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Shale Gas Deposit-Diagram

[Environment] Shale Gas: Advantages and limitations as an Energy source

What is Shale Gas? What’re its Advantages? What’re its limitations? What is Shale Gas? Shale gas is natural gas formed from being trapped within shale formations. Shale gas—an “unconventional” source of methane, like coal-bed gas (in coal seams) and tight gas (trapped in rock [...]

[Diplomacy] TAPI Gas pipeline : Meaning, Importance, Significance for India and its neighbours

What is TAPI Pipeline? Route of this piepline What does Turkmenistan gain from this? What does Pakistan Gain? What does Afghanistan Gain? What is in for India? What’re the Obstacles to TAPI pipeline What is the Response of the US to TAPI project? Another [...]

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[Economy] Rangarajan Gas Pricing, Production Sharing Contract (PSC), APM, Non-APM, issues, recommendations

Introduction What is Production Sharing Contract(PSCs) ? Royalty-tax regime Problems faced by Oil/Gas exploration companies CAG-Audit Present Gas Pricing Mechanism 1. Administered Pricing Mechanism (APM) 2. Non-APM Criticism on Rangarajan’s gas pricing Summary points Introduction Rangarajan is a noted economist, ex-Governer of RBI, ex-MP, Chairman [...]

environment gas flaring

[Economic Survey Ch11] Infrastructure (Part 1 of 2): Coal, Gas, Fuel Sharing Agreement (FSA), gas hydrate, oil shale

Prologue Infra India Infrastructure Finance Company Limited (IIFCL) Elasticity of energy use Consumption pattern Energy Pricing Petroleum products pricing Gas pricing Coal Pricing Coal Sector Types of Coal Peat Lignite / Brown coal Bituminous/ Black-Coal Anthracite / hard coal SING-rauli vs reni PSUs [...]

[Location Factors] Natural Gas Refining, Pipelines & Phosphate, Potash, Guano Fertilizer industry

Natural gas refining ONGC Hazira, Gujarat GAIL: Pipelines Reliance KG Basin Fertilizer Industry: Location Mock Questions In the previous article, we saw the geographical factors responsible for the location of Petroleum refinaries & synthetic textile industry. Let’s move to the next topic: Natural gas refining Natural [...]

Geography Mains Answer Shale Gas extraction

[Mains Answerkey] GS1-Geography-2013 (part 3/3): Shale Gas policy, Atomic raw material, Sugar mills, textile decentralization, sample answers with explaination for Resource distribution & location of industries

GSM-1 Geography Answerkey Part 3 of 3 [Energy 1] Shale Gas: Why not priority? (10m) [Energy 2] Atomic Energy (10m) [Location factors 1] Sugar mills southwards (5m) [Location factor 2] Textile Mills Decentralization (5m) Answer #1: Decentralized in terms of Geography Answer #2: [...]

Floating Solar plant

[Energy] DeenDayal GramJyoti, National LED-Program, Synthetic Gas, Floating Solar plants, Agnisumukh LPG

Deendayal Upadhyaya GramJyoti Yojana LED Schemes under Modi-raj Theory CFL vs LED vs Bulb lights? #1: National Program for LED streetlights & home lights #2: DELP: Delhi-wallo LED lelo Yojana Floating solar powerplant Synthetic Gas & CNR Rao Agnisumukh LPG stove Direct sale [...]

Indian Coal Reserves

[Geography Lecture] Indian Geography: Mineral & Energy resources, Nuclear Plants, Gas Pipelines, Iron-Steel & Cement Industries

Prologue G9/P1: Indian Geography: Mines, Minerals and Coal G9/P2: Indian Geography: Petroleum & Gas Reserves & Pipelines G9/P3: Nuclear Energy in India: Uranium, Thorium, Plants & Liabilities G9/P4: Indian Geography: Steel & Cement Industries Prologue These geography lectures are conducted by Ms. Rajtanil at [...]

chemistry periodic table: metal non-metals

[Revision] Chemistry Part-2: Metal, Non-Metal, Metalloid, Liquid, Surface tension, Viscosity, Gas Laws, Periodic Table

Prologue Metals vs. Non-metals vs. Metalloid Liquids: Properties Liquids: Vapour Pressure Liquid: Surface Tension Liquids: Viscosity & Laminar flow Gas: Properties Gas Laws Ideal Gas vs. Real gas Periodic Table Mendeleev’s table: Characteristics Block elements Cation vs Anion Possible MCQs Prologue Continuing on…This article [...]

Explain the semi classical theory of electrical conduction. Or Describe tile Fermi gas model

Ans. The classical free electron gas model have collisions of course, it is better to use quantum physics principles. Rather than the thermal velocity, we should consider the Fermi velocity, which is the quantum velocity roughly analogous to the classical thermal velocity. The Fermi surface [...]

Give analysis of heterostructures by confinement models am! two-dimensional electron gas.

Ans. For analysis of the heterostructure we need to determine the wave function  and wave number kx. The effective potential Ve depends on the longitudinal wave number k1, and serves to modify the potential seen by the electron from V(x) to Ve (x, k) The given energy levels [...]