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Title: Petroleum Conservation Research Association


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Petroleum Conservation Research
Association WELCOMES APARD Trainers on Energy
Conservation Techniques SAVE FUEL YAANI SAVE
MONEY
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Objectives
  • Create awareness among masses
  • Promote research, development and deployment
  • Provide training and technical advisory services
  • Information dissemination of fuel efficient
    technologies
  • Function as a think tank for the Govt. of India

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SECTORAL APPROACH
COMMERCIAL
AGRICULTURE
INDUSTRY
PCRA
YOUTH PROG.
DOMESTIC
TRANSPORT
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Energy Scenario
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Energy
Energy Sources
  • Non Renewable
  • Coal
  • Oil
  • Gas
  • Renewable
  • Solar
  • Wind
  • Hydroelectricity
  • Biomass etc.

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Reserves Status
World Proven Reserves of Crude Oil 1408.7
Thousand Million Barrels Indias Proven Reserves
of Crude Oil 5.8 Thousand Million Barrels
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Reserves/Production Status
World Proven R/P of Crude Oil 42 yrs Indias
Proven R/P of Crude Oil 20.7yrs
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Primary Energy Consumption
  • India
  • At 524 MMTOE, 4th largest consumer of primary
    energy
  • One of the largest growing market for energy

3.84 of total
Country-wise primary energy consumption MMTOE
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Indias Energy Basket
Primary Energy
World Energy Consumption 11,299 MTOE
India Energy Consumption 524 MTOE
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Oil Consumption
World oil consumption 3,928 MMT
India 4th largest consumer of oil 135 MMT(3.4
of total) Indias Oil consumption increased at 4
(decade after 1998) against the world of 1.4 .
Country-wise oil consumption MMTOE
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Energy outlook
  • For India, sourcing of Energy remains a
    challenge..
  • with 16 of Global Population
  • 0.5 of worlds Petroleum Reserve
  • 10 of worlds coal reserves
  • 8-10 GDP growth target

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Indigenous crude
Source Planning Commission TERI Data Book
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Why energy efficiency? II
  • India is also highly dependent on imported oil to
    meet the energy demand, which raises the question
    of energy security of the nation.
  • Immense potential exists in this aspect of energy
    efficiency, particularly in the use of pumps,
    heating, ventilation, air conditioning and
    lighting areas

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The move towards AC
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Why we should save energy
  • By saving energy you're helping to save the
    world's energy resources like gas, oil and water
    and you're also saving money on your utility
    bills.
  • Best of all, by using energy wisely we can cut
    down on pollutants in the air and water, making a
    better environment for everyone.

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Why We Should Save Energy
  • Think about what would happen if there wasn't
    enough energy. . . there would be no light to
    turn on when it got dark . . . there would not be
    any hot water for the shower or heat for your
    house in the winter . . . no gas or oil to drive
    the car . . . so there are lots of reasons we
    should save energy.

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Lighting
  • Turn off the lights when not in use
  • Take advantage of daylight by using
    light-colored, loose-weave curtains on your
    windows to allow daylight to penetrate the room,
    use with lighter colors on wall that reflect
    daylight.
  • De-dust lighting fixtures to maintain
    illumination.
  • Compact Fluorescent Bulbs (CFL) are four times
    more energy efficient than incandescent bulbs and
    provide the same for lighting.
  • Use electronic chokes in place of conventional
    copper chokes.

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Fans
  • Replace conventional regulators with electronic
    regulators for ceiling fans.
  • Install exhaust fans at a higher elevation than
    ceiling fans.

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Gas stove
  • When cooking on a gas burner, use moderate flame
    settings to conserve LPG.
  • Remember that a blue flame means your gas stove
    is operating efficiently.
  • Yellowish flame is an indicator that the burner
    needs cleaning.
  • Use pressure cookers as much as possible.
  • Use lids to cover the pans while cooking.
  • Bring items taken out of refrigerators (like
    vegetables, milk etc) to room temperature before
    placing on the gas stove for heating.

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Electronic Devices
  • Switch Off the power when TV and Audio Systems
    are not in use.
  • Idle / Standby operation leads to a power loss
    of 10 watts /device.

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Air Conditioners
  • Prefer air conditioners having automatic
    temperature cut off.
  • Keep regulators at 25oC position.
  • Operate the ceiling fan in conjunction with your
    window air conditioner to spread the cooled air
    more effectively throughout the room and operate
    the air conditioner at higher temperature.
  • Seal the doors and windows properly.
  • Leave enough space between your air conditioner
    and the walls to allow better air circulation.
  • A roof garden can reduce the load on Air
    Conditioner
  • Use windows with sun films/curtains.

22
Future Programs..
  • Benefits of using Star Labeled Products
  • Energy Conservation in Lighting
  • Energy Conservation in Air Conditioners
  • Fuel Saving Tips in Personal Vehicles
  • LPG Saving Safety Tips

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Conclusion
  • Energy consumption is an indicator of any
    countrys prosperity
  • Conservation doesnt mean No use of energy
    rather it indicates Efficient
    utilization of Energy
  • One unit of energy saved at end-use is equivalent
    to Four units of Energy at upstream end

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Save EnergySave Yourself
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Thank you
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  • 2 stroke and 4 stroke Engines

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2 St. Engine
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Working of a 4 St. Engine
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