Although the ban was relaxed later for cement and lime kilns, it was followed by a petcoke import tax hike to 10% from 2.5%. Last month, the government told the Supreme Court it was formulating a nationwide policy on the use of petcoke and it had consulted the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas and the Directorate General of Foreign Trade.
Economic Times reported that the Petroleum Ministry on 16 July told the Supreme Court that it is in favour of a ban on the import of petroleum coke, a solid non-volatile carbon residue left after
The bench also exempted the lime stone industries from the purview of the October 24 order in respect of the use of petroleum coke. Supreme Court eases ban on use of petcoke, furnace oil
India''s environment ministry has placed restrictions on the use of imported petroleum coke in the capital Delhi and its surrounding region, in the latest effort to curb rising air pollution. Local producers include Indian Oil Corp, Reliance Industries and Bharat Petroleum
The government proposal follows a ban ordered by the Supreme Court in October on burning petroleum coke in the region around the capital of New Delhi. An oil refinery by-product, petroleum coke, or petcoke, is used as a fuel because of its higher energy content than coal, but it releases larger amounts of carbon dioxide and sulphur dioxide, which can cause lung disease and acid rain.
While environmentalists had highlighted use of petroleum coke is harmful to the environment, the aluminum, steel, calciners and cement industries had submitted that they use petroleum coke as a
New Delhi, April 10 (PTI): Government is considering a nationwide ban on the use of pet coke by various industries and a decision is likely to be taken within a month, the Supreme Court was informed on Tuesday. Stating this, the Environment Ministry also told the
The Supreme Court (SC) on 24 October 2017 directed the governments of Uttar Pradesh (UP), Haryana and Rajasthan to ban the use of petroleum (pet) coke and furnace oil in the industries with an aim
The tribunal had earlier said that industries which do not have permission to use petroleum coke as fuel should be shut down immediately. The green panel had directed the MoEF and all state governments to decide within two months whether petcoke was "an approved fuel" as per the environmental laws.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed the cement industry to use petroleum coke, a dirtier alternative to coal which had temporarily been banned as pollution levels shot up in Delhi last month. India is the world''s biggest consumer of petroleum coke, better
Harmful effects of use of furnace oil and pet coke Petroleum coke, also called pet coke or petcoke, is a solid carbon material that reseles coal; it is a product of oil refining Petroleum coke or Pet Coke is used by industries as fuel and contains various dangerous chemicals and heavy metals such as Chromium, Vanadium, etc
NGT asks CPCB to ensure states, UTs ban use of petcoke, furnace oil A bench of the NGT, headed by its chairperson AK Goel, on Thursday sought an action taken report (ATR) from the CPCB within four months and listed the matter for further hearing on January
The Supreme Court has banned the use of petroleum coke or petcoke -- solid-carbon, coal-like material which results from oil refining -- and furnace oil in the National Capital Region (NCR) and suggested similar steps in other states.Get latest Legal online at
The Petroleum Ministry on Monday told the Supreme Court that it is in favour of a ban on the import of petroleum coke, a solid non-volatile carbon residue left after the distillation and cracking of petroleum. However, the environment ministry is yet to take the final call and will consult with all stakeholders before arriving upon a decision.
The Petroleum and Natural Gas Ministry has also supported ban on import of pet coke with high sulphur content as burning the decision on the use of imported pet coke in the steel industry and
Supreme Court asks Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Rajasthan to ban use of petroleum coke and furnace oil in the industries to fight air pollution The Supreme Court directed the governments of Uttar Pradesh Haryana and Rajasthan to ban the use of petroleum coke and furnace oil in the industries with an aim to fight air pollution on 24 October 2017.
21/8/2019· Centre Plans To Propose Nationwide Ban On Petcoke As A Fuel : Sources India News | Press Trust of India | Saturday May 12, 2018 The centre plans to propose banning burning petroleum coke …
Ban on Petroleum Coke-PET-COKE IS A DIRTY FUEL (WASTE PRODUCT) THAT CAUSES POLLUTION Prepared By: Kritarth Srivastav Senior Engineer-HSE & Technical What is pet coke ? • Petroleum Coke, the bottom-of-the barrel left over from refining Canadian tar sands crude and other heavy oils, is cheaper and burns hotter than coal.
Its use was banned around New Delhi to rein in pollution. The country’s environmentalists are trying to stop imports of petroleum coke, known as petcoke, which emits sulphur oxides that are
raised the issue of greenhouse gas emissions associated with the use of petroleum coke. As a result, Jordon  proposed a ban on petroleum coke in Chicago and Upton  reported that San Francisco also considered a ban on the export of petroleum coke. If
9/10/2015· China’s amended Air Pollution and Control Law includes a restriction on the import, sale or use of higher-sulfur petroleum coke, which is likely to tighten supply of anode-grade petcoke for the aluminum industry, according to analysts. Petroleum coke is a byproduct of oil refining, and about 80% of global production is considered fuel-grade, used for …
The fine was imposed because it failed in setting emission standards for industries using petroleum coke and furnace oil in the NCR region. The court directed the three states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan to ban the use of these pet coke and furnace oil materials in industries.
Pet coke in cement clinker SlideShare Jul 11, 2015· Pet coke in cement clinker 1 What is PET-COKE * Petroleum coke is a by-product / undesirable product of oil refining cracking process * The most attractive thing for use of Pet-coke is the high calorific value
India plans to propose nationwide ban on petcoke as a fuel Government proposal follows Supreme Court ban in October on burning petroleum coke in the region around the capital of New Delhi New
Prime News, Nation, (New Delhi), July 16:-The Petroleum Ministry on Monday told the Supreme Court that it is in favour of a ban on the import of petroleum coke, a solid non-volatile carbon residue left after the distillation and cracking of petroleum. However, the
January 7, 2014, Winnipeg, Man. – Manitoba Conservation and Water Stewardship has introduced North America’s first petroleum coke and coal heating ban. Because coal burning is a significant contributor to climate change, Manitoba is banning the use of coal for
29/11/2017· India is the world’s biggest consumer of petroleum coke (a dirtier but cheaper alternative to coal), which emits 11 per cent more greenhouse gases than coal. Now with the ban in place, the industry is believed to switch to alternative fuels (coal, gas, etc.). However