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Bangladesh - Energy assessment status report (Inglês)

The major energy problems in Bangladesh are the high cost of oil imports to meet the country's energy needs, about 60 percent of export earnings in recent years, and declining resources of wood and other traditional fuels estimated to supply roughly two-thirds of total energy consumption. This status report briefly outlines significant developments in the energy sector that have occurred since 1981, and in particular the actions taken by the Government of Bangladesh (GOB) to implement major recommendations made by the Energy Assessment of 1982. The report also reviews ongoing technical assistance to the energy sector by the international donor community and identifies some of the priorities for further technical assistance to the energy sector.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    1984/04/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento do Programa de Assistência à Gestão do Setor de Energia (ESMAP)

  • No. do relatório

    ESM15

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Bangladesh,

  • Região

    Sul da Ásia,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Bangladesh - Energy assessment status report

  • Palavras-chave

    Energy Sector;rural and renewable energy;civil service remuneration;efficiency of energy use;long run marginal cost;monthly consumption;recoverable gas reserve;electric power sector;petroleum product demand;transmission and distribution;public sector energy;public sector investment;renewable energy development;renewable energy planning;primary energy demand;average tariff increase;cost of supply;cost of service;industrial energy conservation;cost of gas;natural gas demand;gas demand projection;exploration and development;provision of equipment;natural gas use;traditional energy resource;traditional energy use;renewable energy work;domestic natural gas;foreign private capital;security of supply;renewable energy demand;solar water heating;natural gas development;wind energy resource;energy pricing policy;energy supply option;finance and planning;compressed natural gas;energy sector planning;technical assistance program;future energy need;international donor agencies;gross electricity generation;international oil company;data processing center;power loss reduction;gas distribution system;foreign oil company;energy sector development;capital goods import;production sharing contracts;seismic survey;total energy;power outage;market potential;gas field;commercial energy;power tariff;data bank;rural area;gas utilization;investment program;irrigation pump;gas pricing;export earnings;multilateral agency;petroleum demand;increasing costs;bulk consumers;import parity;Gas Pipeline;tariff level;diesel oil;opportunity cost;energy investment;financial resource;naphtha splitter;hydrocarbon exploration;residential consumer;information base;bilateral agency;financial system;forestry sector;wood resource;supply management;legal framework;ongoing study;promotion program;power supply;fuelwood use;employment opportunities;employment opportunity;prefeasibility study;seismic data;load forecast;transmission network;hydropower generation;supply cost;price adjustment;bulk tariff;thermal generation;monthly charge;gas tariff;electricity tariff;automatic fuel;oil exploration;forestry development;Clearing houses;donor meeting;modern technology;energy balance;jet fuel;excise duty;medium voltage;power theft;energy loss;administrative procedure;minimum charge;meter reading;foreign exchange;power station;analytical tool;maximum extent;Investment priorities;investment priority;village forest;exploratory well;bilateral aid;donor community;exploration drilling;Gas Export;oil companies;potential investor;work design;statistical table;tariff structure;energy problem;incentive structure;oil import;investment requirement;petrochemical feedstock;traditional fuel;long-term training;resource base;engineering study;petroleum reserve;production facility;hydropower potential;cubic feet;energy deficit;alternative use;energy requirement;tree planting;assessment mission;fertilizer production;greater aid;engineering service;aid agency;electricity distribution;consumer cooperative;data gathering;hydrocarbon sector;capacity utilization;energy allocation;cooperative program;computer facility;managerial skill;foreign refinery;expansion plan;power system;petroleum import;road transport;generation capacity;conservation program;excessive consumption;representative sample;gas loss;gas transmission;oil refinery;export performance;external assistance;defective meters;tariff proposal;Advisory services;physical protection;trigger mechanism;industry target;coal use;production area;charcoal production;external funding;energy assessment;automatic trigger;forestry resource;economic efficiency;biomass technology;long-term planning;pilot activities;wood burning;donor assistance;solar pump;brick kiln;retail tariff;tobacco industry;charitable institution;ongoing research;agreed time;pipeline route;local power;audit work;energy audits;overseas training;Small Hydro;measuring equipment;crop dryer;Solar Thermal;

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