Upstream, Midstream, Downstream sector. Natural gas Consists primarily of methane and Propane, butane, pentane, and hexane are also present. Commonly occurs in association with crude oil.
Growth of the Indian coal mining started when steam locomotives were introduced in Production increased to Million tonnes. Production reached 30 million tonnes in After Independence, the National Coal Development Corporation was set up and colleries were owned by the railways.
India consumes coal mainly for the power sector. Other industries like cement, fertilizer, chemical and paper rely on coal for energy.
Oil and gas industry in India India had about million metric tonne of proven oil reserves as of Aprilor 5. The combination of rising oil consumption and fairly unwavering production levels leaves India highly dependent on imports to meet its consumption needs. InIndia produced an average of about India's state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation is the largest oil company.
India's downstream sector is also dominated by state-owned entities, though private companies have enlarged their market share in past recent years. A huge mass of India's natural gas production comes from the western offshore regions, particularly the Mumbai High complex. The onshore fields in AssamtripuraAndhra PradeshTelangana and Gujarat states are also major producers of natural gas.
OIL are the leading companies with respect to production volume, while some foreign companies take part in upstream developments in joint-ventures and production sharing contracts.
Reliance Industriesa privately owned Indian company, will also have a bigger role in the natural gas sector as a result of a large natural gas find in in the Krishna Godavari basin. GAIL holds an effective control on natural gas transmission and allocation activities.
While GAIL's domination in natural gas transmission and allocation is not ensured by statute, it will continue to be the leading player in the sector because of its existing natural gas infrastructure. Some of the resources, like water and air, are renewable. Other resources like minerals are non-renewable and exhaustible because they cannot be regenerated.
Minerals have many categories like metallic, non-metallic and minor minerals. Metallic minerals[ edit ] Metallic minerals are the minerals which contain one or more metallic elements.
They occur in rare, naturally formed concentrations known as mineral deposits. Metallic minerals available from India are zinciron oremanganese oregoldbauxitesilverleadtincopper and chromite.
Copper has been used since ancient times. Details of copper mining and metallurgy are available in ancient works like Arthashastra.
Major resources of copper are available at RajasthanMadhya pradesh and Jharkhand. As ofIndia had 1. InIndia produced 7,10, tonnes of copper. Post-pillar method and blast hole stoping method are used for mining.
Some of the domestic demand is met through scrap recycling. In India, copper scrap is recycled through direct melting, which is a hazardous process.
It is also a fair conductor of electricity. References to medicinal uses of zinc are present in the Charaka Samhita. Ancient zinc smelting technique was found at a zinc production site in ZawarRajasthan. Zinc is recovered from a number of different zinc ores. The types of zinc ores include sulfide, carbonate, silicate and oxide.
India is the World's fourth largest zinc reserve as in Most of the resources are available in Rajasthan. Mining is done by the opencast method. Iron ore is mainly used for manufacturing of pig ironsponge iron and steel. It is also used in coal washeries, cement and glass industries.
Private companies including Tata Steel provide major contribution. It is the only commercial source of chromium. As ofIndia had million tonnes of resource.May 26, · Tonnes: Percent of foreign reserves: percent It’s no surprise that the Bank of India has one of the largest stores of gold in the world.
The South Asian country, home to billion. CONSERVATION OF WILDLIFE IN INDIA V.
VARIOUS PROJECTS INDIAN WILDLIFE 3 The wildlife of India is a mix of species of diverse origins. The region's rich and diverse wildlife is preserved in numerous national parks and wildlife sanctuaries across the country. What are the Different Types of Natural Resources Produced in India?
in most of these countries the economic life is largely determined by available resources. India is rich in natural resources. Some of its important resources arc discussed below. India possesses abundant reserves of magnesite. Magnesite is an important refractory. Reserves of India: national, nature reserves in India.
Articles on India. 03/22/ by Kristian. Reserves of India. More than one percent of the vast territory of Indiaoccupy the national parks, the goal of which - the protection of nature, archaeological sites and historical places and tourism development.
Today reserves of India is visited. This is a list of countries by natural gas proven reserves based on The World Factbook (when no citation is given).
or other authoritative third-party sources (as cited). Based on data from BP, at the end of , proved gas reserves were dominated by three countries: Iran, Russia, and Qatar, which together held nearly half the world's proven reserves. Natural Resources in India. India is endowed with different types of natural Resources such as fertile soil, forests, minerals and water.
These resources are unevenly distributed. The various types of different Natural Resources of India is discussed below: Soil Resource: India has a large proportion of well watered fertile lands.