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बीएसई: 500110  |  NSE: CHENNPETRO  |  ISIN: INE178A01016  |  Refineries

कंपनी इतिहास - चेन्नई पेट्रोलियम कॉर्पोरेशन
1965
 
 - The Company was Incorporated on 18th November.  A formation
 agreement
 was signed on 18th November between Government of India, National
 Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Iran & Amoco India Inc. USA for setting
 up
 Madras Refineries Ltd.
 
 - With the commissioning of cauvery basis refinery, capacity was
 enhanced to 7 million TPA and with this the company became
 multilocational.
 
 1991
 
 - An agreement for supply of Anti-oxidants Feedstock to Balmer Lawrie
 &
 Co. Ltd. Chennai was signed in September and the first supply was
 successfully effected in March 1992.
 
 - The Government of India has given approval to MRL in July for
 setting
 up Gas Sweetining and LPG Separation facilities at Nagapattinam.
 
 1992
 
 - MRL signed, for the second consecutive year, a Memoraandum of
 Understanding (MoU) with Goverment of Inida for the year 1991-92.
 
 - During the year, the Company crossed 1.2 million accident free
 employee manhours which was accrued in 172 continous working days.
 
 - In collaboration with Anna University, MRL has prepared a
 curriculum
 on Safety and Hazards Control in Petroleum Industry for the
 Post-Graduate Course in Petroleum Refining.
 
 - The Hexane Plant with a prodction capactiy of 25,000 Metric Tonnes
 per annum has been commissioned.
 
 - A Sewage Water Treatment Plant with capacity of 2.5 MGD has been
 commissioned
 
 - As a part of pollution control measure, the effluent treatment
 plants
 were modernised to treat the effluents of the refinery for meeting
 the
 Minimum National Standards (MINAS).
 
 - The old refinery instrumentation control has been modenised.  This
 includes ON-Link Tank Level Information System, the first of its
 kind
 in India.
 
 - The Company proposes to take up a revamp programme and install the
 hydro-finishing unit.
 
 - MRL has developed gardens and traffic islands which have received
 prizes in various competitions.  It is proposed to have a green belt
 around the new Cauvery Basin refinery site at Panagudi, near
 Nagapattinam.
 
 - The Company entered into a long term wage settlement with the
 non-supervisory employees of the Company represented by Chennai
 Refinerires Employees Union valid for four years effective 1st
 January
 1990.
 
 1993
 
 - As per the meeting held on 11th November, a separate offer of
 53,83,000 shares aggregating Rs 4306,40,000 to NIOC at Rs 80 per
 share
 was made.
 
 - The Company proposed to set up a 350 MW power project in joint
 venture at a Manali by utilising available refinery residue as fuel.
 
 - 1141,31,100 No. of equity shares issued subscribed and paid up.
 During 1994, the Company issued 266,55,300 No. of equity shares at a
 premium of Rs 70 as follows (i) Firm allotment basis 59,23,400
 shares
 to Mutual Funds; (ii) 59,23,400 shares to Indian fin. Insts; (iii)
 29,61,700 shares to Foreign Fin. Insts; (iv) The balance were issued
 on
 preferential basis.  (a) 41,46,300 shares to NRIs; (b) 3,40,000
 shares
 to employees.  Balance 103,22,200 shares to public.
 
 1995
 
 - A new boiler for co-generation of 130 T/HR capacity to meet the
 increased stream load was commissioned.
 
 - The Company proposed to undertake continuous catalytic reformer
 project to meet zero lead and other changed specification of petrol
 introduced by Government of India.  Also studies were underway for
 the
 setting up of a 250 MW power project at Manali in collaboration with
 CEA India Inc. of USA.
 
 - The Company proposed to set up a 3 million tpa project at Manali at
 a
 cost of Rs 1700 crores.
  
 1996
 
 - The Company commissioned the LPG separation unit & steam turbo
 generator was commissioned at CBR.
 
 - The Company obtained the first stage clearance from Government of
 India to expand its refining capacity at Manila by another 3 MMTPA
 thereby making the refining capacity of the company to 10 MMTPA.
 
 - With the view to augment crude availability for the CBR, it was
 proposed to install crude receipt facilities at Nagapattinam for
 improving crude upto 1.0 MMTPA per annum.
 
 1997
 
 - In the field of LOBS, the Company launched 500N grade of LOBS
 based
 on customer's demand.
 
 - The project to increase the existing wax deoiling unit plant
 capacity
 from 20,000 tpa to 30,000 tpa at a cost of Rs 41.32 crores was
 commissioned.
 
 - The company offered 53,83,000 equity shares of Rs. 10 each at a
 premium of Rs. 70 per share on private placement basis pursuant to
 an
 agreement between the Government of India and M/s National Iranian
 Oil
 Company (NIOC).
 
 - The Company obtained clearance from the Govt. to expand the
 capacity
 at Manali by another 3 million tonnes per annum.
 
 - The Company's R&D sponsored a project on `Production of tube
 stocks
 from Waxy Crudes' at NCL Pune.
 
 - The company sponsored a project at Indian Institute of Petroleum
 for
 cube character solution and additive response studies.
 
 - The centre in collaboration with EIL and Indian Institute of
 Petroleum developed a process package for NMP - Lube Extraction
 Technology.
 
 - As a part of indigenisation of reverse osmosis membranes in
 collaboration with Central salt and marine chemicals research
 institute
 the R&D unit commissioned a reverse osmosis pilot plant of 50,000
 litres per day capacity to study the membrane performance.
 
 - MRL was formed as a joint venture between the Government of India
 (GOI), Amco India Inc. USA & National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC),
 Tehran, Iran with initial equity contribution in the ratio of
 74:13:13.
 
 - The Company offered 53,83,000 No. of equity shares of Rs 10 each at
 a
 premium of Rs 70 per share on private placement basis pursuant to an
 agreement between the Government of India and M/s National Iranian
 Oil
 Company.
 
 - The Company received a sum of Rs 2786,00,000 from NIOC and
 accordingly 34,82,500 No. of equity shares were allotted to NIOC. 
 The
 balance of 19,00,500 shares were to be allotted on receipt of
 balance
 amount.
 
 - Madras refineries Ltd has signed a memorandum of understanding
 with
 the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas for 1997-98.
 
 - The joint sector Southern Petrochemical Industries Corporation Ltd
 (SPIC) has proposed to go along with the State-owned Madras
 Refineries
 Ltd (MRL) to implement the PFY project in Tamil Nadu.
 
 - Around 800 workers of Madras Refineries Limited went on a
 tool-down
 strike following a call by the executive committee of the Madras
 Refineries Employees Union (MREU).
 
 - The company had suspended the general secretary and the joint
 secretary (Manali unit) of the union following an incident during
 negotiations with the management, when the two poured kerosene on
 themselves and threatened to commit self-immolation if the
 management
 did not concede their demands.
 
 - Another joint venture is also considered between Petronas, IOC and
 MRL for setting up an underground cavern storage facility at the
 Ennore
 liquefied natural gas import station.
 
 - CARE has assigned a PR+ rating to the CP programme of Rs 25 crore
 of
 Madras Refineries Ltd and has retained in PR1 + rating assigned to
 the
 intercorporate borrowing of Rs 125 crore.
 
 1998
 
 - The company proposed to set up a permanent jetty facility to make
 available the required quantiuty of crude at Cauvery basin,
 Nagapattinam.
 
 - The company signed a MOU with Indian Oil Corporation Ltd to work
 jointly on projects of mutual benefit including a refinery project
 in
 Southern India, identify various projects fore collaboration
 including
 pursuance of techno-economic Feasibility reports and on
 estabhlishing
 the Techno-economic viability of identified projects from joint
 venture
 companies to implement the same.
 
 - Madras Refineries Ltd (MRL) has signed a memorandum of
 understanding
 (MoU) on May 22 with the Union Government for 1998-99.
 
 - Madras Refineries Ltd (MRL) has opted for 20 per cent equity in
 the
 roughly 350 km-long Chennai-Trichy-Madurai product pipeline, being
 set
 up by Petronet India Limited.
 
 1999
 
 - The Tamil Nadu Electricity Board signed a power purchase agreement
 with Madras Refineries Ltd.
 
 - Madras Refineries Ltd has reached an agreement with two SPIC group
 companies - Manali Petrochemicals Ltd (MPL) and SPIC Organics Ltd
 (SORL) - under which the two companies would withdraw their cases
 against MRL relating to a dispute over pricing of propylene.
 
 - The company has signed a tripartite agreement with CDSL and Karvy
 Consultants Ltd, share transfer agent of the company, for the
 purpose
 of admission of equity shares of the company to the depository
 system
 of CDSL.
 
 2000
 
 - Indian Additives Ltd. a joint venture of the company, and Chevron
 Chemical Company US, has ceased to be a subsidiary of the company.
 
 - The Company has changed its name to Chennai Petroleum Corporation
 Ltd. (CPCL) with effect from 6th April.
 
 - The Company has signed a MoU with Indian Institute of Safety and
 Environment, Chennai to conduct Safety courses.
 
 - The Company has shut its 70,000-barrel-per-day No. 1 crude
 distillation unit to correct a technical fault.
 
 - The Symbol of the company shall be changed from MADRASREFN to
 CHENNPETRO effective from August 9.
 
 - The company is expanding the capacity of its Cauvery Basin Refinry
 at
 Panangudi near Nagapattinam to one million tonne from the current
 0.5
 million tonne.
 
 - Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd. (CPCL) was given the award for
 the Best Employer-Employee Relationship by the Rotary Club of
 Chennai.
 
 - The Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd. has launched crumb rubber
 modified bitumen for laying high quality and cost effective roads.
 
 2001
 
 - The Chennai Corporation and EDL India Pvt. Ltd. entered into an
 MoU,
 to set up a 14.85 MW waste-to-energy project using municipal solid
 waste.
 
 - There was a fire in the FCC unit of the Manali refinery on
 February
 20.  The fire was completely put out within 50 minutes and the unit
 was
 shut down.
 
 - Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd. has signed an MoU with the
 Union
 Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas for 2001-02.
 
 2002
 
 - Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed that Mr L
 Sabaretnam,
 CEO of ICL Sugars Ltd has been appointed as a Part-time Non-Official
 Independent Director on the Board of the company.
 
 -Gowrishankar ceases to be a Director of Chennai Petroleum
 Corporation.
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed  that Mohit Sinha
 ceased to be a Director on the Board of the company.
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed BSE that Mr M B L
 Agarwal, Executive Director (Internal Audit), Indian Oil Corporation
 Ltd ceased to be a Director on the Board of Chennai Petroleum
 Corporation Ltd (CPCL) effective August 01, 2002. In his place, Mr T
 L Jain, Executive Director (Southern Region) Indian Oil Corporation
 Ltd, has been appointed as a part time Director on the Board of
 CPCL.
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed BSE that pursuant to
 letter from the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas, Government of
 India, Mr S V Narasimhan, Director (Finance) Chennai Petroleum
 Corporation Ltd has assumed additional charge of the post of Managing
 Director, CPCL effective October 01, 2002 consequent to the
 superannuation of Mr S Rammohan Chairman and Managing Director of the
 Company.
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed BSE that Mr M S
 Ramachandran, Chairman, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd and Mr A K Arora
 Director (Refineries), IOCL have been appointed as part time
 Directors on the Board of CPCL effective October 01, 2002.
 
 -S V Narasimhan appointed as MD of Chennai Petro.
 
 -2003
 
 - Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed BSE that Mr R
 Sankaran, General Manager (Projects & Development) of the Company has
 assumed charge of the post of Director (Technical) of the Company with
 effect from January 01, 2003 in place of Mr M P Srinivasan who has
 superannuated on December 31, 2002.
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has announced following changes in
 its Board:
 
 Mr P S Rao, Executive Director, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd has been
 appointed as part time director on the board of CPCL in place of Mr A
 K Mishra effective June 1, 2003.
 
 Mr Chandan Dasgupta, Executive Director, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd
 has been appointed as a part time director on the Board of CPCL in
 place of Mr T L Jain effective june 1, 2003.
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation has informed BSE that the company has
 set up a Crude
 Oil Jetty Facility within the ports of Nagapatnam at the cost of
 Rs960 million to meet crude oil
 requirements of Cauvery basin Refinery.
 
 -Mr.Jaspal Singh,Director (Indian Oil Corporation) and Prabha Das
 have been appointed as the part time Directors on the Board of CPCL.
 
 -Mr.Mahmood Vaezi of International Policy, Centre for Strategic
 Research,Naftrian Intertrade Company Ltd, Tehran, Iran has been
 nominated as the Director on the Board of the company.
 
 -Mr.K.Skandan, Secretary to Government of TamilNadu, Industries
 Department has been
 appointedas part time Independent Director on theBoard of CPCL.
 
 -Mr. K Skandan, IAS, ceased to be a Director
 
 -The Chennai Port Trust has signed an agreement with various oil
 companies, including Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd (CPCL), to set
 up a Tier I Oil Spill Response facility at the Chennai port.
 
 2004
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited has informed that equity
 shares of the company have been delisted from The Stock Exchange -
 Ahmedabad wef January 19, 2004.
 
 1. Mr. N.C. Sridharan, General Manager (Finance) will hold additional
 charge of the post of Director (Finance) w.e.f. January 20, 2004 for a
 period of three months or until further order, whichever is earlier,
 in addition to his own duties, as communicated by the Ministry of
 Petroleum and Natural Gas vide letter dated January 12, 2004.
 
 2. Mr. R. Sankaran, Director (Technical) will hold additional charge
 of the post of Director (Operations) w.e.f. February 1, 2004 for a
 period of six months or until further order, whichever is earlier, in
 addition to his own duties, as communicated by the Ministry of
 Petroleum and Natural Gas vide letter dated January 12, 2004.
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed that its equity
 shares have been delisted from the Delhi Stock Exchange Ltd (DSE)
 w.e.f. February 19, 2004.
 
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed that Mr A Kasturi
 Rangan Executive Director (Operations), Chennai Petroleum Corporation
 Ltd has been appointed as Director (Operations), Chennai Petroleum
 Corporation Ltd
 
 2005
 
 -Equity shares of the company have been delsited from The Calcutta
 Stock Exchange Association Limited w.e.f December 09,2004.
 
 -IOC inks pact with CPCL to provide project consultancy on crude
 pipeline
 
 2006
 
 -CPCL to acquire stake in SPV for Chennai-Bangalore pipeline project
 
 -Jawaharlal Nehru Centenary Award for Energy Performance
 2007
 -CBR won the Star award from National Safety Council of India, Tamil
 Nadu Chapter, Chennai for the year 2007 under the NSCI Safety awards
 Scheme of NSC, TN Chapter, chennai. 
 -State Safety Award for 2005
 2008
 
 -CPCL received Exim Achievements Award from Tamil Chamber of Commerce
 at a Function Presided by His Excellency the Governor of Tamil Nadu. 
 -CPCL received Golden Peacock Award for its Pioneering efforts in the
 field of occupational Health in the Oil sector and for the Most
 significant improvements & innovative activities practiced in the
 field of Occupational Health & Safety. 
 
 2009
 -CPCL received Golden Peacock Award for its Pioneering efforts in the
 field of occupational Health in the Oil sector and for the Most
 significant improvements & innovative activities practiced in the
 field of Occupational Health & Safety. 
 
 - Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd (CPCL) has appointed Mr. K.
 Balachandran as the Managing Director effective December 01, 2009.
 
 -Rural Development and Panchayat Raj Department, Government of Tamil
 Nadu has selected Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited (CPCL) as one
 of the recipients of the prestigious Corporate Social Responsibility
 (CSR) Award for the year 2008-09 for having undertaken various social
 and economic upliftment programs within the State of Tamil Nadu.
 -CPCL has been selected for the Presentation of the prestigious 10th
 Annual Greentech Environment Excellence Award-2009.
 
 
 2010
 
 -CPCL CBR was awarded Award for TPM Excellence, category A indicating
 that TPM is implemented for all the 8 pillars excellently in entire
 CBR by JAPAN Institute of Plant Maintenance(JIPM) during January 28,
 2010.
 
 2011
  
 -Mobile Ambient Air Monitoring Unit of Chennai Petroleum Corporation
 Limited (CPCL) launched.
 
 -Mr.T.S.Ramachandran has been appointed as the Director (Technical)
 of Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited (CPCL).
 
 -Ms.D.Lilly has been appointed as the Director (Finance) of Chennai
 Petroleum Corporation Limited (CPCL) 
 
 2012
 
 -Mr. K. Suryanarayanan, Cost and Management Accountant, Chennai has
 been appointed as Cost Auditor of the Company for the financial year
 2012-13.
 
 -Mr. A. S. Basu, Executive Director, Indian Oil Corporation Limited
 has been appointed as Managing Director, Chennai Petroleum
 Corporation Limited.
 
 2013
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed that Mr. P. Shankar,
 Deputy Secretary has been designated as Company Secretary will be the
 Compliance Officer of the Company.
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed that Mr. Mohan Lal,
 Deputy Secretary (R&A), Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas has been
 appointed as a Director on the Board of CPCL
 
 2014
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed that Mr. Sanjiv
 Singh, Director (Refineries), Indian Oil Corporation Limited has been
 appointed as a Director on the Board of CPCL, vide resolution passed
 by the Board of Directors on July 03, 2014.
 -Chennai Petroleum Corporation Ltd has informed that Shri. Gautham
 Roy, Executive Director, Indian Oil Corporation Limited has been
 appointed as Managing Director, Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited
 in terms of letter dated October 09, 2014
 
 2015
 - CPCL received 3rd Governance Now PSU Award 2015
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