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  Name: Ramchandra V Nesari  Designation: General Manager (Technical)Complete postal address: Type- V- 5/18 RCF Colony, Chembur, MUMBAI- 400074    Fax no: 022-25522235Email ID rvnesari@hotmail.com , rvnesari@gmail.com  User ID: rvnesari(As per websitewww.energymanagertraining.com) Updated Personal Profile is attached.   ISSUE # 24 An attempt has been made to fill up the available data in the Form 1, Form 2 and Form 3, whichare modified to some extent to have user friendliness and comprehensiveness and also to analyzeand interpret the data on energy consumption Form 1, Table A, 1.   A column for comments with respect to the respective item has been added to get moreinformation regarding energy consumption, which the company would like to add.2.   In case of energy consumption items, quality of liquid fuel used with respect GCV/ NCV maybe desirable. This data can be obtained from suppliers of the fuel.3.   Though the average cost incurred by a company can be calculated on the basis of annual costincurred and quantity of fuel used, it may be useful, if this is given separately to have thetrend in the average cost fuel used for two consecutive years.4.   Use of renewable energy resources in the total energy consumption should be indicatedseparately. This will give better idea about a company switching over to renewable energyresources.5.   More details on product mix such as rated capacity of each product, actual productionachieved during two years under reference, design specific energy consumption, bestachieved energy consumption, actual specific energy consumption for the respective two  years would help in identifying trends, the company’s efforts towards energy conservationand their results. Form 2 In this Table, it may be necessary to indicate the status of energy conservation measures under aseparate column showing whether the scheme is implemented or under implementation withExpected Date of Completion (EDC). Form 3  This Table presents a Executive Summary of appraised Energy Conservation potential asidentified in Energy Auditors Report. In this table, categories have been modified/ expanded toget a clear idea about the energy conservation measures implemented / under implementation.The Category 1 i.e. Good house keeping is subdivided into five subcategories i.e. Reduce steamleakages, steam trap maintenance, insulation maintenance, cleaning of heat exchangers andmiscellaneous measures. A separate category for improvement in operating practices will beuseful in many industries particularly chemical process industry. One more category for energyconservation in chemical process industry i.e. revamping / retrofitting / technology up-gradationneeds to be included. It involves integration of many energy conservation measures, which maynot be effective if implemented individually but yield benefits with their integration..It can be seen that the short term measures are requires less investment and benefits aremaximum. Long term measures are generally capital intensive and have comparatively longerpayback period. However, long term measures are often considered with future benefits withforecast of higher energy cost.  Form - 1Format for Information regarding Total Energy Consumption and EnergyConsumption per Unit of Production Name of the company : XYZ Fertilizers & Chemicals (Fertilizer Sector)Full Address :Contact Person :Email address :Telephone/ Fax numbers :Plant Address : A. Power and Fuel Consumption 2003-04 2004-05 Comments 1.0 Electricity a) Purchased Contract demand, KVA 46000 46000Connected load, kW 86800 86800Annual Consumption, lakh kWh 2463 2592Annual average cost, Rs./kWhTotal Cost, Rs. lakhs 9337 10234 b) Own (Captive ) Generation(i) Through Diesel generator,kWh Annual Generation 0.0 0.0Annual Diesel Consumption, kL 0.0 0.0Average annual cost, Rs./kLTotal Diesel cost (ii) Through Steam turbine/ generator No generation due togas availabilityconstraintAnnual Generation, kWh 0.0 0.0Type of fuel usedAnnual fuel consumption, unit 0.0 0.0Annual average cost of fuel, Rs/ unitAnnual Cost of fuel, Rs. lakhs (iii) Through Gas Turbine Annual Generation, kWh 0.0 0.0Type of Fuel usedAnnual fuel consumption, unit 0.0 0.0Annual average cost of fuel, Rs/ unitAnnual Cost of fuel, Rs. lakhs 0.0 0.0 (iv) Though any other means Annual Generation, kWh   0.0 0.0Energy source,Annual consumption of energy 0.0 0.0  sourceAverage cost of energy source,Rs/ unitAnnual cost of energy source 0.0 0.0 2. Coal Coal GCV, kcal/ kgAnnual consumption, MT 0.0 0.0Avg. cost per MTAnnual cost, Rs. lakhs 0.0 0.0 3. Oil(i) Furnace oil Furnace oil GCV, kcal/ kgAnnual consumption, kL 0.0 0.0Avg. annual cost/ kLAnnual cost, Rs. lakhs 0.0 0.0 (ii) Low Sulphur Heavy stock(LSHS) LSHS GCV, kcal/kgAnnual consumption, kL 0.0 0.0Avg. annual cost/ kL   Annual cost, Rs. lakhs   0.0 0.0 (iii) High sulphur Heavy stock HSHS GCV, kcal/kgAnnual consumption, kL   0.0 0.0Avg. annual cost/ kL   Annual cost, Rs. lakhs   0.0 0.0 4. Diesel oil(i) High speed Diesel, HSDHSD GCV, kcal/kgAnnual consumption, kL   0.0 0.0Avg. annual cost/ kL   Annual cost, Rs. lakhs   0.0 0.0 (ii) Light Diesel oil (LDO) LDO GCV, kcal/kgAnnual consumption, kL   0.0 0.0Avg. annual cost/ kL   Annual cost, Rs. lakhs   0.0 0.0 5. Natural/ associated Gas(i) Compressed natural gas (CNG) GCV, kcal/ NM 3  Annual consumption, NM 3 0.0 0.0Avg. annual cost/ 1000 NM 3  Annual cost, Rs. lakhs   0.0 0.0 (ii) Piped Natural/ associated gas
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