Network of oil- Krishna Variya & Drashta Gyayak

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OIL has become one of the most important necessity in our daily life. India spend almost 64.4 billion dollars per year for almost 202.1 million tons of crude oil. India import 81% of crude oil from other countries and 19 % of oil we get from from India .So from where such a huge amount of oil comes to our country and how it comes all through to our vehicle to answer this question we researched the networking of an oil.

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There are many countries from where India takes oil but in a raw form that is crude oil, large amount of oil comes from Saudi Arabia and many Middle East countries. The transportation is through shipping. The raw material of oil comes from many countries and collects at different ports which are near to that country. This crude oil is then transferred from ports that to refineries.

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There are many refineries in Gujarat like Jamnagar, Bharoch, Vadodara etc. and from there it comes to Ahmedabad. Ahmedabad has lots of storage ports from where it transfers to petrol pumps and then it comes to our vehicle.

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This website is a compilation of work done by students of INDUS University, Ahmedabad. The course was a two week long module where they engaged with mapping and unfloding the many layers of small public spaces in Ahmedabad city. This course was taught by Mansi Shah

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