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India - Bombay High Offshore Development Project (English)

The project consists of the construction of the facilities required to produce up to 140,000 barrels per day of oil and 2.2 million cubic meters per day of natural gas from the Bombay Highand Bassein oil and gas fields, located about 160 km and 100 km, respectively, west of Bombay, in the Arabian Sea, and construction of facilities to process, transport, store and deliver to users the oil and natural gas expected to be available from these fields at full production.

Details

  • Document Date

    1977/06/20

  • Document Type

    Memorandum & Recommendation of the President

  • Report Number

    P2062

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    India,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    India - Bombay High Offshore Development Project

  • Keywords

    barrels per day of oil;Oil and Gas Sector;cubic meters per day;consumption of petroleum product;Primary and Secondary Education;domestic capital goods industry;benefits of family planning;Oil & Gas;construction of facilities;commercial energy supply;liquefied petroleum gas;population growth rate;foreign exchange position;exploration and development;internal cash generation;capital investment requirement;balance of payment;water supply development;reliance on foreign;efficiency of capital;external public debt;crude oil import;supply of electricity;construction and equipment;per capita consumption;cost of construction;external capital requirement;source of energy;cash flow requirements;domestic crude oil;total debt service;Foreign Exchange Reserve;development finance institution;distribution of land;decline in fertility;average income level;discounted cash flow;per capita term;crude oil production;foreign oil company;liquid petroleum gas;per capita income;population per nurse;crude birth rate;gnp per capita;Access to Electricity;rights of way;supply of energy;mass consumption good;official exchange rate;purchasing power parity;working capital requirements;procurement and disbursement;price of oil;weather condition;net aid;offshore oil;trade deficit;invest capital;industrial demand;existing capacity;supply lines;raw material;export demand;increased export;agricultural growth;urban development;supply base;investment rate;long-term growth;bilateral aid;local expenditure;refined product;oil crisis;project costing;industrial growth;engineering consultant;Energy Sector;offshore area;net transfer;price level;imported supplies;agricultural production;vital statistic;fixed asset;draft resolution;electrical equipment;surface irrigation;consumer price;rural population;legal instrument;marginal farmer;remedial action;power investment;advance warning;Economic Policy;financial situation;industrial sector;progressive liberalization;urban population;dependency ratio;supply side;private industry;Fixed Assets;research system;food requirement;case management;increase productivity;consumer income;enrollment rat;present prices;capital expenditure;public expenditure;wholesale price;relative price;project execution;agricultural commodity;vocational enrollment;equity contribution;exploration expenditure;safety regulation;terminal facility;production facility;management consultant;aggregate net;fertilizer import;management procedure;industrial production;experienced consultant;construction work;onshore facility;power availability;legal formalities;telecommunication system;election issue;fertilizer use;operational staff;fertilizer price;corporate headquarters;cultivated land;labor dispute;installed capacity;financial function;foreign supply;import policy;procurement procedure;loan proceeds;increased demand;aggregate value;coal reserve;power shortage;transportation problem;coal industry;Hydro Power;power supply;institutional improvement;power station;primary energy;energy policies;budget deficit;petroleum consumption;seismic survey;commercial production;exploratory well;pipeline route;pipeline transportation;statutory bodies;onshore exploration;oil field;exploration effort;recoverable reserve;domestic economy;tariff increase;exploration activity;engineering study;global inflation;export earning;export earnings;import needs;import demand;export prospects;real level;age structure;higher growth;public deficit;interim budget;urban poor;national product;manufacturing industry;manufacturing production;consumer good;consumer goods;Exchange Rates;living standard;financing plan;Financing plans;commercial borrowing;unsatisfactory performance;domestic saving;private investment;concessionary term;seed development;agricultural activity;capacity utilization;urban investment;irrigation scheme;seed production;small farmer;lending strategy;industrial investment;external resource;aid community;world price;productive use;external support;outstanding loan

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India - Bombay High Offshore Development Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/844701468050929224/India-Bombay-High-Offshore-Development-Project