Headquartered in Ahmedabad, India, Adani Group is one of India’s largest integrated infrastructure conglomerates with interests in Resources, Logistics, Energy, and Agro, Real Estate, Public Transport Infrastructure, Finance and Defense. Adani owes its success and leadership position to its core philosophy of ‘Nation Building’. The Group is committed to protecting the environment and improving communities through its CSR program based on the principles of sustainability, diversity and shared values.
- ATPL: 50/50 Joint venture for the development of LNG import infrastructure (Dhamra in the East Coast of the country), and for marketing of LNG and RLNG.
- AGL: A publicly traded company for City Gas Distribution (38 licenses) in which TOTAL has taken a 37.4% participation. TOTAL and Adani will developa network of fuel stations (2500 in 15 years) through Total Adani Fuel Marketing, a 100% affiliate of AGL.
- AGEL23: A 50:50 joint venture between Total and Adani Green energy for the operation of 2.3 GW of solar projects.
With these investments (that can be still expanded), TOTAL aims to become a leading player in the Indian energy market in the years to come.
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) is an organization specializing in IT services, consultancy and business solutions that has been a part of many large businesses across the world in their transformations over the last 50 years.
The Digital Innovation Center
The partnership will initially focus on refining. Thanks to the intensive use of digital technology, the various building blocks of refining (production units, processes, the supply chain and petroleum product markets) will be driven in a wide-ranging way to improve refinery performance. Real-time data analytics, the Internet of Things, automation, artificial intelligence and agile methodology will be used to improve industrial efficiency, energy performance and availability rates.
Industrial Digital Technology at Total
The digital innovation center in India will build on the industrial digital technology initiatives already deployed at Total’s production sites.
The aim of industrial digital technology is to make operations safer and more efficient, by making better decisions faster, simplifying operators’ day-to-day work to enhance their efficiency, and reducing our costs. Industrial digital technology is a highly effective tool for improving industrial competitiveness.
It can be divided into four main areas:
- Connected, augmented operators :With the help of digital technology, such as mobile apps, drones and robots, we can optimize the way operators work and improve their safety. Applications have been developed to digitize certain tasks, including field check reports, maintenance requests and the consolidation of shift team reports, and drones and robots are now used to carry out inspections in places that are difficult to access, such as at height or inside equipment.
- Digital representation of our plants : Virtual factories created using 3D imaging enable us to access documentation or maintenance history at any time and to prepare maintenance operations. This data improves efficiency from the plant design stage to decommissioning.
- Data analytics : Thanks to the analysis of data collected, notably by the numerous sensors installed throughout our production sites (on pumps, turbines and compressors, for example), we can anticipate operating incidents before they occur. That means lower maintenance costs, greater equipment availability and a safer environment for everyone.
- Collaboration environments : These smart rooms make it possible for production sites to remotely access the knowledge and skills of experts in various disciplines, such as maintenance, operations and the supply chain, thereby enhancing teams’ responsiveness in case of an unplanned event. In some cases, they also enable equipment to be controlled remotely and in real time.
HPCL has the second largest share of product pipelines in India with a pipeline network of more than 3370 kms for transportation of petroleum products and a vast marketing network consisting of 14 Zonal offices in major cities and 133 Regional Offices facilitated by a Supply & Distribution infrastructure comprising Terminals, Pipeline networks, Aviation Service Stations, LPG Bottling Plants, Inland Relay Depots & Retail Outlets, Lube and LPG Distributorships. Consistent excellent performance has been made possible by highly motivated workforce of over 9,500 employees working all over India at its various refining and marketing locations.
HPCL is committed to achieve the economic, ecological & social responsibility objectives of sustainable development consistently through varied operations and activities. HPCL’s focus areas are in the fields of Child Care, Education, Health Care, Skill Development & Community Development, touching lives of weaker section of society.
Formation of South Asia LPG
SALPG was incorporated on November 16, 1999 to design, construct and operate a 60,000MT underground cavern storage facility for LPG at Visakhapatnam. The cavern project was successfully commissioned for commercial operations in 2007.
South Asia LPG Company Pvt. Ltd., (SALPG pronounced ‘essayLPG’) is 50:50 Joint Venture between Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), a Maharatna public sector enterprise and one of India’s largest Oil companies and Total Holding India (THI) which is a part of TOTAL France, one of the largest Oil & Gas companies in the world.