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Bangladesh - Energy Efficiency and Refinery Rehabilitation Project (anglais)

The project would support GOB's efforts to: (a) reduce the level of petroleum imports; (b) initiate energy conservation activities; and (c) carry out pre-investment studies as a basis for exploiting the country's natural gas reserves. The project would comprise: (a) equipment, materials and related engineering services for the rehabilitation of the ERL refinery facilities in Chittagong to increase capacity utilization and a study to determine further modifications required to improve the refinery's yield pattern; (b) technical assistance to improve the accounting, financial and management information systems (MIS) of BPC; (c) the development of an energy conservation/diversification program to improve the efficiency of energy use in the industrial sector; (d) feasibility studies on gas-based export-oriented projects to lay as a basis for exploiting the foreign exchange potential of the country's natural gas; and (e) research and development on possible uses of natural gas-derived methanol as a blend in middle distillate petroleum products.

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  • Date du document

    1983/04/30

  • Type de document

    Mémorandum et recommandation du Président

  • Numéro du rapport

    P3529

  • Volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Pays

    Bangladesh,

  • Région

    Asie du Sud,

  • Date de publication

    2010/06/24

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Titre du rapport

    Bangladesh - Energy Efficiency and Refinery Rehabilitation Project

  • Mots clé

    balance of payment;petroleum fuel;efficiency of energy use;barrels per stream day;total natural gas consumption;commercial energy consumption;petroleum product;energy conservation;liquefied petroleum gas;free universal primary education;efficient use of energy;consumption do;per capita energy consumption;increase in energy price;terms of trade;energy efficiency component;industrial sector;foreign exchange;project feasibility studies;industrial energy conservation;foreign exchange risk;external resource;debt service ratio;population growth rate;high yielding variety;natural gas reserves;export earning;export earnings;consumer price index;local currency expenditure;long gestation period;decline in investment;public finance situation;foreign private capital;fuel oil price;crude oil procurement;energy conservation investments;Public Sector Enterprises;public sector expenditure;net reproduction rate;current account deficit;debt service payment;transmission and distribution;commercial energy use;expansion of irrigation;oil import bill;natural gas usage;debt management policy;commercial energy supply;basket of currency;external public debt;total debt service;domestic natural gas;rapid population growth;foreign exchange rate;energy demand management;petroleum product market;condition of effectiveness;production of gas;form of kerosene;energy conservation measure;Foreign Exchange Reserve;consumption of energy;industrial policy reform;source of fuel;agricultural and food;official exchange rate;technical assistance program;availability of resource;restrictions on imports;natural gas liquid;total tax revenue;consumption growth rate;foreign exchange position;long term debt;rehabilitation component;energy audits;Energy Sector;credit effectiveness;export price;jute goods;credit proceeds;refined product;resource constraint;Power Generation;local costs;capacity utilization;resource availability;gas field;engineering service;import program;external aid;project costing;investment program;fertilizer import;biomass fuel;foreign research;cubic feet;aid disbursement;import price;budgetary problem;jute industry;concessional term;agricultural input;chemical product;energy planning;domestic inflation;large consumer;energy assessment;cash surplus;Birth Control;textile industry;management fee;cumulative effect;fish product;conversion facility;oil exploration;heavily dependent;urban agricultural policy;energy policies;petroleum use;annual saving;domestic crop;tax measure;Gas Pipeline;inflation level;fuel substitution;incentive structure;increased demand;budget deficit;extension service;development study;diversification program;safe handling;middle management;medium-term development;toxicity level;ration system;overseas training;parent company;rice crop;Government Procurements;oil refinery;operational efficiency;research effort;local contractor;food price;preventive maintenance;energy investment;principal source;Electric Power;holding company;refinery fuel;government budget;local counterpart;credit ceiling;large bank;currency swap;short-term borrowing;import duty;sales tax;short-term debt;short-term deposit;commercial borrowing;sale price;petroleum price;government revenue;petroleum companies;Exchange Rates;fertilizer industry;investment need;Bank Credit;policy-making process;management responsibility;rehabilitation program;commercial import;domestic liquidity;spot market;contractual arrangement;domestic refining;net payment;external reserve;long-term debt;petroleum refining;commodity aid;mass literacy;regular monitoring;energy situation;oil reserve;loan accounting;draft form;production target;organizational deficiencies;energy development;groundwater resource;fertilizer use;investment portfolio;budgetary position;ration price;fertilizer price;product price;indirect taxation;local funds;Vocational Training;trained manpower;bureaucratic procedure;gas utilization;rural area;cow dung;agricultural waste;hydropower potential;local initiative;imported inputs

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