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ANNUAL REPORT
2009-10
Petroleum Conservation Research Association
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CONTENTS
S. NO.­
ITEM­
PAGE NO.­
1.­
Information on PCRA­
2.­
Members of Governing Body­­4
3.­
Members of Executive Committee­­5
4.­
Members of Screening Committee­­6
5.­
Vision, Mission and Objectives­­7
6.­
Messages­­8
7.­
Preface­­10
8.­
Field Activities ­­12
9.­
Research & Development­­21
10.­
Education Campaign ­­26
11.­
Coordination & Human Resources­­32
12.­
Oil & Gas Conservation Fortnight­­33
13.­
Training­­41
14.­
Hindi Implementation ­­42
15.­
Computerization­­43
16.­
Auditor’s Report ­­44
17.­
Balance Sheet­­45
18.­
Receipt and Payments Account­­46
19.­
Income and Expenditure Account­­47
20.­
Schedule of Fixed Assets­
48
21.­
Schedule 27 - Significant Accounting Policies­
49
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CORPORATE OFFICE
Executive Director
Shri Arun Kumar
Director (I/C)
Shri S P Goel
Director (PS)
Shri A K Goel
Director (C&HR)
Shri R P Prakash
Director (EC)
Shri Kiran Chand
Additional Director (FA / Fin)
Shri Kapil Mathur
Joint Director (R&D)
Shri Ajit Kumar
Corporate Office
Petroleum Conservation Research Association
“Sanrakshan Bhawan”, 10, Bhikaji Cama Place
New Delhi-110 066
Telephone Number (EPABX)
Fax
E-mail
Website
011-26198856
011-26109668
[email protected]
www.pcra.org
Bankers
Corporation Bank
Statutory Auditor
Deepak Bhargava & Associates
9048/1, Ist Floor, Multani Dhanda (Behind PNB),
Paharganj, New Delhi-110 055
Tel. 23555653
REGIONAL OFFICES
Northern Region­
Chief Regional Coordinator (Northern Region)­
Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
“Sanrakshan Bhawan”, 10, Bhikaji Cama Place­, New Delhi-110 066­
Phone : 011-26198856, 26109603 Fax : 011-26109668,
­Email : [email protected]­
Eastern Region­
Chief Regional Coordinator (Eastern Region)
­Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
2, Gariahat Road, Dhakuria,­ 6th Floor, Indian Oil Bhavan­,
Kolkata–700 068
­Phone : 033-24145092, 24145088, Fax : 033-24145091­
Email : [email protected] ­
Western Region­
Chief Regional Coordinator (Western Region)
­Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
C-5, Kesava Building, Gr. Floor, ­Bandra Kurla Complex, ­Bandra (East),
Mumbai-400 051­
Phone : 022-26592587, 26592181 Fax : 022-26590034
­Email : [email protected]­
Southern Region­
Chief Regional Coordinator (Southern Region)
­Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
TMB Mansion, 1st Floor, 739, Anna Salai, Chennai-600 002­
Phone : 044-28524772, 28520417, Fax: 044-28521662
­E-mail: [email protected]­
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Sub-Regional Offices
Ahmedabad­
A-10, Devbhoomi Bungalows, Nr. Basant Bahar, Gala Gymkhana Road,
Bopal, Ahmedabad-380 058
­Mob: 09624041464­, E-mail: [email protected]­
Bangalore­
Flat No. 302, “Kaveri” Apartments, 4th Main Road, G.M. Palya,
New Thippasandra Post, Bangalore–560 075
­Ph: 080-25553130, Mob: 09449767159­,
E-mail: [email protected] ­
Bhopal­
Flat No. 69, Block–5, Green City, Gulmohar, E-8 Arera Colony,
Bhopal–462 011 (MP)
­Ph: 0755-2560029, Mob: 09424491957­, E-mail: [email protected]­
­­­Bhubaneshwar­
Plot No. – N4/182, IRC Village, Nayapalli, Bhubaneshwar–751 015
Ph: 0674-2554420, Mob: 09937555999­,
E-mail: [email protected]­
Plot No. 435/436, Near Municipal Hospital, Old Town,
Bhubaneshwar–751 002­
Mob: 09437013250, ­Email: [email protected]­
Chandigarh­
H.No. 1010, Sector–43 B, Chandigarh.
­Mob: 09780901060­, Email: [email protected] ­
Coimbatore­
Site# 2, Mahalaxmi Garden, Phase-I, Cheran Manager,
Vilankurichi Road, Coimbatore–641 035­
Mob: 09566635533­, Email: [email protected] ­
Cochin­
Flat No. 5A, Skyline Opel Arch, Judges Avenue Road,
Kaloor, Cochin-682 017­
Ph: 0484-2207108, Mob: 09995893186­, E-mail: [email protected]­
Dehradun ­
27, Shakti Enclave , GMS Road, Dehradun-248 001­
Tel: 0135 – 2720296, Mob: 09412054473­, E-mail: [email protected] ­
Guwahati­
Flat No-204, Meghmallar Santoor Apartment, Jayanagar,
6-mile, Guwahati-22, (Assam)­
Ph: 0361-2413165, Mob: 09864508500­, E-mail: [email protected]­­
Jaipur­
G-2, Shanti Niketan Apartment, Plot No. 291, Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur.­
Ph: 0141-2603851, Mob: 09413600452­, E-mail: [email protected]­
Lucknow­
Flat No. 302, Maple Apartments, Dr. Baijnath Road,
Near Post Office, New Hyderabad, Lucknow–226 007
­Ph: 0522-3925172, Mob.: 09415349232­, E-mail: [email protected]­
Nagpur­
402, Kalash Enclave Apartments, Plot No. 260,
Dharampeth Extn. Shivaji Nagar, Nagpur–440 010
­Ph: 0712-2549507, Mob: 09422807686­, E-mail: [email protected]­
Raipur­
H. No. C-310, Rohinipuram, Raipur-492 010 (Chhattisgarh)
­Ph: 0771-2263587, Mob: 09826498087, ­E-mail: [email protected]­
Ranchi­
Flat No.404, Meghdoot Apartment, South Office Para, Doranda,
Ranchi-834 002 (Jharkhand)
­Ph: 0651-2412342, Mob: 09431106004­, E-mail: [email protected]­
Visakhapatnam ­
Flat No. 204, Lakshmi Apartment, Waltair, Uplands,
Facor Layout Visakhapatnam–530 003
­Ph: 0891-2525634, Mob: 09490429352­
E-mail: [email protected]
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Members of Governing Body
(2009-10)
S.­
Name­
Designation ­
Organisation­
No.
Status in Committee­
1­ Sh. R. S. Pandey ­
Secretary ­
Ministry of Petroleum ­
& Natural Gas
Chairman ­
2­ Sh. S. Sundareshan­
Special Secretary­
Ministry of Petroleum ­
& Natural Gas
Member­
3­ Sh. P. K. Sinha­
Addl. Secretary & FA ­ Ministry of Petroleum ­
& Natural Gas
Member­
4­ Sh. L. N. Gupta­
Joint Secretary (R)­
Ministry of Petroleum ­
& Natural Gas
Member­
5­ Sh. Sarthak Behuria­
Chairman­
Indian Oil Corporation Limited­
Member­
6­ Sh. R. S. Sharma­
Chairman & Managing Director­
Oil & Natural Gas Corporation Limited­
Member­
7­ Sh. Arun Balakrishnan­
Chairman & Managing Director­
Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited­
Member­
8­ Sh. Ashok Sinha­
Chairman & Managing Director­
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited­
Member­
9­ Sh. N. M. Borah­
Chairman & Managing Director­
Oil India Limited­
Member­
10­ Sh. B. C. Tripathi­
Chairman & Managing Director­
GAIL (India) Limited­
Member­
11­ Sh. K. Balachandran­
Managing Director­
Chennai Petroleum Corporation Limited­
Member­
12­ Sh. N. C. Vasudevan­
Director General­
National Productivity Council­
Member­
13­ Dr. M. O. Garg­
Director ­
Indian Institute of Petroleum­ Member­
14­ Sh. D. N. Narasimha
Joint Secretary (E)­
Raju­
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas­
15­ Sh. Apurva Chandra­
Joint Secretary (M)­
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas­
16­ Sh. Arun Kumar­
Secretary, OIDB­
Oil Industry & Development Co-opt Member­
Board­
17­ Sh. Saroj Kumar Dash­
Joint Secretary ­
(Transport & Admn)
Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways­
18­ Sh. Atanu Purkayastha­
Joint Secretary ­
Ministry of Agriculture­
(NRM, RFS and M&T)
Co-opt Member­
19­ Sh. R K Dang­
Former Secretary ­­
(Govt. of India)
Co-opt Member­
20­ Sh. Arun Kumar ­
Executive Director­
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Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
Co-opt Member­
Co-opt Member (Since Dec’09)­
Co-opt Member­
Member
Secretary­
Members of Executive Committee
(2009-10)
S.­
Name­
Designation ­
Organisation­
No.
Status in Committee­
1­ Sh. S Sundareshan­
Special Secretary­
Ministry of Petroleum ­
& Natural Gas
Chairman ­
2­ Sh. Arun Kumar­
Secretary, OIDB­
Oil Industry & Development Board­
Member­
3­ Sh. Apurva Chandra­
Joint Secretary (M)­
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas­
(Since Dec’09)­
4­
Sh. Anand Kumar­
Director (R&D)­
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.­
Member­
5­
Sh. G. C. Daga­
Director (Marketing)­
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.­
Member­
6­ Sh. S Roy Choudhury­
Director (Marketing)­
Hindustan Petroleum ­
Corporation Ltd.
Member­
7­ Sh. S Radhakrishnan­
Director (Marketing)­
Bharat Petroleum Corporation­ Member­
Ltd.
National Productivity Council­
8­
Sh. D. Pawan Kumar­
9­ Sh. A. K. Purwaha­
Director (EM)­
Chairman & Engineers India Ltd.­
Managing Director­
Member
Member­
Associate
Member­
10­ Sh. S. K. Srivastava­
Director (Operations)­
Oil India Limited­
Associate Member­
11­ Sh. B. N. Bankapur­
Director (Refineries) ­
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
Associate Member­
12­ Sh. K. Murali­
Director (Refineries) ­
Hindustan Petroleum ­
Corporation Ltd.
Associate Member­
13­ Sh. R. K. Singh­
Director (Refineries) ­
Bharat Petroleum ­
Corporation Ltd.
Associate Member­
14­ Sh. B. C. Tripathi­
Director (Marketing)­
GAIL (India) Ltd.­
­(upto 31st July 2009)
Associate
Member­
15­ Sh. Sudhir Vasudeva­
Director (Off-shore)­
Associate Member­
Oil & Natural Gas ­
Corporation Ltd.
16­ Dr. M. O. Garg­
Director­
Indian Institute of Petroleum­ Associate Member­
17­ Dr. Ajay Mathur­
Director General­
Bureau of Energy Efficiency­
Associate Member­
18­ Dr. Amit Mitra­
Secretary General­
Federation of Indian ­
Associate Chambers of Commerce and Member­
Industry (FICCI)
19­ Sh. D. S. Rawat­
Secretary General­
The Associated Chambers of ­ Associate Commerce and Industry of Member­
India (ASSOCHAM)
20­ Sh. B. D. Ghosh­
Executive Director­
Centre For High Technology­
Associate Member­
21­ Sh. Anand Prakash­
Executive Director­
Association of State Road ­
Transport Undertaking Associate Member­
22­ Sh. Arun Kumar­
Executive Director­
Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
Member Secretary­
5
Members of Screening Committee
S.­
Name­
Designation ­
Organisation­
No.
1.­ Sh. Arun Kumar ­
Secretary, OIDB & ED, Petroleum Conservation PCRA­
Research Association­
Status in Committee­
Chairman­
2.­ Sh. Vivek Kumar­
Director (Refineries)­
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas­
Member­
3.­ Smt. Rashmi Aggarwal­ Director (Distribution)­
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas­
Member­
4.­ Sh. G.M. Bagai ­
Advisor / Scientist “G”­ Ministry of Science ­
& Technology
Member­
5.­ Dr. S.K. Singhal­
Scientist “G”­
Indian Institute of Petroleum­
Member­
Executive Director­
IOC (R&D) Centre­
Member­
7.­ Sh. P.K. Gambhir­
Dy Director General ­
(Tech)
Bureau of Indian Standards­
Member­
8.­ Prof. K.D.P. Nigam­
Deptt. of Chemical Engineering­
Indian Institute of
Technology­
Member­
Director­
Centre for High Technology­
Member­
AGM (R&D)­
Engineers India Ltd.­
Member­
11.­ Sh. Janardan Sharma­
Sr. Manager (R&D)­
Bharat Petroleum ­
Corporation Ltd.
Member­
12.­ Sh. G.P. Gupta­
CEO­
LPG Equipment Research Centre­
Member­
13.­ Sh. Girish Sethi­
The Energy and Resources Institute­
Member­
14.­ Sh. M.K. Chaudhari­
Sr. Dy. Director­
The Automotive Research Association of India­
Member­
15.­ Sh S.P. Goel­
Director (I/C)­
Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
Member­
16.­ Sh. A.K. Goel­
Director (PS)­
Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
Member­
17.­ Sh. Ajit Kumar­
Head (R&D)­
Petroleum Conservation Research Association­
Member
Secretary­
6.­
9.­
Dr. R.K. Malhotra­
Sh. O.P. Raghav­
10.­ Sh. A.K. Vohra­
Director of Energy Environment Technology Division­
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Vision, Mission and Objectives­
Vision

To become a center of excellence for conservation of hydrocarbons & environment protection
for sustainable development on our inherent strength
Mission

Efficient energy utilization and environment protection leading to improvement in quality of
life
Our Objectives

To formulate strategies and promote measures for accelerating conservation of petroleum
products leading to environment protection, energy security and sustainable development.

To create awareness among masses about the importance, benefits and methods of
conserving petroleum products and clean environment by enhancing information and capacity
building.

To promote research, development and deployment efforts aimed at petroleum conservation
and environment protection, support and facilitate efforts for adoption and dissemination of
fuel-efficient technologies and substitution of petroleum products with alternate fuels and
renewable.

To establish synergistic institutional linkages at the national and international levels in the
areas of petroleum conservation and environment protection.

To provide training and technical advisory services, designed to achieve economy and efficiency
in the use of petroleum products for cleaner environment.

To function as a ‘Think Tank’ to the Government of India for proposing policies and strategies
on petroleum conservation and environment protection aimed at reducing excessive dependence
on oil.
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Government of India
Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi- 110 001
Customer Pin Code - 110115
S. SUNDARESHAN
Secretary
Message
Energy is an important input for the socio-economic development of any country. Though
India has 17% of the world population, its known oil and gas reserves are less than 1% of the
global reserves. The Country imports about 80% of its requirement of petroleum products to meet
the increasing demand, resulting in substantial outgo of foreign exchange. The need of the hour
is therefore, to meet the energy demand in an efficient, reliable and sustainable manner while
being sensitive to the concern for environmental protection.
Energy conservation and energy efficiency provide the best and practical solution for
cutting down the Nation’s energy demand which also help in environment protection by reducing
CO2 emission. Energy efficiency investments in buildings, industry and transport usually have short
pay-back periods and negative net abatement costs as the fuel cost savings over the lifetime of
the capital stock often outweigh the additional capital cost of the efficiency measure, even when
future savings are discounted.
Petroleum Conservation Research Association (PCRA) has been proactively working in the
field of conservation and efficient use of petroleum products through its various R&D projects and
Field Activities like Energy Audits, Driver Training Programmes, Technical Workshops and Seminars
etc. PCRA had relaunched the mega media campaign in January 2010 to educate the people on
energy conservation practices possible in their day to day life.
I am sure that the efforts of PCRA shall be useful in the cause of energy conservation
for the nation.
(S. Sundareshan)
Secretary, MOP&NG and Chairman, PCRA
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Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas
Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi- 110 001
Customer Pin Code - 110115
SUDHIR BHARGAVA
Additional Secretary
Message
With the country’s rapid economic growth, the consumption of petroleum products is
growing at a healthy rate of 4.6%. However, the growth in consumption of Petrol and Diesel at
abnormally high rates of 12% and 10.6% respectively are neither sustainable nor desirable in the
long run.
For a country that imports more than 75% of its petroleum requirement, fuel conservation
assumes a critical dimension in the country’s energy security. A drop of fuel saved is a drop of
fuel produced. A strong fuel conservation programme can help us make considerable savings in
our oil import bill. It can also give the country some respite from the highly volatile international
oil prices witnessed in recent years.
Fuel conservation and adoption of fuel efficiency practices are an important part of the
country’s energy planning as well as for protecting the environment. PCRA, which was set up in
1978 has been conducting public awareness campaigns in this regard besides undertaking various
programmes in the industrial, agriculture and transport sectors.
PCRA’s Annual Report for 2009-10 provides a comprehensive picture of the work
undertaken by it in these important areas. I am sure this Report will be well received by different
stakeholders.
(Sudhir Bhargava)
Addl. Secretary, MOP&NG
and Vice-chairman, PCRA
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Petroleum Conservation Research Association
(Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Gas)
Sanrakshan Bhawan, 10, Bhikaji Cama Place,
New Delhi- 110 066
ARUN KUMAR
Additional Secretary, Govt. of India
Secretary, OIDB & ED, PCRA
Preface
India is emerging a major player in the
world economy and international energy market.
Due to rapid economic growth of the country,
India’s oil demand is increasing every year.
The country is however heavily dependent on
import of oil to meet its increasing demand of
energy. There is, therefore imperative need for
efficient utilisation of existing energy resources
and energy conservation in the various sectors
of the economy to bring down dependence on
oil imports.
Transport Sector which accounts for about 50%
of the country’s consumption of petroleum
products, remained major area of focus for PCRA.
During the year 2009-10, PCRA conducted 522
Driver Training Programmes (DTPs) covering
over 12000 drivers and 84 Model Depot Projects
(MDP). In addition to DTPs and MDPs, PCRA
also organised 469 nos. of one-day Transport
Workshops.
During the year, PCRA associated actively with
the Regional/National Industry bodies such
as Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE), GTZCDM India, Federation of Indian Chambers
of Commerce and Industry (FICCI), Society
of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM),
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and
Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), PHD Chamber
of Commerce and Industry (PHDCCI), The
Bombay Textile Research Association (BTRA),
The South India Textile Research Association
(SITRA) in organizing various activities such as
seminars, technical meets, training programmes
on energy conservation and energy audits.
These joint programmes proved very useful
towards addressing effectively the issue of
energy efficiency to the target audience apart
from dissemination of information.
For achieving the above objectives, PCRA
engineers in association with empanelled external
expert agencies reach out to the target groups
with innovative and easy to implement energy
conservation programmes. These activities are
designed to cover a large spectrum of socioeconomic profile of our country in different
sectors of economy viz. Industry, Transport,
Domestic, Agriculture and Commercial.
During the year 2009-10, PCRA conducted
around 700 energy efficiency studies in the
Industrial sector, which include Energy Audits,
Fuel Oil Diagnostic Studies and walk through
audits in various Industry types. The savings
identified through these studies were about
88600 KLOE (about Rs. 266 crores) and the
savings realised through follow up services
(provided to clients where such studies were
conducted in the previous years) was about
34800 KLOE (about Rs. 104 crores).
Research and Development is another major
important activity of PCRA. These activities
provide strong support to PCRA’s energy
conservation efforts by developing energy
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efficient products / processes
to improve energy efficiency.
2009-10, PCRA sponsored 8
different Research Institutes
projects were completed.
and technologies
During the year
new projects to
and 17 nos. of
Human Resources play a crucial role in the
success of any organization. The officers are
periodically exposed to various management
development and functional programmes
according to the training needs identified for
each individual. Presently, PCRA is having a
team of 36 nos. of certified Energy Auditors and
Energy Managers. The successful completion of
various activities of PCRA bears a testimony to
the qualified, competent, dedicated and trained
workforce of the organization.
It has always been the endeavor of PCRA
to sensitize people on the need for energy
conservation in a number of ways. Towards this
end, PCRA undertakes regular mass awareness
and education campaign programmes. During the
year, PCRA launched a mega media campaign
“SAVE FUEL YAANI SAVE MONEY” in New
Delhi to motivate the end users of petroleum
products in various sectors to adopt fuel saving
measures in their day-to-day life.
The unstinted support and guidance provided
by Chairman and Vice-Chairman of PCRA have
been the source of strength to achieve the
desired objectives. I gratefully acknowledge
the help and support extended to PCRA by
the senior executives of Oil Companies for
providing valuable inputs as Members on various
committees of PCRA. The untiring efforts and
dedication of the PCRA officers in completing the
assigned task deserves all the appreciation.
Like previous years, PCRA in association with
Oil Industry observed Oil and Gas Conservation
Fortnight (OGCF) during the period, 15th-31st
January 2010. The State Level Coordinators of Oil
Marketing Companies conducted sector specific
mass awareness activities for conservation of
Oil and Gas. During OGCF’10, PCRA organized
various technical seminars, conferences,
workshops, All India Level Painting Competition
and National / Regional Level Essay Competition
for students of Class-X and above in Hindi,
English and seven regional languages.
(Arun Kumar)
Executive Director, PCRA
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FIELD ACTIVITIES­
activities were accomplished throughout the
country during 2009-10. The following schematic
diagram shows the trend of PCRA activities
carried over the last three years:
No. of Field Activities
­ ield Activities are one of the core areas of PCRA
F
operations. Through Sectoral field activities,
PCRA engineers and its external experts reach
the targeted groups with innovative energy
conservation programmes. These activities are
designed to cover a large spectrum of socialeconomic profile of our country in different
sectors viz. Industry, Transport, Domestic,
Agriculture and Commercial. During 2009-10,
higher targets were fixed so as to accelerate the
programme on conservation. This is reflected in
the total activities carried out by PCRA which
was 18% more than the activities carried out
in 2008-09. Against previous year’s achievement
of 4321 field activities, a total of 5122 field
S. No.­ Activity­
2008-09­
2009-10­
1­
Energy Audit­
213­
354­
2­
Fuel Oil Diagnostic Study­
163­
183­
3­
Service to Small Scale Industry­
119­
170­
4­
Follow-up­
319­
509­
5­
Institutional Training Programme­
445­
349­
6­
Seminar/Technical Meet/Consumer Meet­
92­
105­
7­
Model Depot Project­
109­
84­
8­
Driver Training Programme­
642­
522­
9­
Kisan Mela­
49­
60­
716­
880­
66­
111­
10­Youth Programme­
11­
Exhibition­
12­
Workshop-Industrial ­
248­
298­
13­
Workshop-Transport­
440­
469­
14­
Workshop-Domestic­
343­
608­
15­
Workshop-Agriculture­
357­
420­
Total­
4321­
5122­
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­INDUSTRIAL SECTOR
 Energy Audits
During 2009-10, PCRA conducted 707 energy
efficiency studies in the Industrial sector, which
include Energy Audits (354), Fuel Oil Diagnostic
Studies (183) and walk through audits (170) in
Small-scale industries.

ONGC Varivav Station & Hazira Plant –
2 Nos.

BPCL Ambalamughal, Ernakulam

BPCL Edappalli, Ernakulam

HPCL Retail Outlet, Saidapet

Jatni LPG Plant, Hindustan Petroleum
Corporation Limited

Oil India Limited,
Installations)

Jharsukda LPG Bottling Plant, IOCL

BPCL Installation, Muzaffarpur

HPCL - 2 LPG Bottling Plants

MDPL - 16 Stations

GAIL - 4 Stations
Assam
(Five
BEE Programmes
During the year, PCRA undertook Municipal
Urban Demand Side Management Projects for
the Urban Local Bodies of Vishakhapatnam in
Andhra Pradesh, Mahestala in West Bengal and
at Guwahati, Tinsukia, Jorhat, Rangia, Tezpur,
Dhekiajuli and Rangapara in Assam. In the
SME sector, PCRA has undertaken projects for
the Pali Textile Cluster, Gujarat Dairy Cluster,
Bangalore Machine Tool Cluster and Jorhat Tea
Cluster. The Savings Identified through these
studies were 88605 KLOE (Rs. 266 crores) and
the Savings Realized through follow up studies
provided to clients for whom similar energy
efficiency studies conducted in the previous
years was 34796 KLOE (Rs. 104 crores).
(FO @ Rs. 30000/- per KL).
Gujarat Dairy Cluster – 22 Nos.

Pali Textile Cluster - 24 Nos.

Investment Grade Energy Audit under
Municipal Demand Side Management
(MuDSM) Programme

Jorhat Tea Cluster – 30 nos.
Government Building

CREDA, Office Buildings, Chhattisgarh 15 nos.
UREDA
Some of the prominent Energy Audits
conducted were as under:-
- 8 Buildings

MTNL - 4 Telephone Exchange Buildings

Investment Grade Energy Audit in Government
Buildings - Orissa SDA Project

Aaykar Bhavan, Kolkata
Government Sector
Oil Industry


ONGC Office Buildings, Mehsana, Gujarat –
2 Nos.
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
Water Filter Plant of CREDA, Chhattisgarh
– 8 nos.

Ordnance Factory Khamaria, Jabalpur (MP)

DJB - 11 Pumping Stations

BHEL - Jhansi (Repeat order)

IFFCO, Paradeep

Bihar Renewable Energy Development
Agency
Others
UNICEF
Building, Bhubaneshwar, Orissa

Mother Dairy, Delhi (6th time repeat audit in
plant)

Sandoz (I) Pvt. Ltd, Mahad & Thane,
Maharashtra – 2 Nos.

Energy Efficiency improvement through
Cluster of Rubber Industries

Mother Dairy, Gandhinagar, Gujarat

Power Plant & Utilities of TNPL, Karur

Paper Mill TNPL, Karur

Blast Furnace Unit of KIOCL, Mangalore

Port Facility of KIOCL, Mangalore

Shasun Chemicals, Cuddalore

Super Auto Forge Unit III, Kanchipuram

Swarna Bharati
Visakhapatnam

Museum, Beach Road, Visakhapatnam
Indoor
details of investment required and the benefits
accrued through implementation of the energy
conservation measures.
 Exhibitions
Through participation in National and International
exhibitions, PCRA exhibits its in-house capabilities
and expertise by displaying information about
successful case studies on services provided to
various sectors. PCRA participated in / organized
Stadium,
 Seminars
Technical seminars are an effective tool for
the dissemination of information relating to
advancements made in technologies and
for improvement in operational practices for
improving energy efficiency. In this direction,
PCRA during 2009-10, organized 105 Seminars /
Technical Meets in different parts of the country
for the benefit of specific industrial sectors.
During these seminars, PCRA’s experience of
conducting energy efficiency studies were shared
through case study presentations containing
111 exhibitions during 2009-10. PCRA had put
up a stall on the theme of ‘Energy Conservation’
during the 29th India International Trade Fair in
New Delhi from 14th–27th November 2009. The
stall drew huge crowds.
 Institutional Training Programmes
PCRA’s Institutional Training Programme (ITP)
is an activity primarily meant to share the
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 Driver Training Programme
The main objective of the driver training
programme is to train the drivers and mechanics
on good driving habits and maintenance practices
so as to promote and propagate fuel efficiency.
Through this specially designed Driver Training
Programmes (DTP) for the sector, drivers from
STUs, Army, BSF, Oil companies and private
transporters are imparted training to improve
their driving skills leading to fuel saving.
experience gained by PCRA during industry
audits. These training programmes are targeted
at raising the awareness level of the members
of industry about the conservation opportunities
that can be realized through the energy audit
of their plant. In 2009-10, PCRA conducted
349 Industrial Training Programmes in various
industries.
 Industrial Workshops
PCRA conducted 298 Wokshops covering energy
and fuel saving measures along with screening
of clippings and films on the tips of fuel and
energy saving in industries.
During the year 2009-10, PCRA conducted 522
DTPs and trained 12440 Drivers under it’s driver
training programme taking the total numbers of
drivers trained since 1985-86 to 153918. PCRA’s
Driver Training programme has emerged as one
of the most effective and important tool to
improve KMPL. A large part of the increase in
KMPL of the STU’s and other transport fleets
is due to the efforts of PCRA through constant
interaction and appraisal on adoption of Good
Driving tips.
TRANSPORT SECTOR
The Transport sector accounts for almost 50% of
country’s total petroleum products consumption.
Studies in this area have indicated that a saving
potential of around 20% exists. To realize this
saving potential, PCRA conducts variety of
programmes for STUs, private fleet operators,
organizations in the private & public sector to
promote efficient use of petrol, diesel, lubricants
and greases through better maintenance
practices, better driving habits, model depot
studies, emission awareness programmes,
exhibitions, workshops, clinics etc. all over the
country.
 Model Depot Project (MDP)
Model Depot Project is a unique service provided
by PCRA. This is an integrated programme to
study the existing management, infrastructure
and maintenance practices of the depots and
workshops of STUs and other fleet operators
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 Kisan Melas & Workshops / Clinics
having low Km per litre. The study comprises of
a detailed analysis of all historical records of the
depot and examination of the current condition
of vehicles and making recommendations for
improving the systems with time bound action
plans. During 2009-10, a total of 84 such studies
were carried out.
Through participation in various Kisan Melas, the
scope of energy optimization through adoption
of proper techniques pertaining to the respective
agro climatic zone is conveyed. The stalls are
put up at Kisan Melas and printed leaflets for
spreading the message of energy conservation
are distributed. PCRA’s developed films for
agriculture sector are also shown on energy
conservation in those Melas / workshops. During
2009-10, a total 60 nos. of such activities were
carried out.
 One-Day Transport Workshop
This workshop is to bridge the considerable
information gap amongst drivers and mechanics
regarding proper operational and maintenance
practices for achieving optimum fuel consumption.
During 2009-10, 469 nos. of such workshops
were organized in four regions through
empanelled external faculties and PCRA’s field
engineers. Audio visual aids and PCRA’s printed
material are used to train the drivers and
mechanics properly and upgrade their awareness
level about good driving practices.
 Association with State Institute of Rural
Development (SIRD)
AGRICULTURE SECTOR
PCRA took a promising initiative during
2006-07 of reaching the vast rural masses,
through integration of its educational activities
with the structured programmes of State Institute
of Rural Development (SIRD) in different states
across the country.
PCRA’s efforts in agriculture sector focuses on
van publicity, workshops on Bio Diesel, kisan
melas and exhibitions. During the year, PCRA
participated in 60 kisan melas and conducted 420
workshops where clippings and films produced
by PCRA about the tips on fuel saving and
demonstration of ISI mark, foot valve, Bio-diesel
were shown.
During 2009-10, these programmes were
continued with the respective SIRDs and efforts
for contacting more SIRDs and introducing the
PCRA module on energy conservation in their
regular training programme conducted for the
State Government functionaries, were made.
In addition collaboration with some SIRDs
for developing a gallery of PCRA poster and
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on topics related to energy conservation. PCRA
aims to make young minds understand the
issue of energy conservation and motivate
them to apply and promote the cause of oil
conservation into their widening spheres of
domestic and professional lives. During the year,
PCRA organized 880 nos. of youth programmes
in various schools, colleges and institutions
within the country.
literature and display of conservation messages
through glow signboards were also taken up.
PCRA capsule of around 2 hours duration, that
includes presentation, films, demonstration etc.
is designed to suit the profile of the participants,
that include District, Block, Mandal & Panchayat
level officers, SHGs, Youth, Women, Students etc.
During the year, PCRA has networked with SIRDs
throughout the country, the results of which will
be visible in the coming years. Programmes are
scheduled to commence in the coming year in
SIRD Sikkim, Assam, Meghalaya, Orissa, Pune,
Raipur, Jabalpur and Ahmedabad.
NETWORKING
 International Networking
As part of Government of India’s initiative
for cooperation with Japan in the field of oil
& gas, PCRA executed an MoU with “The
Energy Conservation Center Japan (ECCJ)” on
28th June 2006 in New Delhi. The validity of the
MoU, which was expiring on 27.06.2009, was
further extended till 27.06.2010 for continuing
the co-operation during 2009-10.
DOMESTIC SECTOR
The focus of PCRA activities during the year was
on educating women on better cooking habits
aimed at conservation of LPG and kerosene, use
of fuel-efficient stoves and lighting appliances,
use of alternative sources of energy such as
solar, bio-gas etc. This was supplemented
through screening of PCRA produced films. PCRA
conducted 608 nos. of awareness workshops
during 2009-10.
(i) Training on Energy Conservation
Technologies was provided to 20 Indian
delegates in Japan from 6 th to 18 th
September 2009. The delegates comprised
members from PCRA, Oil sector, Iron & Steel
Industry and Pulp & Paper Industry.
 Youth Programmes
PCRA organizes a variety of programmes for
youth by approaching schools. These constitute
quiz, essay, debate and the painting competitions
(ii) Two technical experts from ECCJ presented
the Japanese approach to the energy
efficiency in Iron & Steel sector at the
international seminar organized by PCRA
in Kolkata on 1st and 2nd May 2009. The
programme also included joint visits by
PCRA and the Japanese team to industries
located in and around Kolkata from 3rd to
5th May 2009.
(iii) A Two-week long interactive workshop
cum energy audit involving members
from Japanese Textile Industry and
Indian counterparts led by a PCRA Team
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PCRA and GTZ-CDM India entered into an
MoU on 17th December 2009 to provide joint
consultancy services for Integrated Energy
Efficiency Improvement and Clean Development
Mechanism (CDM) Projects to the Indian
Hydrocarbon Industry and other SME Clusters
and large industries. The vast experience of the
joint PCRA – GTZ team in various segments
of Indian industry can help the industries to
identify as well as undertake Energy Efficiency
based CDM projects.
to develop Energy Audit Manual was
organized in Delhi. During the workshop,
visits to industries located at Kosi and
Ghaziabad were organised from 17th to
27th Nov’2009.
(iv) ECCJ invited PCRA to participate in The
Fourth Workshop On Energy Conservation
Collaboration for East Asia (4th ECC-WS)
held in Tokyo from 9th to 11th February
2010. A three member PCRA team
participated in the same with presentations
on successful Energy Audit case studies.
 All India Level Painting Competition
organized in Association with National
Council of Science Museums
 Domestic Networking
During the year, PCRA associated actively with
the Regional/National Industry bodies such as
BEE, GTZ, FICCI, SIAM, ASSOCHAM, PHDCCI,
BTRA, SITRA etc. to carry out jointly the
activities such as seminars, technical meets,
training programmes and energy audits. These
joint programmes proved very useful towards
addressing effectively the issue of energy
efficiency to the target audience. PCRA and
GTZ-CDM India has also entered into an
MoU on 17th December 2009 to provide joint
consultancy services for Integrated Energy
Efficiency Improvement and Clean Development
Mechanism (CDM) Projects to the Indian
Hydrocarbon Industry and other SME Clusters
and large industries.
PCRA, in association with the National Council of
Science Museums organized Painting competitions
at 25 Science Centres spread across the nation
for students from Class VI to Class IX with
participation of 3800 students. Three prizes were
given to the winners at each Science Centre.
The award winning paintings from each Centre
were evaluated and the All India Prizes to the
three best paintings were given during Oil &
Gas Conservation Fortnight 2010.
NEW INITIATIVES
 Clean
­­­
Development Mechanism (CDM)
Activity
Ms. Swati Tanwar, Student of Class VII, Blue Bell Public
School, Gurgaon received the First Prize for All India Level
Painting Competition during OGCF’10 in New Delhi
PCRA has opened a CDM Desk to assist industries
& organizations and to address global climate
change issues by undertaking CDM projects
emanating out of the Energy Efficiency studies
conducted either by PCRA or other Energy
Auditing company. To achieve the objectives,
 Mega Events

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PCRA, WR joining hands with Lokmat
Group conducted awareness programmes on
Energy Conservation amongst the youth in
wherein about 200 college students from
various states in association with Nehru Yuva
Kendra participated.
17 Colleges in Aug-Sep’09 with wide media
coverage in Mumbai Lokmat daily newspaper
and web sites.

External faculty meet in Northern Region was
held on 9th October 2009 in which around 35
faculties participated from all the states of
northern region. This meet was an initiative
to “Train The Trainers” and to develop and
encourage the confidence of all such external
faculties involved in organizing PCRA activities
in different sectors. NR officers and SROs
made the presentations on the methodology
of conducting PCRA activities.

Mega Painting competition on 05.12.2009 on
theme “SAVE FUEL YAANI SAVE MONEY”
by 202 School students at Raman Science
Center, Nagpur (Maharashtra).

National Level Painting Competition for about
200 school children in association with Goa
Science Center, Goa (Under National Council
of Science Museum) on 10.12.2009.

National Level Painting Competition for
about 150 school children in association
with Nehru Science Center, Mumbai (Under
National Council of Science Museum) on
10.12.2009.

4 nos. full day Technical Meets were
conducted in Dec’09-Jan’10, each at 4
places across Maharashtra i.e. Thane, Navi
Mumbai, Nasik and Goa in association
with respective Industry associations. The
meet catered huge participation from top
& middle management level from various
industries with Inauguration at each places
by respective association Chairman/ President
in presence of CRC & RC of WR. Through
the meets, WR got many requests from
industries for other programmes such as
FODs, SSI & Industrial workshops.

Walkathon Rally held on 26.01.2010 at Goa
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
Unique way of disseminating “SAVE FUEL
YAANI SAVE MONEY” theme by organizing
Puppet Show at 25 nos. Retail outlets
of IOCL, HPCL & BPCL at Nagpur from
26.01.2010 to 31.01.2010. About 3150
nos. of visitors benefited from the shows
at various places.

PCRA, WR in association with 700 nos. NSS
volunteers propagated the fuel conservation
message on 15.01.2010 at Nasik, motivating
the motorists to stop their engines at red
signals at 10 prominent traffic intersections
across the city. Event was extensively covered
in local news papers & Sahyadri Doordarshan
channel.

Seminar on petroleum conservation through
Solar Tunnel Drying System was
organized on 20th July 2009 at college of
Dairy & Food Science Technology, Maharana
Pratap University, Udaipur. Prof. S S Chahal,
Vice Chancellor of the university, inaugurated
the seminar. Shri P K Motwani, Addl. Director
& CRC (NR) gave the keynote address in
the seminar. The project was sponsored by
PCRA (R&D) and successfully completed.
The seminar was beneficial for drawing of
agricultural and industrial products on large
scale through solar tunnel dryer (STD). The
aim of the seminar was to disseminate the
outcome of the project to create awareness
amongst the industrialist in Rajasthan.

Organized a seminar on Energy Conservation
on 27.01.2010 at Madgaon, Goa wherein
about 150 nos. of participants from NGOs/
Mahila Mandal attended the seminar.

Mega Walkathon Rally was organized on
29.01.2010 during OGCF’10, which was
Bank for International Cooperation, Japan,
Eclipse (Suzhon) China, Senior Officials from IIP
Dehradun, ARAI Pune, BIS, IOC, BPC, HPC, CSIR
Labs, LERC Bangalore, Professors & students
from IITs & Regional Engineering Colleges, Large
numbers of individuals from Private, Defence
& Government sectors. Wide publicity has also
been given to Conservation Technology Centre
through press and media.
participated by 250 students from 7 Nos.
Arts, Science & Commerce colleges from
Mumbai. Rally covered most of the prominent
areas of Mumbai like Churchgate, Fort, MG
Road, CST etc.

Mass Rally by 200 Nos. School Students
on Energy Conservation & Sustainable
Development on 29.01.2010 at Uran (Raigad,
Maharashtra).
 Cooperation Between PCRA & BEE (Star
Rating of Fuel Based Appliances)
 Conservation Technology Centre
Conservation Technology Centre (CTC) was
inaugurated in February 2008 at Petroleum
Conservation Research Association, Sanrakshan
Bhawan, New Delhi. The Conservation Technology
Centre is a state-of-the-art permanent display
center for energy efficient products and
technologies. The Conservation Technology
Centre has been set up to fill up the gap of
effective information dissemination on energy
efficient products and technologies for general
public. Apart from products, the Conservation
Technology Centre is also intended to be a
nodal point for exposition of energy efficient
technologies, both in nascent and in different
stages of development. Conservation Technology
Center has been attracting large number of
visitors. Some of the important National /
International visitors are - Chinese delegation
led by Director, Southwest China Investment
Promotion Agency (SCIPA) along with Federation
of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry
(FICCI) and UNIDO Centre for South–South
Industrial Cooperation (UCSSIC), Senior IAS
officers from Central / State Government
Ministries, Director General, Bureau of Energy
Efficiency, Johnson controls, Hong Kong, The
Energy Conservation Center, Japan, Director
General, International Bureau, Japan, Japan
Bureau of Energy Efficiency, in cooperation with
Petroleum Conservation Research Association
initiated the study for evaluating the thermal
efficiency of the LPG stoves available in the
market to prepare the Energy consumption
Standards and Labels for LPG stoves.
LPG Stove samples consisting of single, double
and four burners categories with ISI and Non
ISI marked were purchased from the market
for the above purpose. The thermal efficiency
test was conducted in the BIS, NABL accredited
laboratory. Discussions with manufacturers
and other stakeholders were held in Technical
committee meeting held in BEE office. Based
on the discussions, a schedule for LPG stoves,
based on the star rating concept of BEE has
been made.
BEE has started the Voluntary Labelling
Programme for LPG Stoves. The programme
details, including the schedule have been hosted
at BEE website under e-filling.
BEE and PCRA are now working on preparation
of the Energy consumption Standards and Labels
for other fuel based appliances like Diesel
Generating Sets, Diesel Driven Irrigation Pump
sets etc.
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RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT­
­ esearch & Development is an important
R
activity of PCRA. The R&D activities provide
strong support to PCRA’s energy conservation
efforts aiming at the development of new
products, processes and technologies which
have the potential to contribute to energy
saving, environmental quality, energy security
and sustainable development.
The Indian industry is highly energy intensive.
About 48% of the total commercial energy
production in India is consumed by the industrial
sector. There is a scope of saving of 15-20%
in this sector that would result in saving of 4%
in over all energy consumption. Hence a thrust
needs to be given for application of energy
efficient processes in energy intensive industrial
clusters like Leather, Cold Storage, Foundries and
Textile etc. The methodologies adopted are:

Identify the energy intensive industrial
clusters

Tie-up with engineering institutes along with
the industry representatives for identifying
felt need/ designing of prototypes for energy
efficient processes for the industry.

Promote the developed prototype for
replication with the help of industry
associations.

Promote research in various aspects of
conservation in conjunction with IITs, NITs,
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research
(CSIR) labs etc.
Dissemination of researched projects details
and its economic benefit to similar industries
through seminars / workshops with the help
of industrial associations.

Wide publicity / Networking with industrial
association, IITs, Research Institutes for
proposal of energy efficient projects’
promotion.

SPONSORSHIP OF R&D PROJECTS
PCRA invites Research and Development projects
from prestigious Research Institutions, Technical
Institutions, CSIR Laboratories, IITs, Universities,
IIP, DST approved Research Institutions etc.
primarily aimed at petroleum conservation and
environmental protection through development
of fuel efficient technologies, processes,
equipments, appliances etc. in different sectors
of economy viz. industry, transport, agriculture
and domestic. On successful completion of
R&D projects, PCRA helps in replicating the
technologies, processes, equipments, appliances
etc. through technology transfer to interested
entrepreneurs.
The detailed information about the project
proposals is submitted by various Research
Institutions and Project Developer through filled
in standard questionnaire and they provide
information about earlier work done on the
project. PCRA also assists the project developers
to prepare a sound project proposal.
The project proposals are reviewed by Screening
Committee of PCRA, which is chaired by
Executive Director of PCRA and has members
from MOP&NG, Ministry of Science & Technology,
Indian Institute of Petroleum, Bureau of Indian
Standards, Indian Institute of Technology,
Centre for High Technology, Engineers India Ltd,
IOC(R&D), Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd,
 ­­INITIATIVES TAKEN


Promotion of industrial projects (SMEs)
where energy saving potential is high
and implementation feasible on replication
basis to maximize energy saving for the
nation.
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LPG Equipment Research Centre, The Energy and
Resource Institute and The Automotive Research
Association of India. The project developers
make detailed presentation about their project
proposals to the Screening Committee of
PCRA during its meetings. If the project has
potential for saving of petroleum products/
reduction in environment pollution, the Screening
Committee accord technical approval to the
R&D project.
developer submits a draft project report.
Screening Committee of PCRA reviews the same
and their comments are conveyed to project
developer for incorporating the same in the final
project report. The final project report is again
reviewed/approved by Screening Committee of
PCRA.
The pay back period of R&D projects are
between one to two years. The project
titled “Installation of Energy Efficient
and Environmentally Sound Cook Stoves
in Rural Area” has been implemented in
73 villages (Total nos. of Improved Cook
Stoves installed- 4141). Savings realized
due to R&D activities is to the tune of
2417 KLOE.
The project developer is required to submit
the progress reports along with expenditure
statements. PCRA official also occasionally visit
the labs to monitor the progress of the various
projects.
After completion of the project, the project

­R&D Performance
FY : 2009 - 10­
S.
­­­­­
Particulars­
No. of Cost to PCRA ­ Share by Industry/
No.
Projects­ (Rs. in lakhs)
Institution­
(Rs. in lakhs)­
1­ Projects awarded during the year* ­
(Annexure-I)
8­
121­­
98­
2­ Projects completed during the year* ­
(Annexure-II)
17­
196­­
8­­
* These projects were approved in 67th and 68th Screening committee meetings held on 06.05.2009 & 04.09.2009 respectively.
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Annexure-I
List of New Projects Approved during 2009-10
S. No.
Project­
Research Organization­
(Rs. in lakhs)
1­
Evolving Schemes of Waste Heat Recovery cum Fume Control & Improve Safety System for
Secondary Steel Melting Induction
Furnace to Achieve Resource
Conservation and Improve
Work Environment ­
FICCI, Delhi.­
25­
20­
2­
Accelerating Replications of Energy Efficient and Environment Friendly Technologies (Biomass
Gasifier) for Thermal Applications
in Guar-Gum Units at Jodhpur.­
TERI, Delhi­
33.73­
45­
3­
Development of Solar Concentrator ­MPUAT, ­
Prototype for Industrial Application Udaipur.
9.5­
1.5­
4­
Installation of Energy Efficient MPUAT, Improved Biomass Cook Stoves ­Udaipur­
18.28­
4.5­
5­
Popularizing SVO Technology MPUAT, among the Farmers, Entrepreneurs Udaipur­
and Other Users for Use of
Vegetable Oil and Biodiesel as
Fuel Extender in Diesel Engines ­
15.89­
3.75­
6­
Identification of High Oil Yielding Jatropha Plants and in Vitro Scaling up of Selected Lines for Increased Bio-Diesel Production ­
Dayalbagh Educational
Institute,
Agra­
7.50­
9­
Netaji Subhas Institute of
Technology,
New Delhi­
5.10­
10.4­
IIT, Roorkee­
6.32­
3.5­
121.32­
97.65­
7­
Development of a Solar Powered Vehicle ­
8­
Enhanced Nutrient Removal under Shock Loads through Integrated Upflow Anaerobic
Sludge Blanket (UASB) and
Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR)
System for Sewage Treatment &
Reuse ­
­
TOTAL­­
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Cost to ­
Share by industry/
PCRA ­
institution
(Rs. in lakhs)­
Annexure-II
List of Completed Projects during 2009-10
S. o­.
N
Project­
Research Organization­
(Rs. in lakhs)
1­
Feasibility Study for Improvement in Energy Efficiency of Oil Fired
Tunnel Kiln for Refractory Industry ­
SAIL, Ranchi­
3.65­
-­
2­
Study on Eco Energy use Pattern and Identification of Energy
Conservation Opportunities in
Agriculture Sector in the Context
of Rajasthan.­
MPUAT, Udaipur­
0.75­
-­
3­
Installation of Energy Efficient and Environmentally Sound Cook Stoves
in Rural Area.­
MPUAT, Udaipur­
16.94­
-­
4­Utilization of Waste Cooking Oil / Restaurant Grease for the Production
of Biodiesel ­
IIP, Dehradun­
22.5­
-­
5­
Studies on Different Models of Two Wheelers, Cars, MUVs and LCVs for
Fuel Efficiency ­
IIP, Dehradun­
19.1­
-­
6­
Study on Diesel Buses for Evaluation of Fuel Efficiency at Different Speeds ­
IIP, Dehradun­
6­
-­
7­
Development of Methodology for Measurement of CNG Consumption
on Board CNG Bus ­
IIP, Dehradun­
6.3­
-­
IIT, Delhi­
27.24­
-­
8­ Catalytic Incineration of Industrial Liquid Waste With Energy Recovery
Using Fluidized Bed Incinerator ­
Cost to ­
Share by industry/
PCRA ­
institution
(Rs. in lakhs)­
9­
Design and Development of a Low Emission LPG Burner ­
IIT, Kanpur­
11.34­
-­
10­
Development of Non-Edible Bio Oil Based Stove for Cooking in
Rural Areas ­
TERI, Bangalore­
3.91­
-­
11­
Pilot Plantation of Jatropha, Establishment of a Bio-Diesel Production Unit and Demonstration on Automotive And Agriculture CI Engines ­
Dayalbagh ­
Education
Institute,
Agra.
8.4­
-­
1.58­
-­
12­ Compact Tanning and Post Tanning System.­
Government College of
Engineering and
Leather Technology,
Kolkata­
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S. No.­
Project­
Research Cost to ­
Share by industry/
Organization­
PCRA ­
institution
(Rs. in lakhs) (Rs. in lakhs)­
13­
Study on Performance Enhancement of Diesel Engines Operating on
Biodiesel & Vegetable Oils for on
Farm Applications ­
MPUAT, Udaipur.­
17.6­
-­
14­
Development & Process Optimization of a Medium Capacity State of
Art Biodiesel Processing Unit ­
DCE, Delhi.­
14.95­
-­
15­
Studies on Non-Edible Bio Oil (SVOs) as Fuel for Durability and Fuel
Economy ­
IIP, Dehradun.­
13.31­
-­
16­
Studies On Use of Biodiesel IIP, Dehradun.­
(B - 100) in an Automotive Diesel
Engine for Performance and Emissions ­
13.58­
-­
17­
Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) and Sequencing Batch Reactor
(SBR) System for Sewage Treatment
& Reuse ­
9.25­
8­
­­
TOTAL­­ ­
196.4­
8­
IIT, Roorkee.­
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EDUCATION CAMPAIGN­
­ he year 2009-10 has been a memorable year
T
for PCRA. It has been so on account of launching
of mass awareness campaign for conservation
of petroleum products. The campaign titled
‘SAVE FUEL YAANI SAVE MONEY’ created
an indelible impression amongst the petroleum
consumers all across the country to adopt fuelefficient practices.
The campaign received laurels and accolades
from national and international organisations.
PCRA Campaign won the Prestigious Bronze
Award under the category of ”Most Effective Use
of Eco/Green Marketing” at the Asian Marketing
Effectiveness (AME) Festival held at Shanghai
in March 2010.
Senior PCRA officials seen with the tropy “Viewers’
Choice Award” for the TV Ad “Traffic Light” at prestigious
Vatavaran Film Festival 2009.
conferred by Public Relation Society of India
(PRSI). ­The famous ‘Brand Equity’ supplement
of Economic Times, in its December 2009 edition
declared PCRA Radio Ads as the second most
successful brands amongst all advertisers on
Television advertisement ‘Traffic Light’ won
the Viewers’ Choice Award in the prestigious
CMS (Center for Media Studies) Vatavaran Film
Festival in October 2009. The film also topped
the list in an independent survey carried out to
determine the best TV Ad amongst all television
ads on Indian TV channels. In the same survey,
another TV Ad of PCRA ‘Pump’ was ranked 4th
out of top 10. ‘Traffic Light’ Ad was also adjudged
The Ad of the Week by Deccan Chronicle, a
leading daily of Southern India.
PCRA Campaign ‘SAVE FUEL YAANI SAVE
MONEY’ also won the ‘Best Media Awareness
Campaign’ Award throughout India in 2009
PCRA officials seen with the trophy “Best Media Campaign
Award” conferred by PRSI to PCRA for its campaign “SAVE
FUEL YAANI SAVE MONEY”
Glimpse of gathering at prestigious Asia Pacific AME 2010 Award Function held in Shanghai where PCRA Campaign
won the Bronze Award under the category of ‘Most Effective use of Eco/Green Marketing'
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Radio across the nation during the period of
January – Sept’09.
 S econd
P hase of P C R A
Nationwide Mass Awareness
Campaign
The research findings of impact assessment
survey of the first phase of PCRA campaign
‘SAVE FUEL YAANI SAVE MONEY’ revealed
that the campaign could lead to a savings in
the range of 1.3% to 14.3% of petroleum
products in the country varying from region to
region and from sector to sector if the media
campaign is sustained. The survey also revealed
that it is essential to maintain a continuous
communication to the target group to reinforce
the learning and bring in behavioural change in
the minds of users. With the above backdrop,
PCRA launched the second phase of campaign
during 2009-10 to motivate the end users of
petroleum products in various sectors to adopt
fuel-saving measures in their day-to-day life. The
campaign was launched on three conventional
media of communication, viz. Television, Print
and Radio throughout the nation and was run
from 19th January 2010 to 31st March 2010 using
edit versions (smaller duration/size) of original
creatives as per industry norms. The number of
advertisements and channels / newspapers on
all three media increased considerably during
second phase vis-à-vis first phase. On television,
three creatives were run on 56 channels 23,224
times in the second phase vis-à-vis 30 channels
14,591 times in the first phase. On Print media,
six creatives were displayed 5,136 times on 1,674
newspapers in second phase vis-à-vis 854 times
on 218 newspapers in the first phase. On Radio,
five creatives were broadcast 82,997 times on
153 channels in second phase vis-à-vis 28,982
times on 56 channels in the first phase.
Clipping of TV Ad “Traffic Light” with the storyline of father
& son duo with 'car engine on' at a red signal.
genres, viz. News, General Entertainment,
Business, Infotainment and Regional Channels in
Hindi and 9 regional languages viz. Assamese,
Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi,
Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu. Prominent TV
channels amongst these were: TV Channels Covered during 2nd Phase
­ n TV, ads were run on Doordarshan and
O
satellite TV channels spreading over various
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Colours­
NDTV 24x7­
Star Plus­
Times Now­
Zee TV­
CNN-IBN­
NDTV Imagine­
Headlines Today­
Sony TV­
Aaj Tak­
DD­
India TV­
Star One­
Star News­
OTV­
Zee Bangla­
Discovery­
CNBC Awaaz­
NGC­
NDTV India­
Fox History­
Zee News­
Sun TV­
IBN 7­
Gemini TV­
Sahara Samay­
News Live­
NDTV Profit­
ETV Gujarati­
CNBC TV 18­
Zee Marathi­
Zee Business­
Radio channels covered during the campaign
were as follows:
On Print, ads were displayed all over India
in Hindi, English and 20 Regional languages,
viz. Assamese, Bengali, Bodo, Dogri, Gujarati,
Kannada, Khasi, Konkani, Malayalam, Manipuri,
Marathi, Mizo, Naga, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi,
Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu and Urdu. Prominent
newspapers covered during the campaign were
as follows:
Newspapers covered during 2
nd
Radio Channels cover during 2nd Phase
Phase
Radio Mirchi­
My FM­
Red FM­
Radio One­
Radio City­
AIR Gold­
AIR Rainbow­
AIR Primary­
Suryan FM­
Meow FM­
Hindustan Times­
Hindustan Hindi­
Fever 104­
Big FM­
Malayala Manorama­
Dainik Jagran­
Power FM­
Amar FM­
The Tribune­
Dainik Bhaskar­
The Hindu­
Amar Ujala­
Bartaman­
Nai Duniya­
Sanbad Pratidin­
Deccan Chronicle­
Sakal­
Navbharat­
Deccan Herald­
Anand Bazar Patrika­
Lokmat­
Raj Express­
Sentinel­
Aji­
Divya Bhaskar­
Times of India­
Indian Express­
The Telegraph­
Punjab Kesri­
Rajasthan Patrika­
Vaartha­
Thanthi­
Sakshi­
Jagbani­
Andhra Jyoti­
Hari Bhoomi­
Prajavani­
Mathrubhumi­
Dharitree­
Prabhat Khabar­
Samaya­
Punyanagari­
Ajit­­
On Radio, ads were broadcast all over India in
Hindi and 10 Regional languages, viz. Assamese,
Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi,
Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil and Telugu. Prominent
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­Print Creatives displayed in 2nd Phase
Radio Creatives broadcast in 2nd Phase
Title
Target
Group
Subject
Title
Target
Group
Subject
Car
Owner
Ad
Car Owners
Drive at 45-50 kmph to
cut your petrol & Diesel
bills by 20%
Dhakkan
Housewives
Save 20% LPG
by using lid while
cooking.
Car
Pooling
Ad
Car Owners
To reduce your fuel bills
by 50%, all you have to
do is join a car pool.
Red
Signal
Car Owners
Switch off engine at
traffic red lights to
save 20% fuel.
LPG Ad
Housewives
Simply by using a lid and
pressure cooker while
cooking, you can cut
your LPG bills by 20%.
Office
Car Owners
Join a car pool to
save 50% on your
fuel bills.
Industry
Ad
Industrialists
An Energy Audit in your
factory can cut your fuel
bills by 20%. Seriously!
Kabab
Truck/Bus
Drivers
Drive at 45 kmph and
save 20% diesel
Ramesh
Farmers
Load your tractor as
per its capacity and
Keep your engine
clean to save 20%
diesel.
Truck
Driver
Ad
Truck
Drivers
Yeh sach hei ki truck,
bus ko 40-45 kmph
chalane se aap 20% fuel
bacha sakete hei.
TV Creatives telecast in 2nd Phase
Title
Traffic
Light
Target
Group
Car Owners
Home
Housewives
Pump
Car Owners
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Message
Outdoor Publicity
PCRA increased its outdoor advertising during
the year 2009-10 in order to maximize its
visibility following the mega media campaign
throughout the nation. Against a total of 16
Save Petrol/Diesel at
Traffic Red Lights by
switching off engine.
Save LPG by using
pressure cooker and
using lid while cooking.
Save Petrol/Diesel by
running cars at 45-50
kmph and switching
off engine at traffic red
lights.
PCRA Outdoor Hoarding on diesel saving put up at various
strategic locations all across the nation
cities/towns in 2008-09, the number was
increased to 200 in 2009-10. The states covered
during 2009-10 were Delhi, Punjab, Haryana,
Rajasthan, Uttaranchal, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat,
Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Goa, Karnataka,
Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand,
Clipping of TV Ad “Home” with the storyline of daughterin-law and mother-in-law both claiming their rights to
the savings on LPG
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Orissa, West Bengal, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh,
Nagaland, Manipur and Meghalaya. The
campaign was run effectively through various
effective outdoor media viz. Hoarding, Bus Queue
Shelter, Train Coach Panel, Metro Panel, Bus
Panel, Auto back Panel Unipole, Display Board,
LED Display Board, Pole Kiosk, Utility etc. For
the first time, PCRA increased the number of
cities/towns manifold on outdoor publicity.
lCar Free Day at Carter Road, Mumbai:
PCRA joined hands with KBS Foundation, Mumbai
to organize a Car Free Day at Carter Road,
Bandra (W), Mumbai on 21st February 2010
to generate public awareness on urgency of
conservation of petroleum fuel and spur civic
societies in other parts of the country to create
a national movement on conservation of this
Ground Activity
lIntersection Activity at Madhuban
Chowk, Delhi: PCRA, during 2009-10, undertook
a successful ground activity jointly with IEEE
(Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers)
at Madhuban Chowk, Delhi in September 2009
to educate masses about the potential of saving
petroleum fuel at traffic red signal by switching
off engine and by following other simple tips
like driving at 45-50 kmph. PCRA officials along
Participants seen taking part in the event ‘Car Free Day’
celebtrated at Carter Road, Bandra (W), Mumbai organized
jointly by PCRA and KBS Foundation, Mumbai on 21st
February 2010 to promote petroleum conservation in
the city.
precious fossil fuel. The entire 2.5 KM stretch of
Carter Road with fascinating ambience of Arabian
Sea Coast had attracted people from all hues,
Young & Old, Athletes & Musicians, Tiny Tots &
Teenagers. The iconic presence of Salman Khan
and Priya Dutt, Mumbai Parliamentarian made
the event more colourful.
File pictures of PCRA’s Intersection Activity at Madhuban
Chowk, Delhi to promote switching off engine at traffic
red lights and save fuel.
Exhibition
PCRA participated in India International Trade
Fair 2009 held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi
during Nov’09 to spread the awareness on
petroleum conservation amongst general masses.
India International Trade Fair is a prestigious
platform for participation from national and
international renowned companies to showcase
products, services and innovative measures.
PCRA’s presence in the fair motivated the public
at large to use some useful tips which will help
with volunteers of IEEE took part in the event to
motivate masses to adopt fuel-efficient measures
through placards, banners and car hangings.
The event was a major success. A joint study
carried out by PCRA and CRRI (Central Road
Research Institute) revealed that the city of
Delhi alone wastes a whopping Rs. 994 crores
per annum due to idling of vehicles at traffic
red lights. This wastage may be considerably
reduced by way of mass awareness.
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PCRA Stall at India International Trade Fair held at Pragati
Maidan, New Delhi in November 2009
in saving their energy bills in day-to-day life.
PCRA’s stall drew the crowd in large numbers.
Printed Literature
During 2009-10, PCRA increased the quantity of
printed literatures covering 28 different types of
leaflets, booklets, pamphlets, stickers, posters
on petroleum conservation in Hindi, English,
Tamil, Telugu, Kannad, Malayalam, Punjabi,
Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Oriya and Assamese.
All literatures were distributed amongst masses
extensively during Oil & Gas Conservation
Fortnight 2010 and to various target groups.
Campaign during OGCF 2010
PCRA carried out extensive campaign during Oil
& Gas Fortnight 2010 throughout the Nation on
TV, Print and Radio. TV ads were run on 15
leading News and Business satellite channels
and radio spots were broadcast on All India
Radio (National News). While Print ads were
published in national and regional dailies in all
states of the country to promote fuel efficiency
in all sectors, viz. Transport, Domestic, Industry,
and Agriculture.
Department of Science & Technology (DST)
under the Ministry of Science & Technology runs
a state-of-the-art science exhibition on a train
having 13 coaches across India named ‘Science
Express’ for spreading awareness on science
and technology. During 2009-10, PCRA joined
hands with DST for display and distribution of
PCRA’s printed literatures.
Three issues (3500 copies each) of PCRA’s
quarterly technical journal ‘Active Conservation
Technique’ (ACT), a technical magazine
carrying latest developments related to energy
conservation were compiled, printed and
distributed amongst various Industries, Policy
Makers and Corporate Sectors. The magazine
also highlights PCRA’s efforts in the field of
petroleum conservation in the Industry.
 Magazine Advertisement
During 2009-10, PCRA adopted the strategy
of increasing its visibility through low-cost
advertisement in magazines, which has got
high shelf life and readership amongst the
masses. PCRA released its fuel-saving ads in 38
magazines covering the states of Delhi, Punjab,
Gujarat, UP etc.
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Coordination & Human Resources­
­ he manpower requirement of PCRA is drawn
T
from Oil PSUs viz. IOCL, ONGC, BPCL, HPCL,
OIL, GAIL etc. on deputation basis normally for
a period of five years. The period of deputation,
however, can be extended or reduced with
mutual consent of concerned Oil PSU and PCRA.
After completion of the deputation period, the
PCRA employee is repatriated back to his/her
parent organization.
The main functions of C&HR Department are
as follows:
Since a large number of energy conservation
related activities are carried out by PCRA, a
comprehensive induction programme is initially
planned for each employee so that he or she
gets familiarised with the specialised work of
PCRA in energy conservation field and also
acclimatises with the work culture in a new set
up vis-à-vis earlier postings.
In the headquarter of PCRA at New Delhi, the
manpower is organized on functional basis like
R&D, Education Campaign, Field Activities and
in service functions like Finance, Coordination &
HR. PCRA offices also exist in metros at regional
level and in major cities around the country at
sub regional levels.

To formulate HR policies, to ensure consistent
application of human resource policies,
selection on deputation, training, employees’
perks / benefits, administration, discipline
and employees’ appeals.

To plan, administer and control the
establishment and related services for
smooth conduct of PCRA jobs.

To convene Governing Body and Executive
Committee meetings.

To provide extensive and specialized type of
training to PCRA personnel in the field of
energy efficiency and environment.

To coordinate various activities of OGCF
function with Oil and Gas PSUs.
C&HR facilitates PCRA engineers in successfully
completing the Energy Manager & Energy Auditor
certification examination of Government of India.
Presently PCRA is having a very good team
of 32 nos. of Certified Energy Auditors and
4 Nos. of Certified Energy Managers.
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Oil and Gas Conservation
Fortnight 2010
­ il and Gas Conservation Fortnight (OGCF) is
O
a significant Annual event of the Ministry of
Petroleum and Natural Gas, which is organized
jointly by PCRA and Public Sector Oil &
Gas Companies every year from 15th to 31st
January.
of Inaugural Functions held at National Capital
and State Capitals are given at Annexure I.
The theme for this year was –
“SAVE FUEL YAANI SAVE MONEY”
^^bZa/ku dh cpr ;kuh iSls dh cprA**
OGCF 2010 in Delhi was inaugurated by Shri
Murli Deora, Hon’ble Minister for Petroleum &
Natural Gas on 19th January 2010 at Vigyan
Bhawan in the distinguished presence of Shri
Jitin Prasada, Hon’ble Minister of State for
P&NG. The function was also graced by Shri
R. S. Pandey, the then Secretary MOP&NG
and Shri S. Sundareshan, Special Secretary
MOP&NG. They addressed a large gathering
of dignitaries from the Government, Senior
Executives from Oil & Gas Industries, school
children and others present on the occasion. The
Welcome Address by Shri Arun Kumar, Secretary OIDB
& ED PCRA during Inaugural Function of OGCF’2010 in
New Delhi
Started, as Oil Conservation Week (OCW) in
1991, this nation-wide campaign has eventually
became a very effective tool in creating and
spreading mass awareness among the masses
about the importance of energy conservation
in the country. Encouraged by the tremendous
success of campaign, the duration of OCW was
extended to a fortnight from the year 1997,
making it Oil Conservation Fortnight (OCF).
With increasing use of cleaner and eco-friendly
gaseous fuels in the country, the conservation of
these fuels has also become equally important.
Therefore, w.e.f. from the year 2004, this event
is being observed as “Oil and Gas Conservation
Fortnight (OGCF)” in line with the decision
taken in the 63rd Executive Committee meeting
of PCRA.
Lighting of Lamp by Shri Murli Deora, Hon’ble Minister
for Petroleum & Natural Gas during Inaugural Function
of OGCF 2010 in New Delhi
Oil & Gas Conservation Pledge was administered
by the then Secretary MOP&NG Shri. R. S.
Pandey. During the Inaugural Function, the
“Best Performance Awards” were distributed to
State Level Coordinators (SLCs), Regional Level
Coordinator (RLC), State Governments, Upstream
Sector for their best performance during last
OGCF 2010 took off with impressive Inaugural
Functions at the National Capital and all the
State Capitals on 15th January 2010. The details
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Impressive Inaugural functions were also
organized at the State Capitals, which
were graced by dignitaries like Governors,
Chief Ministers, Ministers and other eminent
persons.
OGCF 2009 by Hon’ble Minister for Petroleum &
Natural Gas. The awards were also distributed to
the winners of National Level Essay Competition
organised for students of class X & up to post
graduate in Hindi and English and to the winners
of All India Level Painting Competition.
During the OGCF‘10, large number of activities
like mass rallies, cycle rallies, marathons, human
chain, technical seminars, symposiums, essay,
quiz and painting competitions and LPG Clinics
etc. were arranged for the propagation of oil and
gas conservation messages amongst the major
consuming sectors namely, Transport, Industrial,
Agricultural, Household and Commercial all over
the country by PCRA and Public Sector Oil &
Gas Companies.
Shri R. S. Sharma, C&MD, ONGC was receiving the award
for Best Overall Performance for Upstream Sector by Shri
Murli Deora, Hon’ble Minister for P&NG during Inaugural
Function of OGCF’10 in New Delhi.
In addition to the National Level Essay
Competition in Hindi and English, PCRA also
organised the Essay Competition in Seven
Regional Languages viz. Tamil, Kannada, Telugu,
Malayalam, Marathi, Gujarati and Bangla and
the awards were distributed to the winners
during the Valedictory function of respective
states by SLC. The detail of awards is given
at Annexure – II.
Flagging-off the Publicity Van by Shri Murli Deora, Hon’ble
Minister for P&NG during Inaugural Function of OGCF’10
in New Delhi­.
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Annexure – I
Details of OGCF 2010 Inaugural Functions
Held in Various States
S. No.
Region / State
Chief Guest
A
NORTHERN REGION
1
Delhi
Shri Murli Deora,
Hon’ble Minister for Petroleum & Natural Gas,
Govt. of India
19th January 2010
2
Uttarakhand
Mrs. Margaret Alva,
H. E. Governor of Uttarakhand
20th January 2010
3
Himachal Pradesh
Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal
Hon’ble Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh
15th January 2010
4
Jammu & Kashmir
Shri Qamar Ali Akhoon
Hon’ble Minister for Consumer Affairs & Public
Distribution, Govt. of J&K
15th January 2010
5
Punjab
Shri D.S. Jaspal, IAS
Principal Secretary (Transport),
Govt. of Punjab
15th January 2010
6
Uttar Pradesh
Shri Jacob Thomas, IAS
Principal Secretary (Food & Civil Supplies)
Govt. of U.P.
15th January 2010
7
Rajasthan
Shri O. P. Meena, IAS
Secretary Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs,
Govt. of Rajasthan
15th January 2010
8
Chandigarh U.T.
Smt. Anu Chatrath
Mayor, Municipal Corporation, UT Chandigarh
15th January 2010
9
Haryana
Shri R. K. Ghosh
Executive Director, Panipat Refinery, IOCL
15th January 2010
B
EASTERN REGION
10
Orissa
Shri Sarada Prasad Nayak Hon’ble Minister for Food Supplies &
Consumer Welfare
15th January 2010
11
Sikkim
Shri D.B. Thapa
Hon’ble Minister for Food, Civil Supplies &
Consumer Affairs, Govt. of Sikkim
15th January 2010
12
Tripura
Shri Manik Dey
Hon’ble Minister (FCS & CA, Transport,
Power, Labour, Urban & Rural Development),
Govt. of Tripura,
15th January 2010
13
Bihar
Shri Ashwini Kumar Choubey
Hon’ble Minister for Public Health & Engineering
15th January 2010
14
West Bengal
Shri Pratim Chatterjee,
Hon’ble Minister for Fire & Emergency Services,
Govt. of West Bengal
15th January 2010
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Date
S. No.
Region / State
Chief Guest
Date
15
Mizoram
Shri H. Rohluna
Hon’ble Minister for Food, Civil Supplies &
Consumer Affairs, Govt. of Mizoram
18 January 2010
16
Jharkhand
Shri N.S. Munda
Hon’ble Minister of State for Transport,
Revenue & Land Reforms, Govt. of Jharkhand
16th January 2010
17
Arunachal Pradesh
Shri Nido Pavitra,
Hon’ble Parliamentary Secretary , Health &
Family Welfare , Arunachal Pradesh
19th January 2010
18
Andaman & Nicobar
Islands
Shri Bishnu Pada Ray
Hon’ble Member of Parliament
15th January 2010
19
Nagaland
Shri K Zhimomi
Hon’ble Member of Parliament (RS), Nagaland
16th January 2010
20
Assam
Shri Shyam Mewara, IAS
Principal Secretary, Food, Civil Supplies &
Consumer Affairs, Govt. of Assam
16th January 2010
21
Manipur
Shri S. Budhachandra Singh ,
Commissioner (Consumer Affairs, Food
& Public Distribution), Govt. of Manipur
15th January 2010
22
Meghalaya
Shri J. Lyngdoh,
Dy Commissioner, East Khasi Hills
19th January 2010
C
WESTERN REGION
23
Madhya Pradesh
Shri Rameshwar Thakur,
H.E. Governor of M.P.
15th January 2010
24
Chhattisgarh
Shri P. Joy Oommen
Chief Secretary, Govt. of Chhattisgarh
15th January 2010
25
Goa
Shri Sanjay K. Srivastava
Chief Secretary, Goa
15th January 2010
26
Maharashtra
Shri C.S. Sangitaro, IAS
Secretary (Transport and State Excise),
Govt. of Maharashtra
15th January 2010
27
Gujarat
Shri R.R. Chauhan,
Additional Secretary – Food, Civil Supplies and
Consumer Affairs, Govt. of Gujarat
15th January 2010
D
SOUTHERN REGION
28
Karnataka
Dr. Hans Raj Bhardwaj
H.E. Governor of Karnataka
19th January 2010
29
Kerala &
Lakshadweep
Shri M. Vijayakumar
Hon’ble Minister for Law & Parliamentary Affairs,
Govt. of Kerala
15th January 2010
30
Tamilnadu &
Pondicherry
Shri K.N. Nehru,
Hon’ble Minister for Transport,
Govt. of Tamilnadu
18th January 2010
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Andhra Pradesh
Shri M. Ramana
Executive Director, Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.
29th January 2010
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th
Annexure – II
Details of Awards
S. No.
1
Award Category
Best Overall Performance
Award for SLC
Prize
Winner
1st Prize
Category I (Big State)
State Level Coordinator, Andhra
Pradesh
2
-do-
2nd Prize
Category I (Big State)
State Level Coordinator, Maharashtra
3
-do-
1st Prize
Category II (Small State)
State Level Coordinator, Delhi
4
-do-
2nd Prize
Category II (Small State)
State Level Coordinator, Sikkim
1st Prize
Category I (Big State)
State Level Coordinator, Punjab
1st Prize
Category II (Small State)
State Level Coordinator,
Himachal Pradesh &
State Level Coordinator, Uttarakhand
1st Prize
Category I (Big State)
State Government, Andhra Pradesh
1st Prize
Category II (Small State)
State Government, Delhi
5
6
7
8
Special Award (Bio-diesel
Sector) for SLC
-do-
Best Overall Performance
Award for State Govt.
-do-
9
Best Overall Performance
Award for RLC
1st Prize
Regional Level Coordinator, Northern
Region
10
Best Overall Performance
Award for Upstream Sector
1st Prize
M/s Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd.
11
National Level Essay
Competition - Hindi
1st Prize
Ms. Ankita Sahu
Class X
Kendriya Vidyalaya, Bacheli
District – Dantewada (Chhattisgarh)
12
-do-
(Rs. 50,000/-)
2nd Prize
(Rs. 35,000/-)
13
-do-
3rd Prize
(Rs. 25,000/-)
14
-do-
Consolation Prize I
(Rs. 10,000/-)
15
-do-
Consolation Prize II
(Rs. 10,000/-)
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Ms. Jyoti Banjare
B. Pharm (7th Sem.)
Shri Rawatpura Sarkar Institute
Vill. - Chorha, Kumahari
Distt. Durg (Chhattisgarh)
Ms. Arpita Khare
Class – XI (Commerce)
Joy Senior Secondary School,
Jabalpur (MP)
Ms. Anuradha Vyas
Class XI
Saraswati Balika Vidya Mandir,
Jhansi (UP)
Mr. Sahil Mittal
Class XI
Halwasiya Vidya Vihar Sr. Sec. School,
Bhiwani (Haryana)
S. No.
16
17
Award Category
National Level Essay
Competition – English
-do-
Prize
1 Prize
st
(Rs. 50,000/-)
2nd Prize
(Rs. 35,000/-)
18
-do-
3rd Prize
(Rs. 25,000/-)
19
-do-
Consolation Prize I
(Rs. 10,000/-)
20
-do-
Consolation Prize II
(Rs. 10,000/-)
21
22
Regional Level Essay
Competition – Malayalam
-do-
1st Prize
(Rs. 20,000/-)
2nd Prize
(Rs. 10,000/-)
23
-do-
3rd Prize
(Rs. 5,000/-)
24
25
Regional Level Essay
Competition – Kannada
-do-
1st Prize
(Rs. 20,000/-)
2nd Prize
(Rs. 10,000/-)
26
-do-
3rd Prize
(Rs. 5,000/-)
27
Regional Level Essay
Competition – Telugu
1st Prize
(Rs. 20,000/-)
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Winner
Ms. Shruthi Anantharaman
Class X
Vivekananda Vidyalaya Hr. Sec. School,
Chennai (Tamil Nadu)
Ms. Cara Fernandes
Class XII
Delhi Public School,
Gurgaon (Haryana)
Ms. Mugdha Sharma
Class XI
Little Flower School,
Gorakhpur (UP)
Ms. S. Nithya
BE (III Year)
Mookambigai College of Engineering,
Keeranur
Distt. Pudukkottai (Tamil Nadu)
Mr. Rijul Jain
B.E. (Honors)
Birla Institute of Technology & Science
Pilani, Goa
Mr. Rinu Abraham
B. Sc. (3rd Year)
WMO Art & Science College,
Wayanad (Kerala)
Mr. Jiss K. Varkey
B. Sc. (3rd Year)
Kerala Agriculture University,
Thrissur (Kerala)
Ms. Meenakshi P
B. Sc. (3rd Year)
Mercy College,
Palakkad (Kerala)
Ms. Apoorva P.C.
Class X
Aditya Birla Public School,
Haveri (Karnataka)
Ms. Swathi S.P.
Class X
Delhi Kannada Sr. Sec. School,
New Delhi
Ms. Apoorva S.B.
Class XI
Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya,
Gajanur (Karnataka)
Mr. Rahul Kalyani
1st Year (Inter)
Guntur Vikas Jr. College,
Hyderabad (AP)
S. No.
28
Award Category
-do-
Prize
2 Prize
nd
(Rs. 10,000/-)
29
-do-
3rd Prize
31
Regional Level Essay
Competition – Gujarati
-do-
1st Prize
(Rs. 20,000/-)
2nd Prize
(Rs. 10,000/-)
32
-do-
3rd Prize
34
Regional Level Essay
Competition – Marathi
-do-
1st Prize
(Rs. 20,000/-)
2nd Prize
(Rs. 10,000/-)
35
-do-
3rd Prize
37
Regional Level Essay
Competition – Bangla
-do-
1st Prize
(Rs. 20,000/-)
2nd Prize
(Rs. 10,000/-)
38
-do-
3rd Prize
Regional Level Essay
Competition – Tamil
Ms. Rucha Atul Pitre
Class XII (Science)
R.B. Kulkarni Junior College of Science,
Ratnagiri (Maharashtra)
Ms. Chetna B. Pawar
Class X
L.G.R. Purohit Kanya Prashala,
Sangli (Maharashtra)
Mr. Shounak Devbhuti
Class X
D.A.V. Model School,
Kharagpur (West Bengal)
Ms. Sohini Barman
Class X
Burnpur Riverside School,
Burnpur (West Bengal)
Ms. Moumita Adhikary
B. A. (2nd Year)
Vivekananda College for Women,
Barisha (West Bengal)
(Rs. 5,000/-)
39
Mr. Goral K. Shah
Class X
GLS Madhyamik Shala
Ahmedabad (Gujarat)
Mr. Shailesh Sitaram Tarfe
F.Y. B. Sc.
Sant Rawool Maharaj Mahavidyalaya,
Kudal (Maharashtra)
(Rs. 5,000/-)
36
Mr. Vicky S. Vora
Class X
GLS Madhyamik Shala,
Ahmedabad (Gujarat)
Mr. Parth C. Shah
Class XII
C.N. Vidyalaya,
Ahmedabad (Gujarat)
(Rs. 5,000/-)
33
Ms. J. Sravanthi
1st Year (Inter)
Railway Jr. College,
Secunderabad (AP)
Ms. M. Sowjanya
Class X
Smt. Godarari Devi Saraf High School
Garividi (AP)
(Rs. 5,000/-)
30
Winner
1st Prize
(Rs. 20,000/-)
39
Ms. L. Deepha
B. Com (2nd Year)
Sree Devi Kumari Women’s College,
Kuzhithurai (Tamil Nadu)
S. No.
40
Award Category
-do-
Prize
Winner
2nd Prize
Ms. B. Sobana
B. A. Economics, (2nd Year)
Women’s Christian College,
Nagercoil (Tamil Nadu)
(Rs. 10,000/-)
41
-do-
3rd Prize
Ms. K. Tamizhazhagi
B. Sc. (2nd Year)
Periyar Arts College,
Cuddalore (Tamil Nadu)
(Rs. 5,000/-)
42
43
All India Level Painting
Competition
-do-
1st Prize
Ms. Swati Tanwar
Class VII
Blue Bells Public School,
Gurgaon (Haryana)
(Rs. 10,000/-)
2nd Prize
Mr. Nilayan Chatterjee
Class IX
Modern School, Kolkata (WB)
(Rs. 7,000/-)
44
-do-
3rd Prize
Shri Joydeep Kr. Devnath
Class IX
Maharishi Vidya Mandir Public School,
Guwahati (Assam)
(Rs. 5,000/-)
Winners of National Level Essay Competition receiving the Prize
during Inaugural Function of OGCF’10 in New Delhi
Ms. Ankita Sahu, Class X, Kendriya Vidyalaya, Bacheli
received First Prize for National Level Essay Competition
in Hindi
Ms. Shruthi Anantharaman, Class X, Vivekananda Vidyalaya
Hr. Sec. School, Chennai received First Prize for National
Level Essay Competition in English
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40
Training
then Joint Secretary (M) & ED, PCRA. Total 273
programmes were organized till 31st March 2009
at ONGC locations like Dehradun, Delhi, Agartala,
Chennai, Kolkata, Rajahmundry, Karaikal, Goa,
Jodhpur, Uran, Mehsana, Vadodara, Sivasagar,
Nazira, Bokaro and Durgapur. Balance 126
programmes were organized in 2009-10 at ONGC
locations like Mumbai Onshore and Mumbai
Offshore, Sivasagar, Nazira, Hazira, Silchar,
Jorhat, Cambay and Delhi.
Identification of training needs and exposing
individual officers and staff to training programmes
relevant to their role and function are accorded
a high priority in PCRA. The training includes
staple programmes, skill updation programmes
and soft skill programmes. Employees are
nominated to attend useful seminars and
conferences in India and abroad.
During the year 2009-10, 33 training programmes
/ seminars / conferences / workshops were
attended by 69 participants from PCRA resulting
in 270 training man-days. The training on Energy
Conservation Technologies at ECCJ Japan was
provided to 14 nos. of officers from PCRA, 1 no.
from MOP&NG and 5 nos. of officers from Oil
Sector, Iron & Steel Industry, Textile and Pulp
& Paper Industry in September 2009 to learn
about latest in energy conservation.
This training programme has been one of its
kind activity, both for PCRA and ONGC. The
programme modules had been designed keeping
in view the type of the equipment such as rigs,
platforms, plant and offices / buildings of ONGC.
ONGC has deeply appreciated the contribution
of PCRA’s engineers in making this programme
highly successful.
A massive job of training to 20000 ONGC
Officers through 399 one-day programmes on
Energy Conservation Techniques was completed
by PCRA in 2009-10. The programme was
inaugurated at Dehradun on 18.06.2008 by the
As a direct outcome of the highly successful
programme mentioned above, PCRA has
been approached by ONGC to carry out a
similar training programme for its 7000 staff
employees.
Training to ONGC Officers on Energy Conservation Techniques by PCRA Faculty at Sivasagar
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41
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* * * * *
42
Computerization
OGCF - 2010
The maintenance and updation of PCRA website

& webserver is being done in-house, which saves
Photographs and reports of OGCF-2009 functions
money and faster implementation of required
& activities from various states were collected
changes / updation.
and compiled. A multimedia presentation was
The maintenance and administration of LAN,
designed, developed and presented in OGCF
2010 Planning Meet. The state-of-the-art
Internet, Proxy server, and Corporate E-mail
arrangements of multimedia presentation were
identity has been carried out by utilizing in-
successfully done in the inaugural function at
house resources to ensure faster and smoother
Vigyan Bhawn, New Delhi in January 2010.
communication system with added advantage of
information & resource sharing. By performing
Presentations
these activities departmentally, the outsourcing

expenses are eliminated.
During the year more than 70 multimedia
presentations on Energy Conservation, Energy
During the year, in-house job of CD/ DVD -
Efficiency, CDM, Energy Security, Alternate
Duplication was carried out in massive scale
fuels, Energy Audits and other PCRA activities
and more than 10,000 CDs / DVDs of PCRA
were made in-house for various national &
Book, ONGC training, contents for Science
international fora.
Express and PCRA Films were duplicated for
use at various Energy conservation activities
Other Achievements

resulting in reduction of expenditure of about
• Successful migration of PCRA website and
Rs. 2 lakhs. Additionally, the paper CD covers
E-mail services to NIC server
for these CDs / DVDs have been designed inhouse reducing the cost of CD/ DVD cases by
• Availability of Server, Internet and LAN
more than 50%.
facilities round the clock to PCRA PS/NR users
For dissemination of petroleum conservation
resulting in strengthing the communication
system.
information to the children & other visitors to the
Conservation Technology Centre (CTC) at PCRA
• Inhouse creation and edition of various
HQ and in the mass awareness programmes like
outdoor and print advertisements for
Exhibitions, Seminars, Youth Programmes etc.,
newspapers, magazines, hoardings, bus Q
4 nos. of attractive and interactive kiosks with
shelters etc. resulting in huge cost saving
touch screen facility have been designed and
on outsourcing.
installed at PCRA office. Total work of design of
• Installation of Trend Micro Anti Virus software
kiosks, customization as per our requirements,
to protect PCs, Laptops and server from
development of interactive quiz and puzzle
virus attack
softwares on energy conservation has been
• Inhouse refilling of cartridge / toner for
carried out in-house which has resulted in better
printers
administrative support and cost saving.
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43
Auditor’s Report
AUDITOR’S REPORT TO THE MEMBERS OF
THE GOVERNING BODY OF PETROLEUM
CONSERVATION RESEARCH ASSOCIATION
1. We have audited the attached Balance
Sheet of PETROLEUM CONSERVATION
RESEARCH ASSOCIATION as at 31st March
2010 and also the Income and Expenditure
Account and Receipt and Payment Account
for the year ended on that date annexed
thereto. These financial statements are
the responsibility of the Association’s
management. Our responsibility is to express
an opinion on these financial statements
based on our audit.
We conducted our audit in accordance with
auditing standards generally accepted in
India. Those Standards require that we plan
and perform the audit to obtain reasonable
assurance about whether the financial
statements are free of material misstatement.
An audit includes examining, on a test
basis, evidence supporting the amounts and
disclosures in the financial statements. An
audit also includes assessing the accounting
principles used and significant estimates
made by management as well as evaluating
the overall financial statements presentation. We believe that our audit provides a
reasonable basis for our opinion.
2. We report that there were no observations/
comments/discrepancies/inconsistencies,
(A)We have obtained all the information and
explanations, which to the best of our
knowledge and belief were necessary for
the purpose of our audit;
(B)In our opinion proper books of account
as required by law have been kept by
the Association so far as appears from
our examination of those books;
(C)The Balance Sheet, Income & Expenditure
Account and Receipt and Payment
Account dealt with by this report are in
agreement with the books of account.
(D)In our opinion and to the best of
our information and according to the
explanations given to us, the said
accounts, read with notes thereon, if
any, give a true and fair view:-
(i) In the case of Balance Sheet, of the
state of affairs of the Association as
at 31st March, 2010;
(ii)In the case of the Income &
Expenditure Account of the Income
for the year ended on that date;
and
(iii)In the case of Receipts and Payment
Account of the receipts and payments
for the year ended on that date.
For M/s Deepak Bhargava & Associates.
Chartered Accountants
Sd/CA Deepak Bhargava
(Partner)
M. No. 82571
Place : New Delhi
Date : 15th June 2010
44
Balance Sheet as on 31st March 2010
(Amount - Rs.)
CORPUS / CAPITAL FUND AND LIABILITIES
Schedule
Current Year
Previous Year
CORPUS / CAPITAL FUND
1
136821592
132117095
RESERVES AND SURPLUS
2
(97495221)
(74331887)
EARMARKED / ENDOWMENT FUNDS
3
365041244
363950997
SECURED LOANS AND BORROWINGS
4
0
0
UNSECURED LOANS AND BORROWINGS
5
29074
193143
DEFERRED CREDIT LIABILITIES
6
0
0
CURRENT LIABILITIES AND PROVISIONS
7
68521250
301346928
TOTAL
472917939
723276276
ASSETS
FIXED ASSETS
8
229075086
240140591
INVESTMENTS - FROM EARMARKED /
ENDOWMENT FUNDS
9
0
0
INVESTMENTS - OTHERS
10
152607223
147857823
CURRENT ASSETS, LOANS, ADVANCES ETC.
11
91235630
335277862
MISCELLANEOUS EXPENDITURE
0
0
(to the extent not written off or adjusted)
TOTAL
SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES
27
CONTINGENT LIABILITIES AND NOTES ON ACCOUNTS
28
472917939
723276276
Significant Accounting Policies forming integral part of Balance Sheet
AS PER OUR REPORT OF EVEN DATE ANNEXED
For Deepak Bhargava & Associates
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS
For, PETROLEUM CONSERVATION RESEARCH
ASSOCIATION
Sd/-
Sd/-
(CA Deepak Bhargava)
(Kapil Mathur)
M.No. 82571
Addl. Director (Finance)
Place : New Delhi
Date : 15.06.2010
45
Sd/(Arun Kumar)
Executive Director
46
21854601
983340
10455085
7374000
607000000
136351151
268065596
2367237
4547301
18710
1071494
43531
21348
Current Year
PAYMENTS
I. Expenses
a) Establishment Expenses & Administrative Exp
II. Payments made against funds for various projects
(Name of the fund or project should be shown along with the
particulars of payments made for each project)
R&D Expense : Field Activities
R&D Expense : Education Campaign
Outsourced R&D Projects/Advances
8729279 VII. Other Payments (Specify)
imprest to officers
151045
security deposits & retention money
Reinvestment of Principal of FD
VIII. Closing Balances
27421400
a) Cash in hand -PS
2762633
Cash in Hand Regions
b) Bank Balances
i) In current accounts
ii) In deposit accounts ( R&D & NPMP)
0
iii) Savings accounts-PS (Corporation & State Bank of Hydrabad)
603225
Savings accounts- Regions
32583
Saving accounts - R&D sustence
7121797 c) Postage in Hand
11973119 d) Inter office fund transit
1025288
739490683
TOTAL:
VI. Finance Charges (Interest)
V. Refund of surplus money / Loans
a) To the Government of India
b) To the State Government
c) To other providers of funds
128414211
1508651
2705923
4871625
18710 III. Investments and deposits made
1370144
a) Out of Earmarked / Endowment funds
b) Out of Own Funds (Investments-Others)
IV. Expenditure on Fixed Assets & Capital Work-in-Progress
529300000
a) Purchase of Fixed Assets
b) Expenditure on Capital Work-in-Progress
11444586
c) Building Project Exp
23547
12917
Previous Year
Sd/-
(CA Deepak Bhargava)
M.No. 82571
Sd/-
(Kapil Mathur)
Addl. Director (Finance)
Sd/(Arun Kumar)
Executive Director
For Deepak Bhargava & AssociatesFor Petroleum Conservation Research Association
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS
VII. Any other receipts (give details)
NPMP
0
Refund of promotional scheme
164069
Imprest Refunded by officer
28000
Security Deposit & retention money
16205724
Amount received on maturity of FD
55100000
Income tax refund
TOTAL:
1131651187
Significant Accounting Policies forming integral part of Balance Sheet
AS PER OUR REPORT OF EVEN DATE ANNEXED
IV. Interest Received
a) On Bank deposits
b) Loans, Advances etc.
c) Interest on Income Tax Refund
V. Other Income (Specify)
AIR & DD PROGRAMME
ENERGY STUDIES & MIS INCOME
Rent
VI. Amount Borrowed
III. Income on Investments from
a) Earmarked / Endow. Funds
b) Own Funds (Oth. Investment)
RECEIPTS
I. Opening Balances
a) Cash in hand-PS
Cash in hand Regions
b) Bank Balances
i) In current accounts
ii) In deposit accounts
iii) Savings accounts PS
Saving accounts- projects
Saving accounts-Regions
IV) Postage in Hand
V) Inter office fund in transit
VI) Cheque in hand
II. Grants Received
a) From Government of India -OIDB
b) From State Government
c) From other sources -OGCF
(Grants for capital & revenue exp.
to be shown separately)
Receipt and Payments
739490683
1131651187
2054755
136351151
268065596
4547300.6
2367237
18710
1072656
43531
21348
80500
7599219
19910059
3516889
39445698
100149877
21494264
134806647
Previous Year
136351151
1712826
2721771
6842048
42746
12502
88500
17755983
55100000
4637816
47789441
667100399
7339002
182102247
Current Year
Income and Expenditure Account
for the Year Ended 31st March 2010
INCOME
Schedule
(Amount - Rs.)
Current
Previous
Year
Year
34609332
27415825
602458564
527426505
10000000
11444586
Income from Sales / Services
12
Grants / Subsidies
13
Fees / Subscriptions
14
Income from Investments (Income on Investment from
15
earmarked / endow. Funds transferred to Funds)
Income from Royalty, Publication etc.
16
Interest Earned
17
14470576
Other Income
18
1024625
Increase / (decrease) in stock of Finished goods and works19
in-progress.
TOTAL (A)
662563097
EXPENDITURE
Establishment Expenses
20
175111897
Other Administrative Expenses etc.
21
25372469
22
48322398
Research & Development Expenses : Field Activities
Research & Development Expenses : Education Campaign
23
413535744
Research & Development Expenses : Outsourced R&D
24
6436617
activities
Expenditure on Grants, Subsidies etc.
25
0
Interest
26
164636
Depreciation (Net Total at the year-end - corresponding to
15770002
Schedule 8)
Prior Year Expenses
26 (A)
29328
TOTAL (B)
684743090
Balance being excess of Income over Expenditure (A-B)
(22179994)
Transfer to Special Reserve (Specify each)
(983340)
(R&D SUSTENANCE FUND)
Transfer to / from General Reserve
BALANCE BEING SURPLUS / (DEFICIT) CARRIED TO
CORPUS / CAPITAL FUND/ GENERAL RESERVE
(23163334)
SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING POLICIES
27
CONTINGENT LIABILITIES AND NOTES ON ACCOUNTS
28
Significant Accounting Policies forming integral part of Balance Sheet
AS PER OUR REPORT OF EVEN DATE ANNEXED
For Deepak Bhargava & Associates
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS
Sd/-
(CA Deepak Bhargava)
M.No. 82571
Place : New Delhi
Date : 15.06.2010
15307330
4418490
586012736
100254800
27136759
39772993
371194418
18240895
0
144556
16949978
573694399
12318337
(4350699)
12318337
FOR, PETROLEUM CONSERVATION RESEARCH
ASSOCIATION
Sd/-
(Kapil Mathur)
Addl. Director (Finance)
47
Sd/-
(Arun Kumar)
Executive Director
48
A. FIXED ASSETS: TANGIBLE
1. LAND
a) Freehold
b) Leasehold
2. BUILDING:
a) On Freehold Land
b) On Leasehold Land
c) Ownership Flats/Premises
d) Superstructures on Land not belonging to entitity
3. PLANT MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT
TECHNICAL EQUIPMENT
R&D EQUIPMENTS
4. VEHICLES
5. (a) FURNITURE, FIXTURES
(b) FURNITUTE, FIXTURES
6. (a). OFFICE EQUIPMENT
(b). OFFICE EQUIPMENT
7. COMPUTER/PERIPHERALS
8. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
9. LIBRARY BOOKS
10. FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENTS
11. OTHER FIXED ASSETS
12. WOODEN PARTITIONS
13. DEMONSTRATION CENTRE
14. COMPUTER NPMP
15. OFFICE EQUIPMENT NPMP
16. FURNITURE NPMP
TOTAL OF ASSETS TANGIBLE (A)
B. FIXED ASSETS: INTANGIBLE SOFTWARE
TOTAL OF ASSETS INTANGIBLE (B)
TOTAL OF CURRENT YEAR: (A+B)
PREVIOUS YEAR
C. CAPITAL WORK IN PROGRESS:
TOTAL
DESCRIPTION
60%
100%
15%
60%
15%
10%
80%
15%
15%
10%
10%
15%
15%
60%
15%
10%
15%
10%
108747565
0
0
0
0
15004152
315825
217238
2879910
8274224
8859681
18537973
16663474
3992751
287835
11025
0
1802530
843376
13153
48764
129252
315900959
302005
302005
316202964
314353317
-
129272231
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
RATE OF
DEPRECIA- Cost valuation Transfer from
as at the beginNPMP
TION
ning of the year
0
0
0
0
0
819627
0
0
33224
0
135511
0
540576
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1528938
56640
56640
1585578
802386
-
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2319961
0
0
87133
0
75760
0
495712
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2978566
141361
141361
3119927
1674363
-
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
126000
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
126000
0
0
126000
627101
-
0
0
108747565
0
0
0
0
18017740
315825
217238
3000267
8274224
9070952
18537973
17699762
3992751
287835
11025
0
1802530
843376
13153
48764
129252
320282463
500006
500006
320782469
316202964
-
129272231
0
29457446
0
0
0
0
14349538
121869
83827
707727
2242315
3259024
7153341
14640401
1540702
75399
4254
0
1802530
325438
11680
16174
29793
75821458
240915
240915
76062373.19
59625894
-
0
0
GROSS BLOCK
Additions Additions after Deduction dur- Cost/Valuation
As at the
Upto 3rd
3rd October ing the year at the year end beginning of
October
the year
Fixed Assets
7929012
0
0
0
0
2106570
29093
20012
224897
603191
866107
1707695
1686903
367807
21244
1016
0
0
77691
884
4889
9945
15656956
113046
113046
15770002
16949977
-
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
124992
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
124992
0
0
124992
513499
-
0
0
37386458
0
0
0
0
16331116
150962
103839
932624
2845506
4125131
8861036
16327304
1908509
96643
5270
0
1802530
403129
12564
21063
39738
91353422.19
353961
353961
91707383
76062373
-
0
0
71361107 79290119
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1686624
654614
164863
193956
113399
133411
2067643
2172183
5428718
6031909
4945821
5600657
9676937 11384632
1372458
2023073
2084242
2452049
191192
212436
5755
6771
0
0
0
0
440247
517938
589
1473
27701
32590
89514
99459
228929041 240079501
146045
61090
146045
61090
229075086 240140591
240140591 254727421
-
129272231 129272231
0
0
DEPRECIATION
NET BLOCK
During the On deduc- Total upto the As the Cur- As at the
year
tions during
year end rent year end Previous
the year
year end
(Amount - Rs.)
Schedule-27
4. Fixed Assets
• Fixed assets are stated as cost of acquisition/
transfer less depreciation all costs incurred
upto errection & commissioning are
capitalized.
(A) SIGNIFICANT ACCOUNTING
POLICIES
1. Basis of Preparation of Financial
Statements
• The Association follows Mercantile System
of Accounting and recognizes significant
items of income and expenditure on
accrual basis except otherwise as stated
here after:
• PCRA has started maintaining schedule of
Fixed Assets in GFR-19 Form from financial
year 1998-99 only for additions in Fixed
Assets.
o Liabilities for revenue cases is raised for
amount exceeding Rs.2500/- per case
excepting cases where bills have been
received before finalisation.
• During financial year 2009-10, the original
cost of the assets disposed off is Rs. 1.26
lacs and accumulated depreciation on these
assets is Rs. 1.25 lacs. The written down
value of these assets are Rs. 0.01 lacs.
o Prior period expenses / prior period
incomes are accounted for in the books
only in the cases of individual items
exceeding Rs.50,000/-
5. The Effect for the Changes in Foreign
Exchange Rates
All the expenses incurred in foreign currency
has been recorded at the rates prevailing
on the date of transaction.
o The interest over due on soft loans
has been recognised in the books, on
receipt basis.
6. Accounting of Grants
Grant-in-Aid from OIDB has been classified
into the following categories based on
actual utilization:
• The financial statements have been prepared
under the historical cost convention, in
accordance with the generally accepted
accounting principles.
• Accounting Policies not specially referred
to otherwise are consistent with generally
accepted accounting policies followed by
the association.
a) Grant-in-Aid for Capital
Amounts spent on acquisition of fixed
assets are capitalized under the head
Grant-in–Aid for Capital. On sale of fixed
assets, the original Cost is transferred
to Grant in Aid for Revenue.
2. Cash Flow Statement
Cash flow Statement has been prepared by
direct method.
b) Grant-in-Aid
for
Promotional
Schemes
Amounts given as soft loans in
promotional Schemes are shown as
unsecured loans as Grant-in–Aid for
promotional scheme. On Repayment
3. Depreciation
Depreciation is charged on Fixed Assets on
WDV method at the rates prescribed under
the Income Tax Act, 1961
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(B) NOTES TO ACCOUNTS
of such loans the related principal
is transferred to Grant-in-aid for
Revenue.
1. Estimated commitments made by PCRA and
outstanding in respect of capital contracts
as on 31.03.2010 is Nil. Previous year Nil.
c) Grant-in-Aid for Revenue
Grant received other than above are
accounted as Grant-in-Aid for Revenue
and Charged to Revenue.
2. As per decision of the Governing Body in
its 42nd Meeting held on 3rd February 2005,
it was decided that the rentals received by
PCRA should be credited to “Research &
Development Sustenance Fund”.
7. Investments
The investment being long term investment
is valued at cost.
3. a) The balance of Building Fund (including
interest) as on 31.03.2005 was
Rs.3177.65 lacs which was represented
by Assets of Rs.2703.02 lacs. The
balance of Rs.474.62 lacs was unutilized
and was kept in the form of fixed
deposits and saving bank accounts.
During the Financial Year 2009-10, the
principal amount of FDs worth Rs.497.45
lacs were matured and reinvested. The
year end balance as on 31.03.2010 is
Rs. 1363.51 lacs including Rs. 500 lacs
received from NPMP.
8. Deferred Tax
Association is of the opinion that the
income of the association is exempt from
tax. Hence the provision for current tax
and deferred tax has not been accounted
in the books.
9. Impairment of Assets
The Association is regularly reviewing
the value of the assets. The amount of
impairment loss being not material, hence
not recognized in the books.
b) The Governing Body of PCRA in its 43rd
GB Meeting held on 21.06.2005 decided
that the unutilized amount will be
reclassified as Research & Development
Sustenance Fund. In view of above
Rs.474.62 lacs was transferred from
Building Fund Account to Research &
Development Sustenance Fund during
the year 2005-06.
10.Accounting for Input Credit and
Service Tax
a) The association has changed its policy
of taking Input credit on accrual
basis to cash basis during the year.
Accordingly, during the year, it has
resulted in shortfall in Input credit by
Rs. 14,43,420/- being considered as
provision for “Input Credit Receivable”
as on 31st March 2010, to be claimed
during the subsequent year at the time
of payment of such service tax.
c) The Governing Body also decided to
utilize the interest earned on fixed
deposits from the previous years
onwards for the R&D activities and
hence, Rs.189.70 lacs on account of
interest accrued / earned on FDs /
Savings account has been credited
to income. This include the interest
b) In view of above change in policy,
Service Tax Liability has also been
recognized / considered on cash basis
only.
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their letter dated 31.03.2006 released
Rs.58.49 lacs which has been received
in April’06. Balance amount of Rs.57.62
lacs is due.
received on bonds worth Rs. 5 crores
received from NPMP during financial
year 2007-08.
4. The Contingent liability provided for case for
the assessment year 2006-07 was selected
for status of appeal scrutiny by the income
tax authorities and a demand notice was
raised amounting to Rs. 62,67,234/-. The
Association has filed an appeal with the
higher authorities and has not made any
provision for the same. In view of the fact
that the income of the Association is exempt
from tax, no liability/contingent liability has
been provided for in the books of PCRA.
g) During the year 2009-10, PCRA has
realized Rs.9.83 lacs towards the
rental income, the same, in terms of
new accounting policy No. 6, has been
transferred to Research & Development
Sustenance Fund.
6. The investment in the form of 8% Govt.
of India bonds issued by RBI amounting
to Rs.3.25 crores & of Rs.1.75 crores were
made by NPMP Society. Out of which the
bonds worth Rs.3.25 crores matured during
the year 2009-10 and the principal amount
so received on maturity of PCRA has been
re-invested in FD’s with Corporation Bank.
5. a) Second Floor of PCRA building was let
out to Anti Adulteration Cell for the
period 06.07.2001 to 31.07.2004.
b) AAC had not made any payment
till 31.03.2005 except for common
maintenance and service charges on
actual basis.
7. The approved budget for financial year
2009-10 was Rs. 64.80 Crores (net of
OGCF grant & other income) against which
actual expenditure were of Rs. 66.91
Crores (excluding depreciation of Rs. 1.58
Crores).
c) During the year 2004-05, some assets
of AAC worth Rs.8.99 lacs were handed
over to PCRA and pending fixation and
settlement of rent, the amount was
credited to rent income.
8. a) PCRA has been recognized by the Dept.
of Science & Technology as a “Scientific
& Industrial Research Organization”
vide its letter no 11/31/88-TU-V dt
02.06.2009. PCRA had filed application
in form 3CF U/s 35 (1)(ii) with income
tax department on 25.08.2006. Last
notification no (F.No.203/79/2009-ITAII) for the F.Y. 2005-06, 2006-07, and
2007-08 was issued on 08.08.2009.
Consequently, PCRA has submitted
records which have been accepted vide
notification 14/2010 dated 5th March
2010 from A.Y. 2009-10 onwards.
d) During 2005-06, MOP&NG directed
that OIDB will bear the rent for the
period 06.07.2001 to 30.04.2003 and
MOP&NG will bear the rent for the
period 01.05.2003 to 31.07.2004.
e) The rental due from OIDB has not been
finalised but however a debit note
of Rs.163.99 lacs has been raised in
2005-06.
f) MOP&NG vide its letter dated 27.03.2006
fixed a rent of Rs.116.10 lacs and vide
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OIDB. The amount of grant received during
the financial year 2009-10 amounts to
Rs. 60.70 Crores. OIDB is a granter institute
and associate of the association.
b) PCRA has got the registration U/S
12A of Income Tax act 1961 vide its
letter no DIT(E)-P-1081/2006-2007/
U/S 12A/1617 dt.19.02.2007 the
registration is valid w.e.f. 01.04.2006,
hence the income is exempted and no
provision for current tax has been made
in the books of accounts.
13. Except Executive Director, all employees are
on deputation from Oil Companies hence,
there are no eligible employees who are
eligible in the association for short term/
long term benefit as per AS15 issued by
ICAI.
c) PCRA has got approval under section
10(23C) (iv) of the Income Tax Act,
1961 on 30.03.2009 vide order no. F.no.
DGIT(e)/10(23c)(iv)/2009-10/1078
dt.10.03.2010. This order is applicable
for the Assessment Year 2009-10 &
onwards, till it is withdrawn by the
prescribed authority.
14. Outstanding Liabilities
The balance under this head includes
outstanding amounts since the year 2001.
The year wise break up is as under:
Year
9.
Certain balances under the head Current
Assets, Loans & Advances and Current
Liabilities are subject to confirmation.
2001-02
2002-03
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
2007-08
2008-09
2009-10
10. PCRA is supported by OIDB and is following
the norms of oil companies / PSUs in respect
of tenders as available with them. No
written updated norms are received from
these companies and PCRA follows the
same as per details / information provided
by the officers working on deputation from
these companies in PCRA. In view of nonavailability of updated norms, PCRA has
decided to make its own tendering norms.
Amount
(Rs)
2,66,773
1,45,550
4,37,817
15,96,841
17,99,117
15,16,812
14,66,707
7,49,080
5,55,11,942
Cum. Amount
(Rs)
2,66,773
4,12,323
10,25,261
26,22,102
44,21,219
59,38,031
74,04,738
81,53,818
6,36,65,760
Since the balances are long outstanding
and no claimants are forthcoming, it has
been decided by the management to
phase out these balances by writing back
in a time bound manner. Accordingly, the
management has decided to write back the
liabilities standing upto 31st March 2006
during the current year. During the next
year, after thorough verification, liabilities
remaining outstanding for a period of more
than three years shall be phased out by
writing them back.
11. None of the suppliers and/or service
providers are registered under MSMED Act
2006 hence, the requirement of disclosure
of particulars under the said act, is not
applicable to PCRA.
12. There is no transaction with the related
party except the grants received from
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15. Stale Cheques
Other current liabilities include an amount
of Rs. 3,05,860/- being the amount of
cheques remaining unpresented till date,
and transferred to a separate account code
no. 115-00 called “Stale Cheques Account”.
However, under this category, cheques
since the year 2003-04 were still lying
uncleared. The management has decided
to write back these creditors upto the year
2006-07 transferring the same to income
during the current year. Accordingly, a
sum of Rs. 15,15,565/- stands credited to
income during the year.
Therefore, PCRA had stopped charging
depreciation with effect from the
financial year 1998-99.
• As per the directive received from
Govt. of India through OIL INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT BOARD, PCRA has
adopted the common formats developed
by C&AG. As per the provisions of
schedule 8 of common formats, PCRA
has started to charge the depreciation
on fixed assets w.e.f. 2006-07.
Consequently, due to the non charging
provision of depreciation between the
years 1998-99 and 2005-06 these are
not stated at their actual depreciated
value. As per the provisions of Income
Tax Act 1961, the depreciation during
the financial year 2009-10 is Rs. 157.70
lacs.
16. Fixed Assets & Depreciation
• The Association has maintained fixed
asset registers at Head Office in Delhi
and in all its Regions. These Fixed
Asset Registers maintained in various
departments are being updated. The
Association has also taken up the
process of physical verification of all
the asset at H.O. and Regional Offices.
• Due to differential treatment of charging
of depreciation in earlier/current years,
the fixed assets reported in the Balance
Sheet are not matching with OIDB
Grant-in-Aid Capital Fund.
• In accordance with AS-6 relating to
provision of depreciation, depreciation
is to be provided on Fixed Assets.
However as per General Financial Rules
adopted by PCRA, depreciation was
to be provided on the fixed assets. For Deepak Bhargava & Associates
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS
17.
Previous year figures have been regrouped,
recasted, rearranged, wherever found
necessary.
For, PETROLEUM CONSERVATION RESEARCH
ASSOCIATION
Sd/-
Sd/-
Sd/CA Deepak Bhargava (Partner)
(Kapil Mathur)
(Arun Kumar)
M.No. 82571
Addl. Director (Finance)
Executive Director
Place : New Delhi
Date : 15.06.2010
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