Mineral oil is any of various colorless, odorless, light mixtures of higher alkanes from a mineralsource, particularly a distillate of petroleum, as distinct from usually edible vegetable oils. ... Most often, mineral oil is a liquid by-product of refiningcrude oil to make gasoline and other petroleum products.
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However, a developing country’s access to oil can also affect the power relationship between a government and its people. In some countries, having access to oil can lead government to be less democratic—a situation nicknamed a “petro-dictatorship.” Russia, Nigeria, and Iran have all been accused of having petro-authoritarian regimes.
Brahmaputra valley of north-east India.
Barmer area of Rajasthan.
Gujarat coast in western India.
Cauvery on-shore basin in Tamil Nadu.
Andhra Pradesh has both on-shore and offshore oil reserves.
Oldest oil producing state in India
The main oil bearing strata extend for a distance of 320 km in upper Assam along the Brahmaputra valley.
Oilfields of Assam are relatively inaccessible and are distantly located from the main consuming areas.
Oil from Assam is therefore, refined mostly in the refineries located at Digboi, Guwahati, Bongaigaon, Barauni and
The Digboi field
Tipam hills, Dibrugarh districtOldest oil field of India
The Naharkatiya field
Left bank of Burhi Dihing river32 km southwest of Digboi
Oil from this area is sent to oil refineries at Noonamati in Assam (443 km) and Barauni in Bihar (724 km) through pipeline.
The Moran-Hugrijan field
40 km south-west of Naharkatiya
Ankleshwar, Khambhat or Lunej, Ahmedabad and Kalol, Nawgam, Kosamba, Kathana, Barkol, Mahesana and Sanand are important oilfields of this region.
Ankleshwar: Oil from this field is sent to refineries at Trombay and Koyali.
One of the largest inland oil discoveries was made in Banner district of Rajasthan.
Other important discoveries == Mangala oil field, Sarswati and Rajeshwari.
Rajasthan is the largest on shore oil producing state of India.
Off-Shore Production in India
Mumbai High, Bassein and Aliabet.
Mumbai High: 1974; rock strata of Miocene age.
Sagar Samrat, Bassein: south of Mumbai High.
Aliabet: Aliabet island in the Gulf of Khambhat.
The basin and delta regions of the Godawari, the Krishna and the Cauvery rivers hold great potential for oil and gas production.
The Rawa field in Krishna-Godawari off-shore basin is an important one.
The Narimanam and Kovilappal oilfields in the Cauvery on-shore basin are also important.
2. For industrial power
3. For heating and lighting
4.And for petro- chemical industry.
In power stations where diesel is used to produce electricity,
For smooth running of machines, in which lubricating oil is used,
For domestic and lightning purposes in which kerosene is used,
For the construction of metal roads in which tar is used,
For the manufacturing of candles and pharmaceuticals in which paraffin and Vaseline are used.
uses for mineral oil:
Mineral oil, serves as a fuel, a lubricant, an illuminant and a raw material for a wide range of industries.
The byproducts of Mineral Oil are many and used in the chemical, pharmaceutical, textile and many other industries. It is the feed-stock for number of useful petro-chemicals. They are of great uses of mankind.
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