Policy interventions required for growth of Chemicals & Petrochemicals sector

Policy interventions required for growth of Chemicals & Petrochemicals sector
Last Date Jul 31,2015 17:00 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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The objective of the Group is to brainstorm and invite considered views of all stakeholders in Chemicals & Petrochemical sector that include polymers, plastics, synthetic rubber ...

The objective of the Group is to brainstorm and invite considered views of all stakeholders in Chemicals & Petrochemical sector that include polymers, plastics, synthetic rubber basic Chemicals, pesticide, dyes etc. The sector is touching the lives of each and every member of the society. This sector has tremendous potential of growth vis a vis the contribution of this sector in the world economy, especially in the manufacturing sector in developed countries. The sector also offers employment opportunities for a large population.

As the sector is already liberalized, which has also resulted in a rapid increase in imports, there is a need to review this situation and to promote domestic manufacturing by attracting large investments and providing facilitative policy regime. At the same time, sustainability and environment friendliness of the industries in this sector also has to be ensured as an initiative as part of ‘MAKE IN INDIA’ campaign of the new government.

Comments and views are invited from the stakeholder at large.

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Vipin kumar 4 years 5 months ago

By minimizing clerical work, utilization of only effective man power by distinguish non-essential staff.
minimizing transportation cost on fertilizer. By imposing more excise duty on petrol. By transparent procurement of crude oil.

Sandeep Kumar Gupta_6 4 years 11 months ago

Dear Sir,

There are some Govt policies which are the obstacles to adapt the new Technology.

Dr. Chandrashekhar G. Karanjgaokar invent technology which extract the By-product from the Industrial waste.

Latest he invent :- Extract the chemicals from the PTA residue.

Currently IOCL spend so much heavy amount to oxidate the PTA residue through Incinerator.

If IOCL tie up with Dr saab then it will be great benefit to IOCL and Nation.


Sandeep Gupta

paneendra kumar bl 4 years 11 months ago

China has got one big Island in Brunei pulau muara besar more than 1000 hectares but by reclamation they are making it much big. They are building a big refinery through a Chinese company Hengyi refinery, PM should visit Brunei and through ONGC videsh bid for projects and through IOCL we also should take one island and build fertilizer plant.

anurup kar 4 years 12 months ago

sir I am a one plastice Endineer.so could you kindly read this and use technology into india.why netherland use his pattern before us.There is lot of advantage into this type of technology.we can reduce lot of cost mean lot of tender and behind the tender lot of corruption.Its a one time investment.For environmental point of view we can reduce the plastic wastage so we can control global warming.

Suranjan Chaudhuri 5 years 1 day ago

At NCL,Pune, the premiere institute of chemical engineering & sciences, an unfortunate small group of hard-working engineering research fellows are still drawing the paltry unrevised stipend despite stipend has been revised by this govt. All other fellows at NCL are having the enhanced stipend barring these few. Both financially and psychologically this is unacceptable.

AMIT TIWARI 5 years 3 days ago

i am amit Kumar Tiwari.I have 11 years experience in Total Water Management & Petrolium Refnery process management. Present i am associated with Nalco Water india ltd. you are requested to give one opportunity to represent infront of you about company profile.
i have attached short company profile along with this sheet.

Srivathsan R 5 years 1 week ago

In addition to previous posting we have statistics to show that nearly 2,50000 tons of potassium fertilizer can be recycled in India by properly granulating distillery spent wash and marketing the product to sunflower,sugar cane and potato.

Srivathsan R 5 years 1 week ago

An out of box thinking is necessary in this field of import substitution of potassium fertilizers.As a technical person I can confidently say that Potassium sulfate, potassium nitrate which are imported can be made in India at competitive price provided some changes in regulation is done .SME can do the job.

Dibyendu Roy 5 years 1 week ago

Dear Sir,
I have some view related Petroleum sector, the view is not directly petroleum production but it is a service industry related to that. I have made a small feasibility study report related it , please take a look on attachment.

KISURESH 5 years 2 weeks ago

India is rich source of many unique vegetable oils.The programs aimed at using these renewable resources must assume greater importance.This will help agriculture by vague addition, reduce our dependence on petroleum products,livelyhood to farmers, generate new industries.