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Fuel price hiked ashish

  1. 1. Change Took Place In Fuel Price 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Petrol 50 46 51 69 79 Diesel 34 32 39 43 52
  2. 2. 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 Delhi Kolkata Mumbai chennaiCurrent 65.64 70.03 70.66 69.55New 73.18 77.88 78.57 77.53
  3. 3. 60 50 40 30 20 10 Delhi Kolkata Mumbai chennaiOld Price 41.32 46.25 44.76 43.91New 46.32 51.25 49.76 48.91
  4. 4. Synopsis• What is liquid petroleum ?• Production process• India’s fuel consumption• Factors effecting price• Effect on the economy & Common man• Alternatives of liquid petroleum• How to overcome the problem ?• Conclusion
  5. 5. What is liquid petroleum• How was oil formed?• From where we get the crude oil?
  6. 6. How Was Oil Formed
  7. 7. From where we get the crude oilThe worlds top five crude oil-producingcountries are: Saudi Arabia Russia United States Iran China
  8. 8. Over one-fourth of the crude oil produced inthe united states is produced offshore in thegulf of Mexico. The top crude oil-producingstates are: Top Petroleum Production State Texas Alaska California Louisiana Oklahoma
  9. 9. Production process
  10. 10. Major products of oil refineries PRODUCT 1% 4% 11% Gasoline 3% Jet Fuel Diesel & Other Fuel 46% Asphalt Heavy Fuel Oil 26% Lubricants Other Product 9%
  11. 11. India’s Fuel Consumption Products 3.50% 5.70%7.50% Diesel Others10.50% LPG (Cooking Gas ) 45.40% Petroleum Coke Nephtha + NGL ATF 18.10% Kerosene9.40%
  12. 12. Factors Effecting Price Petrol price build up Delhi 73.441.5 12.2 Paid To Refinery Taxes & Levise 14.78 44.7 Dealer Commission Vat (Delhi=20%)
  13. 13. Factors Effecting Price Diesel price build up Delhi 46.32 1.6390.9458 Cost of Production 7.6946 Taxes & Levise Dealer Commission 9.32 28.18 Vat ( Delhi = 20 % ) Transportation Charge
  14. 14. Effect On The Economy & Common Man Import 35% with 10% rise in crude oil price  transport on 4%  agriculture at 8%  house hold items on 4%  other items 2% with rising price of crude oil it will impact on budget
  15. 15.  Crude oil price increase above $ 92/barrel  INR : 7 /liter on diesel  INR : 366. 28 on LPG  INR : 19. 60/ liter on kerosene If crude above $100 / barrel the govt. 8% of GDP on energy consumption With rising price of crude oil it will impact on Budget In India see the trend of oil price and then predict the inflation as well as interest rate in future.
  16. 16. Alternatives of liquid petroleum Bio fuel Biomass Algae based fuels Biodiesel Alcohol fuels Ammonia Carbon neutral and negative fuel
  17. 17. Alternatives of liquid petroleum Hydrogen HCNG Liquid nitrogen Compressed air Alternative fossil fuels Nuclear power and radio thermal generators Nuclear reactors Radio thermal generators
  18. 18. How to come out from the problem First we discover some oil fields in our country We find some alternatives like solar energy etc. Today we pay INR : 74(petrol) & 47(diesel) approx.  INR : 23 & 10.5 goes to Central Government  INR : 23 & 10.5 goes to State Government Build a reserve of crude oil price
  19. 19. ConclusionBy public  By using bicycle as possible  Turn off the vehicles in red signal of traffic  Take walking for short distance  Use maximum time the public transportation  Use battery transport vehicles
  20. 20. ConclusionBy Govt.  Govt. should cut of the taxes in fuels  Govt. should run a good relation  ONGC should cut their useless expenditures.
  21. 21. FromAshish TiwariManoj Kumar

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