Fuel

December 17, 2012

How India can solve 40% of its Power Problems – By Stopping Rampant Theft

Power is one of the most widely used resources used in every sphere of life, business, etc. If we talk about the Indian economy, we find […]
December 7, 2012

Why Coal is set to become biggest fuel source in next couple of years

Coal – the Biggest Fuel The recent travails of coal companies in the USA due to low natural gas prices has led many people to think […]
December 6, 2012

Biofuel Producers in India benefit from 5% mandatory blending in fuel

The Indian Government has finally come out with a policy mandating 5% compulsory blending of ethanol with fuel. The Oil Marketing Companies will have to procure […]
November 27, 2012

Infrastructure firms in India sunk in sea due to high Debt, Execution issues and no Fuel

Indian Infrastructure Ship sinking Almost all of India’s major consturction and infrastructure companies have seen losses in the current quarter and expected to be in the […]
November 10, 2012

Uses of Oil – Heating, Fuel, Petrochemical Products and Facts for Kids

What is Crude Oil Crude oil is a naturally occurring substance found in certain rock formations and below water bodies. Oil is a compound containing carbon […]
November 2, 2012

Cost concerns: Major bottleneck in the Biomass Power Development

Bottleneck in Biomass Power Development India is predominantly an agricultural economy. The estimated food grain production in India in 2011-12 is estimated as a little over 250 MT […]
October 18, 2012

Why India’s Power Reforms Fail Green Energy as structural issues of Theft, Fuel and Electoral Carrot unaddressed

The Indian Government has recently come up with some economic reforms in the areas of Subsidies, Aviation, Retail and Power. However most of these reforms are […]
September 15, 2012

Indian Government’s New Hair Brained Scheme

Indian Government’s New Hair Brained Scheme – Export 500 MW of Electricity to Pakistan to build Good Relations India suffers from a huge deficit in power […]
July 10, 2012

Indian Freakonomics – Why the Textile and Furniture Industry has started using Fertilizers

India gives billions of dollars in misdirected subsidies to the fuel and fertilizer sectors which goes into the pockets of middlemen and profiteers. It is a […]
February 28, 2011

Can South Korea use "Green Ships" to Topple China from No.1 Shipbuilder Position

South Korea is one of the biggest shipbuilders with major companies like Daewoo,Hyundai Heavy and Samsung.However its being beaten down by the low cost Chinese companies which are using cheaper capital and lower labor costs to press their advantage.South Korean Shipbuilders have been trying to diversify into offshore wind energy in order to safeguard their revenues.However they face tough competition in this renewable energy sector as well from incumbent wind turbine compaeis as well as Chinese WTG companies like Sinovel,Goldwind and others.Now the South Korean government is helping them with a 300 billion won research fund.This fund will be used to do R&D into building of "Green Ships" which are becoming the new growth segment.