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1 March 12, 2008 India Habitat Centre

2 Provide platform for scientists, technologists, policy makers & industrialists to share ideas and information on research and development efforts related to: Futuristic trends on Fuels and Lubricants Identifying areas of future research ISFL Objectives

3 ISFL Journey so far : Themes 2004 Fuels and Lubricants: Emerging Alternatives 1997 Emerging Technologies in Fuels and Lubricants 2002 Fuels and Lubricants: Exploring New Horizons 2006 Fuels and Lubricants: Technological Innovations and Environmental Concerns 2000 Fuels and Lubricants for Next Millennium ISFL-2008 Fuels and Lubricants: Evolving Trends for Sustainable Development 2004 Fuels and Lubricants: Emerging Alternatives 1997 Emerging Technologies in Fuels and Lubricants 2002 Fuels and Lubricants: Exploring New Horizons 2006 Fuels and Lubricants: Technological Innovations and Environmental Concerns 2000 Fuels and Lubricants for Next Millennium ISFL-2008 Fuels and Lubricants: Evolving Trends for Sustainable Development

4 Plenary Exhibition Events Panel Discussions Press Meet Technical & Poster Sessions IOC R&D Foundation day Inaugural Cultural Events Valedictory ISFL-2008

5 Press Meet March 9, 2008 Over 50 representatives from print and electronic media attended the press meet Director(R&D) welcomed & addressed the media Chairman & Functional Directors of IndianOil responded to media queries Lot of inquisitive questions on lube quality commensurate with changing fuel, emission norms and waste management

6 ISFL-2008 Inaugural Session March 10, hrs Inauguration of ISFL-2008 by Shri Dinsha Patel Honble Minister of State of Petroleum & Natural Gas

7 ISFL-2008 Inaugural Session March 10, 2008, hrs Director (R&D), IndianOil - Welcome address –Apprised the delegates about the origin and evolution of ISFL –Emphasized for developing breakthrough technologies for cleaner production of hydrogen and reducing the carbon foot prints Chairman, IndianOil - Theme Address –Innovations through sustained R&D – the only way to thrive in competitive environment –Energy security and sustainable growth as crucial issues for India –A renewed engagement with society and innovative thinking required for sustainable growth

8 ISFL-2008 Inaugural Session March 10, 2008, hrs Shri Dinsha Patel, Honble MOS, MoP&NG – Inaugural Address –According to an estimate, the world energy consumption will increase from current level of 200 million barrels per day to about 400 million barrels per day by 2050 –Need for appropriate strategies for controlling GHG emissions and reduced environment loading –Outlined NELP policy for steps to increase indigenous oil and gas production –Slimily of Samundra Manthan and churning of ideas for more Amrit

9 ISFL-2008 INAUGURATION OF POSTER SESSION March 10, 2008, hrs Shri Dinsha Patel Honble Minister of State for Petroleum & Natural Gas Three well structured Poster Sessions on March 10, 11 and 12, 2008 conducted 46 Technical Posters displayed

10 ISFL-2008 Inauguration of Exhibition March 10, 2008, hrs Shri Dinsha Patel Honble Minister of State for Petroleum & Natural Gas

11 ISFL 2008 EXHIBITORS Participation by 14 organizations ALLIANCE TECKNOLOGIES LABINDIA INSTRUMENTS PVT. LTD. LABCON SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS PID ENG & TECH - SPAIN JV SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS PVT. LTD. ELICO MARKETING PVT. LTD. INDIAN OIL CORPORATION LTD. ACE INSTRUMENTS – SARBI PETROTECH-2009 AVL INDIA PVT. LTD. EDEN ENERGY (I) PVT. LTD. SKF OSTERREICH AG SG INSTRUMENTS TRIBOTECH TECHNOLOGIES PVT. LTD.

12 36 th IOC R&D Foundation Day March 10, 2008 at hrs Speaker Dr. A.P. J. Abdul Kalam Honble former President of India

13 ISFL-2008 IndianOil R&D Foundation Day March 10, 2008, hrs Overview of energy scenario and future growth Crude oil may be US$ 200 per barrel by 2020 Need for alternative energy resources e.g. Solar, Nuclear and Bio-resources options discussed Need for having complete value chain from Jatropha plantation to bio-diesel distribution by Indian Oil companies Asked oil PSUs to invest US$ 1 billion for Jatropha plantation

14 ISFL-2008 IndianOil R&D Foundation Day March 10, 2008, hrs Agenda for IndianOil and its R&D: –To become 3 rd largest oil company from 20 th position by 2015 –To scale up fortune 500 rating to 50 th position from currently 135 th position –To enhance meaningful R&D budget from current Rs 100 crores to Rs 1200 crores by 2015 –To strive for high cetane diesel production from Algae –To research for developing various sources of energy

15 Dr S. Kent Hoekman, DRI, USA –Overview of advanced energy initiatives in USA –20-in-10 plan in USA launched for enhancing share of Alternative fuels upto 20% in 10 years –Corn and Soyabean oils identified as feedstock for ethanol and bio-diesel respectively in USA –Ethanol replaced 4% of gasoline market and bio-diesel captured 1% diesel market –R&D efforts needed for cellulosic ethanol and algae bio-diesel ISFL-2008 Plenary Session-I March 10, 2008, hrs

16 Dr Thomas Joseph, Air Products –Hydrogen fuel dispensing stations –Stress on well to wheel efficiency and minimizing GHG emissions –H-CNG fleet can have first move advantage in introducing hydrogen –Need for proper codes, standards and safety measures for handling hydrogen –Shared infrastructure like energy Park can make hydrogen as viable alternative fuel –Central Hydrogen production with Pipeline distribution results in maximum efficiency ISFL-2008 Plenary Session-I March 10, 2008, hrs

17 Dr Shankar Prasad, CARB (Paper read by Dr R.K. Malhotra) –Provided international energy outlook –Data on California Air quality improvements –Ozone and particulate matter standards –Evolution of CARB auto controls –Increasing economic growth should be with efficient use of energy

18 ISFL-2008 Plenary Session-II March 11, 2008, hrs Dr Owen Wyrley Birch, Lubrizol –Aim to improve air quality and reduce reliance on fossil fuel –Evolving trends on the following issues Air quality Changing vehicle park Focus on CO 2 Change in fuel –India likely to be place for design and manufacturing of automobiles in 10 years –Pros and cons of bio-diesel w.r.t. CO 2, emission, stability and fuel dilution –Lubricant technology road map for EURO IV

19 ISFL-2008 Plenary Session-II March 11, 2008, hrs Prof Hugh A. Spikes (Read by Prof S.K. Biswas) –Nano-technology and Nano-tribology Understanding of matter at nm or at molecular level Study of cluster of atoms and molecules –Discussed various techniques for studying at nano level e.g. AFM, Ultra thin film interferrometry, surface force apparatus etc. –Discussed various types of Nano additives e.g. Fullerenes, MoS2, WS2, borates, phosphates for lubricants Cerium oxide nano partciles for fuels for better combustion Prof S.K. Biswas, IISc –Physics of emulsions –Mechanism of hydrolysis of PEG esters –Explained interactions of sodium oleate with aliphatic oil in lubricating steel and its effect on friction

20 ISFL-2008 Plenary Session-III March 12, 2008, hrs Dr. Ton van den Brule, Criterion, USA –Limited oil reserves with middle east as major resource –Crude getting heavier and sour –Alternate fuels – the options alongwith GTL, CTL and hydrogen –Global fuel quality issues –Challenges in hydro-processing –Hydrotreating will continue to play an important role for meeting global needs Dr. Gary M. Sieli, Lumus Technology, USA –High price of crude oil and increasing demand –Coke to distillates – A major challenge –Process commercialized for converting residues into high valued materials

21 ISFL-2008 Plenary Session-III March 12, 2008, hrs Dr. K.S. Balaraman, CHT, India –Challenges of Indian refinery industry –Synergy between refinery and petrochemicals –Benchmarking of refineries –Plans for performance improvement of refineries

22 PANEL DISCUSSION – I Theme: ENERGY EFFICIENT & LONG DRAIN LUBRICANTS Hall: Stein Auditorium March 11, 2008 (1030 – 1200 hrs) Chairpersons: Dr. R. A. Rao, Consultant Dr. S. P. Srivastava, Consultant EXPERT PANEL Mr. M. Kumbhani, Lubrizol India Pvt Ltd Mr. N. Rajan, Wartsila India Dr. Eric W. Schneider, General Motors- R&D, USA Mr. A. Chatterjee, ED (Lubes), IndianOil (M) Dr. K. P. Naithani, General Manager, IndianOil R&D

23 Salient points discussed Panel Discussion – I contd.. Advancement in Lubricant Additive Technology – Global scenario Gas engine lubricants New standards for measuring fuel economy Indian lubricant business challenges Trends in Grease Technology

24 PANEL DISCUSSION – II Theme: CLEAN FUELS – GREEN ENVIRONMENT Venue: Stein Auditorium March 12, 2008 (1430 – 1600 hrs) Chairpersons: Mr. M. B. Lal, Chairman SAC, MoP&NG Mr. Anand Kumar, Dir (R&D), IndianOil EXPERT PANEL Dr. Mathew Abraham, M&M Mr. R. C. Hutcheson, CONCAWE Ms. Anumita Roychowdhury, CSE Dr. S. Kent Hoekman, DRI, USA Mr. David Moxam, CEO, Authentix Dr. B. Sengupta, CPCB Dr. R.K. Malhotra, Executive Director, IndianOil R&D

25 Salient points discussed Panel Discussion – II contd.. Roadmap for Auto Fuel Policy implementation Clean Fuels – Green Environment: The Emission Challenge for stringent emissions Gaseous Vs Liquid Fuels – Options for Clean Environment Bio-fuels – Status and Options Bio-markers for checking Fuel Adulteration Hydrogen as a fuel – way forward Development of new engine designs for alternative fuels and stringent emission norms

26 Technical Sessions

27 516 Delegates attended ISFL papers and Representation from 20 Countries ISFL-2008 Technical Papers 18 Technical Sessions in 3 Parallel Halls Details ISFL-2008 OverseasIndian Plenary Lecture 5 4 Keynote Papers 194 Oral Papers 1733 Poster Papers 442 TOTAL4583

28 ISFL Foreign Delegates from 19 foreign Countries China (1) Sweden (1) Germany (6) UK (7) USA (21)Pakistan (1) Venezuela (3) Canada (1) Italy (3) Singapore (4) Turkey (1) Austria (3) UAE (3) Hong Kong (1) Sri Lanka (4) Japan (1) Spain ((3) S. Africa(3) Netherlands (1)

29 TECHNICAL SESSIONS REFINING TECHNOLOGY (4 sessions) Sky rocketing crude prices, deteriorating quality and ever increasing product demand emerged as future challenges Development of Bio-desulfurization technologies Maximization of middle distillates besides gasoline and LPG while meeting the environmental concerns of all the products Development and commercialization of specific catalysts to meet above challenges

30 TECHNICAL SESSIONS contd.. FUTURISTIC FUELS & EMISSIONS (6 sessions) Role of multi-functional additives for superior energy efficiency and reduction of GHG emissions New test methods for evaluations of MFA in modern design engine development Role of nano technology for hydrogen production in efficient and economical way Safety aspects of Hythane (mixture of hydrogen and methane) Use of Bio-markers to maintain the quality of fuels and to control the menace of adulteration practices

31 TECHNICAL SESSIONS contd.. LUBRICANTS TECHNOLOGY (5 sessions) Fuel dilution is key issue with bio-diesel Oil drain period remains the primary requirement of customer & environment Differentiated lubricant formulations required to validate lab results in on-road applications Multigrade gear oil options with lower viscometrics are preferred New concept of bio-stable metal working fluids for longer drain intervals Process of production of superior quality basestocks (API group II / III) discussed in detail

32 TECHNICAL SESSIONS SPECIAL SESSIONS WITH TECHNICAL SOCIETIES (3 sessions) Latest developments on greases for special applications with longer life Recent trends on gas engine emissions in USA & other parts of world A laboratory assessment technique was presented to study the impact of fuel asphalt on detergency of Trunk Piston engine oils Application of slow speed wear in gears for studying performance of oil in boundary lubrication regime dealt in detail Latest tribology testing of lubricating oils and effect of nano additives on Oils

33 ISFL Awards AWARDS BEST ORAL PRESENTATIONS - 3 BEST TECHNICAL PAPERS - 3 BEST EXHIBITORS - 2 BEST POSTERS - 3

34 ISFL-2008 Glimpses of Social Networking Evening

35 ISFL-2008 Special Lecture March 11, 2008, hrs Sustainable Development through Self Management `Swami Sukhabodhananda Ji Founder Chairman of Prasanna Trust Mesmerized the audience with his inspiring address gave three mantras for shedding ego to grow up rather than growing old: Anandlahri – waves of joy Premlahri – waves of love Saundaryalahri – waves of beauty

36 Major Research Areas Identified Technologies with least carbon foot print for sustained development Economic development not necessarily with increase in energy consumption – emphasis on energy efficiency Multi pronged approach for tapping energy from various sources Second generation Bio-fuels from lignocellulosic biomass and algae etc. Development of hydrogen economy through H-CNG, neat hydrogen in IC engines and fuel cells

37 Major Research Areas Identified Utilization of Heavy and Sour crude oils while meeting challenges of higher fuel quality standards Upgradation of residue for increased middle distillate production Production of high value products such as petrochemical feedstock Integration of coker for hydro-processing / cat-cracking for improved refinery margins Benchmarking of refineries in terms of GRM Gasification of residue and pet coke for power and steam generation

38 Major Research Areas Identified Marker system development for fuels and lubricants Augmentation of low performance tier engine oils for extended drain intervals Oxidative stable lubricants for bio-fueled vehicles New generation lubricants for gas based engines Bio-stable semi-synthetic metal working fluids for longer emulsion life Nano tribology as enabler for new generation lubricants Food grade lubricants

39 th International Symposium on Fuels & Lubricants – ISFL-2008 In association with Sponsors

40 ……I wish you well and so I take my leave I pray you know me when we meet again… William Shakespeare

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