of total
shares
Shares pledged or otherwise encumbered
As a percentage
of (A+B)
As a percentage
of (A+B+C)
Number
of shares
As a
percentage
A Shareholding of Promoter and Promoter Group              
1. Indian  
a Individuals / Hindu Undivided Family 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
b Central Government / State Government(s) 1 711695832 711695832 56.8422 56.1063 0 .0000
c Bodies Corporate 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
d Financial Institutions / Banks 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
e
Any Other (Specify)              
i Trust 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
ii Society 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
iii Educational Institutions 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
  Sub Total (A)(1) : 1 711695832 711695832 56.8422 56.1063 0 .0000
2 Foreign  
a Individuals (Non Resident Indians / Foreign Individuals) 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
b Bodies Corporate 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
c Institutions 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
d Any Other ( Specify ) 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
  Sub Total (A)(2) : 0 0 0 .0000 .0000 0 .0000
  Total Shareholding of Promoter and Promoter Group (A) = (A)(1) + (A)(2) : 1 711695832 711695832 56.8422 56.1063 0 .0000
B Public Shareholding           NA NA
1 Institutions           NA NA
a Mutual Funds / UTI 85 10661406 10646306 .8515 .8405    
b Financial Institutions / Banks 49 32164250 32163200 2.5689 2.5357    
c Central Government / State Government(s) 2 91888984 91888984 7.3390 7.2440    
d Venture Capital Funds 0 0 0 .0000 .0000    
(I) (a) Statement Showing Shareholding Pattern
Name of The Company : GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
Quarter Ended :   30-Jun-2015
Category
Code
Category of Shareholders Number of
shareholders
Total no. of
Shares
No. of Shares
held in
Demateralised
form
Total shareholding as a
percentage of total
shares
Shares pledged or
otherwise encumbered
As a percentage
of (A+B)
As a percentage
of (A+B+C)
Number
of shares
As a
percentage
B Public Shareholding           NA NA
1. Institutions           NA NA
e Insurance Companies 12 141443588 141443588 11.2969 11.1507    
f Foreign Institutional Investors 410 236192550 236189950 18.8644 18.6202    
g Foreign Venture Capital Investors 0 0 0 .0000 0000    
h Qualified Foreign Investor 0 0 0 .0000 .0000    
i Any Other (Specify) 0 0 0 .0000 .0000    
  Sub Total (B)(1) : 558 512350778 512332028 40.9207 40.3911    
2 Non-Institutions           NA NA
a Bodies Corporate 1443 6539587 6539287 .5223 .5155    
b
i
Individuals
Individual Shareholders Holding Nominal Share Capital Upto Rs. 1 Lakh.
159145 18696464 18611697 1.4933 1.4739    
ii Individual Shareholders Holding Nominal Share Capital in excess of Rs. 1 Lakh. 40 739107 739107 .0590 .0583    
c Qualified Foreign Investor 0 0 0 .0000 .0000    
d
i
Any Other (Specify)
Trust & Foundations
37 1269835 1269835 .1014 .1001    
ii Cooperative Societies 0 0 0 .0000 .0000    
iii Educational Institutions 0 0 0 .0000 .0000    
iv Non Resident Individual 2841 764865 759413 .0611 .0603    
v Foreign Companies 0 0 0 .0000 .0000    
vi OCB 0 0 0 .0000 .0000    
  Sub Total (B)(2) : 163506 28009858 27919339 2.2371 2.2081    
  Total Public Shareholding (B) = (B)(1) + (B)(2) : 164064 540360636 540251367 540251367 42.5992    
  Total (A) + (B) : 164065 1252056468 1251947199 100.0000 98.7055 0 .0000
C Shares held by Custodians and against which Depository Receipts have been issued           NA NA
1 Promoter and Promoter Group 0 0 0 0 0
2 Public 1 16420932 16420932 0 1.2945
  GRAND TOTAL (A) + (B) + (C) 164066 1268477400 1268368131 100.0000 100.0000
             
UNIT : GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
(I) (b) Statement showing shareholding of persons belonging to the category "Promoter and Promoter Group"
Srl. No. Name of the shareholder Total shares held Shares pledged or otherwise encumbered
Number As a % of
grand total
(A)+(B)+(C)
Number As a
percentage
As a % of
grand total
(A)+(B)+(C) of
sub-clause (1)(a)
1 PRESIDENT OF INDIA 711695832 56.1063 0 .0000 .0000
  TOTAL 711695832 56.1063 0 .0000 .0000
UNIT : GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
(I) (c)(i) Statement showing holding of securities(including shares,warrants,convertible securities) of persons belonging to the category"Public" and holding more than 1 % of the total number of shares.
Srl. No. Name of the shareholder Number of Shares
Shares as a percentage of total number of shares
{i.e., Grand Total (A)+(B)+(C) indicated in
Statement at para (I)(a) above }
Details of Warrants Details of Convertible Securities held Total shares(including underlying shares assuming full conversion of warrants and conevrtible securities) as a % of diluted share capital
Number of Warrants As a % of total number of warrants of the same class Number of convertible securities held As a % of total number of convertible securities of the same class
 
1 LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA 118550963 9.3459
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
2 OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LIMITED 61259323 4.8294
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
3 INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LIMITED 30629661 2.4147
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
4 MATTHEWS PACIFIC TIGER FUND 24282108 1.9143
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
5 LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA P & GS FUND 22978892 1.8115  
  TOTAL 257700947 20.3158
Nil Nil Nil Nil Nil
UNIT : GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
(I) (c)(ii) Statement showing holding of securities(including shares,warramnts,convertible securities) of persons (together with PAC) belonging to the category "Public" and holding more than 5% of the total number of shares of the company.
Srl. No. Name of the shareholder Total shares held Details of Warrants Details of Convertible Securities held
Number Shares as a percentage of total number of shares {i.e., Grand Total (A)+(B)+(C) indicated in Statement at para (I)(a) above } Number of
Warrants
As a % of total number of warrants of the same class Number of convertible Securities held % w.r.t total number of convertible securities of the same class
1 LIFE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF INDIA 118550963 9.3459 Nil Nil Nil Nil
  TOTAL 118550963 9.3459 Nil Nil Nil Nil
UNIT : GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
(I) (d) Statement showing details of locked-in shares.
Srl. No. Name of the shareholder Number of Shares Shares as a percentage of total number of shares {i.e., Grand Total (A)+(B)+(C) indicated in Statement at para (I)(a) above }
1 NIL NIL NIL
  TOTAL NIL NIL
UNIT : GAIL (INDIA) LTD.
(II) (a) Statement showing details of Depository Receipts (DRs)
Srl. No. Type of outstanding DR (ADRS,GDRs, SDRs,etc.) Number of outstanding DRs Number of shares underlying outstanding DRs Shares underlying outstanding DRs as a percentage of total number of shares (i.e Grand Total (A)+(B)+(C) indicated in statement at para (1)(a) above)
1 GLOBAL DEPOSITORY RECEIPTS(GDRs) 2736822 16420932 1.295
  TOTAL 2736822 16420932 1.295
(II) (b) Statement showing details of Depository Receipts (DRs) where underlying shares held by 'promoter/promoter group' are in excess of 1 % of the total number of shares.
Srl. No. Name of the DR Holder Type of outstanding DRs (ADRs,GDRs, SDRs etc ) Number of shares underlying outstanding DRs Shares underlying outstanding DRs as a percentage of total number of shares (i.e Grand Total (A)+(B)+(C) indicated in statement at para (1)(a) above)
  TOTAL Nil    


CHAPTER II
POWERS & DUTIES OF OFFICERS & STAFF


The powers & duties of the officers and workman of the Company are derived mainly from the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 and Memorandum & Articles of Association of the Company. GAIL, primarily being a gas transmission Company, is a commercial organization. The officers & workmen of the Company are appointed for carrying out the business operations of the Company, which are in line with the objectives specified in the Memorandum of Association of the Company.

The powers and duties of the officers & workmen of the Company are limited only to carry out the business operations of the Company.

While discharging duties and responsibilities, officers & workmen of the Company are complying with the applicable provisions of the Constitution of India and other applicable Statues and rules & regulations framed thereunder.



CHAPTER III
PROCEDURES FOLLOWED IN THE DECISION-MAKING PROCESS,
INCLUDING CHANNELS OF SUPERVISION AND ACCOUNTABILITY

The decisions making process of the Company follows the following Channel

  BOARD OF DIRECTORS
  FUNCTIONAL DIRECTORS
  EXECUTIVES

Overall management of the Company is vested with the Board of Directors of the Company. The Board of Directors is the highest decision making body within the Company.


As per the provisions of the Companies Act, 1956 certain matters require the approval of the shareholders of the Company in General Meeting. Similarly, in terms of the guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises certain matters require the approval of the Government of India.


The Board of Directors is accountable to the shareholders of the Company, which is the ultimate authority of a Company. GAIL being a Public Sector Enterprises (PSE), the Board of Directors of the Company is also accountable to Government of India.

The Powers, which are not delegated are exercised by the Board of Directors subject to the restrictions and provisions of the Companies Act, 1956.


CHAPTER –IV
THE NORMS SET FOR DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS


The Company has well defined procedure and guidelines for discharge of various functions as under;


1) Delegation of Powers:
The officers of the Company at various levels discharge their functions & responsibilities within the powers delegated to them by the Board of Directors under Delegations of Powers.

2) Laid down Policies and Guidelines:
GAIL is having laid down policies and guidelines governing major activities of the Company. While discharging the functions the officers need to follow these laid down policies and guidelines.

3) Manuals
GAIL has procedural manuals covering all important activities viz Purchase Manual, Stores & Inventory Manual, Contract Manual, Marketing Manual, Accounts Manual and Operational Manuals. These Manuals ensure carrying of activities in a systematic and standardized manner and eliminate the the scope of exercise of discretion. While discharging the functions covered by these Manuals, the officers need to follow the provisions of these Manuals.

4) Guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises
GAIL being a PSU follows the guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises and directions of Government of India issued from time to time.

5) Guidelines of Chief Vigilance Commission
GAIL being a PSU follows the guidelines of Chief Vigilance Commission (CVC).

6) Compliance of provisions of Statutes, etc.
While discharging the respective functions, officers are required to comply with the applicable provisions of Indian Constitution, Statues and Rules & Regulations.


CHAPTER –V
THE RULES, REGULATIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, MANUALS AND RECORDS HELD BY THE COMPANY OR UNDER ITS CONTROL OR USED BY ITS EMPLOYEES FOR DISCHARGE OF FUNCTIONS.

The important internal Rules, Regulations, Manuals & Records, which are used by the employees of the Company in discharge of their functions are given below:

A) Matters pertaining to Company affairs


i) Memorandum & Articles of Association;
ii) Decisions of the Board of Directors and sub-committees of the Board from time to time as contained in the minutes book;
iii) Decision of shareholders in the General Meeting as contained in the minutes book;
iv) Code of conduct for the Board Members and Senior Management Personnel.

B) Matters pertaining to Finance & Accounts
i) Cash Flow System,
ii) Grievance Redressal System;
iii) Accounting Manual;
iv) Delegation of Powers;

C) Matters pertaining to Works, Contract, Sales, Procurement, Inventory etc.
i) Disposal Procedure
ii) Stores & Inventory Manual
iii) Contracts and Procurement Procedure
iv) Delegations of Powers
v) General Conditions of Contracts.

D) Establishment matters pertaining to GAIL employees

i) Employees (Conduct, Discipline and Appeal) Rules 1986 as amended from time to time.
ii) Leave Rules
iii) Medical Attendance and Treatment Rules
iv) Post Retirement Medical Attendant Scheme
v) Promotion Policies
vi) Rules pertaining to House Building Advance, Conveyance Advance; etc.
vii) Directives regarding recruitment & promotion SC/ST
viii) Directives regarding recruitment of OBC, Physically Handicapped, Women and minorities.
ix) Training Policy

E) Others

i) MOU targets
ii) Advertising and Communication Policy.
iii) Cultural Promotion Policy

CHAPTER –VI
DOCUMENTS THAT ARE HELD BY THE COMPANY OR UNDER ITS CONTROL


The various categories of documents that are being held by the company or under its control are given below:

A) Documents pertaining to incorporation, License, etc.
1. Memorandum & Article of Association
2. Industrial Licenses
3. Factory Licenses

B) Documents pertaining Accounts:
1. Books of Accounts
2. Annual Reports
3. Statement of Quarterly Financial Results
4. Accounts Manual
5. Documents pertaining to payment of Income Tax, Tax Deducted at Sources etc.
6. Vouchers etc.

C) Documents pertaining to Company Affairs
1. Statutory Registers under the Companies Act, 1956
2. Statutory Registers under other applicable Acts and Rules & Regulations
3. Annual Returns under the Companies Act.
4. Returns & Forms under the Companies Act filed with the Registrar of Companies etc.

D) Documents pertaining to Board Meeting & General Meetings
1. Agenda Papers of Board Meetings
2. Minutes Book of meetings of the Board of Directors
3. Agenda papers of Board Sub-Committees
4. Minutes Book of meetings of Board sub-committees
5. Minutes Book of General Meetings of the shareholders etc.

E) Documents pertaining to Contracts, Works, Sales, Procurements & Inventory
1. Contract and Procurement procedure
2. Procedure Manual
3. Tender Documents & Internal Files etc.

F) Documents pertaining to plant Operations
1. Operational Manuals
2. Documents containing information pertaining to productions and dispatch of products.

G) Documents pertaining to payment of excise duty, sales tax, etc.

H) Document pertaining to projects
1. Detailed Techno-Economic Feasibility Reports of Projects Implemented and under implementation.
2. Documents relating to clearance and approval of Competent Authorities.

I) Agreements
1. Agreement with Gas Consumers
2. Agreement with Project Consultant, Consultants, etc.
3. Agreement with vendors, transporters, service providers etc.
4. Agreement/MoU for transportation of Natural Gas, etc.
5. Agreement /MoU for transportation of Petroleum products
6. MoU with the International and Indian Parties for Strategic Investments and global opportunities
7. Agreement for purchase of LNG gas from International Gas Suppliers.
8. Agreement for Purchase of Gas from ONGC and other Parties.

J) Documents pertaining to establishment matters
1. Documents containing the details of employees
2. Various internal policies, rules & regulations pertaining establishment matters;
3. Annual Confidential Reports of employees.
4. Delegation of Powers.

K) Documents pertaining to operation of Community Development and other welfare scheme.
1. Policy/guidelines on Corporate Social Responsibilities
2. Policy/guidelines for scholarship for SC/ST students.
3. Documents, containing information regarding Corporate Social Responsibilities.

L) Documents pertaining to general administration
1. Land and other property related documents.
2. Advertising policies etc.

M) Documents pertaining to Legal matters.
1. Petition, plaints, written statements and other documents submitted to Hon’ble Courts, tribunals etc.
2. Orders Hon’ble Courts, etc.


CHAPTER –VII
PARTICULARS OF ARRANGEMENT FOR CONSULTATION WITH THE MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC IN RELATION TO THE FORMULATION OF POLICY OR IMPLEMENTATION THEREOF.


GAIL is a commercial organization and policies formulated by it relate to its internal management and hence there is no arrangement for consultation with the members of the Public prior to formulation of its internal policies. However, internal policies of the Company are formulated complying with the applicable provisions of the constitution, status, rules & regulation, etc.

However, if people dealing with the Company in its business transactions have complaints grievances they can approach the concerned officers or Redressal of Vendors Grievances Forum.

CHAPTER –VIII
STATEMENT ON THE BOARD & SUB-COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD (AS ON 21ST MAY, 2015)

Board of Directors:

The Management of the Company is vested with the Board of Directors. In terms of the Articles of Association of the Company, the Board of Directors can have minimum three Directors and maximum twenty Directors.

The Composition of the Board of Directors is given below:

S. No.

Name of the Director

Category

1.

Shri B.C. Tripathi

Chairman and Managing Director

2.

Shri Prabhat Singh

Director (Marketing)

3.

Shri M. Ravindran

Director (HR)

4.

Dr. Ashutosh Karnatak

Director (Projects)

5.

Shri Subir Purkayastha

Director (Finance)

6.

Shri Ashutosh Jindal

Part-time Director (Government Nominee)

7.

Smt. Anuradha Sharma Chagti

Part-time Director (Government Nominee)

Sub-Committees of the Board:

The Board has constituted various committees with specific powers and distinct roles and responsibilities. The minutes of all sub-committees of Board are put to the Board for information from time to time.

Agenda as well as minutes of meeting(s) of the Board of Directors and sub-committee(s) of the Board contain information related to commercial interest of the Company and disclosure will lead to leakage of vital business information. Therefore, agenda and minutes of the Board of Directors and sub-committee(s) of the Board are not accessible to public. However, important decisions taken regarding the Company and/or its management are communicated to the statutory authorities and also to the public as required under applicable laws of the land.

The Sub-committees of the Board is given below:

  1. Audit Committee
  2. Business Development & Marketing Committee
  3. Corporate Social Responsibility Committee
  4. Empowered Contracts & Procurement Committee
  5. Empowered Committee (Natural Gas, LNG & Polymers) for import of Natural Gas/LNG/Polymers
  6. Finance Committee
  7. H.R. Committee
  8. Project Appraisal Committee
  9. Nomination and Remuneration Committee
  10. Stakeholders Relationship Committee
  11. Stakeholders’ Grievance Redressal Committee
  12. Sustainable Development Committee

The details of the Sub-Committees of the Board are given below:

S.  No

Name of Committee(s)

Constitution of Committee(s)

Quorum

Scope

1.

Audit Committee 1. Director (HR) - Chairperson
2. Director (Marketing)
3. Director (Projects)

Committee will be re-constituted after appointment of Independent Directors

Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is greater.

Oversight of financial reporting process, recommending the appointment of and fixation of fees for auditors, approval of payment to auditors for payment of any other services rendered, reviewing annual and quarterly financial statements, reviewing performance of statutory / internal auditors and adequacy of internal control system,  reviewing adequacy of internal audit function, discussion with internal auditors, reviewing findings of internal investigations, discussion with statutory auditors, reviewing whistle blower mechanism, approval or any subsequent modification of transactions of the company with related parties; scrutiny of inter-corporate loans and investments; valuation of undertakings or assets of the company, wherever it is necessary; evaluation of internal financial controls and risk management systems. Role, responsibilities and powers of Audit Committee as per Listing Agreement(s); Companies Act, 2013; DPE guidelines as amended from time to time.

To deal with all the aspects of ethics in the Company.

2.

Business Development & Marketing Committee 1. Director (Marketing)–
Chairperson
2. Director (Finance)
3. Director (HR)
4. JS, MoP&NG
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is greater To approve proposals of business development and marketing groups that fall within powers of Board like strategic planning, strategic alliance, joint ventures and acquisition/merger Globalization through business participation in a foreign country, Opening of offices abroad, bid application to PNGRB, Consideration of new areas of business, Issue related to Policy/ rules/regulations relating to marketing of natural gas, LPG, polymers, GAILTEL and other products and services, subject to DPE guidelines. To review mid term performance on MoU parameters.

3.

Corporate Social Responsibility Committee 1. CMD- Chairperson
2. Director (HR)
3. JS, MoP&NG
Committee will be re-constituted after appointment of Independent Directors
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is greater. To formulate and recommend to the Board, a CSR Policy, recommend the amount of expenditure to be incurred and monitor the CSR Policy of the company from time to time. Any other activity delegated by the Board. Role of CSR Committee as per Companies Act, 2013; DPE guidelines as amended from time to time.

4.

Empowered Contracts & Procurement Committee (ECPC) CMD and all the Functional Directors. CMD is the Chairman of the Committee. CMD, Director (Finance) and concerned Director. To approve Procurement cases.

5.

Empowered Committee (Natural Gas, LNG & Polymers) for import of Natural Gas/LNG/ Polymers 1. CMD Chairperson
2. Director (Marketing)
3. Director (Finance)
4. Director(HR)
5. JS, MoP&NG
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is higher. To approve:

  1. import of Natural Gas, LNG & Polymers on short/medium term and long term basis; 
  2. signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU)/Frame Work Agreement/Cooperation Agreement/other similar agreements with LNG suppliers, agreeable to supply LNG on term basis to GAIL, for jointly pursuing various gas sector opportunities in India/abroad; and
  3. booking of LNG liquefaction capacity abroad as well as sourcing of natural gas for the purpose of liquefaction on tolling basis

6.

Finance Committee 1. Director (Marketing) – Chairperson
2. Director (Finance)
3. Director (Projects)
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is higher. To finalize Hedging strategy and financial matters referred to the Committee. To review various options available with GAIL to leverage its financial strength for funding of various projects/schemes which are approved, foreign exchange exposure before putting up to the Board.

7.

H.R. Committee 1. CMD- Chairperson
2. All the Functional Directors
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is higher.

CMD/ Functional Directors who are Disciplinary Authority or Appellate Authority in a disciplinary case shall not form part of the quorum of HR Committee. Accordingly, all disciplinary cases pending with Employee’s Disciplinary Committee shall be put up to HR Committee and Independent Director, if any, otherwise senior most Functional
Director shall Chair the committee in such Disciplinary matters)
Issues pertaining to rules and regulations relating to recruitment, promotions and condition of services of employees of the Company, social welfare schemes, incentives schemes and changes therein and amendment in CDA Rules, payment of gratuity and implementation of voluntary retirement scheme, subject to DPE guidelines.

To act as Appellate & Reviewing Authority of Executives of GAIL under GAIL Employees’ (Conduct, Disciplinary & Appellate) Rules, 1986.

Review of redressal of employee complaints.

8.

Project Appraisal Committee 1. CMD- Chairperson
2. Director (Finance)
3. Concerned Functional Director
4. JS, MoP&NG
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is higher, provided one of the non- executive Director is present. Projects costing Rs.100 crores and more would require appraisal, subject to DPE guidelines.

9.

Nomination and Remuneration Committee 1. JS, MoP&NG -  Chairperson
2. Director (Marketing)
3. Director (Projects)
Invitee - Director (Finance)
Invitee - Director (HR)

Committee will be re-constituted after appointment of Independent Directors

Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is higher. Deliberate and decide on PRP pool and policy of distribution of Performance Related Pay (PRP) to employees.

Examination of issues relating to pay and perks other than PRP prior to consideration by the Board.

To identify the persons qualified to become directors and who may be appointed in senior management in accordance with the criteria laid down, recommend to the Board their appointment and removal and shall carry out evaluation of every director’s performance and formulate the criteria for determining qualifications, positive attributes and independence of a director and recommend to the Board a policy, relating to the remuneration for the directors, key managerial personnel and other employees. Role of Nomination and Remuneration Committee as per Listing Agreement; Companies Act, 2013; DPE guidelines as amended from time to time.

10.

Stakeholders Relationship Committee 1. JS, MoP&NG -  Chairperson
2. Director (HR)
3. Director (Projects)
Committee will be re-constituted after appointment of Independent Directors
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is higher. To look into the redressal of security holders of the company and matters relating to R&TA. Role of Stakeholders Relationship Committee as per Listing Agreement; Companies Act, 2013 as amended from time to time.

To approve issuance of duplicate share certificate.

11.

Stakeholders’ Grievance Redressal Committee 1. Director (Finance) Chairperson
2. Director(Marketing)-  
3. Concerned Functional Director not involved w.r.t. subject  disputes, such as:

  1. For Projects related dispute – Director (HR)
  2. For Marketing related dispute– Director (Projects)
  3. For HR related dispute – Director (Finance)  and 
  4. For BD related disputes – Director (Marketing)
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is higher. To redress the grievance of all stakeholders. Empowered to take a decision on the disputes referred for settlement amicably.

12.

Sustainable Development Committee 1. Director (Projects) - Chairperson
2. Director (HR)
3. Director (Finance)
4. Director (Marketing)
Two or 1/3rd of the strength of the Committee, whichever is higher. Formulating and monitoring of sustainable development plan and its execution.

To review HSE performance and emergency preparedness.
CHAPTER – IX
REGARDING DIRECTORY OF OFFICERS AND STAFF

List of Corporate Office New Delhi

S. No.
NAME (S/Shri)
DESIGNATION
PHONE
E-mail ID
1.

Sh. B. C. Tripathi

Chairman & Managing Director

011-26102077

bctripathi@gail.co.in
2.

Sh. Prabhat Singh

Director (Marketing)

011-26182148

Prabhat.singh@gail.co.in
3.

Sh M. Ravindran

Director (Human Resources)

011-26102055

mravindran@gail.co.in
4.

Dr. Ashutosh Karnatak

Director (Project)

011- 41455516

akarnatak@gail.co.in
5.

Sh. Subir Purkayastha

Director (Finance)

011- 41455516

6.

Sh. P Bhutani

SEA to Dir (Finance)

9999313546

 
7.

Sh. Rajesh Ranjan

CVO

011-26194153

rajesh.ranjan@gail.co.in
8.

Sh. Ajeet Kumar

SES to CVO

9810414564

 
9.

Sh. N. K. Nagpal

GM (Company Secretary)

011-26170740

nknagpal@gail.co.in
10.

Sh. P K Gupta

ED (Marketing - PC)

011-26173038

 
11.

Sh. Amit Ray

ED (HR- & HRD)

011-26170738

 
12.

Sh. S. K. Vaid

ED (Cord. & OL)

011-26180159

 
13.

Smt. V. Chanana

ED (CC + CSR)

011-26166346

 
14.

Sh. V. N. Dutt

GM (Gas Marketing) (RLNG, P/L Mktg, APM, PMT, Agra Ferozabad)

 
15.

Sh. V. S. Baid

GM (PC Marketing)

011-26165536

 
16.

Sh. Shantanu Roy

GM (CP)

011-26165690

 
17.

Sh. B. L. Jain

GM (F&A)

011-26191544

 
18.

Sh. Anil Sahni

GM (Pricing)

011-26174379

 
19.

Sh. L. R. Gupta

ED (F& A)

011-26170123

 
20.

Sh. R. C. Gupta

GM (F & A)

011-26162330

 



CHAPTER – X
STATEMENT OF MONTHLY REMUNERATION OF OFFICERS AND WORKMEN INCLUDING SYSTEM OF COMPENSATION

The remuneration of the officers of the company is governed by the guidelines of the Department of Public Enterprises, Government of India. The pay scales of officers are of Industrial DA pattern.

The remunerations of workmen are fixed through negotiations with Workmen’s Union subject to the overall guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises, Government of India.

The monthly emolument of officers and workmen at various grades is given below:

MANPOWER POSITION AS ON 31-05-2015
Grade E-9 E-8 E-7# E-6A# & * E-6 E-5 E-4 E-3 E-2 E-1 E-0
Pay Scale 62000-80000 51300-73000 Prov. Max. of 71000 Prov. Max. of 68500 43200-66000 36600-62000 32900-58000 29100-54500 24900-50500 20600-46500 16400-40500
Strength 27 75 181 * 438 567 475 702 640 270 4
* : presently not operational
# : Provisional scale, reference sent to MoP&NG

Non-Executive Cadre:
Grade S-7 S-6 S-5 S-4 S-3 S-2 S-1 S-0
Pay Scale 16300-38500 15700-37000 14500-36000 13500-34000 12500-33000 11700-28500 11000-25000 10500-24000
Strength 282 83 233 144 101 17 31 3

Please note that the above manpower also includes Advisor (Security) (E8) who is on deputation to GAIL.

Note: In addition to above, the Company offers Company accommodation/ leased accommodation, conveyance expenses, LFA/LTC, leave encashment, medical benefit, Gratuity/PF, House Building Loan, vehicle Loan etc.
Mission
To accelerate and optimize the effective and economic use of Natural Gas and its fractions for the benefit of the national economy.

Vision
Be the leading company in Natural Gas and Beyond, with Global Focus, Committed to Customer Care, Value Creation for all Stakeholders and Environmental Responsibility.

Key Elements of GAIL's Vision

Ethics
We are transparent, fair and consistent in dealing with all people. We insist on honesty, integrity and trustworthiness in all our activities.

Customer
We strive relentlessly to exceed the expectations of our customers, both internal and external. Our customers prefer us.

People
We believe our success is driven by the commitment and excellence of our people. We attract and retain result-oriented people who are proud their work and are satisfied with nothing less than the very best in everything they do. We encourage individual initiative by creating opportunities for our people to learn and grow. We respect the individual rights and dignity of all people.

Shareholders
We meet the objectives of our shareholders by providing them superior returns and value through their investments in us.

Safety, Health and Environment
We promote highest levels of safety in our operations, health of our employees and a clean environment. We strive for continuous development of the communities in which we operate.

Technology
We believe technology is the key to the future success of our organisation. We advocate use of 'best-in-class' technologies.

FIVE YEAR PROFILE
(A) FINANCIAL

(Rs. in Crores)

 

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

2012-13

2013-14

PAID-UP CAPITAL

1268.48

1268.48

1268.48

1268.48

1268.48

RESERVES & SURPLUS

15530.52

17984.86

20,357.35

22959.32

25803.85

SECURED LOANS

1,446.00

2,310.00

3,023.50

4,106.00

4,679.75

UNSECURED LOANS

34.38

-

2323.35

4,957.50

5,588.33

DEFERRED TAX LIABILITY (NET)

1,389.56

1,633.24

1,768.64

2,300.06

2,566.37

 

19,668.94

23,196.58

28,741.32

35,591.36

39,906.78

REPRESENTED BY :

 

 

 

 

 

GROSS BLOCK

21,037.67

22,144.38

26,306.63

31,148.97

34,056.32

LESS : DEPRECIATION

9,106.57

9,740.81

10,449.01

11,441.52

12,579.69

NET FIXED ASSETS

11,931.10

12,403.57

15,857.62

19,707.45

21,476.63

CAPITAL WORK-IN-PROGRESS

2,330.49

5,879.17

8,241.76

9,118.99

9,757.19

INVESTMENTS / ADVANCES FOR INVESTMENT (PENDING ALLOTMENT)

2,073.3

2,582.52

3,548.93

3,955.15

4,288.70

NET CURRENT ASSETS

3,334.32

2,331.32

1,093.01

2,809.77

4,384.26

 

19,668.94

23,196.58

28,741.32

35,591.36

39,906.78

GROSS SALES

25,375.80

32,907.09

40,821.79

48,005.21

58,012.06

GROSS MARGIN

5,210.37

5,973.10

6,247.18

7,233.73

7,944.66

DEPRECIATION

561.90

650.25

790.71

980.94

1,176.15

INTEREST

70.00

82.86

116.46

195.02

366.19

PROFIT/(LOSS) BEFORE TAX

4,578.47

5,239.99

5,340.01

6,057.77

6,402.32

PROFIT/(LOSS) AFTER TAX

3,139.84

3,561.13

3,653.84

4,022.20

4,375.27

DIVIDEND INCL. INTERIM DIVIDEND

951.36

951.36

1,103.57

1,217.74

1,319.21

CORPORATE DIVIDEND TAX

158.99

155.32

179.02

203.03

224.20

INTERNAL GENERATION

3,701.74

4,211.38

4,444.55

5,003.14

5,551.42

NET WORTH

16,607.48

19,054.12

21,449.44

24,038.17

26,858.08

CAPITAL EMPLOYED INCLUDING ASSETS 
UNDER CONSTRUCTION & INVESTMENTS

19,668.94

23,196.58

28,741.32

35,591.36

39,906.78

(B)GASTHROUGHPUT/PRODUCTION

  2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13
NATRUAL GAS(MMSCMD)

106.73

117.91

117.62

104.90

96.22
LPG(M/T)

1099554

1068156

1124341

1077866

1026543
SBP SOLVENT/NAPTHA (M /T)

102479

111140

144165

147988

119713
PENTANE(M/T)

58551

34523

23144

20739

21669
PROPANE (M/T)

179274

155152

146015

129570

134411
ETHYLENE (M/T)

429992

428444

457080

448534

450870
HDPE/LLDPE (M/T)

417147

416396

446041

441051

440155



CHAPTER- XI
BUDGET ALLOCATION & EXPENDITURE

Budgeting is the Company’s formal short term planning process for the acquisition and investment of Capital. In the preparation of the Budgets, the principle of Zero Base Budgeting is followed according to which expenditure is required to be justified after evaluation of various alternatives and ranking them in order of importance by systematic analysis.

Two main budgets are prepared annually in GAIL; Revenue budgets and Capital budgets. The revenue budget is the operating budget for income and expenditure. The objective of revenue budget is to fix a target in respect of physical parameters viz. Gas sales, Production and sale of LPG & other value added products, Petrochemicals production, Internal consumption of gas, shrinkage of gas for production of LPG, Liquid Hydro carbons & Petrochemicals, power, water and also that of operating expenses which then
become the basis for monitoring and control. Based on the targeted physical parameters / operating expenses, the likely profit / internal resource generation are estimated which will form the basis for funds management. The capital budget comprises of capital expenditure on projects. The same is approved by the MoP&NG and Planning Commission.

Actual performance vis-à-vis MOU targets are monitored by Management Accounting Cell and periodic reports are submitted to top management.

The current budget exercise has compiled data on the Revised Estimates 2005-06 and Budgeted Estimates 2006-07. The broad assumptions are placed at Annexure I. A summary of the budget numbers including the Internal Generation numbers are enclosed in Annexure II.



Annexure I
i) Sales & Availability Projections

The sales figures of gas trading, gas transmission, LPG & liquid hydrocarbon productions, polymer production, LPG transmission and bandwidth marketing in the years FY 05-06, FY 06-07 and FY 07-08 (till date) are given below:

2005-06

2006-07

2007-2008

Gas Marketing (MMSCMD)

67.6

67.8

69.1

Gas Transmission  (MMSCMD)

78.9

77.3

82.1

LPG & Liquid Hydrocarbon Production (‘000 MT)

1325

1343

1347

Polymer (PE) Production  (‘000MT)

311

354

391

LPG Transmission   (‘000 MT)

2229

2491

2752

Bandwidth Marketing
(mbps)

1577

3273

5132




Presently natural gas is being sourced from ONGCL, OIL, PMT-JV, RAVVA-JV, PLL, Shell and other sources.

The Gas availability projections from FY 08-09 to FY 11-12,  based on the XIth plan document of Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas and supply trends is shown in the table below:

 Source

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

ONGC+OIL

58

56

55

51

PMT

15

15

15

15

Ravva JV

1.7

1.5

3

3

Cairn/GSPC/NIKO

7.5

7.5

5

3

RIL

38

60

70

80

GSPC

0

10

10

10

LNG Dahej

19

26

36

36

Shell

8.5

9

9

9

Dabhol LNG

0

10.5

10.5

10.5

Kochi LNG

0

0

0

9

PLL Spot

5.4

5.4

9

9

Others

0

10

20

55

Grand Total

153.1

210.9

242.5

290.5




ii) Pricing

Gas prices for Natural Gas from domestic gas sources are based on Government pricing orders or on the basis of the respective Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs) in case the gas is being sourced from NELP contractors. The prices of Imported Natural Gas (RLNG) is sourced as per the GSPA with PLL. Spot R-LNG prices vary from cargo to cargo and are purely market driven. 

Petrochemical pricing is based on the Import Parity Price (IPP) of polymers in the nearest port to the point of sale. Adjustments to the IPP price are done considering the market conditions, seasonal effects, inventory levels etc. Liquid Hydrocarbon prices are based on IPP as well on the landed prices of competitor/ competing products.

BUDGETED VERSUS ACTUAL TUNOVER , EXPENDITURE AND PROFITABILITY -LAST 5 YEARS

(Rs Crores)

PARTICULARS 2010-11 BE 2010-11 Actual 2011-12 BE 2011-12 Actual 2012-13 BE 2012-13 Actual 2013-14 BE 2013-14 Actual 2014-15 BE 2014-15 Actual

TURNOVER (Net of Excise Duty)

26,532 32,459 32,910 40,281 41,609 47,333 48,593 57,245 56,717 56,569
Total Revenue 29,750 36,390 36,313 45,034 45,358 52,525 52,508 65,988 62,534 64,312
(see note 1 & 2 below) EXPENDITURE                    
Purchase of Gas for Raw material and for trading 21,434 27,498 27,267 35,285 34,943 41,481 41,875 53,267 50,352 53,644
Stores and Spares 299 238 329 268 428 297 459 346 607 307
Repairs and Maintenance 419 207 418 250 533 297 608 347 669 492
Power, Water & fuel  996 995 1,123 1,101 1,342 1,269 1,268 1,721 1,559 1,965
Salaries and Wages 729 753 758 607 862 785 966 848 1,187 906
Other Expenses 787 726 886 1,275 1,166 1,161 1,268 1,514 1,438 1,378
Total Expenditure 24,663 30,417 30,783 38,787 39,274 45,291 46,444 58,043 55,812 58,692
GROSS MARGIN - PBDIT 5,087 5,973 5,530 6,247 6,084 7,234 6,064 7,945 6,723 5,620
Depreciation 709 650 970 791 960 981 1,071 1,176 1,551 974
Interest 243 83 460 116 510 195 506.77 366 588.00 361
Profit Before Tax (PBT) 4,135 5,240 4,100 5,340 4,613 6,058 4,487 6,402 4,583 4,284
Income tax 1,405 1,679 1,362 1,686 1,476 2,036 1,360 2,027 1,440 1,245
PROFIT AFTER TAX (PAT) 2,729 3,561 2,738 3,654 3,137 4,022 3,127 4,375 3,144 3,039

Note
(1) other operating Income not shown in turnover
(2) Revenue includes intersegment sales


CHAPTER –XII
MANNER OF EXECUTION OF SUBSIDY PROGRAMMES, INCLUDING THE AMOUNTS ALLOCATED AND THE DETAILS OF BENEFICIARIES OF SUCH PROGRAMMES

- No subsidy programme is taken up under CSR.


CHAPTER –XIII
PARTICULARS OF RECIPIENTS OF CONCESSIONS, PERMITS OR AUTHORISATIONS GRANTED BY IT

GAIL does not grant any concession, permits or authorization.

CHAPTER-XIV
DETAILS OF INFORMATION AVAILABLE OR HELD IN ELECTRONIC FORM

The following documents are available and held by the Company in electronic form;

1. Annual Reports (contains information pertaining to financial & physical performance)
2. Data pertaining to employees
3. Data pertaining to shareholders, etc.

CHAPTER –XV
PARTICULARS OF FACILITIES AVAILABLE TO CITIZENS FOR OBTAINING INFORMATION

GAIL is maintaining a website by the name of www.gailonline.com . Any citizen can visit this website for desired information. If the required information is not available in the website they can write to the concerned CPIO / CAPIO seeking the required information and also mention his address and e-mail ID. If the required information is available and can be provided, the same will be provided within reasonable time.

Any citizen can visit GAIL offices for desired information. They can meet the Asst Central Public Information Officer at various offices of the Company. They can also meet the Central Public Information Officers notified by the Company under the Right to Information Act, 2005.

Interested people can also send letters or email to the Company seeking the desired (available) information.

Presently GAIL does not have any Library Facility for general public.

ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE:

Investor Relation Office:

Registered & Corporate Office:

GAIL (India) Limited
16, Bhikaiji Cama Place,
R.K. Puram,
New Delhi – 110066

Ph: 011-26172580, 26182955
Fax: 011-26185941
Email-id: investorqueries@gail.co.in

Registrar and Share Transfer Agent:

MCS Limited
Unit: GAIL (India) Limited
F-65, Okhla Industrial Area                               
Phase – I
New Delhi – 110020

Ph: 011-41406149/50/51/52
Fax: 011-41709881
Website: www.mcsdel.com
Email-id: admin@mcsdel.com and mcsgail@mcsdel.com

 



CHAPTER – XVI

RIGHT TO INFORMATION 2005

"Payment of requisite fee will be accepted as per provisions under RTI Act, 2005

Payment of requisite fee under RTI ACT should be made in the form of IPO, banker's cheque or bank draft in favour of GAIL (India) Limited payable at New Delhi"

List of Appellate Authorities

  1. Shri A. K. Manchanda, Appellate Authority: w.r.t. Appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of Issues relating to marketing functions across GAIL.
  2. Shri N. K. Agarwal Appellate Authority: w.r.t. Vijaipur – HVJ P/L, DVPL, GREP, VDPL, Compressor Stations at Hazira, Vaghodia, Jhabua, Khera,Vijaipur, Kailaras, Dibiapur, Chainsa, Gujarat Regional P/L, Vadodara,
    GPUs at Vijaipur, Vaghodia and Gandhar.
  3. Shri Amit Ray, Appellate Authority: will continue to function as Appellate Authority for areas other than Marketing, Operation & Maintenance,Petrochemicals and Project functions.
  4. Shri M B Gohil, Appellate Authority: with regard to appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of issues relating to GAIL-PATA
  5. Shri A.K. Singh, Executive Director (Projects), Noida with regard to appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of issues relating to Project activities (other than Petro chemical Complex at Pata).
  6. Shri E.S. Ranganathan, Executive Director (O&M), Noida, will deal with regard to appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of issues relating to O&M activities in the States of Maharashtra, Tripura, NCR Gas P/L Network, DUPL, DPPL, JLPL, GPU at Usar & Lakwa, CJPL, SNPL, BNPL, KMKRPL, NGMC, BIS, GAILTEL Departments.
  7. Shri S.N. Kumar, General Manager (O&M), Bengaluru will deal with regard to appeals preferred by the applicants in respect of issues relating to O&M activities in the States of Karnataka, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry & Goa.

CPIO :- Shri B.M. Solanki DGM (HR)
GAIL (India) Ltd., 16 Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi-110066
Email id: bmsolanki[at]gail[dot]co[dot]in

OICs/ ACPIOs Name and Address

Office Name and Address

1.

NOIDA SHRI VIJAY MUDGAL
GM(DRPJ-PMCC)
B-35-36, Sec.- 1, Noida. 201301

2.

PATA SHRI A.K.SHRIVASTAVA
GENERAL MANAGER (HR), Pata 
Petrochemical Complex, 
Distt: Auraiya (U.P), PATA - 206 241

3.

VIJAIPUR SHRI K.B.SINGH
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M)
GAIL Complex, Vijaipur,
Distt.- Guna –473112 (MP)

4.

HAZIRA SHRI ATUL KUMAR TRIPATHI
DY.GEN.MGR.(NG PL O&M)
Hazira Compressor Station,
Ichhapor-Maghdalla Road
PO:-ONGC-394518, Distt:-Surat(Gujarat)

5.

JHABUA SHRI ASIM PRASAD
DY. GENERAL MANAGER (NG PL O&M)
Jhabua Compressor Station,
Gaylar Kalan,
Jhabua - 457661 (M.P.)

6.

KHERA SHRI. RAJENDRA KUMAR
DY.GEN.MGR. (NG P/L O&M)
Khera Compressor Station
Village – Chikali, Chikali – Khera Road,
Tehsil. – Tarana, Distt. – Ujjain
P.O. -456665 ( M.P )

7.

DIBIYAPUR SHRI N. GANGOPATHYAY
DGM (NG P/L O&M)
HVJ Compressor Station
DIBIYAPUR, ETAWAH-206244 

8.

AGRA AND KAILARAS SHRI M.P. MAHATO
DY. GENERAL MANAGER(NG  PL-O&M)
ACPIO – Agra and Kailaras
Kailaras Compressor Station
Village -  Rithonia,
Kailaras
Distt. – Morena – 476224
Madhya Pradesh

9.

VADODRA SHRI GOUTAM PRASAD
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M) GUJARAT
Near Manisha Circle, Old Padra Rd. Vadodara -
390 015, Gujarat

10.

MUMBAI(O&M) SHRI S.K. SHRIVASTAVA
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M), MAHARASHTRA
7th Floor, B Wing Priyadarshini, Eastern Express
Highway, Mumbai-400022

11.

RAJAHMUNDRY / ANDHRA PRADESH / TELANGANA SHRI M.V.IYER
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M) AP & VSPL
A.V.A Road, Rajahmundry-533103

12.

PUDUCHERRY SHRI  A  ANBARASAN
DGM (O&M) TN & Puducherry
4th Floor Savitha Plaza Building
Indira Gandhi Square, 100 Feet Road, 
Puducherry - 605005

13.

AGARTALA SHRI SAPAN KUMAR BOSE
DGM(O&M), Agartala
Near Hindi Hr. Sec. School
Opp. Radhanagar Bus Stand
P.O. Ahbhoynagar
Agartala-799 005 (Tripura West)

14.

NCR SHRI S V PRASAD 
GEN. MGR. (O&M), NCR 
Gas- O&M Office, 16, M.G. Bharat Scouts & Guides 
Building Marg, IP Estate, New Delhi-110002

15.

GPU-USAR SHRI HANSRAJ MESHRAM
CHIEF MANAGER (GPU-OPER)
LPG Recovery Project USAR
Post: Malyan, Taluka: ALIBAGH
Distt: Raigad - 402203

16.

GPU-GANDHAR SHRI JILEDAR
GEN.MGR.(GPU O&M), Gandhar 
LPG Recovery Project, Village - Rozatankaria,
Taluka-Amod,Distt. Bharuch – 392 140 (Gujarat)

17.

GPU-VAGHODIA SHRI A K SINGH
DGM (GPU O&M) 
GIDC Industrial Estate, Vaghodia - 391760,
Distt-Vadodara (Gujarat)

18.

GPU-LAKWA SHRI VINAY PARSHAD
DGM (GPU O&M)
LPG Recovery plant, Lakwa,
Sivasagar - 785688
Assam

19.

JAIPUR (JLPL HQ) SHRI S. BAIRAGI
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M)
GAIL (India) Limited 
"GAIL Bhawan"
Sector-6, Vidhyadhar Nagar 
JAIPUR-302023, (Rajasthan) 

20.

JAMNAGAR(JLPL) SHRI U.P. BHAGAT
DY GENERAL MANAGER (LPG P/L O&M)
LPG Dispatch Terminal, RPL-RRTF Areas
Moti Khavdi, P.O. Digvijaygram
Distt.-Jamnagar - 361140

21.

SAMAKHAILI/
KANDLA (JLPL)
SHRI S.K.DUBE
CHIEF MGR. (LPG P/L O&M)
Intermediate Pumping Station,
KM Stone 270, National Highway - 15,
Vill& P.O-Lakadia, Distt- Kutch, Gujarat- 370145

22.

ABU ROAD(JLPL) SHRI ANIRBAN BHOWMIK
CHIEF MANAGER (LPG P/L O&M)
Booster Station
National Highway -14, P.O.Khadat
Distt.:Sirohi, Abu Road, 
Rajasthan - 307026

23.

NASIRABAD (JLPL) SHRI S. TIKU
CHIEF MGR. (LPG PL O&M)
Near Village Dilwari,
Nasirabad Kishengarh Road, Nasirabad
Ajmer- 305601

24.

LONI (JLPL) SHRI G.R.CHOUHAN
DY.GEN.MGR. (LPG P/L O&M)
C/O Indian Oil Corp. Ltd., LPG Bottling Plant,
Near Kalindi Kunj, Madanpur Khadar, Delhi

25.

VIZAG (VSPL) SHRI AMIT DAS
DY. GENERAL MANAGER (LPG P/L O&M)
Exim Park, Behind Vikas College,
Opp. Ayyappa Swami Temple
Sheela Nagar, POST BHPV,
Vishakapatnam-530012

26.

VIJAYWADA -G KONDURU
(VSPL)
SHRI KISHORE SINGHAL
CHIEF MGR. (LPG PL O&M) 
LPG Booster Sation
VILL. & MANDAL-G.KONDURU, KRISHNA
DISTT-VIJAYWADA -521229

27.

CHERLAPALLY
(VSPL)
SHRI AVIJIT MAJUMDAR
CH. MGR (LPG P/L O&M)
LPG Receiving Terminal , Vill. Rampally,
IDA PHASE-III
Cherlapally, Hyderabad - 500080

28.

AHMEDABAD ZO SHRI SHAMA SUNDARA
ZONAL GENERAL MANAGER 
809, Sakar II, Building
Near Ellis Bridge
Opposite Town Hall
Ahmedabad : 380 006
Gujarat

29.

BHOPAL ZONAL OFFICE SHRI BHIKHU RATHOD
ZONAL DY.GEN.MGR.
S-F-16, Mansarovar Complex,
Hoshangabad Road, 11th Floor, Bhopal- 4620016

30.

CHANDIGARH ZO SHRI MANAS KUMAR DAS
DY.GENERAL MANAGER (MKTG.)
GAIL (India) Limited
Udyog Bhawan, Annexe Building,
18, Himalaya Marg. Sector – 17C, 
Chandigarh- 160017 

31.

CHENNAI ZO SHRI R K CHOUBEY
ZONAL GENERAL MANAGER
7A, Kences Tower
No. 1, Ramakrishna Street, 
North Usman Road, T. Nagar
CHENNAI - 600 017

32.

HYDERABAD ZO SHRI R.K. SRIVASTAVA
ZONAL GENERAL MANAGER
Hyderabad Zonal Office, Module No: 105,
1st Floor, NSIC-EMDBP Building,
Kamalanagar, Dr. A S Rao Nagar,
ECIL (P.O), Hyderabad-500062

33.

JAIPUR ZO SHRI S. BAIRAGI
GENERAL MANAGER (O&M)
GTI, Sector-6, Vidyadhar Nagar, Jaipur- 302023

34.

KOLKATA ZO SHRI UMA SHANKAR PANDEY
DY.GENERAL MANAGER (MKTG)
2nd Floor, (North Wing), Sunny, 43
Ashutosh Choudhuri Avenue
Kolkata- 700 019

35.

LUCKNOW ZO SHRI ANAND MAKWANA
Zonal DGM
3rd Floor, Fortuna Tower
10, Rana Pratap Marg
LUCKNOW - 226 010

36.

MUMBAI ZO SHRI R.C.ARORA
ZONAL GENERAL MANAGER
7th Floor, B-Wing, Priyadarshini Building
Eastern Express Highway
Mumbai- 400022

37.

GTI Noida SHRI SUNIL KUMAR
GENERAL MANAGER (TRAINING)
Plot No 24, Sector 16A
NOIDA – 201301
Gautam Budh Nagar (UP)

38.

BELAPUR SHRI VIVEK VISWAS WATHODKAR
DY. GENERAL MANAGER (CONSTRUCTION)
GAIL (India) Limited
Central Construction Office 
DUPL Project, MTNL Telephone Exchange Building 
2md floor, Opp. CBD Belapur Rly Station 
Sector-11, Belapur
Navi Mumbai-400614

39

CHAINSA SHRI RATHISH KUMAR DAS,
DY. GENERAL MANAGER (NG  PL-O&M) & OIC
Chainsa Compressor Station
Tehsil – Ballabhgarh
Distt. – Faridabad- 121004
(Haryana)

40.

KOCHI SHRI B.N.RAO
DY.GEN. MANAGER (LPG P/L O&M)
10th Floor,  Revenue Tower,
Park Avenue Road
Kochi – 682001
Kerala

41.

BANGALORE / KARNATAKA / TAMIL NADU / KERALA / GOA / PUDUCHERRY SH. MURALI MOHAN
Dy. GEN. MANAGER (O&M)
Corporate Miller, 2nd Floor,
332/1, Thimmaiah Road
Vasant Nagar
Bengaluru- 560052
Karnataka

ANNEXURE-I

DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCES, GAIL
RECORD RETENTION SCHEDULE
(CORPORATE RTI CELL, GROUP)

Sl. No. Type of Record Retention Period
01. References received from Individual/ Indian Citizens, Corporate Office decisions from all department/Section, Plants/ Units and its connected file/Noting /Documents/Records 03 Years
02. References received from Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Govt. of India Ministries and different PSUs. 03 Years
03 RTI Act and amendment thereof. Permanent
04 Guidelines on RTI Act, Permanent
05. CIC Regulation,2007 Permanent
06. Important decisions of CIC Permanent

Methodology for Disposal:-  By Shredder

ANNEXURE-II

DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCES, GAIL
GUIDELINES ON MAINTENANCE OF RECOREDS w.r.t. RECORD RETENTION SCHEDULE

a). All files/ Registers are to be maintained on financial year basis.
b). Records not listed with Retention Schedule shall have a retention period to be  decided as per the requirement.
c). In the court cases, the connected documents/files should be retained till disposal of the case by the highest Court of appeal.

Retention, Disposal and Destruction of Records:

All live as well as old records, including those kept in the record room/DCS shall be reviewed periodically, at least once in a financial year by nominated committee members of concerned department/group/Ceil preferably in during April the following year. The Group/Deptt. concerned committee members shall scrutinize all the records due for disposal and instruct the nominated executive to record the information in the disposal register and recommend on retention/destruction of records. Records due for destruction may be disposed off in an appropriate manner including shredding/other means, under the supervision of one executive identified for the purpose and duly certified as under. The records maintained in hard or soft form shall be under the purview of these guidelines and retained or disposed off accordingly.

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

"This is to certify that the above records were destroyed on..................../…………......./20  by shredding/ other means in my presence".

  (Signature)

Name:
Designation:
Date:
Seal: