Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) today reported its financial performance for the quarter

QUARTERLY CONSOLIDATED REVENUE OF ` 107,905CRORE ($ 17.9 BILLION), UP 7.2%
QUARTERLY CONSOLIDATED PBDITOF ` 11,016CRORE ($ 1.8 BILLION), UP 7.2%
QUARTERLY CONSOLIDATED SEGMENT EBITOF ` 6,916CRORE ($ 1.1 BILLION), UP 28.6%
RECORD QUARTERLY CONSOLIDATED NET PROFIT OF ` 5,957CRORE ($ 1.0 BILLION), UP 13.7%
Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) today reported its financial performance for the quarter
ended 30th June, 2014. Highlights of the un-audited financial results as compared to the
previous year are:
CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE
(In `Crore)  1Q
FY15
4Q
FY14
1Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 4Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 1Q
FY14
Turnover  107,905  106,208 100,615  1.6%  7.2%
PBDIT  11,016  11,536 10,274  (4.5%)  7.2%
Profit Before Tax  7,729  7,648 6,617  1.1%  16.8%
Net Profit  5,957  5,881 5,237  1.3%  13.7%
EPS (`)  20.3  20.0 17.8  1.5%  14.0%
HIGHLIGHTS OF QUARTER’S PERFORMANCE (CONSOLIDATED)
• Revenue (turnover) increased by 7.2 % to ` 107,905 crore ($ 17.9 billion)
• PBDIT increased by 7.2 % to `11,016 crore ($ 1.8 billion)
•  Profit Before Tax increased by 16.8 % to `7,729 crore ($ 1.3 billion)
•  Cash Profit increased by 13.9 % to `8,984 crore ($ 1.5 billion)
•  Net Profit increased by 13.7 % to `5,957 crore ($ 1.0 billion)
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CORPORATE HIGHLIGHTS
• In May 2014, The Board of Reliance Industries Limited (“RIL”) approved funding of up to `4,000
crore to Independent Media Trust (“IMT”), of which RIL is the sole beneficiary, for acquisition of
control in Network 18 Media & Investments Limited (“NW18”) including its subsidiary TV18
Broadcast Limited (“TV18”). In July 2014, RIL has completed the acquisition of control of
Network 18 Media and Investments Limited (“NW18”) including its subsidiary TV18 Broadcast
Limited (“TV18”).
• In June 2014, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. (“RJIL”) has signed a telecom tower sharing
agreement with Ascend Telecom Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. Under the agreement, RJIL will utilize
the pan-India tower infrastructure of Ascend to launch its 4G services, ensuring a faster and
more efficient rollout to its customers.
• In May 2014, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. (“RJIL”) and Tower Vision India, an independent tower
company in India, have entered into a Master Service Agreement for tower sharing. Under the
agreement, Reliance Jio would utilise the telecom tower infrastructure of Tower Vision to launch
its services across the country.
• In April 2014, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. (“RJIL”) and Reliance Communications Ltd.(“ RCOM”)
have announced the signing of a Master Services Agreement for sharing of RCOM’s extensive
intra-city optic fiber infrastructure. Under the terms of the agreement, RJIL will utilize RCOM’s
nationwide intra-city fiber network for accelerated roll-out of its state-of-the-art 4G services
across the country. In addition, in April 2014, RJIL and ATC India, one of the leading
independent tower companies in India, signed a tower sharing agreement. Under the
agreement, Reliance Jio would utilize the telecom tower infrastructure of ATC India to launch its
services across the country.
• In April 2014, Relflex™ Elastomers - Synthetic Rubber Business Group of Reliance Industries
Limited, inaugurated a state-of-the-art ElastomersCustomer Support Center (ECSC) at its
Petrochemicals Complex in Vadodara. This initiative is in line with Reliance’s endeavor to
become not only a significant synthetic rubber supplier but also to provide intangible technical
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support to its customers and play a catalytic rolein helping them grow their business, increase
value additions and reduce import dependence.
• RIL, BP and NIKO have issued a Notice of Arbitration on May 9, 2014 to the Government of
India seeking the implementation of the “Domestic Natural Gas Pricing Guideline 2014” notified
on January 10, 2014.
Commenting on the results, Mukesh D. Ambani, Chairman and Managing Director, Reliance
Industries Limited said: “RIL has delivered a record level of consolidated net profit, this quarter.
This was achieved despite weak regional refining margins and a planned turnaround in our refinery.
The petrochemicals business performance highlights the strength of our portfolio-mix and endmarket diversity. Alongside, this robust financial performance, we also made significant progress on
our growth commitments. We have a great pipeline of new projects which will give Reliance an
enduring competitive advantage. We are further expanding our retail business in existing markets
while exploring newer markets and channels. At Reliance, social responsibility and care for the
environment is an integral part of our economic success.”
FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE REVIEW AND ANALYSIS (CONSOLIDATED )
RIL achieved a turnover of ` 107,905 crore ($ 17.9 billion) for the quarter ended 30
th
June 2014, an
increase of 7.2 %, as compared to `100,615 crore in the corresponding period of the previous year.
Higher prices primarily accounted for growth in revenue. Exports from India were higher by 16.8 %
at `66,600 crore ($ 11.1 billion) as against `57,026 crore in the corresponding period of the
previous year.
Higher crude oil prices were primarily responsible for a 7.2% increase in cost of raw materials from
`77,069 crore to ` 82,631 crore ($ 13.7 billion) on Y-o-Y basis.
Employee costs were at `1,480 crore ($ 246 million) as against `1,415 crore in corresponding
period of the previous year.
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Other expenditure increased by 22.3 % on a Y-o-Y basis from ` 7,386 crore to `9,034 crore
($ 1.5 billion) primarily due to higher expenses on account of power and fuel. The increase is on
account of lower usage of internal fuels which were utilized for value optimization.
Operating profit before other income and depreciation increased by 14.4 % on a Y-o-Y basis from
`7,857 crore to ` 8,989 crore ($ 1.5 billion) due to higher contribution from refinery, petrochemicals
and oil and gas business.
Other income was `1,974 crore ($ 328 million) as against `2,392 crore in corresponding period of
the previous year.
Depreciation (including depletion and amortization) was higher by 2.3 % to `2,782 crore ($ 462
million) as compared to ` 2,719 crore in corresponding period of the previous year.
Interest cost was lower at `505 crore ($ 84 million) as against `938 crore in corresponding period
of the previous year mainly due to lower translation impact with stability in rupee in FY 15.
Profit after tax was higher by 13.7 % at `5,957 crore ($ 1.0 billion) as against `5,237 crore in the
corresponding period of the previous year.
Basic earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter ended 30
th
June 2014 was `20.3 against ` 17.8 in
corresponding period of the previous year.
Outstanding debt as on 30
th
June 2014 was `135,769 crore ($ 22.6 billion) compared to
`138,761 crore as on 31
st
March 2014.
RIL had cash and cash equivalents of `81,559 crore ($ 13.6 billion). These were in bank deposits,
mutual funds, CDs and Government securities / bonds.
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The net addition to fixed assets for the quarter ended 30
th
June 2014 was `15,206 crore
($ 2.5 billion) including exchange rate difference capitalization. Capital expenditure was principally
on account of ongoing expansions projects in the petrochemicals and refining business at
Jamnagar, Dahej and Hazira, Broad band Access and US Shale gas projects.
RIL retained its domestic credit ratings of AAA from CRISIL and FITCH and an investment grade
rating for its international debt from Moody’s as Baa2 and BBB+ from S&P.
REFINING & MARKETING BUSINESS
(In `Crore)
1Q
FY15
4Q
FY14
1Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 4Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 1Q
FY14
Segment Revenue  98,081  96,668 91,463  1.5%  7.2%
Segment EBIT  3,814  3,962 2,947  (3.7%) 29.4%
Crude Refined (Mn MT)  16.7  16.3 17.1  
GRM ($ / bbl)  8.7  9.3 8.4  
EBIT Margin (%)  3.9%  4.1% 3.2%  
1Q FY15 revenue from the Refining and Marketing segment increased by 7.2% Y-o-Y to ` 98,081
crore ($ 16.3 billion), while EBIT was up by 29.4 % Y-o-Y at ` 3,814 crore.
During the quarter, RIL Jamnagar refineries processed 16.7 MMT of crude at an average utilization
of 108%. In comparison, average utilization rates for refineries globally during the same period were
86.2% in North America, 76.5% in Europe and 83.1% in Asia. In North America utilization improved
this quarter as compared to last quarter as refineries came back from maintenance. While in Asia
the utilization dropped Q-o-Q (from 87.6% in 4Q FY14) as many Asian refineries had scheduled
turnarounds.
Total exports from India of refined products reached $ 10.0 billion during the quarter and accounted
for 74% of aggregate refinery product volumes. In terms of volume, exports of refined products
were 10.5 MMT during 1Q FY15 as compared to 10.1 MMT in 1Q FY14.
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RIL’s Gross Refining Margin (GRM) for the quarter stood at $ 8.7/bbl as against $ 8.4/bbl in the
corresponding period of the previous year and $ 9.3/bbl in 4Q FY14.
During 1Q FY15 Singapore refining margin was lower at $ 5.8/bbl, compared to $ 6.7/bbl in the
same quarter last year and $ 6.2/bbl in 4Q FY14. Sequential decline in regional benchmark was on
account of weakness in middle distillates and fuel oil cracks, which was partially offset by stronger
gasoline and naphtha cracks. The quarter was alsocharacterized by sustained strength in crude
prices amid geo-political tensions in Iraq and supply disruptions in Libya. RIL’s premium over
Singapore complex was marginallylower, sequentially, due to weaker middle distillates cracks.
Asian gasoil cracks averaged $16.0/bbl during the quarter as against $16.8/bbl during the same
period last year, due to subdued demand from major consuming countries of Asia like China, India
and Indonesia. China’s demand weakened due to slowing industrial growth, while India and
Indonesia showed lower consumption on account of efforts to cut subsidies.
Asian naphtha and gasoline cracks improved compared to the same quarter last year. Gasoline
cracks in Asia remained strong at $ 16.1/bbl during the quarter (vs. $ 11.4/bbl in 1Q FY14) due to
Ramadan demand, heavy refinery maintenance during Apr-May period and some unplanned
outages which constrained the supplies. Naphtha cracks were supported by firm petrochemical
demand, unavailability of cheaper alternative LPG feedstock, tighter supplies due to Asian refinery
turnarounds and lower arbitrage levels from the west due to refinery run cuts.
Fuel oil cracks was at $ -12.8/bbl during the quarter, declining on Y-o-Y as well as Q-o-Q basis due
to weak demand. Weak bunker market and muted demand for high sulfur fuel oil from Chinese
teapot refiners, as they processed more crude, weighed on the cracks.
During the quarter, Arab Light – Arab Heavy crude differential remained high at $ 4.9/bbl, widening
by $ 1.4/bbl on Y-o-Y basis but marginally lower on Q-o-Q basis. Strengthening of gasoline margins
supported lighter crude and softness in middle distillates and bottom of the barrel justified the
weakness in heavy barrels, sustaining the wide differentials as compared to last year. 
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PETROCHEMICALS BUSINESS
(In `Crore)
1Q
FY15
4Q
FY14
1Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 4Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 1Q
FY14
Segment Revenue  25,398 26,541 23,228 (4.3%)  9.3 %
Segment EBIT  1,863  2,150  1,757  (13.3 %)  6.0 %
EBIT Margin (%)  7.3% 8.1% 7.6%  
Production in India (Million Tonnes)  5.4 5.3 5.3  
1Q FY15 revenue from the Petrochemicals segment increased by 9.3% Y-o-Y to `25,398 crore ($
4.2 billion). Revenue growth was primarily on account of increase in prices while EBIT was at `
1,863 crore , an increase of 6% on a Y-o-Y basis. EBIT margin was lower at 7.3% due to weaker
polyester chain margins which offset strength in polymer margins.
Polymer & Cracker Sector:
During the quarter, Indian polymer demand was stable. Improved demand was witnessed in some
end-use sectors like packaging, moulded products, FMCG products and Roto-moulded products.
PP demand grew 3% Y-o-Y with improved demand from the packaging sector including flexible
intermediate bulk container, films and moulded products. PE demand was higher by 5% on Y-o-Y
basis due to improvement in demand from film packaging and seasonal demand in Roto-molding/
drip lateral, moulded products and tarpaulin. PVC domestic demand was subdued and declined by
8% Y-o-Y. Despite good demand from pipe sector, limited local supplies and reduced imports led to
lower growth in the industry.
Crude oil and naphtha prices remained firm due to supply fear on account of geo-political concerns.
South East Asian ethylene prices remained firm due to steady feedstock prices and tight availability.
Global cracker operating rates were high at 86.5% during the quarter. Product prices were higher
by 5-10% compared to preceding quarter due to cost push and stable to firm demand.
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PP deltas improved by 16% on Q-o-Q basis as PP prices were stable due to tight supply and
seasonal demand in the region and soft propylene prices. PE deltas improved 5% as PE prices
improved on tight supply and firm demand. PVC deltas declined marginally for the quarter. Although
EDC prices declined on Q-o-Q basis, the prices remained elevated (up 31% Y-o-Y) due to firm
feedstock cost and lower availability from West.
For the quarter, RIL’s polymer production was stable at 1.1 MMT. RIL continues to maintain its
leadership position in the domestic market.
Elastomer Sector:
Butadiene demand remained muted during 1Q FY15. Asian butadiene prices improved towards end
of the quarter, supported by firm butadiene prices in North America due to plant outages.
RIL has commissioned its new swing PBR plant at Hazira with capability to produce Nickel and
Neodymium grade PBR. With commission of the new facility, RIL’s total PBR capacity is now at 115
KTA. After nearly two years, auto sales in India witnessed demand recovery in May-June 2014,
which will have a positive impact on synthetic rubber demand in India.
Polyester Chain
The polyester chain was marked by volatility across the entire chain. Uncertainties regarding
supplies and demand led to excessive volatility through the quarter. Lack of clarity in the markets
led to cautious buying, resulting in overall decline in prices across the chain.
PX markets continued without a contract price settlement through the quarter. High naphtha prices,
impacted PX margins (decline of 11% Q-o-Q, 45% Y-o-Y). Production rationalization helped firming
of prices towards the end of the quarter aiding margins. However, new capacities are expected to
come online in the next few months which are likely to keep markets pressured.
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PTA markets continued to remain oversupplied. Unviable margins and uncertainty on PX prices
forced operation cuts across the chain. Large PTA capacity additions in China over the last year
have changed trade flows in the region. Monthly PTA imports into China have declined sharply over
the last two years, shifting regional trade to India.
MEG markets were largely influenced by the PTA markets. Demand was weak owing to the overall
weakness in the polyester markets. Price fluctuations were in line with naphtha trends and depleting
inventory in coastal China supported prices.
Polyester markets were mostly guided by developments in China where fabric prices have been flat
since the beginning of the year. The filament producers were faced with over capacity and inability
to raise prices. Chinese players are actively pursuing exports as a strategy to boost demand and
prices.
Global PET markets largely remained healthy with the holiday season and warm weather in much
of the Northern hemisphere. Demand was also good from the African markets. Asian demand for
exports remained healthy.
PET demand across India remained firm owing to the extended summer and delayed monsoons.
Domestic demand for polyester was strong with quarterly volumes gaining 5% Y-o-Y and 8% Q-oQ. FDY demand firmed up from warp knitting and the start of the peak seasonal demand. PSF
demand has declined marginally on Y-o-Y basis but increased sharply by 11% on Q-o-Q basis.
RIL filament yarn market share has increased over the last year with start-up of the Silvassa plant,
which is now operating at full capacity.
RIL’s polyester production increased 11% Y-o-Y to 455 KT with increase in PFY volumes from
Silvassa. PSF production during the quarter was impacted by planned shutdown at Patalganga.
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OIL AND GAS (EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION) BUSINESS
(In `Crore)
1Q
FY15
4Q
FY14
1Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 4Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 1Q
FY14
Segment Revenue  3,178  2,798 2,496  13.6%  27.3%
Segment EBIT  1,042  762 486 36.7% 114.4%
EBIT Margin (%)
32.8%  27.2% 19.5%  
DOMESTIC OPERATIONS
(In `Crore)
1Q
FY15
4Q
FY14
1Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 4Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 1Q
FY14
Segment Revenue  1,557  1,417 1,454  9.9%  7.1%
Segment EBIT  487  378 352 28.8% 38.4%
EBIT Margin (%)
31.3%  26.7% 24.2%  
KG-D6
Production Update:
KG-D6 field produced 0.53 million barrels of crude oil and 0.09 million barrels of condensate in 1Q
FY15, a reduction of 1% in crude oil and growth of 48% for condensate on a Y-o-Y basis. Gas
production from the block was at 42 BCF in 1Q FY15, a decline of 15% Y-o-Y. Fall in production is
mainly on account of shut down of wells in D1-D3 field, partly offset by incremental production from
new wells drilled as part of Enhanced Gas Recovery (EGR) activities during 2H FY14.
Key Project Update:
• Drilling activity – Two rigs are in operation in the KG-D6 block.
• As a part of appraisal of D55 discovery, drilling of second appraisal well MJ-A2 completed
and results are under evaluation.
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• Base Management activities in D1-D3 and MA Field
o Enhanced Gas Recovery activities:
ƒSide-track in MA6H well completed and put to production from April 2014 with
production rate of ~1 MMSCMD.
oEngineering and construction activity for booster compressor are underway with target
completion by early 2015.
•R-Cluster Development
o Concept validation, Front End Engineering & Design (FEED) and Geo-mechanical studies
are completed. Contracting activity is underway for the long lead items.
Panna-Mukta and Tapti
Production update:
Panna-Mukta fields produced 2.04 million barrels of crude oil and 18.2 BCF of natural gas in 1Q
FY15 – a growth of 16% and 7% respectively on Y-o-Y basis. The increase in production was on
account of additional volumes from “Panna-L” area and infill well drilled during 2H FY14 coupled
with modification carried outin compression facilities.
Tapti fields produced 0.06 million barrels of condensate and 4.51 BCF of natural gas in FY14 –
reduction of 15% and 42% respectively on Y-o-Y basis. The decrease is due to the natural decline
in the existing producing wells.
Key Project update:
During the quarter, JV completed 1 infill well in the Panna-G area which was put to production.
Mukta-B field development: Engineering Procurement Installation Commissioning (EPIC) Contract
has been awarded with scheduled completion of the facilities pre-monsoon 2015. Drilling of MB
wells planned during 2Q FY16. Contracts are in place for all long lead items. Fabrication of
structures has commenced.
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Other Domestic Blocks
As part of the rationalisation of domestic portfolio, RIL has relinquished exploration block CY-PRDWN-2001/2.
Coal Bed Methane Blocks
Development activities in two CBM blocks, Sohagpur East and Sohagpur West were augmented by
placing orders for all major equipment and services. Currently 3 rigs are in operations and have
completed drilling of 121 surface holes, 98 production holes and performed 80 Hydro-fracturing
jobs. Concept and FEED for surface facilities is completed and detailed engineering is in progress.
Oil & Gas (US Shale)
(In `Crore)
1Q
CY14
4Q
CY13
1Q
CY13
%
Change
wrt 4Q
CY13
%
Change
wrt 1Q
CY13
Segment Revenue  1,617 1,376 1,042 17.5% 55.2%
Segment EBIT  559 437 133 27.9% 320.3%
EBIT Margin (%)  34.6% 31.8% 12.8%  
Note: 1Q CY14 financials for US Shale are consolidated in 1Q FY15 results as per accounting standards
Review of US Shale Operations – (1Q FY15)
Reliance’s Shale Gas business continued on its growth path. During 1Q FY15, revenues were at $
270 million and EBITDA was at $ 201 million reflecting Y-o-Y growth of 26% and 22% respectively.
Net sales volume (Reliance share) stood at 41.4 BCFe, up 28% Y-o-Y and 10% Q-o-Q. Sequential
growth in revenue and profits were impacted by higher basis differentials for natural gas and
condensate. This was partially offset by lower operating costs.
Gross JV production is now averaging above 1 Bcfe/day and Reliance share of production at 48.6
Bcfe in 1Q FY15. Strong growth in production was driven by impressive rise in producing well count
and continued strong well performance across JVs.
Pioneer JV continued on liquid focused development in Eagle Ford, producing 676Mmcfe/d
(including ~64,500 bbl/d of condensate) at gross JV level. Production at Chevron Marcellus JV
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stayed strong at 312 Mmcfe/d, while improvement in midstream situation and market conditions
enabled production at Carrizo to reach new levels of 176 Mmcfe/d during the quarter.
Overall capex for the quarter was at $ 331 million and cumulative investment across all JVs stands
at $ 7.36 billion. Substantial part of Pioneer and Carrizo JV capex are met through cash from
respective JV operations. Chevron JV capex continues to account for the substantial part of funding
needs.
Improving trend in D&C costs continued across JVs.Reliance was successful in its value creation
and in portfolio high-grading efforts. New development concepts such as down spaced wells, drilling
in upper Eagle Ford and upper Marcellus formations were carried out during the quarter. Other
initiatives to improve efficiencies include drilling multi well pads, drilling longer laterals, using
improved casing designs that reduce well costs and improved completion designs. Implementation
of these concepts in subsequent quarters is expected to drive gain in resource base and
sustainable growth of the business.
ORGANIZED RETAIL
(In `Crore)
1Q
FY15
4Q
FY14
1Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 4Q
FY14
%
Change
wrt 1Q
FY14
Segment Revenue  3,999 3,653 3,492 9.5%  14.5%
Segment EBIT  81 24 (14) 237.5% NA
EBIT Margin (%)  2.0% 0.7% (0.4%)  
Reliance Retail recorded strong profitability and continued growth momentum in the first quarter of
the current financial year.
Revenues for the first quarter grew by 15% Y-o-Y to `3,999 crore from `3,492 crore, registering a
LFL growth of up to 21% across various formats. The business delivered PBDIT of `171 crore in
1Q FY15 as against `70 crore in the corresponding period of the previous year. Gross margin
improvement, strong variable expense control and leverage of fixed expenses contributed to the
performance.
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Underlying growth and outlook in core sectors continues to be robust despite regulatory conditions
affecting the Jewelry sector and a difficult consumer environment. The business also reorganized
the Reliance Fresh store portfolio within and across cities for optimized profitability while the overall
portfolio continues to be augmented.
Value Formats consolidated their leadership position further of being the largest grocery retailer in
the country. The formats launched several own brands products under various categories in the
quarter. These products have rapidly gained acceptance in their categories and now provide
customers with more options, value and quality. The format sectors focus on own brands is yielding
dividends with their contribution increasing to 15% of overall sales from 11% in the same period last
year.
Reliance Market continued additions to its store network, reaching out to more and more kiranas,
traders and institutions as partners across the country. Reliance Market now serves over 1.4 million
registered members.
The digital sector maintained its growth momentum and has achieved the distinction of operating
over 400 stores across the country.
• Reliance Digital with its superior in-store experience and extensive product assortments
continued to improve its proposition and delight customers
• The recently launched Digital Express Mini rapidly scaled up its operations during the quarter
and now operates over 180 stores across the country
The Fashion and Lifestyle sector delivered strong performance in the quarter by offering
fashionable, high quality merchandise with an engaging in-store experience. Reliance Trends
launched a new own brand in women’s ethnic wear category. The formats own brand portfolio now
contributes 65% of sales.
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Reliance Retail grew its presence through its partnerships during this period. The JV with Marks &
Spencer recorded strong growth and launched the first standalone store for lingerie and beauty
concept in India. During the quarter, Reliance Brands announced a partnership with BCBG MAX
Azria Group, Inc. to bring in India, an international womenswear brand known for its contemporary
fashion sensibilities.
As on 30th June 2014, Reliance Retail operated 1,723 stores across 148 cities in India.
BROADBAND ACCESS
RIL’s subsidiary, Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (“RJIL”), which is the only private player with
Broadband Wireless Access spectrum in all the 22 telecom circles of India, plans to provide reliable
fast internet connectivity and rich digital services on a Pan India basis.
In addition to fixed and wireless broadband connectivity, RJIL also plans to enable end-to-end
solutions that address the entire value chain across various digital services in key domains of
national interest such as education, healthcare, security, financial services, government-citizen
interfaces and entertainment. RJIL aims to comprehensively address the requisite components of
the customer need, thereby fundamentally enhancing the opportunity and experience of hundreds
of millions of Indian citizens and organizations. Engaged in this massive endeavour, over 10,000 full
time Jio employees are working alongside nearly 30,000 professionals from our partners and
vendors from all parts of the world. In addition, there are over 100,000 people working across the
country in creating the digital infrastructure backbone for this network. The key leadership positions
required to execute the project are in place. RJIL has finalized the key vendor and supplier
partnerships that are required for the launch of our services, and is making rapid progress in
building the critical infrastructure needed to launch its services.
In the past, RJIL has announced key definitive agreements with Reliance Communications (RCOM)
for inter-city optic fibre sharing, for sharing of up to 45,000 of RCOM’s nationwide telecom towers,
and for joint working arrangements to configure the scope of additional towers to be built at new
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locations. RJIL also announced a key agreement for international data connectivity with Bharti to
utilise dedicated fiber pair on Bharti’s i2i submarine cable that connects India and Singapore.
RJIL has been awarded with a Facility Based Operator License (“FBO License”) in Singapore which
will allow RJIPL to buy, operate and sell undersea and/or terrestrial fibre connectivity, setup its
internet point of presence, offer internet transit and peering services as well as data and voice
roaming services in Singapore.
RJIL has been granted Unified License for all 22 Service Areas across India by the Department of
Telecom (DoT) to become the first telecom operator in the country to get pan India Unified License.
The Unified License would allow RJIL to offer all telecom services including voice telephony under a
single license.
RJIL was allotted MSC, MCC & MNC codes for Mobile Access Services across all 22 circles by the
DoT providing it with about 22 million mobile phone numbers across India to provide mobile access
services.
RJIL and Bharti Airtel Limited announced a comprehensive telecom infrastructure sharing
arrangement under which they will share infrastructure created by both parties to avoid duplication
of infrastructure, wherever possible, and to preserve capital and the environment.
In the last year’s spectrum auctions, RJIL successfully acquired 1800 MHz spectrum across 14
critical circles to strengthen in-building coverage in LTE. RJIL plans to provide seamless 4G
services using FDD-LTE on 1800 MHz and TDD-LTE on 2300 MHz through an integrated
ecosystem.
At Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, RJIL showcased LTE-TDD interoperability use case
with Chinese giant China Mobile by making a VoLTE voice call across the two operator’s network.
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RJIL signed an agreement to use Viom Networks’ pan India passive telecom infrastructure having a
footprint of over 42,000 telecom towers.
RJIL and Reliance Communications Ltd. signed an agreement for sharing of RCOM’s extensive
intra-city optic fiber infrastructure of nearly 500,000 fiber pair kilometres, across the top more than
300 cities and towns in India.
In the past quarter, continuing on the infrastructure sharing with other firms, Reliance Jio signed
agreements with Ascend Telecom Infrastructure Ltd., Tower Vision India and ATC India in order to
widen access to telecom tower infrastructure to expedite the rollout of its 4G services.
Reliance Industries Limited’s recent acquisition of control in Network 18 Media & Investments
Limited through Independent Media Trust including its subsidiary TV18 Broadcast Limited will
differentiate Reliance’s 4G business by providing a unique amalgamation at the intersect of
telecom, web and digital commerce via a suite of premier digital properties.
(All $ numbers are in US$)
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UNAUDITED CONSOLIDATED RESULTS FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 30th
JUNE 2014
(`in crore, except per share data)
Sr.
No.
Particulars
Quarter Ended  Year Ended
(Audited)    30 June’ 14  31 Mar’ 14  30 June’ 13  31 Mar’14
1  Income from Operations
(a)  Net Sales/Income from operations
(Net of excise duty and service tax)
104,640 103,428  97,503  434,460
 Total income from operations (net)  104,640 103,428  97,503  434,460
2 Expenses
(a)  Cost of materials consumed  82,631 83,749 77,069  346,491
(b) Purchases of stock-in- trade  5,308  3,115  5,852  17,091
(c)  Changes in inventories of finished goods, work-in-progress
and stock-in-trade
(2,802) (1,684) (2,076)  (560)
(d)Employee benefits expense  1,480  1,575  1,415  5,572
(e)  Depreciation, amortization and depletion expense  2,782 2,910 2,719  11,201
(f) Other expenses  9,034 7,247 7,386  31,067
Total Expenses  98,433 96,912 92,365  410,862
3  Profit from operations before other income and finance costs  6,207 6,516 5,138  23,598
4 Other Income  1,974 2,097 2,392  8,911
5  Profit from ordinary activities before finance costs  8,181 8,613 7,530  32,509
6 Finance costs  505 978 938  3,836
7  Profit from ordinary activities before tax  7,676 7,635 6,592  28,673
8 Tax expense  1,765 1,759 1,355  6,215
9  Net Profit for the Period  5,911  5,876  5,237  22,458
10  Share of profit/(loss) of associates  53 13 25  90
11 Minority interest  (7) (8) (25)  (55)
12
Net Profit/(loss) after taxes, minority interest and share in profit/
(loss) of associates
5,957 5,881 5,237  22,493
13  Paid up Equity Share Capital, Equity Shares of `10/- each.  3,233 3,232 3,299  3,232
14  Reserves excluding revaluation reserves
194,882
15  Earnings per share (Face value of `10)  
(a)Basic   20.3  20.0  17.8  76.5  (b) Diluted   20.3 20.0 17.8  76.5
A PARTICULARS OF SHAREHOLDING  
1  Public shareholding (including GDR holders)
- Number of Shares (in crore)  176.87 176.79 176.55  176.79
- Percentage of Shareholding (%)  54.71 54.70 54.67  54.70
2  Promoters and Promoter Group shareholding
a)  Pledged / Encumbered
 - Number of shares (in crore)  - - -  -
- Percentage of shares (as a % of the total shareholding of
Promoters and Promoter Group)
- - -  -
- Percentage of shares (as a % of the total share capital of
the company)
- - -  -
b)  Non – Encumbered
 - Number of shares (in crore)  146.40 146.40 146.39  146.40
- Percentage of shares (as a % of the total shareholding of
Promoters and Promoter Group)
100 100 100  100
- Percentage of shares (as a % of the total share capital of
the company)
45.29 45.30 45.33  45.30
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Notes:
1.  The figures for the corresponding previous period have been restated/regrouped wherever
necessary, to make them comparable.
2.  The consolidated accounts have been prepared as per Accounting Standard (AS) 21 on
Consolidated Financial Statements and Accounting Standard (AS) 23 on Accounting for
Investments in Associates in Consolidated Financial Statements.
3.  The paid up Equity Share Capital in item no 13 of the above result, includes 29,23,54,627
equity shares directly held by subsidiaries/trust before their becoming subsidiaries of the
Company, which have been excluded for the purpose of computation of Earnings per share.
4.  The Government of India (GoI), by its letters dated 2nd May, 2012, 14th November, 2013 and
10th July, 2014 has communicated that it proposes to disallow certain costs which the
Production Sharing Contract (PSC), relating to Block KG-DWN-98/3 entitles the Company to
recover. Based on legal advice received, the Company continues to maintain that a Contractor
is entitled to recover all of its costs under the terms of the PSC and there are no provisions that
entitle the Government to disallow the recovery of any Contract Cost as defined in the PSC.
The Company has already referred the issue to arbitration and already communicated the
same to GoI for resolution of disputes.
5.  There was 1 investor complaint pending as on 1st April, 2014. During the quarter 475
complaints were received. All of the complaints were resolved as on 30th June 2014.
6.  The Audit Committee has reviewed the above results and the Board of Directors have
approved the above results and its release at their respective meetings held on 19th July 2014.
The Statutory Auditors of the Company have carried out a Limited Review only for the quarter
ended 30th June 2014.
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UNAUDITED CONSOLIDATED SEGMENT INFORMATION FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 30
th
JUNE 2014      `in Crore
Sr.  Particulars  Quarter Ended  Year Ended
(Audited)
No.  30 June 14  31 Mar’ 14  30 June 13  31Mar’ 14
1. Segment Revenue
- Petrochemicals  25,398 26,541 23,228  104,018
- Refining  98,081 96,668 91,463  405,852
- Oil and Gas  3,178 2,798 2,496  10,902
-  Organized Retail  3,999 3,653 3,492  14,556
- Others  1,772 1,804 1,775  6,271
 Gross Turnover
(Turnover and Inter Segment Transfers)
132,428 131,464 122,454  541,599
Less: Inter Segment Transfers  24,523 25,256 21,839  95,260
Turnover  107,905 106,208 100,615  446,339
Less: Excise Duty / Service Tax Recovered  3,265 2,780 3,112  11,879
Net Turnover  104,640 103,428  97,503  434,460
2. Segment Results
- Petrochemicals  1,863 2,150 1,757  8,403
- Refining  3,814 3,962 2,947  13,392
- Oil and Gas  1,042 762  486  2,811
-  Organized Retail  81 24 (14)  118
- Others  116 313 202  879
 Total Segment Profit before Interest and Tax  6,916 7,211 5,378  25,603
(i) Interest Expense  (505) (978) (938)  (3,836)
(ii) Interest Income  1,187 1,250 1,533  5,907
(iii) Other Un-allocable Income (Net of Expenditure)  131 165 644  1,089
 Profit before Tax  7,729 7,648 6,617  28,763
(i) Provision for Current Tax  (1,520) (1,576) (1,422)  (5,929)
(ii) Provision for Deferred Tax  (245) (183)  67  (286)
 Profit after Tax (including share of profit/(loss) of
associates)
5,964 5,889 5,262  22,548
3.  Capital Employed
(Segment Assets – Segment Liabilities)
- Petrochemicals  48,132 47,753 42,562  47,753
- Refining  72,166 67,747 60,946  67,747
- Oil and Gas  63,803 63,099 53,021  63,099
- Organized Retail  5,859 5,909 6,139  5,909
- Others  48,616 45,929 28,057  45,929
- Unallocated  114,817 123,163 125,583  123,163
Total Capital Employed  353,393 353,600 316,308  353,600
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Notes to Segment Information (Consolidated) for the Quarter Ended 30
th
June 2014
1.  As per Accounting Standard 17 on Segment Reporting (AS 17), the Company has reported "Segment
Information", as described below:
a)  The petrochemicals segment includes production and marketing operations of petrochemical
products namely, High density Polyethylene, Low density Polyethylene, Linear Low density
Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Polyvinyl Chloride, Polyester Yarn, Polyester Fibres, Purified
Terephthalic Acid, Paraxylene, Ethylene Glycol, Olefins, Aromatics, Linear Alkyl Benzene,
Butadiene, Acrylonitrile, Poly Butadiene Rubber, Caustic Soda and Polyethylene
Terephthalate.
b)  The refining  segment includes production and marketing operations of the petroleum
products.
c) The oil and gas segment includes exploration, development and production of crude oil and
natural gas.
d) The organized retailsegment includes organized retail business in India.
e)  Other business segments including broadbandaccess which are not separately reportable
have been grouped under the otherssegment.
f)  Capital employed on other investments / assets and income from the same are considered
under ‘unallocable’.
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UNAUDITED STANDALONE FINANCIAL RESULTS FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 30th
JUNE 2014
(`in crore, except per share data)
Sr.
No.
Particulars
Quarter Ended
Year Ended
(Audited)
30 June’14 31 Mar’14 30 June’13  31 Mar’ 14
1  Income from Operations
(a)  Net Sales/Income from operations
(Net of excise duty and service tax )
96,351 95,193 87,645  390,117
 Total income from operations (net)  96,351 95,193 87,645  390,117
2 Expenses  
(a)  Cost of materials consumed  80,966 81,095 73,729  329,313
(b)  Purchase of stock-in- trade  1,716 13 392  524
(c)  Changes in inventories of finished goods, work-in-progress and
stock-in-trade
(2,120) (1,236)  (746)  412
(d)  Employee benefits expense  929 948 899  3,370
(e)  Depreciation, amortization and depletion expense  2,024 2,275 2,138  8,789
(f)Other expenses  7,330  6,042  6,296  25,621
Total Expenses  90,845 89,137 82,708  368,029
3  Profit from operations before other income and finance costs  5,506 6,056  4,937  22,088
4 Other Income  2,046 2,036 2,535  8,936
5  Profit from ordinary activities before finance costs  7,552 8,092 7,472  31,024
6 Finance costs  324 799 810  3,206
7  Profit from ordinary activities before tax  7,228 7,293 6,662  27,818
8 Tax expense  1,579 1,662 1,310  5,834
9  Net Profit for the Period  5,649  5,631  5,352  21,984
10  Paid up Equity Share Capital, Equity Shares of `10/- each.  3,233 3,232 3,229  3,232
11  Reserves excluding revaluation reserves      1,93,842
12  Earnings per share (Face value of `10)        (a) Basic   17.5 17.4 16.6  68.0
(b)Diluted   17.5  17.4  16.6  68.0
A PARTICULARS OF SHAREHOLDING    
1  Public shareholding (including GDR holders)  
- Number of Shares (in crore)  176.87  176.79  176.55  176.79
- Percentage of Shareholding (%)  54.71 54.70 54.67  54.70
2  Promoters and Promoter Group shareholding
a)  Pledged / Encumbered
 - Number of shares (in crore)  - - -  -
- Percentage of shares (as a % of the total shareholding of
Promoters and Promoter Group)
- - -  -
- Percentage of shares (as a % of the total share capital of the
company)
- - -  -
b)  Non – Encumbered
 - Number of shares (in crore)  146.40 146.40 146.39  146.40
- Percentage of shares (as a % of the total shareholding of
Promoters and Promoter Group)
100 100 100  100
- Percentage of shares (as a % of the total share capital of the
company)
45.29 45.30 45.33  45.30
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Notes:
1. The figures for the corresponding previous period have been restated/regrouped wherever
necessary, to make them comparable.
2.  The Government of India (GoI), by its letters dated 2nd May, 2012, 14th November, 2013 and 10
th
July, 2014 has communicated that it proposes to disallow certain costs which the Production Sharing
Contract (PSC), relating to Block KG-DWN-98/3 entitles the Company to recover. Based on legal
advice received, the Company continues to maintain that a Contractor is entitled to recover all of its
costs under the terms of the PSC and there are no provisions that entitle the Government to disallow
the recovery of any Contract Cost as defined in the PSC. The Company has already referred the
issue to arbitration and already communicated the same to GoI for resolution of disputes.
3.  There was 1 investor complaint pending as on 1
st
April, 2014. During the quarter 475 complaints
were received. All of the complaints were resolved as on 30
th
June 2014.
4.  The Audit Committee has reviewed the above results and the Board of Directors have approved the
above results and its release at their respective meetings held on 19
th
July 2014. The Statutory
Auditors of the Company have carried out a Limited Review of the aforesaid results.
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UNAUDITED STANDALONE SEGMENT INFORMATION FOR THE QUARTER ENDED 30
th
JUNE 2014
`in Crore
Sr.
Particulars
Quarter Ended
Year Ended
(Audited)
No.  30 June’ 14  31 Mar’ 14  30 June’ 13  31 Mar’ 14
1. Segment Revenue  
- Petrochemicals  23,715 24,343 21,950  96,465
- Refining  90,998 87,624 81,458  361,970
- Oil and Gas  1,557 1,417 1,454  6,068
- Others  193 394 616  1,549
 Gross Turnover
(Turnover and Inter Segment Transfers)
116,463 113,778 105,478  466,052
Less: Inter Segment Transfers  17,079 15,971 14,889  64,750
Turnover  99,384 97,807 90,589  401,302
Less: Excise Duty / Service Tax Recovered  3,033 2,614 2,944  11,185
Net Turnover  96,351 95,193 87,645  390,117
2. Segment Results
- Petrochemicals  1,885 2,096 1,888  8,612
- Refining  3,773 3,954 2,951  13,220
- Oil and Gas  487 378 352  1,626
- Others  52 199 84  419
 Total Segment Profit before Interest and Tax  6,197 6,627 5,275  23,877
(i) Interest Expense  (324) (799) (810)  (3,206)
(ii) Interest Income  1,357 1,446 1,628  6,472
(iii) Other Un-allocable Income (Net of
Expenditure)
(2) 19 569  675
 Profit before Tax  7,228 7,293 6,662  27,818
(i) Provision for Current Tax  (1,507) (1,526) (1,391)  (5,812)
(ii) Provision for Deferred Tax  (72) (136)  81  (22)
 Profit after Tax  5,649 5,631 5,352  21,984
3.  Capital Employed
(Segment Assets – Segment Liabilities)
- Petrochemicals  45,000 44,601 39,476  44,601
- Refining  70,946 66,373 60,459  66,373
- Oil and Gas  29,073 28,571 27,651  28,571
- Others  38,566 38,709 23,993  38,709
- Unallocated  116,132 124,288 125,784  124,288
 Total Capital Employed  299,717 302,542 277,363  302,542
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Notes to Segment Information (Standalone) for the Quarter Ended 30
th
June 2014
1.  As per Accounting Standard 17 on ‘Segment Reporting’ (AS 17), the Company has reported
‘Segment Information’, as described below:
a)  The petrochemicals segment includes production and marketing operations of petrochemical
products namely, High density Polyethylene, Low density Polyethylene, Linear Low density
Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Polyvinyl Chloride, Polyester Yarn, Polyester Fibres, Purified
Terephthalic Acid, Paraxylene, Ethylene Glycol, Olefins, Aromatics, Linear Alkyl Benzene,
Butadiene, Acrylonitrile, Poly Butadiene Rubber, Caustic Soda and Polyethylene
Terephthalate.
b)  The refining  segment includes production and marketing operations of the petroleum
products.
c) The oil and gas segment includes exploration, development and production of crude oil and
natural gas.
d)  The smaller business segments not separately reportable have been grouped under the
‘others’segment.
e)  Capital employed on other investments / assets and income from the same are considered
under ‘unallocable’.

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