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Dhaka Wednesday,  Oct 4, 2023

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The pandemic will change the world forever. Like the fall of the Berlin Wall or the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the coronavirus pandemic is a world-shattering event whose far-ranging consequences we can only begin to imagine today. The World Health Organization (WHO) has declared a global pandemic which is known as COVID-19 that has spread to at least 170 countries and territories, killing more than 34,000 people and infecting more... »
The world’s oil and gas explorers powered ahead and discovered 12.2 billion barrels of oil equivalent (boe) in 2019, the highest volume since 2015, according to estimates from Rystad Energy. Last year recorded 26 discoveries of more than 100 million boe, with offshore regions dominating the list of new oil and gas deposits. Guyana’s success story from 2018 continued in 2019, with ExxonMobil adding four new discoveries within its offshore... »
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimates that the world consumed 96.92 million barrels per day in 2016, with the top 10 consumers accounting for 60 percent of the total consumption. That’s nearly 100 million barrels per day. At today’s average oil price of $60 per barrel for Brent crude, that’s $5.8 billion consumed. Every. Day. The top three oil consumers—the United States (20%), China (13%), and India (5%) account for... »
Astronomers have taken the first ever image of a black hole, which is located in a distant galaxy. It measures 40 billion km across – three million times the size of the Earth – and has been described by scientists as “a monster”. The black hole is 500 million trillion km away and was photographed by a network of eight telescopes across the world. Details have been published today in... »
Bangladesh needs achieving sustainable energy security (seamless supply of quality power and energy on uninterruptible basis at affordable cost for all citizen) for achieving the national vision of developing and developed economy status. SDG7 is affordable , reliable , sustainable and clean energy supply to all citizen. Government information states of 20,854 MW installed capacity of power generation including 2800 MW off grid captive power generation and 1160 MW import... »
For modern businesses to become successful, it is imperative to continuously execute more and more tasks in a resource-constrained environment. However, while striving to cut costs and optimize production, companies should not overlook the basic principles and new trends in the field of labor protection. Today occupational injuries place a heavy burden on every employer. According to an International Labor Organization (ILO) estimate, about 2.3 million women and men around... »
Mushfiqur Rahman: Rupantarita Prakritic Gas Company Limited (RPGCL), a subsidiary of Petrobangla, is responsible for import and supply of imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the country. Re-gasified LNG supply is conducted through a Floating Storage and Re-gasification Unit (FSRU) at Moheshkhali, Cox’s Bazar. The FSRU has been installed and being operated by the US company Excelerate Energy within the scope of an agreement with Petrobangla. A second FSRU of... »
In the last decade, power generation in the country has increased by four times while electricity demand is also increasing day by day. In this situation, the government has taken some initiatives to increase electricity generation capacity by saving energy. Electricity users of residential areas can reduce their electric bill in various ways. Here are some tips. Stay in the limited slab: According to the electricity usage, there are different... »
The success of the power sector is clouded by primary energy crisis. The government failed to generate power having adequate capacity as demand due to fuel crisis, resulted it unable to harvest the great success. “Without farther extraction of gas or coal, primary energy crisis will go on, but we are hopeful about the deep sea resources, we are trying to start work in offshore for searching primary energy. Power... »
The much-talked-about disappearance of 1.42 lakh tonnes of coal from three yards of Barapukuria Coal Mining Company Ltd (BCMCL) seems only to be tip of the iceberg concerning years of malpractice in the state-run entity which is currently under probe. The Independent found that since the beginning of its operation in 2005, the BCMCL has never shown the actual amount of coal available in the yards to account for the... »