Archive for the ‘IIP’ Category
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28 September 2012
DEHRADUN: Power is essential for facilitating development and a nation like India needs a lot of energy and that too at cheap rates. Presently, power is not available on a large scale from the existing energy sources, said Indian Oil Corporation Limited chairman and managing director RS Butola while addressing the gathering at the Indian Institute of Petroleum in a function organised to mark the 70th foundation day of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) in Dehradun on Thursday.
Addressing the gathering, Butola said that many board members and top officials of the IOCL have undergone training at the IIP. Many of the technologies and products developed in IIP are now used in various refineries across the nation, he added…
14 April 2012
A function was held to commemorate the 52nd Foundation Day of Indian Institute of Petroleum in Dehradun on Saturday and also launched the website of IIP on this occasion. Scientists also expressed their concern over the brain drain and said that India has a huge potential for producing world class scientists.
After congratulating director IIP Dr OP Garg and scientists, ONGC Chairman, Sudhir Vasudeva, said that this is yet another milestone in your quest for excellence in research and development and reiterates your resolve to dedicate yourselves with renewed vigour toward ensuring energy security for our Nation…..
18 January 2012
PANAJI: A successful chemical recycling experiment to convert polyolefin waste, comprising plastic bags and packaging into LPG, gasoline and diesel spells hope for Goa in treating a bulk of its non-biodegradable garbage into a useful resource.
A pilot plant in council of scientific and industrial research-Indian institute of petroleum (CSIR-IIP) Dehra Dun can produce 300g per hour of fuel. “If pulverized waste polymers (plastic) are fed into the plant, gas and liquid fuel comes out,” K N Ponnani, a faculty member in chemical engineering department of Bits Pilani K K Birla Goa campus said……
16 November 2011
DEHRADUN: A team of scientists at the Indian Institute of Petroleum [IIP] here has developed a new technology to convert environmentally-hazardous plastic into petroleum products. After nearly a decade-long experiments, the team of six scientists of IIP led by its Director Madhukar Omkarnath Garg has managed to achieve a breakthrough in developing a “combination of catalysts” which can convert the plastic either into gasoline or diesel or aromatics along with LPG as a common byproduct.
“We believe it is a big achievement of our scientists to produce petroleum products from waste plastics,” IIP spokesman S.K. Sharma said here on Wednesday.
GAIL, which has sponsored the entire project, is also exploring the economic viability of the project in order to produce the petroleum products on mass-scale, scientists said…..
21 January 2011
PUNE: One kg plastic waste can produce 800 ml diesel and 200 ml liquefied petroleum gas. The Indian Institute of Petroleum (IIPL), Dehradun, is working on this project which will be commercialised in 18 months, IIPL director M O Garg said on Thursday.
A memorandum of understanding was signed at the National Chemical Laboratory (NCL) between the institute, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), India, with Southwest Research Institute (SwRI), USA.
The signatories will work on combustion characteristics of future fuels and engine development. Garg said that a demo-unit will be ready in eight months. “At present, data is being collected. The products will confirm to Bharat Stage III and IV norms,” he added……
20 January 2010
SAN ANTONIO–Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) and India’s Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) today signed a three-year Strategic Alliance Agreement in Pune, India, to cooperate in the development of novel technologies in fuels research and engine development projects.
The agreement between SwRI and CSIR, through its Indian Institute of Petroleum Laboratory (IIP), allows for the two research and development organizations to establish a Center of Excellence in “Combustion Characteristics and Emissions of Future Fuels and Engine Development.” The agreement also encourages SwRI to support CSIR/IIP in developing lubricant evaluation facilities, to cooperate with CSIR/IIP on work for Indian clients, to utilize IIP facilities and expertise in projects run by SwRI, to submit joint R&D projects to the INDO-US Forum for Science & Technology and other governmental agencies in India for funding, and to work together to create joint proposals for organizing seminars in India and the United States.
“Engine, vehicle and emissions research and development is growing at a rapid pace in India. Along with increased research in fuels and lubricants required for end use, the strategic alliance with IIP will help accelerate that trend, not only for introduction and use in India, but for potential export,” said Bruce Bykowski, vice president of SwRI’s Engine, Emissions and Vehicle Research Division…..