About Bio Fuel
Government has emphasized on achieving
energy security of the country with a target of
reducing import dependence i.e. usage of
fossil fuels. The growing concern about the
import dependence for fuel requirement in
tandem with environmental pollution issues
have driven the need for alternative fuels that
have superior environment benefits and are
economically competitive with fossil fuel. This
envisages a strategic role for biofuels in the
Indian Energy basket. These resources include
agriculture and forest residue, Municipal Solid
Waste (MSW), cow dung etc. which can be
used to convert into biofuels. The Government
is committed to utilize these with the aim to
reduce our dependence on import of crude oil,
achieve foreign exchange savings, provide
better remuneration for the farmers with a
view to double their income, address growing
environment issues owing to use of fossil fuels
and burning of biomass/ waste, address
challenges of waste management/ agri-
residues management in line with Swachh
Bharat Abhiyan and promote
Make in India
Nayara Bio Oil has been formed with a view to touching lives and trying to make some real difference into the Nature With Biofuel, one of the most Trstable name in the field of Biofuel. Since Since we have started our journey many petrol pumps are stated by us.
Our Mission is we want to become first choice for Biofuel Outlet and deliver best quality products.
Nayara Bio Oil working with the vision of never compromised with quality and never harm the nature. In upcoming 5 years we want to have 100+ Outlets and we are working hard to achieve it.
MoP&NG announced a Biodiesel Purchase Policy which became effective 1st January 2006. On 10.08.2015, Government allowed direct sale of Biodiesel (B100) for blending with diesel to Bulk Consumers such as Railways, State Road Transport Corporations. On 29.06.2017 Government allowed sale of biodiesel to all consumers for blending with diesel.
Government has notified Guidelines for sale of biodiesel for blending with High Speed Diesel for transportation purposes on 30.4.2019. Through this Notification Government has granted permission exclusively for sale of biodiesel (B-100) only and not for any mixture thereof of whatever percentage. The Biodiesel procurement by OMCs increased from 1.1 crore litres during 2015-16 to 10.56 crore litres during 2019-20. Presently, bio-diesel is being produced in the country primarily from imported palm stearin oil. In order to phase-out palm stearin, and as a measure towards import substitution, it has been decided to promote domestically available used cooking oil (UCO) as the feedstock.
UCO has been identified as a potential raw material for biodiesel production in National Policy on Biofuels-2018. UCO can be collected from Bulk Consumers such as hotels, restaurants, canteens, etc. for conversion.
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