Nifty Oil & Gas Live Chart

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Nifty Oil & Gas Performance

Days Range

Low: 11,993.40
High: 12,133.20
Previous Close12,023.25
52W Range7,404.60 - 12,437.75
P/E Ratio9.84

Nifty Oil & Gas Companies

Day Range

Adani Total Gas


5.30 (0.56%)

₹942.20 - ₹960.00


Aegis Logistics


-16.10 (-1.91%)

₹821.10 - ₹839.50




6.55 (1.06%)

₹618.25 - ₹629.30


Castrol India


1.80 (0.89%)

₹202.11 - ₹206.65


GAIL (India)


4.35 (1.98%)

₹219.11 - ₹225.50




4.45 (1.47%)

₹304.65 - ₹309.80


Gujarat Gas


-2.40 (-0.38%)

₹633.05 - ₹648.95




8.35 (1.58%)

₹530.00 - ₹543.75




1.50 (0.89%)

₹169.16 - ₹172.10


Indraprastha Gas


-0.85 (-0.17%)

₹482.85 - ₹490.35


Mahanagar Gas


6.40 (0.44%)

₹1,457.25 - ₹1,479.00




-0.65 (-0.24%)

₹275.10 - ₹278.20


Oil India


19.80 (2.92%)

₹670.00 - ₹709.00


Petronet LNG


0.85 (0.26%)

₹321.55 - ₹327.85


Reliance Industr


9.50 (0.32%)

₹2,914.45 - ₹2,947.80


Nifty Oil & Gas Sectors

Sector Name Advances No Change Declined
Chemicals 0 1 1
Crude Oil & Natural Gas 2 2 0
Gas Distribution 6 7 1
Refineries 4 4 0
Trading 1 1 0

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What is NIFTY Oil & Gas?

NIFTY Oil & Gas is a sectoral index on the National Stock Exchange (NSE) which captures the behavior and performance of the Indian petroleum industry on a real-time basis. It is constituted of 15 stocks that are listed on NSE and are involved in the various businesses related to oil, gas and petroleum products.

The basic industries eligible for inclusion in the NIFTY Oil & Gas index are Gas Transmission/Marketing, Industrial Gas, LPG/CNG/PNG/LNG Supplier, Lubricants, Offshore Support Solution Drilling, Oil Equipment & Services, Oil Exploration & Production, Oil Storage & Transportation, Refineries & Marketing, and Trading – Gas.

This NIFTY Oil & Gas index was launched on January 15, 2020, with the base date as April 1, 2005, and the base value at 1000. The NIFTY Oil & Gas share price since inception, has breached the levels of 7,500 at ~8x P/E multiples. It is reconstituted semi-annually and caps individual stocks at 33% weightage.

The NIFTY Oil & Gas index is owned and managed by NSE Indices Limited, previously known as India Index Services & Products Limited. The NSE Oil & Gas index is governed by a three-tier structure comprising:

  • BOD of NSE Indices: responsible for managing the index as per a detailed framework.
  • Index Advisory Committee (Equity): responsible for providing guidance on macro issues related to the index.
  • Index Maintenance Sub-Committee: responsible for the maintenance of the index’s methodology and stock selection criteria.

NIFTY Oil & Gas has a variant in the form of the NIFTY Oil & Gas Total Returns Index. It can be used for launching index funds, ETFs, and other structured investment products. This index is also ideal for benchmarking fund portfolios by AMCs.

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How is NIFTY Oil & Gas calculated? How are stocks selected for inclusion in NIFTY Oil & Gas?

The NIFTY Oil & Gas share price is computed by weighting its 15 stocks on the basis of periodically capped free-float market capitalization relative to a base market capitalization value on a real-time basis. 

In order to be considered for inclusion in the NIFTY Oil & Gas index, the securities must fulfill the following eligibility criteria:

  1. Should be listed on the National Stock Exchange.
  2. Should form a part of NIFTY 500.
  3. Should be a part of the oil, gas & petroleum industry.
  4. If the number of eligible stocks falls below 10, then in such cases, the deficit number of stocks shall be selected from the universe of top 800 ranked stocks based on both average daily turnover and average daily full market capitalization data of the previous six months from NIFTY 500’s universe.
  5. Should have a trading frequency of at least 90% in the past six months.
  6. Must have a listing history of at least six months.
  7. New securities will be included, if their float-adjusted market capitalization is at least 1.5 times of the index’s smallest constituent’s free-float market capitalization.
  8. A recently listed company (IPO) can be included if it meets the above eligibility criteria for a period of three months instead of six months.
  9. Should adhere to the cap of 33% in case of a single stock and 62% for the top 3 stocks cumulatively at the time of rebalancing.

The index value is calculated as follows – 

    Index Value = Current Index Market Capitalization/ (Base Free Float Market Capitalization * Base Index Value)

The NIFTY Oil & Gas index is rebalanced semi-annually based on six months of data, with the cutoff date being January 31 and July 31 of each year. The replacement of stocks in NIFTY Oil & Gas (if any) is effective from the last trading day of March and September.

Nifty Oil & Gas FAQs

What are NIFTY Oil & Gas stocks?

NIFTY Oil & Gas index includes the top 15 ranked stocks from the oil, gas & consumable fuels industry based on free-float market capitalization.

How to invest in NIFTY Oil & Gas?

There are several ways of investing in NIFTY Oil & Gas, such as:

Direct Investing: With a demat account, you can invest in individual stocks from the NIFTY Oil & Gas index.

Index Mutual Funds: Many companies offer thematic funds that actively invest in the NIFTY Oil & Gas index stocks.

Should you invest in the NIFTY Oil & Gas index? Is the investment in NIFTY Oil & Gas safe?

The NIFTY Oil & Gas index has generated total returns of 15.05% since inception and 15.83% in the past 5 years. It has beta levels similar to the benchmark index, NIFTY 50 and is not closely correlated to it.

How is NIFTY Oil & Gas different from its BSE Oil & Gas counterpart?

NIFTY Oil & Gas has 15 constituents and was launched in 2020, whereas BSE Oil & Gas was launched in 2004 with 10 constituents, making the former a more diversified index of the two. Both the indices trade at similar 8x P/E multiples.

What is the objective of NIFTY Oil & Gas?

NIFTY Oil & Gas index’s basic objective is to serve as the benchmark for evaluating the Indian petroleum industry that deals with the entirety of upstream, midstream and downstream processes.