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Shri Dharmendra Pradhan launches the Bid round –II under Discovered Small Field Policy
Shri Dharmendra Pradhan launches the Bid round –II under Discovered Small Field Policy
Bid round –II under Discovered Small Field Policy was launched here today by Shri Dharmendra Pradhan, Minister of Petroleum and Natural Gas & Skill Development…
Impact of US sanctions on import of oil from Iran
Impact of US sanctions on import of oil from Iran
Union Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan has said thatIndia has taken note of the re-imposition of US Sanctions on Iran in…

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In this section, Energy Outlook covers the conventional sources of energy/Conventional sources of energy are those sources of energy that we have known about and using since a long time. Fuel sources like crude oil, natural gas and coal qualify under the category.
The fossil fuel sources undergo incomplete combustion and leave behind a smoky, hazy trail of harmful exhaust gases which not only have suspended particulate matter but are also derived from a fast thinning global fossil fuel reserve.
For a long time, not just the global fuel prices have been climbing irrationally as compared to the common earthling’s income. Not only the Indian citizens but also the global citizens are stuck in this embattlement with fossil fuels. There is a growing need for shifting off of the dependence on fossil fuels.
The Energy Outlook magazine realizes this bit about the endangered fuel situation. There is a looming fuel crisis that already threatens the planet’s atmosphere. Read about the status quo of conventional sources of energy in the world.