Ensuring greater participation of local communities and state Governments in Exploration and Production activities in NE areas

Ensuring greater participation of local communities and state Governments in Exploration and Production activities in NE areas
Last Date Jul 01,2016 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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Sustainable Exploitation of oil and gas potential of the North East region could be a harbinger of economic prosperity for the people of the region. Presently there seems to be a ...

Sustainable Exploitation of oil and gas potential of the North East region could be a harbinger of economic prosperity for the people of the region. Presently there seems to be a disconnect between the local communities and the Exploration and Production (E&P) operators in the region. This seems to be discouraging E&P activities in the region thereby reducing the number of takers for operations in the region. Although the Govt. of India has been taking several initiatives to promote E&P in the NER, it is essential to make the local communities an important stakeholder in the process.

Suggestions are invited from the public which could encourage people's participation in these activities.

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Debasish Nayak 3 years 2 months ago

Respecter sir,
I m Debasish , from (Chandbali, bhadrak, Odisha)
First of all, I salute u from my heart for ur sleepless hard working for development of poor people by implemented ur very good scheme like Ujjwala Yojana,Pahal yojana(DBT).
Completion of Paradeep Refinery is urs another great success for helping to huge job creation'
srfly want to inform u, ous state govt. hv been fails creating job in 15 years' my Qs- hv any plan or scheme of ur dpt. to implemen in our state to create max.job

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pushkar bhat 3 years 2 months ago

For community support for E&P activities in NE the effective utilization of the production royalties for local community development specially capacity development is critical. This capacity creation among local youth will create employment and entrepreneurship opportunities in the region. Current practices don't allow the community to decide on how this money should be invested. In most cases the money is siphoned away to other parts of the country.

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Rajendra Golegaonkar 3 years 3 months ago

why don't we use concentrated solar thermal power plants at district of group of village level ? low cost and effective decentralized power...

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Jayesh Kulkarni 3 years 3 months ago

sir
their is only 1 way to promot Industrial Production
Reduce Bank Loan Rate of interest. ....
avoid Govt Subsidies
it will automatically increase in Industrial action

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Jayesh Kulkarni 3 years 3 months ago

sir
their is only 1 way to promot Industrial Production
Reduce Bank Loan Rate of interest. ....
avoid Govt Subsidies
it will automatically increase in Industrial action

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Virendra Kumar Rathi 3 years 3 months ago

Daily green waste from vegetables and fruit peels, grass cut in parks and tree leaves are either thrown away with other wastes or burnt in the open. If we make a rule that every public park and gram panchayat will have a compost pits and the trash collectors are to be paid a nominal amount for delivering green waste, it will encourage them to collect and supply to compost pit. The compost prepared should be sold out to commercially to farmers thus recovering paid outs.MANREGA may be used for it.

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Ankush_128 3 years 3 months ago

...continued from previous. The villages and communities such as those in the North East can have such energy servers installed by the government. Then the communities can sell their waste as fuel for the servers. Meanwhile the servers will generate electricity to power their homes relieving pressure on the grid as excess energy can be sold back to the grid. Thia way the communitys economy grows and consequently the countrys. Even corporates and SEZ can use these servers reducing demand on grid.

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Ankush_128 3 years 3 months ago

No offence but this is silly...why would anyone want to exploit oil reserves when humans will run out of it by 2070? We have already exploited our planet to the extreme and still pushing. A more reasonable alternative is alternative energy. There is a company called Bloom Energy based in the US that has used sophisticated fuel cell technologies using waste biogas (methane, a byproduct of waste decomposition) or CNG to generate electricity...continued...

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Bala M 3 years 3 months ago

Last week I went to Vellingiri hills near Coimbatore. I was able to walk in the hills for the entire night with the help of enjoying the moon light. If we switch off street lights for 3 days during the full moon of each month, we can be able to safe 10% total energy spend on street lights per year. Also people will enjoy the moon light too.

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Vinayak Shankarrao Khare 3 years 4 months ago

We can instill confidence and develop bond with locals if regional students are picked up and trained at IIM Dhanbad and post them in their home state for E&P activities. We can increase intake at Dhanbad and offer extra seats to them. NE geology is unique and needs specialised training. Also oil revenue sharing must be in favor of NE states for infrastructure development, better health facilities, and for setting up of AIIMs hospitals/medical college in NE states.