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|Traded as||BSE: 500390
|Key people||Anil Ambani
|Services||Electricity generation and distribution
natural gas exploration, production, transportation and distribution
|Revenue||17,906 crore (US$3.1 billion) (2012)|
|Net income||2,000 crore (US$340 million) (2012)|
|Total assets||34,018 crore (US$5.9 billion) (2011)|
|Parent||Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group|
Reliance Infrastructure Ltd. (BSE: 500390, NSE: RELINFRA) formerly known as Reliance Energy and prior to that as Bombay Suburban Electric Supply (BSES), Its India's largest private sector enterprise in power utility and its a company under the Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group banner, one of India's largest conglomerates. The company is headed by Anil Ambani. The company's corporate headquarters is situated in Mumbai. The company is the sole distributor of electricity to consumers in the suburbs of Mumbai. It also runs power generation, transmission and distribution businesses in other parts of Maharashtra, Goa and Andhra Pradesh.
Reliance Infrastructure, a part of Reliance Group, is India's largest infrastructure company with turnover of over Rs.15,690 crore and market capitalization of over Rs. 24,450 crore as on March 31, 2010. Reliance Infrastructure Limited is India’s leading utility company having presence in across the value chain of power business i.e. Generation, Transmission, Distribution, EPC and Trading and the largest infrastructure company by developing projects in all high growth areas in infrastructure sector i.e. Roads, Highways, Metro Rails, Airports and Speciality Real Estate.
Mumbai Metro - I
- The landmark project is one of the first steps in restructuring Mumbai. Phase I will be implemented on a Build-Operate-Transfer basis for a period of 35 years. The phase includes construction of three metro lines. A consortium led by Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group's Reliance Energy Ltd (REL) along with Veolia Transport Co. together with Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA); Mumbai Metro One Pvt Ltd bagged the contract for the 2,356 crore (US$410 million) Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor will be built by Mumbai Metro- I consortium and 11,000 crore (US$1.9 billion) Charkop - Bandra - Mankhurd will be built as Mumbai Metro II consortium. Work has already begun on Mumbai Metro-I, which should be completed by March 2013.
Mumbai Metro - II
- The 32-km corridor (Mumbai Metro- II), conceived as a fully elevated project with 27 stations, will link Navi Mumbai and the western suburbs with Charkop in the north to Bandra and then to Mankhurd in the East.
Delhi Airport Metro Express
- The DAMEL Delhi Airport Metro Express is a Metro line linking New Delhi Metro Station to Indira Gandhi International airport.
Reliance Infra is constructing five airports in Maharashtara. The company is also bidding for new airport projects throughout India and Asia. Five airports in Maharashtara are as follows :
- Guru Gobind Singhji Airport - Nanded
- Latur Airport
- Baramati Airport
- Osmanabad Airport
- Yavatmal airport
Reliance Infrastructure and Hyundai Engineering, formed a joint venture to build the Worli-Haji Ali part of the Western Freeway. The consortium was also to toll the Bandra Worli Sea Link for 40 years. In early 2012, the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai proposed constructing a 35 km coastal road between Nariman Point and Kandivali. Reliance subsequently protested against this project as it claimed it would incur losses. Subsequently, the Government of Maharashtra appointed a committee to look into the matter. Later, it was reported that the MSRDC was likely to scrap the deal with Reliance due to the latter not having started construction two years after signing the agreement. Afterwards, it was announced that the deal was scrapped as the mediation report stated that it was impossible to build.
Reliance Infrastructure entered the Road building industry in 2006 with two National Highway projects in Tamil Nadu. The first was Namakkal to Karur and the second Dindigul to Samynellore, both on National Highway 44 (formerly National Highway 7). In 2011, it was announced that the company was planning to buy out licences to build road projects from companies unable to do so.
Reliance Infra is constructing 1000 km of Highway and expressway projects worth 12,000 crore (US$2.1 billion) in India. The company is largest concessionaire to NHAI with 11 projects.The company is also bidding for 500 km of projects in India. There are five projects in Tamil Nadu out of which three are operational. All the projects are on Build–operate–transfer mode of funding. The other projects include:
- Hosur-Krishanagiri Road Project
- Pune-Satara Road Project
- Dindigul-Samyanellore Road Project
- Namakkal-Karur Road Project
- Trichy-Dindigul Road Project
- Gurgaon-Faridabad Road project
- Salem-Ulundurpet Road Project
- Trichy-Karur Road Project
- Kandla-Mundra Road Project
- Jaipur-Reengus Road project
- Delhi-Agra Road Project
Ulta Mega Power Projects
Reliance Infrastructure Limited has bagged a 7480 MW gas generation power plant in the district of Dadri in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh. It is planned to be the single largest gas grassroot gas fired generation plant in the world and will solve much of the power supply shortages of northern India. This project is under implementation. The Reliance ADA group was earlier in a bitter fight with Mukesh Ambani controlled Reliance Industries. On June 15, 2009 the Mumbai High court ruled in favour of the Reliance Natural Gas Limited.
The company has won 3 out of 4 UMPP's through successful biddings & it will run these projects on Build-Own-Operate (BOO) basis. The Sasan Ultra Mega Power Project in Madhya Pradesh is a 3960 MW coal fired power plant project currently under construction. The first unit has been successfully commissioned on March 2013. It will be fully commissioned by June 2014. Initially Sasan Project was awarded to Lanco Power, but later it was given to Reliance Infrastructure on capability issues.
Krishnapatnam Ultra Mega Power Project in Andhra Pradesh is 4000 MW power project which is supposed to be run by imported coal from Indonesia. But the project is officially deferred due to technical reasons. While the 4000 MW Tilaiya Ultra Mega Power Project in Jharkhand is in early stages of development. These plants are estimated to cost roughly 15,000 crores each to set up. On completion of these projects, the company shall hand it over to Reliance Power for further operational services. The engineering headquarter is located in Reliance Energy Tower, Sector 24 Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
- Senior Vice President
- Vice President
- Additional Vice President
- Assistant Vice President
- General Manager
- Deputy General Manager
- Senior Manager
- Assistant Manager
- Graduate Engineer Trainee
Anil Ambani (MD), Satish Seth (VC), Lalit Jalan (CEO), J P Chalasani (CEO), Arun Gupta (CEO), Sudhir Hoshing (CEO), Ramesh Shenoy (Secretary), Vipin Gupta (Director), V K Chaturvedi (Director), R Ravikumar (Director).
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