Gas Crisis in Bangladesh

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Table of Contents
1. Introduction.2
1.1. Background of the Study2
1.2. Rationale of the Study2
1.3. Objectives of the Study2
1.4 Limitations of the Study2
2.Research Methodology3
2.1. Data Collection3
2.2. Data Tabulation ……………………………………………………………………………3 2.3. Computer Software used3
2.4. Questionnaire ………………………………………………………………………4 3.Profile of the Organization5-7
3.1. History(Petrobangla)5
3.2. Activities of Petrobangla …………………………………………………………………6 3.2.1. Transmission6
3.2.2. Marketing ……………………………………………………………………………..…..7 3.2.3. Mining…………………………………………………………………………………...…7 3.2.4. Production Sharing Contract ……………………………………………………….....7

4.Findings and Analysis8
4.1 Analysis9-18
4.2 Findings:19
5.Conclusions and Recommendation20
5.1.Conclusions20
5.2.Recommendations20
6. Bibliography21

01. Introduction.

1. Background of the Study

Natural gas is one of the most affordable forms of energy available to the residential consumer. In fact, natural gas has historically been a better value than electricity as a source of energy in the home. The Department of Energy (DOE) estimates that in 2011, natural gas is the lowest cost conventional energy source available for residential use. According to the DOE, natural gas costs approximately 68 percent less than the cost of electricity, per Btu (British thermal unit). In Bangladesh 10% of total gas consumption is used in household cooking purpose. But this 10% is not available now a day. In this paper we will discuss the problems due to un-availability of gas and the possible solutions to make it interruptible

1.2. Rationale of the Study

This study has a high rationality, since the household cooking are dependent on the supply of gas very much now a days. The interruption of gas supply makes this situation totally a mess. Due to high value of spaces most of the houses and flats are smaller, where people can’t arrange 2 types of cooking system. We will try to discover the mishaps of the dwellers and possible steps which could reduce their conditions

1.3. Objectives of the Study

The major objective of this study is to analyze the characteristics of supply interruption of gas in households and possible remedies of it.

4. Limitations of the Study
This is the first time we are doing this kind analysis task. Because of lack of experience and proper analyzing tools to analyze, the data analysis may not be proper. Moreover, there is probability that the selected sample might not fully represent the total scenario of current situation. However steps 1. Research Methodology

1. Data Collection

The enclosed questionnaire was prepared for data collection from the participants. Data were collected from 5 different locations that have different opinion about their problems we by ourselves surveyed about it. Total 40 dwellers were given the form and were briefed to fill out the form. All were given 2 days time to fill the forms properly. Some were really confused about the questions as those were prepared on English. After counseling, full answers were possible to collect.

Population Size: Dwellers of 5 different location of Dhaka City

Sample Frame: Five different location of Dhaka City. Mohammedpur, Adabar, Mirpur, Sutrapur and West Rampura

Sampling Method: Non-Probability Sampling – Convenience, Judgment and Quota Sampling

Sample: 8 dwellers from each location.

Data Collection Method: Questionnaire

2. Data Tabulation
A customize database was a prepared in Microsoft Assess for the tabulation.

3. Computer Software used
Microsoft Access for data analyzing
Microsoft Excel for Chart / Graph Presentation
Microsoft Word for preparing questionnaire

4. Questionnaire

Questionnaire for House-hold user of Natural Gas:

1. Are you the owner of the house/flat or renter?

a. Owner b. Renter

2. How...
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