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Format for submission of annual energy consumption data

FORMAT FOR SUBMISSION OF ANNUAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION DATA

From -1

Details of information regarding total energy consumed and specific energy consumption per unit of production

(See Rule-3)

 

1.                    Name of the Unit

2.                    The sector to which unit falls ( Refer Annex-1)

3.                    (a)Complete address of Unit’s location (including Chief

Executive’s name & designation) with mobile,

Telephone, Fax nos. & E-mail.

                  (b) Year of Establishment

      4.              Registered Office address with telephone, fax nos.

                       & E-mail.

5.                          Name, designation, address, mobile, telephone, fax nos. & e-mail of energy manager.

6.                          Production and capacity utilization details

 

 

Main Product                          Units Installed        Installed  Actual                       %Capacity

                                                (Please specify)      Capacity  Production               Utilization

                                                        (a)                         (b)                                       (b/a)X100

________________________________________________________________________

Current

Financial

Year

Previous

Financial

Year

                                                                Current financial year                             Previous financial year

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7.0                                 Energy Consumption and cost

 

7.1                                     Electricity Consumption and cost

 

(A)           Purchased Electricity)

 

(i)                   Units ( Million KWh/ Year)

(ii)                 Total cost (Rs. Million/year)

(iii)                Plant Connected Load (KW)

(iv)                Contract Demand (kVA ) with utility

(v)                  Connected load (kW)

 

 

(B)           Own Generation

 

(a)                       Through DG sets

 

(i)                   Annual generation ( Million kWh/ year)

(ii)                 Total Cost (Rs. Million/year)

(iii)                Fuel used (HSD/LDO/LSHS/LSFO0

(iv)                Gross calorific value (k Cal/Kg)

(v)                  Annual Fuel Consumption (tonne)

(vi)                Total annual fuel cost ( Rs. Million)

 

(b)                 Through Steam turbine/generator

 

(i)                   Annual Generation (Million kWh/ year)

(ii)                 Fuel used state which type of fuel was used

(C=coal, B=biomass, E=electricity). If coal

Was used, state which grade i.e. C/I=imported

Or C/F= coal of grade F

 

(c)              Through gas turbine

 

(i)               Annual generation (million KWh/ Year0

(ii)             Fuel used (state which type of fuel was used

                NG, PNG, CNG, Nephtha)

(iii)            Gross calorific value (kCal/SCM)

(iv)            Annual fuel consumption (SCM)

(v)              Total annual fuel cost (Rs. Million)

 

(C)                                Total Generation of electricity (Million kWh/year)

 

7.1 (B) [a (i)+b (i)+c (i)]

 

(D)                               Electricity supplied to the grid/others (specify)

                    (Million kWh/year)

 

(E)                                Total Electricity consumed ( Million kWh/year)

 

                    7.1 [A (i) + C-D]

 

7.2                                               Fuel consumption and % cost for process heating

(A)                                         Coal

 

(i)                   Gross calorific value (kCal/kg)

(ii)                 Quantity purchased (tonne/year)

(iii)                Quantity used for power generation (tonne/year)

(iv)                Quantity used as raw material, if any (tonne/year)

 

                                                           Current financial year             Previous financial year

 

(v)                  Quantity used for process heating (tonne/year)

(vi)                Total coal cost for process ( Rs. Million/year)

 

(B)                                       Lignite

 

(i)                               Gross calorific value (kCal/kg)

(ii)                             Quantity purchased ( tonne/year)

(iii)                            Quantity used for power generation(tonne/year)

(iv)                            Quantity used as raw material, if any (tonne/year)

(v)                              Quantity used for process heating (tonne/year)

(vi)                            Total lignite cost for process (Rs. Million/year)

 

(C)                           Bio-mass other purchased solid fuels (pl. specify)

                Baggase, rice husk,etc.

 

(i)                   Average moisture content as fired (%)

(ii)                 Average Gross calorific value as fired (kCal/kg)

(iii)                Quantity purchased (tonne/year)

(iv)                Quantity used as raw material, if any(tonne/year)

(v)                  Quantity used for process heating (tonne/year)

(vi)                Total baggase cost for process(Rs. Million/Year)

 

7.3                                               Liquid

(A)                                                     Furnace Oil

 

(i)             Gross calorific value (kCal/kg)

(ii)           Quantity purchased (kL/year)

(iii)          Quantity used for power generation (kL/year)

(iv)          Quantity used as raw material, if any (kL/year)

(v)            Quantity used for process heating (kL/year)

(vi)          Total F.O. Cost for process heating (Rs. Million/year)

 

(B)                                         Low Sulphur Heavy Stock (LSHS)

 

(i)                   Gross calorific value (k Cal/kg)

(ii)                 Quantity purchased (tonne/year)

(iii)                Quantity used for power generation ( tonne/year)

(iv)                Quantity used as raw material, if any (tonne/year)

(v)                  Quantity used for process heating (tonne/year)

(vi)                Total LSHS Cost for process heating (Rs. Million/year)

 

 

 

 

(C)                                                     High Sulphur Heavy Stock (HSHS)

 

(i)                   Gross calorific value (kCal/kg)

(ii)                 Quantity purchased ( tones/year)

(iii)                Quantity used for power generation (tonne/year)

(iv)                Quantity used for raw material, if any (tonne/year)

(v)                  Quantity used for process heating (tonne/year)

(vi)                Total HSHS Cost for process heating ( Rs. Million/year)

 

(D)                                        Diesel Oil

(a)                 High Speed Diesel (HSD)

 

(i)                   Gross calorific value (k Cal/kg)

(ii)                 Quantity Purchased (kL./year)

(iii)                Quantity used for power generation (tonne/year)

(iv)                Quantity used as raw material, if any (kL/year)

(v)                  Quantity used for process heating (kL/Year)

(vi)                Total HSD Cost for process heating (Rs. Million/year)

 

(b)           Light Diesel Oil (LDO)

 

(i)                         Gross calorific value (kCal/kg)

(ii)                       Quantity purchased (kL/kg)

(iii)                      Quantity used for power generation (kL/year)

(iv)                      Quantity used as raw material, if any (kL/.year)

(v)                        Quantity used for process heating (kL/year

(vi)                       Total LDO Cost for process heating (Rs. Million/year)

 

7.4                                         Gas

(A)                                   Compressed Natural Gas ( CNG)

 

(i)                   Gross calorific value (kCal/ SCM)

(ii)                 Quantity purchased (million SCM/year)

(iii)                Quantity used for power generation( million SCM/year)

(iv)                Quantity used as raw material, if any ( million SCM/year)

(v)                  Quantity used for process heating ( million SCM/year)

(vi)                Total cost of natural gas for process heating ( Rs. Million/year)

 

(B)                                   Liquidfied Petroleum Gas(LPG)

 

(i)                         Gross calorific value (kCal/ SCM)

(ii)                       Quantity purchased (million SCM/year)

(iii)                      Quantity used for power generation( million SCM/year)

(iv)                Quantity used as raw material, if any ( million SCM/year)

(v)                  Quantity used for process heating ( million SCM/year)

(vi)                Total cost of natural gas for process heating ( Rs. Million/year)

 

(C )                      Gas generated as byproduct/waste ion the plant and used as fuel

 

(i)                   Name

(ii)                 Gross calorific value (kCal/SCM)

(iii)                Quantity used for process heating( million SCM/year)

(iv)                Total cost of byproduct gas for process heating

                (Rs. Million/year)

 

7.5                                               Solid Waste

Solid waste generated in the plant and used as fuel

 

(i)                   Name

(ii)                 Gross calorific value (kCal/Kg)

(iii)                Q uantity used for process heating(tonne/year)

(iv)                Total Cost of solid waste for process heating

                                                (Rs. Million/year)

 

7.6                                               Liquid Waste

Liquid effluent/waste generated in the plant and used as fuel

 

(i)                   Name

(ii)                 Gross calorific value (kCal/Kg)

(iii)                Quantity used for process heating(tonne/year)

(iv)                Total cost of liquid effluent for process heating

(Rs. Million/year)

 

7.7                                               Others

 

(i)                   Name

(ii)                 Average gross calorific value (kCal/kg)

(iii)                Quantity used for power generation (tonnes/year)

(iv)                Quantity used for process heat ( tones/year)

 

 

 

Current financial year        Previous financial Year

 

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(v)                  Annual cost of the others source

 

Annexure 1-Name of Sectors

 

Alumimium, Cement, Chemicals, Chlor-alkali, fertilizers, gas crackers, iron and steel, naphtha crackers, puip and paper, petrochemicals, petroleum refineries, sugar, textile.

 

 

Annexure 2-Nomenclature

 

HSD                                         High Speed Diesel

LDO                                         Light Diesel Oil

LSHS                                        Low Sulphur Heavy Stock

LSFO                                        Low Sulphur Purnace Oil

C                                              Coal

B                                              Biomass

E                                              Electricity

C/I                                           Coal Imported

C/F                                          Indian Coal Grade F

NG                                           Natural Gas

PNG                                         Piped Natural Gas

CNG                                         Compressed Natural Gas

FO                                           Furnace Oil

LPG                                          Liquefied Petroleum Gas

SC                                            Standard Cubic Metre (15 C and 1.01325 bar)                      

KL                                            Kilo Litre

Million                                     Ten (10) lakh          

ENERGY CONSERVATION TABLE AND SAMPLE CALCULATION FOR ANNUAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN TERMS OF MTOE.

Sr. No.

 

 

 

1.

1Kwh

 

860 Kcal

2.

1kg Coal/Coke

Gross calorific value as per suppliers (Coal Company’s) latest Certificate

3.

1kg Charcoal

 

6900 kcal or as per supplier certificate

4.

1kg Furnace Oil/ Residual Feul Oil/ low Sulphur Heavy Stock-Naptha

10,050 kcal (density = 0.9337 kg/Litre) or as per supplier certificate.

5.

High Speed Diesel

11840 kcal (density = 0.8263 kg/Litre) or as per supplier certificate.

6.

1kg Petrol

11200 kcal (density = 0.8263 kg/Litre) or as per supplier certificate.

7.

1kg Kerosene

11,110 kcal (density of SKO = 0.7782 kg/Litre) or as per supplier certificate.

8.

1m3 Natural Gas

8,000 to 10,500 kcal or as per Supplier Certificate

9.

Other fuels or Waste material or by products used as a fuel

Gross Calorific value as per the Certificate from Central/ State Govt. approved laboratory.

 

·         For the purpose of this table, 1Kg of oil equivalent =           10,000 kcal

1 metric tonne of oil equivalent (MTOE)                  =          10X106 Kcal

 

 

 

Assumption: - Annual Energy Consumption figure

 

A.             ELECTRICITY

 

(i)                       Purchased -- 2200 Lakh kWh/Yr

 

                        MTOE Equivalent = 2200 X 105 X 860= 1892 X 102 Million K Cal.

 

                         = 1892 X 106               = 18920 MTOE

                                    10X106

(ii)                                 Own Generation

 

-          Through D.G. Set

-          Power Generation = 288 lakh kwh/yr

-          Diesel Consumption= 7565 K.L.

 

Note:-   MTOE will be calculated for Diesel input to generator, not for the power                                                 generation from generator

 

                                MTOE Equivalent             =             7565 KL (Density      = 0.8263 kg/Lit)

                                                                                =             7565 X 103X 0.8263 = 6251 X 103 Kg

                                                                                =             6251 X 103 X 11840 = 74011 Million Kcal

                                                                                =             74011 X 106                     = 7401 MTOE

                                                                                                10 X 106    

 

 

 

 

 

(iii)                             Co-generation

 

 

 

Parallelogram: TURBINE

BOILER

 
                Fuel                                                                                               Power             

               
   
     
 
 
 
 


                                                                                                                               

               

 

Coal= 80.000 T/Yr

G.C.V= 5000 Kcal/Kg                                                                       Condensing

                                                                                                                Extraction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note: - MTOE will be calculated for fuel input to the boiler, not for the power generation                 from turbine, similar approach may be deployed for calculating MTOE in Gas                 turbine.

 

 

MTOE Equivalent             =             80.000 X 103 X 5000

                                                =             40 X 10 10 K-cal

                                                =             40 X 10 10              =40,000 MTOE

                                                                10 X 106

 

B.              Direct fuel fired Equipment such as Boilers, ovens, dryers, furnaces and other equipments

 

Annual furnace oil consumption in furnace

 

                                = 5000 KL (Density = 0.9337 Kg/Lit)

                                = 5000 X 103 X .9337= 4668 X 103 Kg

                                = 4668 X 103 X 10,050

                                                                                10 X 106

 

                                                                =4691 MTOE

 

Note:

 

(i)                  If fuel is used as raw material, it should not be considered for calculating MTOE.  For example, natural gas is being used as raw material as well as fuel in fertilizer plan.  The quantity of Natural Gas used as a raw material may be deducted.

(ii)                For chlor alkali manufacturing process process.  Hydrogen is generated as a by product and is being used as a fuel, may be considered as a fuel input.

(iii)               In some process liquid and solid waste is being generated having a substantial heating value for example in wood based paper industry black liquor and saw dust is generated as a by products and used for process steam generation, may be considered as a fuel input.