Energy industry experts Thursday said that with the total consumption of hydrocarbon energy growing every year, there is an urgent need to conserve natural resources of oil and gas as much as possible.
Addressing in the valedictory function of Oil and Gas Conservation Fortnight, the State level Co-ordinator of Oil Industry, Indrojit Bose, said that by successfully applying the process, India could save not only the resources but also money which could be put into other infrastructural developments.
"The impact of conserving gases will impact the future economy," he said. "In this process we engaged more and more school children and college goers to spread our message."
Bose added that the Eastern region consumption of bulk diesel is approximately 80,000 tonnes, while the ratio of West Bengal is 35,000 tonnes.
He noted that the transportation sector consumes the largest part of the entire oil and gas energy.
He also notified that less than 3 lakhs connections out of the total 17 lakhs connections in West Bengal have been blocked so far due to not furnishing the essential documents. He reminded that there will be one gas in each kitchen.