How to Deal with High Oil Prices?

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Roshan Peter said: (Jul 30, 2016)  
"Give me oil in my lamp" is a Christian hymn asking God to give us wisdom. After a few years, we will take it literacy and sing it forever.

We say it is computer generation. However, it is petrol generation too for our machines depend on oil very much. Therefor We have to take quick actions to solve this problem.there are many ways we can find absolution for this problem. A few are below.
1. Don't go for a walk in the morning or evening. Instead, walk to your working place.
2. Unveil solar system on your birthday as a memorial. No matter if it is in small quantity.
3. Use train for a long journey.
4. Recycle the wastes.
5. Use public transport.
6. Bring awareness regarding this issue.

It is better we do not ask our government to do anything on this issue, they will not take it seriously. Let the price of oil is high or low they will benefit. If it is high they put the burden on us. If it is low price they proclaim "this is because of our government". Anyway, corruption exists anyhow.

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A Srinivas Rao said: (Jul 29, 2016)  
Fuel means energy, all developed country have sufficient quantity of fuel and energy resources they invented all vehicles and machinery according to their energy resources and fuel and now we are all habituated to use their vehicle and machines instead of using their vehicle and machines we should use our natural energy resources which are available all the time. Such as (solar, wind, bio-thermal, hydro-power etc). Today we export only dry fruits, and cotton. We need to export something of higher values. In India, solar rays are available in 365 days and only 5% of solar rays are 40 times of world energy requirement.

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Rajkumar Surana said: (Jul 28, 2016)  
Hello, guys.

Yeah, it is a big problem for a country like India. We are among the largest importers of crude oil, and if oil prices go high it makes a major impact on our foreign trade and economy, but by some simple step we can come out from this problem like;

By using more ethanol in petrol and diesel which can be made in India.

By searching new oil fields for the country.

Gearing up for new power sources for our vehicles luke CNG and electricity.

And according to my concern if we will implement them all it would not be a big problem anymore.


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Vamsi said: (Jul 27, 2016)  
In my point of view, prices depend on demand and supply. We are exporting our oil refines to gulf countires and developing them when we are in a matter of scarcity we are depending them for supply they are supplying by having high price rates which a normal can't pay. If we alone use our oil refines India would never suffer with high oil prices.

Thank you.

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Puneeth said: (Jul 25, 2016)  
Hi friends,

This is Puneeth,

Nowadays everyone using cars, bikes etc. Due to this, the usage of oil also increases. The rate of petrol also raising. So we need to decrease the usage of the vehicle.

But by using bicycles we can decrease this high price of oil at the same time we can decrease the pollution around us.

Thank you.

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Sudheer said: (Jul 25, 2016)  
Not only the oil, for any product price depends on upon supply and demand.

When demand is more than the supply then the price of that product will increase.

Therefore we have to reduce the consumption of oil, it we have to go to the office or picnics or any places in bus or train instead of cars and bikes, through this consumption of petrol will decrease.

Ultimately you can overcome from high oil prices.

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Devender Singh Rajoriya said: (Jul 23, 2016)  
The only most solution is that we should increase CNG based transportation systems, carpooling & public transport system.

Another step should be tax rate decrease on oil.

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Amit said: (Jul 23, 2016)  
Guys, I think if we are talking about India then, the main reason is our currency value which has to be worked upon that will reduce the price. Moreover, our government should increase the capacity of our own petroleum industries as India is also rich in it.

Moreover, there are always measures to be taken at proper use of not only oil but anything. Minimum usage of vehicles, proper servicing of engines, investment in projects working on alternate sources etc.

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Ndpatel said: (Jul 22, 2016)  
Oil prices increase day by day because of incremental increases in unit operator, so it is a very serious problem for the scarcity of oil for future generation. We think about that and take a right step toward it. The high price of oil can control by multiple uses of the single unit if we want to go at the same place then why we do not use the same vehicle. This type understanding is needed for controlling our economic growth.

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Pushpak S.Gandhi said: (Jul 19, 2016)  
Oil prices are gradually increased is a universal truth.

Oil are making 1000 of years hence their storage space is limited and as soon as there is fastly decrease in volume and use of this oil increased day by day.

Oil is a power of the once country or state.

High oil prices become less than he installed a homogeneous mixture of traditional energy sources.

Deal don't become because this price's are increasingly due to political and economic growth of India.

Thank you.

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Aditya said: (Jul 18, 2016)  
Hello everyone,

Oil is one of the major useful thing in our daily life. And surely one day it will not exist anymore. We have to take care of that. We all know if it is limited its price will be touching sky. So we have to save it from now onwards. If we are engineers we should guide it to our juniors and to our batchmates and we should tell then the importance of oil. We should guide it to our parents, our relatives. As we all are aware of that if we will change then only we can change the world. So first and for most. We have to change, these contibution of ou may change the world.

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Shubham Verma said: (Jul 16, 2016)  
Hello Everyone, I have listened to the views of my friends and their thoughts are not wrong and somehow right. Here on this very good topic of how to deal with High oil prices, my point of view is that first, we have thought that why the price is increasing day by day, and the most important reason behind this number of user that is increasing day by day. And a very quick solution is to create awareness regarding of saving oil.

Another Solution is that we have to look over the research and development sector where they have to make a technology through which vehicle should require less Fuel.

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Gaurav said: (Jul 16, 2016)  
Thing is that petroleum fuel is going to be finished very soon because which speed we are using it so soon it will out of stock from our resources. So it would be better for us as soon as we open our eyes and accept that truth. As we know that know we have done a very good growth in technology now we can run our vehicle from solar energy, cells even from water (yes, & this invented by Indian mechanic), the thing is needed to be aware be wise & many wise people doing this.

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Mazher said: (Jul 14, 2016)  
Hi everyone,

Almost everyone has contributed their best share and I would like to add a few more points to conclude on the topic.

Considering the following points can extract a feasible solution:

-Oil consumption.
In our day to day life is highly increasing as every amenity demands direct or indirect usage of oil.

Therefore, price increases with demand. To overcome this we must adapt some practices which avoid the consumption like:.

-Usage of products which depends on solar energy, kinetic energy, Chargeable battery.

-Oil Production.
Reserves for oil are mostly existing in Gulf region which exports to different countries and each country importing the oil adds a tax (not applicable for some countries) and the process passes through whole system and prices hike when delivering to the end user.

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Jyoti said: (Jul 14, 2016)  
Oil consumption can only be done when we people try to use less oil in a day. It is possible if we use bicycle rather bike and car. As we know that oil is the non-renewable resource so use it less where ever possible use a bicycle or if it is a walkable distance go by foot you'll become fit and healthy. Our govt is trying to give his best in this particular case so we should cooperate. Less use less money.

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Mahesh said: (Jul 11, 2016)  
Hi friends,

Myself Mahesh kadakol.

The oil prices are increasing because of everyone can use the car and bicycle. The people can use the government buses to travel in the city. To reduce the cost of oil we can develop the solar power cars.

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Akanksha Nigam said: (Jul 10, 2016)  

I believe that everyone should aware about the very important thing i.e. oil is not at all a renewable source one or the another day it'll be finished and we should have an intense thinking about it. I also see that many people in India won't afford to go by their own vehicle. So they are using public buses or many things by the government But I want to mention one thing that there is a majority of those people who waste oil just to show off and sometimes when it is not much required. So I thing that they should get awareness about this fact that oil is very important not only for us also for the next generation who have all the riots to enjoy the resource we are enjoying. People should reduce the use of vehicles when it's not necessary.

Thank you.

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Jose said: (Jul 9, 2016)  
It only depends on upon the mentality of humans. If we make a judicious use, then surely petrol prices won't have such sudden inflation.

Our youngsters these days have a big craze for bikes, and they even try to imitate all the stunts that are shown in the cinema, so obviously there is much wastage of petrol, which can be avoided.

Many of teenagers under 18 start excessive use of vehicles, which needs to be checked.

When we need to go to nearby market, we can use cycle or our foot, instead of using our bikes, cars.

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Riys said: (Jul 9, 2016)  
Hello, friends.

I want to say that instead of importing oil from other countries having reserves we should limit our uses and dependency on this use renewable sources of energy, ecofriendly as these having positive impact on our environment soo if we use less we buy less it can restrict in a price of oil.

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P.Triveni said: (Jul 8, 2016)  
Hello everyone,

According to my point deal with the high price of oils are,

- A government should decrease the rate of taxes.

- Stop using vehicles for showing status - Should promote companies wich makes low petrol consuming vehicles. Thank you all.

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Ayush Singh said: (Jul 8, 2016)  
This problem may be overcome by taking following measures.

1. Car rules must be followed.

2. Effective transport measures must be taken.

3. FDI should be implemented to bring in new and more fuel efficient technology.

4. Riding cycle is to be resorted to.

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Mukesh Kumar said: (Jul 8, 2016)  
Hello, friends. I am Mukesh.

According to my view on the topic, the first and foremost concern is in front of India or a developing country that demand is increasing and source of oils are decreasing consequently the price of oils would increase day by day. We should take some preventive measure against this problem.

(a) By increasing the general awareness in every corner of the country of the fact.

(b) The use of the vehicle such as motorbike, the car is really essential or not. We can avoid the motor vehicle where it is not required can use cycle or on foot and we have to switch off the vehicle on head light. The government also should take some imitative steps to avoid the misuse of petroleum oil like odd even formula at Delhi.

(c) by seeking the renewable source of energy i.e. Solar energy, CNG or Bio Gas.

(d) by developing and deploying the efficient technology of engine.

(d) By seeking the alternative oil producing countries.

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Suresh Sable Patil said: (Jul 5, 2016)  
Hello, friends.

My name is Suresh Sable.

In reference to above subject, my view's are, as oil is not a permanent they will get out of stock anytime so we have it for the limited time only so to deal the high price of oil we must have to develop the technology which increases the amount of oil in the country. We can develop the vehicles which provide a high mileage so we can sustain the use of available oil for the longer time. We can develop a competition between two different companies providing an oil for us.


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Vishal said: (Jul 2, 2016)  
Hello everyone,

We all know that fuels are directly proportional to our daily lives so without the use of fuel we can't survive think seriously.

We can overcome these things by only Technology.

Technology means.

1) Awareness or importance of the fuel which should help by add.

2) Good traffic system and used of CNG gas instead of other fuels.

3) Its also depend on upon our engineers, scientists, and researchers. How to decrease the weight of vehicle, how to increase the efficiency of engines, and many others which are less use of fuel.

4) Improvement in our traffic system.

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Sriharsha said: (Jul 1, 2016)  
Hi friends,

My view on this topic is that use of petroleum products in our daily life is inevitable in the present scenario. Before saying to reduce consumption the government should provide the alternative approach like providing better transport services, research to be encouraged on alternative energy sources renewable will be best and most importantly awareness in public is to be created. The increase in petrol price cause damage to our economic structure, as the importing of crude oil, is one of the reasons for decreasing the value of rupee.

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Yaswanth said: (Jun 27, 2016)  

This is Yaswanth. The price of oil depends on many factors. Some of them are,

1. Demand and supply.
2. Currency value.

If demand is more and supply is less then there will be the scarcity of resource then the price will increase.

If more supply less demand then there will be less price.

Due to increase in the population, the number of vehicle usage is also more.

It is better to reduce the usage of own vehicles for modern and lorn journeys and by using public vehicles we can reduce this problem of up and downs. Then we will be benefitted through government.

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Aijaz Banday said: (Jun 26, 2016)  
When the demand increases, price increases. But, we cannot get away with demand. People will be using different vehicles as it is a part of luxurious life, but at the same time, one has to think broadly and use their vehicles wisely. I agree with the comment made by the brother that much of income is generated by the government as taxes paid by people on petrol and other fuels. But the welfare of people should be the priority.

If we can run our vehicles wisely, we can certainly bring down the demand and hence High Oil Prices.

Thank you.

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Dhananjay Sarangi said: (Jun 26, 2016)  
Hi, friends.

I want to say my points regarding this question.

1. In automobile industry. Should provide some non-conventional fuel operated the vehicle.

2. Biodiesel, bio-alcohol, battery charged. Etc. Can be used as nonconventional fuel.

3. Which will prevent pollution & can show us a new direction of life.

4. We should use the bicycle for short distance journey which will make us fit & healthy.

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Dhananjay Sarangi said: (Jun 25, 2016)  
If you want to reduced the price of oil.

1. Use bicycle (which will make you fit & strong).

2. We should use the vehicle which is operated through solar & electric energy (which will help to reduce pollution & use of oil).

3. We should switch off our engine in traffic (save oil).

If we will get success over it. Definitely. The demand for oil reduce. We can get it at low price.

Thank you.

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Suraj said: (Jun 25, 2016)  
Our country can deal with this very effectively. But they don't want to do something for public. Our government always tries to make the decision towards the sight of businessmen. The government should try to reduce the taxes as possible as they can. And the prices can effectively go down.

Another effort should make by government increasing the development rate of the country.

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Subhadarshi said: (Jun 24, 2016)  
Hi, friends.

According to me, In my point of view, we can use CNG and solar gas instated of oil. And many people use vehicles for short distances which are not necessary. We can go through by bicycle and by our own two legs. But people don't use it. Majority youngsters have to learn about this. Also, government and the dealer are responsible for increasing oil prices. Due to adulterated. It must avoid this from petrol. Instead, we can use better millage show vehicles. Then we can stop increasing oil prices day to day.

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Suraj Anand said: (Jun 24, 2016)  
Hello Guys, You are discussing a very good topic, This debate is also good for our nation, Here I have seen very good ideas to solve this rising oil problem.

Rising oil problem is not only for our country but also for all over the world.

There is some reason why is the oil pricing rising:-

@ Today every individual has own vehicle that runs on the oil.

@ Increased crude oil.

@ Worlds population.

@ Todays fashion to have a costly vehicle that gives low mileage.

@ Use vehicle for the small journey.

How Can We control It:-

@ Less Use of the vehicle that uses oil.

@ Promote to journey in public transport.

@ Promote vehicle that uses the nonconventional technique.

@ Use cycle for a small journey.

@ Odd-Even Rule can be applied in the metro cities.

@ Instead of using own vehicle office colleague, friends and family must be travel in a single vehicle.

These can help to decrease rising oil pricing.

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Mani said: (Feb 28, 2016)  
Hi, according to my view we the people should use the vehicles when they are need better not to use vehicles for unnecessary purpose, it leads to pollution, traffic etc.

Using the public transport as much as possible by this we can reduce the consumption of individual usage, so demand decreases automatically. Using the electricity as fuel consumption because electricity can be generated in different forms like hydro, wind, solar.

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K Mohan said: (Feb 28, 2016)  
Hi friends.

I would like to add few more points to your opinions.

First thing is we have to save the fuel from wastage how should we can save, I have a question for all the people.

1) While purchasing groceries near by your are you using bike or by walk?

2) When your going to running or walking are you using bike or by walk nearby the ground?

3) When you're in signal are you switch of the engine or not?

When we have to follow these saving we can give crude oil to the future generation rather our generation blame us they think like once upon a time they had use crude oil for moving the vehicle. Save crude oil for next generation.

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Aakanksha said: (Feb 21, 2016)  
Hi everyone.

According to me high pricing of oil is good because if the price of oil is going to be low down, then more and more vehicles must be running on the roads and it creates lots of air pollution, sound pollution, there will be more traffic jams, and to overcome this we facing lots of problems.

To control high oil prices we must use public transport, use vehicles only when it's really important. According to me people should mostly use bicycles it not only environment friendly but also keeps you fit and strong.

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Sudarsan said: (Feb 11, 2016)  
If the price of oil products is not increased, India will keep on facing this deficit. Price increase will decrease the demand which in turn need fewer dollars for oil import. Trade deficit will also be lowered down leading to lesser pressure on rupee-dollar rate.

Not only petrol price but the price of diesel, LPG and kerosene will also be increased to have more prominent impact. This will improve the fiscal deficit of the government and lead to economic growth.

On the other hand, price rise of petrol can be controlled if the government reduces its revenue from the taxes on petroleum. 35% of government's income is generated through petroleum taxes and as there is no other substitute to this so probably this won't be done by the government. Hence petrol price for sure will increase.

But indeed Government has to take strong decision as increasing prices will solve one problem but leads to many other such as poverty, inflating, high cost of living, frustration etc.

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Manoj said: (Feb 5, 2016)  
Hi friends in my point of view people can create awareness about use public transportation to reduce the usage of petrol/diesel. Cycle is the best way for travel a short distance so people can use cycle. If you want to go neighbourhood place like 1 to 2 km use cycle or walk it is good for health.

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Amol said: (Feb 4, 2016)  
India is one of the highest importer of crude oil, but its top export products include refined petroleum. So having efficient refineries could result in net profit from oil imports.

So other than cautiously using petroleum and other alternatives of petroleum, from an economics perspective, we need to increase our refining capacity, have more refineries, drill more domestically to decrease our dependency on imported oil. This would cause our rupee to appreciate and in the long run would cause the oil prices to lower.

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George said: (Nov 25, 2015)  
Hi guys.

I would like to discuss my point on how to reduce oil prices. Definitely, increase in oil prices is brought about by high demand, solutions are:

1. Factories should introduce engines that run with molasses.

2. Limit the opening of petrol stations.

3. Use public transport.

4. Use cars which use less fuel etc.


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Alok Tiwari said: (Nov 5, 2015)  
Yes we can deal with this crises as prices are rising due to certain factors we need to understand them and then work on those. For example these are rising due to terrorism in those areas plus shortage of fuel as they are not renewable and large pool is vested with only few countries.

One more factor in cost of making it so we can get away with terrorism, make a body to regulate it worldwide and more and most important to look on other alternatives of fuel like renewable ones they will cost us initially but in long run they are going to help us also there is need to cut dependency on private transport, and to encourage people to use public transport this way we can minimize the cost and fight with it.

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Jayanth said: (Nov 2, 2015)  
Day by day the natural resources are drying up due to over exploitation. So definitely demand will increase and proportionally price will also increase. So, I feel that this is the right time to find new technologies and alternate energy sources use of more efficient transportation technologies like maglev trains which provide comfort as well as high speeds will attract most of the road users use of bicycles, sharing transportation can also save resources.

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Amar said: (Sep 28, 2015)  

1. First thing is avoid the use of over oil consuming engines. And unnecessary things through vehicles.

2. Instead of that solar and electric charge vehicle should use.

3. Use biogas fuels.

4. It is one of the non removable source. So as the demand increase production decreases and price also increases.

5. Bring new engines which should give high efficiency.

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Avibhav Aggarwal said: (Sep 14, 2015)  

According to me,

1. Government should provide transport facilities more.

2. Government should be start public bike sharing systen like us.

3. We should encourage use of solar energy and wind energy system.

4. Engines will be switched off on red signal.

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Shubham said: (Jun 30, 2015)  
According to me we can reduce oil prices by,

1. Using of local transport.

2. Scientists and researchers should try to develop an alternative which can be used to some extend in replacing and doing the work of oil.

3. Use of hydro engines.

4. Use of car for a single person should be banned.

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Ashish Pandey said: (Jun 23, 2015)  

Oil price is not only the matter of a country, now a days it has been the problem of world. The very first thing is to consume less, save more. Secondly, other means like e bikes, hybrid vehicles, solar vehicles should be encouraged with its positive aspects.

Definitely, for this, we have to develop much to our technology, but it has to be done. Inside a country, various taxes must be removed.

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Bakul said: (May 12, 2015)  
Hi friends,

Restrictions is not always be the solutions. The restrictions on consumption of oil products lead to slow down our economy or hamper growth of our development.

1. Try to make our economy strong which alternately makes our currency stronger in the international market and reduces price of oil.

2. Emerge as super power and makes deal on our terms.

3. Oil price mechanism makes as transparent as possible.

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Kalpesh said: (Mar 7, 2015)  
Hi Friends,

According to me points to deal with high price of oil are:

- Use of renewable sources of energy which is in abundant amount such as solar energy, wind energy, bio-gas.

- Looking for alternative supplier of the oil such as Russia through BRICS.

- Encouragement to the use of bicycles by providing separate pathway.

- Use of CNG for local transport.

- Efficient use of resources and some government policy changes will help to deal with high pricing of the Oil.

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Mayank Mudgal said: (Feb 26, 2015)  
Hi friend,

I think in current scenario many countries focuses on alternate source of energy like America shifted its needs on shale gas. Similarly we have to promote electric and hybrid vehicles as they helps us to reduce our dependency on crude oil and also starts awareness programmes about economical use of fuels.

On the other hand we have to improve our infrastructure for transportation and refinement of crude oil so when the oil prices come down we can have sufficient storage capability.

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Rakesh Solanki said: (Feb 24, 2015)  
Hi friends,

According to my point of view, we can control the price of oil by using the alternate resource like solar energy.

Also we use Solar cycle, Solar bike, Rechargeable battery bike for small distance.

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Sahil Sharma said: (Feb 14, 2015)  
I think our scientist should intensify their research to alternate than petrol and diesel because definitely one it comes to an end. And also if we use nitrogen as a fuel that's better because its bio-product is oxygen which is pollution free and easy to use by simple modification in present working engines. Thanks, and also bio fuel is also better idea.


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Balu said: (Jan 11, 2015)  
Hello friends,

According to my point of view on increase in oil prices, first of all we have to avoid using of more number of vehicles for every men, now you can see so many people having number of vehicles in their homes, over use of oil causes rise in prices and we have to think when we are using the oil that means we are importing petrol and diesel from other countries for that we are spending money we have to made transactions for foreign exchange.

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Chitrangada said: (Dec 21, 2014)  
Hi Friends.

As we all are discussing on "How to deal with oil prices".

Every one is giving there points and in one or another we all of us are correct, but do we really implementing this in our daily life or this all stuff which is written is only a paper work.

That's where my point come we don't have to only talk but we have to do to achieve what we have said. Here we all are giving the points that we have use this instead of this, much of our small journey.

We should use bicycles, for long journey public transport, at least we know that the people who are the part of discussion are aware of the fact that oil is a crucial part of life, we know the importance of what we have written.

So my view is that we should have to take steps, from my childhood we are listening that we should do this but who cares but today the situation we know, that time has came to achieve what we have said. Otherwise we are left with nothing to regret as this are the non-renewable energy, we can't get it back.

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S.Shabrin said: (Dec 18, 2014)  
Hi Friends.

Our topic is how to deal with high oil prices? Yes, it is one of the important problem and big problem for the people. Mostly we depending on the gulf countries for the petrol diesel and whatever the oil may be. As we know that oil is exhaustive definitely one day it may come to an end, but it plays a very crucial role in the transportation sector.

It also supports India economically through which the income we are getting by this. If suddenly there is raise in oil prices means it is very difficult for the ordinary man to get. Yes we agree that oil is one of the cause for the increment of pollution.

So that unnecessary oils consumption is to banned, by doing that we may somewhat reduce the pollution and we should very careful while the oil is used.

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Corruption Free said: (Dec 15, 2014)  
Let all the benefits of the drop in oil prices be passed on to the people, let the price of gas also be revised according to the drop in price of oil and let the need for bank accounts and aadhar card be removed as the prices have fallen below subsidy levels in India. Let this be done immediately else let the government be removed.

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Lokesh said: (Dec 2, 2014)  
1 - The most important way to reduce the price rise is to reduce the consumer means reduce the population.

2 - Use public vehicle when it is not that much important to use personal cars like in case of health and emergency.

3 - Use cycle or even walk for small distances.

4 - Brazil developed bio fuel from sugarcane and India is second producer of sugarcane after Brazil, various companies are there which are developed bio-fuel based engines like Maruti and Honda.

5 - Government should emphasize to produce high mileage vehicle.

6 - Use non conventional source of energy, it will help in pollution control also like solar cell, wind energy.

7 - Put politics away from oil. American context.

8 - Purchase oil in rupees not in dollars.

9 - Increase subsidiary.

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Lokesh said: (Dec 2, 2014)  
1- Use public transport.
2- Use cycle for short distance.
3- Organizations having mass workers should use combined vehicle.
4- High mileage vehicle.
5- Reduction in taxes.
6- Use cng.
7- Avoid politics from oil.

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Rahul Rai said: (Nov 25, 2014)  
Hi Friends.



1. People use bicycle for the short destination. It will make free environment from air pollution as well as reduces global warming effect.

2. For the same destination (place for job or etc) people must have to use car pooling. Rather than using their individual car.

3. Government should increase the number of public transport facility with good security. So that people reach easily their destination.

4. We have to prefer renewable energy sources. Like hydrogen energy, bi gas energy. This will help to reduce the pollution from environment.

5. Promoting CNG vehicle instead of using oil vehicle.

6. Government reduces tax over oil.

7. Government force to automobile industry to develop high mileage vehicle as well as low producing noise.


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Abhi said: (Nov 17, 2014)  
In order to deal with high oil prices people should use public transport like Metros, Railways and Buses !

Automobile industry should develop new vehicles which uses renewable energies like solar energy Biogas etc as a fuel! By this environment will also protected from CO2 emissions.

Not only public also government should take certain steps to reduce oil prices?

Government should reduce tax on oil !

It should facilitate easy transport means by providing metros monorails !

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Hitesh said: (Nov 3, 2014)  
Government should increase price of CNG for Private consumer and decrease for public. Transportation. Due to same private user minimize use of CNG.

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Vikramsinh said: (Sep 13, 2014)  
Good morning friends.

I have read many good points and everyone tried to give his points what he or she thinks. I want to share my thoughts on how the price could be lowered.

I think that we have use the non-conventional energy sources which can help to reduce the pollution of our nation and which also decrease the cost oil other related product.

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Arshi said: (Sep 11, 2014)  
Hello friends,
Some solutions for low oil pricing are here,

1) VAT on oil should be equal and less in all states.

2) Always search for low price oil suppliers.

3) Public vehicles should be more comfortable so that maximum persons can utilize that.

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Rajesh said: (Jul 12, 2014)  
Good afternoon friends.

I have read many good points and everyone tried to give his points what he or she thinks. I want to share my thoughts on how the price could be lowered.

1. India basically depends on North India and middle east countries for its petrol and diesel needs. This creates some monopoly type of situation so we should see some other countries for oil and petrol. Russia is one such country we could think of. It has very large amount of crude oil reserve. And India and Russia are members of BRICS so Russia may agree for it.

2. Mainly there is a competition between India and china in pricing. So due to bad relation both countries constantly increase price to get the better attention of oil supplier countries. So by mutual cooperation these two countries can fix a standard oil price in order to avoid unbalanced oil price.

3. We know that this is a non renewable source of energy so it is depleting giving rise in its price. So we can minimize its use when not necessary.

4. We can go for rewnable source of energy like solar energy, hydrogen energy, bio gas for this purpose.

5. We should minimize the use of petrol by promoting the use of CNG in vehicles.

6. Heavy vehicles consumes a lot of fuel so we coul develop such material which would as strong as steel or aluminium but comparatively light. One such material is carbon fiber which is almost 5 times stronget in torsion test and much much lighter than steel.

Thank you.

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Ashna said: (Jul 1, 2014)  
As we all know that the consumption of petrol and diesel is increasing day by day due to private vehicles. But this is due to the lack of governance as government should facilitate the proper govt transportation services at regular intervals.

On an avg every second family has at least two-three vehicles at their homes. To reduce the consumption of oil, people going to the same destination should pool the car. Like China India is not concentrating on the alternatives of fuels. Petroleum minister should be appointed on the basis of his degree in the oil field so that he/she can take a wealthy decisions. Over Traffic may also leads to the environment problems. Now the time has come for the govt to take some steps to reduce the hike of price of oil, this can be done by imposing fines on the families having more than 1 car for every 5 members. Traffic police should try to overcome the problem of jams especially in the metro cities. The.

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Shankey Kumar said: (Jun 9, 2014)  
Today the consumption of petrol and diesel is increases day by day. Peoples mostly use car, motor cycle, scooter etc. Whenever they want to go anywhere. As a result of which the demand of oil is increases, due to which the prices of oil is increased.

If we want that the prices of oil is deceases or remain at control rate, then their is need of government should do work for that such as.

1. The government should maintain the good road.

2. Increase the number of flyover.

3. The vat on oil prices should remain same in all states.

4. Take strict action against the stockholder who can store the oil, mix kerosine oil in petrol & diesel and take out oil from tankers before reaching at filling station.

5. Increase the age of issuing licences from 18 to 21 years.

6. Cancel the licence of person who doesn't follow the traffic rules.

7. Make changes in traffic rules like government should ban on the use of car for moving one place to another place within the one city except the emergency condition like medical help.

If we really want that the price of oil is decreases, we should also compromise with itself such as.

1. Increase the use of bicycles.
2. Switch off vehicles at red light.
3. Prefer to travel long journey through trains, buses etc.
4. Don't waste extra diesel in generator.

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Karthik said: (Jun 4, 2014)  
To get rid of this problem we should adopt to use battery and solar vehicles since most of the peoples are concern about vehicle style and cc and they are not thinking about its milege. High cc vehicle will have low milage therefore demand for oil. For this government should introduce tram and vehicles which should be run with the help of electric city or battery or solar energy. Which may be not possible and silly but nothing is impossible. Thanks.

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Susan said: (May 31, 2014)  
Increasing oil prices is one of the major problem faced by our country, the main reason for this is the decreasing level of oil resources, so I think the only way to get rid of this problem is by using substitutes of oil. Such as solar energy, gases etc.

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Abhishek said: (May 28, 2014)  
I think government has to take steps for finding substitute for fuels such as CNG (which is not available in lot of cities in india).

Government should instruct automobile companies to make fuel efficient vehicles and battery runed vehicles should be promoted.

Public transportation system needs to be improved a lot.

There is another suggestion but this would be against the interest of automobile companies that is there should be a limit on number of vehicles a family should have. Thanks.

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Pratik said: (May 10, 2014)  
It can only be reduced by combined efforts of both government and Common People. Efforts from people:

For shorter distances we must go by walk or by bicycle, that is we must try to use bicycles more than automobiles. By doing so we can not only reduce the consumption of oil but it will also save our environment from air pollution.

People of same destination and same work must encourage car pooling.

We must try to use public transportation facilities like Metro trains, buses, rickshaws as much as possible rather than using our own private vehicles.

Drive wisely, Put off your engines while there is a red signal traffic lights.

Stop using vehicles for showing status.

We should focus on developing biotechnology and solar energy sources.

Efforts from the side of government:

Government should decreases the rate of taxes.

Government should increase the number of public transport vehicles with high security.

Government should maintain the roads good and safe for vehicles.

Traffic police must also work hard to clear traffic jam on roads because most of the fuel is utilized by the vehicles in the traffic.

Give the facilities in cities which they demand (like development of good schools, colleges etc. ) so that people can save there fuel and time too.

Promote bio-diesel.

Should promote companies which makes low petrol consuming vehicles.

Should make bridges so that chances of traffic may get reduced.

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Rajvee said: (May 2, 2014)  
The only solution to this problem is less consumption of oil as its scare and therefore more demand and hike in price.

Measures should be taken by both government and public are.

1. Government should apply connection of metro in every cities so that its easy for public to travel.

2. In every city there should be public roads so that public transport can run easily. In every part of country there should be a facility of public transport run by cng.

3. Government has to make bridges and flyover so that it reduces traffic.

4. In private sectors, there should be prohibition of cars and vehicles within campus area.

Measures taken by public:

1. They should use only public transport.

2. They should take cycle rickshaw for short distances.

3. They have to think about the environment and their wastage of money by using car or bikes. There is no need to think about the status of living by using car.

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Sudhakar said: (Apr 25, 2014)  
Hai friends, I want to add a point in this discussion.

The engineers should research on bio fuels like cotton seed, neem, fish oil etc. These have calorific values almost equal to the petroleum products. So, if automobiles design the vehicles based on bio fuels then the usage of petroleum products will be largely reduced. And farmers also will earn some money.

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Ammy said: (Apr 7, 2014)  
Eco-Spray works as advertised, I sprayed a bottle before an oil change at 10 k for the first time, and the throttle felt a bit smoother, and the engine also felt smoother. From now on, this product is going to be a part of my regular maintenance routine before oil changes.

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Aditya said: (Apr 4, 2014)  
Hello everyone.

The overconsumption of the oil can be stopped if the government should set up proper public transport system. The public vehicles should be clean, provided with security to ensure safety of women. The Government should make good connectivity across the city. They should increase the number of vehicle so that the people would not have to wait for long. The road should be made in such way that the middle lane will be used only for public transport. It will definitely reduce the time.

By the help of advertising people will sense the improved quality of transport system. They will start using the public transport.

This will reduce the consumption of oil resulting in reduction of price.

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Rashi said: (Mar 31, 2014)  

I want to share my point on this topic. As all you know that time is very fast. People don't waste a single moment of their life so it is wrong to say that by using public transport and bicycle. We can save oil.

So there are few step by using this we can deal with high oil price.

1). We must use bicycle for shorter distance.

2). Using highly efficient energy.

3). Use of solar panel for charging the vehicle.

4). And most important we should try to save petrol or oil.

Only by saying that government is responsible for this is not right. It is true that government is not working on it. Not even try to solve this problem. But atleast we people can do your own work by saving petrol.

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Keddy said: (Mar 18, 2014)  
I think using the bicycle is the best way for seeing the increasing price of petrol day to day nowadays teenagers are using petrol diesel vehicles. Its a large effect for price increasing because more than 35% are teenagers in our country. And its a big ratio. For going a short distance we are using bike or car. For that our environment also polluted. Every parents should guide their children for using bicycle. Its good for health also and for environment also.

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Sarfaraz Belim said: (Mar 16, 2014)  
Hello Everybody,

First of all we have the target to stop the high all prices by use of oil in limited amount.

For this matter, we have to leave our vehicle for little work such as if we want to go to the nearest place then we have to gone by walk. So, this is the best idea to save the fuel (oil).

By carrying this idea we can save the oil and our money.

So, we can spend this money for other important work, like a life insurance, Social work, charity fund, etc.

And remember "save oil is best for our future".

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Nipun said: (Mar 14, 2014)  
I think so we are charging a very high price for petrol n diesel. We have the highest oil prices among the SAARC countries (our neighbours). They are charging petrol at 40-45 Rs/litre inclusive of all taxes which means we are paying an extra 30-32 Rs/litre towards unaccountable government charges. The oil companies like HPCL, BPCL, IOCL, etc. Enjoy high profits (turnover in thousands of crores) and yet they say that the oil industry is going in losses. One way to decrease the oil prices is decreasing the consumption and that can be done by using public transport like metro and buses.

Pool taxi system should be promoted more amongst the common public and metro rail should be deployed in every metropolitan. On larger scale, we should import less oil and find more opportunities for oil extraction in India. Importing from Iran will decrease the current account deficit of India. Also non-conventional sources of energy like biofuel, hydrogen fuel and electric automobiles should be encouraged in India.

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Ankush Yadav said: (Mar 12, 2014)  
Hello friends,

My opinion is that for deal with high oil prices, reduce the wastage of oil. Use public transport because it is cheaper and valuable. We will try to make our country dependable in oil sector. Go with Eco friendly material, like bio diesel.

Thank you.

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Debashis Nanda said: (Mar 9, 2014)  
Hi guys I first thank to all my friends who discuss a large about this topic I think oil is an important factor of our daily life like rice sugar electricity etc because no one give interest to go with pedal. Because everyone try to live with the growth in technology and everyone serious with their prestige.

So I think that the increase in the price of petrol cannot affect anyone but the increase should be limited but not like that the price increased in every week the increase should happen in a month because the government increase everyone salary. In every year but their is a disadvantage for the citizen who are non government employee because they does not paid a particular money for a month It is also disadvantage for the students thank you.

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Lalit Soni said: (Mar 9, 2014)  
Hi friends,

Petrol is a natural product and limited as well. According to the international survey, by next 30 years this natural product is going to over on this planet. Because consumption of petrol is rising day by day. This cause's the rising in price of oils. Now question is that what to do? We are not able to deal with high price of oil without decreasing the consumption of it. We cannot generate artificial oils. So according to me life moves in cycle.

Very first bicycle invented. Then motors. Then cars. And now again bicycle. This is the only way to deal with it and it will also decrease the pollution rate. Even in some countries government are constructing special track for cyclists.

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Shantanu Ghosal said: (Mar 4, 2014)  
Hi Friends.

Oil is a limited resource concentrated in the hands of limited countries who have formed a cartel called OPEC to gain higher profits from its oil. And everyone knows that when a resource as precious as oil is controlled by a cartel, however we shout nothing will happen.

So basically the only solution to the above problem is reducing the wastage and unnecessary use of oil. Here are some basic steps for that.

1: Watch all the ads issued by the government regarding efficient usage of gas and oil devices and try to follow them.

2: If possible use your feet instead of your vehicle. It will also help you to get in shape and will make you an ecological-man.

3: If walking really hurts; don't bother Macmillan invented us bicycle, and we can use it also. It is also good for health and environment.

4: Make use of public transport. The concerned governments should also increase the circulation of the public transports so that people can rely on them.

5: Its for the government. Don't just say "We will make roads, fly-overs etc " but do make them otherwise you guys will also have to commute by bicycle one-day.

That is all. Follow these and the pressure on your purse will reduce, I swear.

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$O@N$ said: (Mar 3, 2014)  
Hi all. I would like to put-forth my viewpoints on this particular topic.

I believe It's easy to understand why oil is important in our daily lives and why it plays such an important role in shaping or bringing down of an economy in any country for that matter. The entire country can come to a standstill if there is a shortage in supply of oil resources.

I already knew that some Arab countries which are rich in oil resources had some say in impacting the oil resources of the world, but I did a little research and found out that there are a group of 13 countries which band together in controlling.

The oil resources of the world has put-forth an organisation called as OPEC stands for Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. Saudi Arabia, Qatar; the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Libya and Algeria in North Africa, Iran and Iraq in the Middle East, Nigeria and Gabon in West Africa, Indonesia in Asia, and Ecuador and Venezuela in Latin America.

Though these countries do not produce all of the world's oil resources, but definitely they are in a position to set the guidelines for world oil policies. So whenever this organisation increases or decreases the oil price, it affects all of world's oil import and export business directly affecting the economy of the country.

So the question arises how well we can control the oil prices and how well we can deal with it.

It's not entirely right for us to put the blame on the government for not controlling the oil prices, but definitely with proper public transport and infrastructure it can reduce the oil imports considerably.

Government has to see to that.

I). It introduces new and effective modes of public transport like metro, monorail, high speed rail link.

II). Encourage its' scientist in finding the alternative replacement for oil resources.

And we as responsible citizens can help improve our energy security by selecting a vehicle that uses less petroleum. We can also decrease our petroleum use by getting the best fuel economy possible out of our current car by driving sensibly, keeping our car in shapes.

And finally friends with combined efforts from all.

"let's make our world a better place to live in ".

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Palwinder said: (Mar 3, 2014)  
Hii everybody,

1. I think one of the main problem in India for high oil prices is Traffic. Road are in very bad condition and not a single option present to stop that except few cities.

2. We have pool our cars and bike with our colleague. So this may help to reduce the consumption of oil.

3. Automobiles should be regularly check by pollution centers.

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Rohit Anand said: (Mar 3, 2014)  
Hi All,

Individual can deal with high oil prices in such a way that:

Using Public vehicle.

Use one vehicle if more than one family members are going to the same route.

Turn off your vehicle at red light, it will also avoid air pollution to some extent.

Government should build roads which are good/suitable for driving Electric/Chargeable Vehicles as US government has already taken this initiative.

Vehicle company should also focus more on building high quality/good mileage electric vehicle. As we all know Oil is a non renewable resource which will extinct in future.

By taking these thing into consideration we can make our country shining like a star.


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Mittu Sahay said: (Mar 2, 2014)  
I Think it depends on us that how to tackle with rising price of oil. First we should create awareness among the people that our natural resources are limited and non renewable and if we can't control our use it will be vanish one day. We should adopt any alternative energy instead of petroleum products. We should reduce the use of oil by using public transport, adopting sharing system like new york city, use our legs for short distance, we should use bicycles instead of motor cars or bikes. It gives us lots of benefit like less air pollution, stay healthy an the most important reduce the use of oils.

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Rohit said: (Feb 27, 2014)  
According to me. Prices of oil hikes only due to using of high techniques, . As the high techniques used to transport the oil container, those Technics which used to increase the synthetic mobility of oil by which company grow the coast of oil.

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Dhivakar said: (Feb 26, 2014)  
There is a hike in a prices of oil, its truly shows the inability of Indian government to control the oil price. As a citizen of India we want to do something for our country. Something is not a great thing its simple we want reduce the usage of petrol and diesel. It is achieved by reducing the unnecessary use of vehicles. Now a days own use of bike and cars are increasing rapidly. Please, reduce these and use the public transportation to travel thats it.

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Prggath said: (Feb 22, 2014)  
I Think we should try discovering the replacement for oil, controlling something reducing oil use to limited is not possible, as we are advancing in bio technology we can surely expect the oil replacement material soon, but as of now every citizen of India should atleast try to reduce unnecessary oil usage by a min of 5-10% and adopt cycling as japanese do to stay fit. This can give some time for our scientist to find a replacement for oil.

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Nagender said: (Feb 21, 2014)  
In my opinion, oil prices are directly proportional to consumption of petrol. If Consumption of petrol increases, Oil prices increases. If government put a regulation on usage of petrol just like LPG, prices of oil can be curbed. Crude oil is most important natural resource. It is not abundant in nature. So, government should awareness programs in the usage of petrol. Government should develop public transport, so people use it without any hassle. Moreover, people should take responsibility in controlling oil prices by using public transport, by using alternative fuels like cng, lpg and electric supported vehicles and car pooling. Oil prices is one of reasons of increase of rupee value. So people should take individual responsibility in controlling oil prices.

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Aditya said: (Feb 21, 2014)  
Hello friends,

Adding another reason to prevailing high oil prices is "corruption", which has its tentacles in each and every sectors in India. A recent report by AAP shows that government has been already in consent to increase the gas prices from April 1, 2014 and will pay RIL 8$ for the gas whose production cost is less than 1$. We are not sure about the truth behind the situation, but can very well decipher how corruption can lead to doom of country.

If gas prices will rise, then CNG, transportation, cooking gas and everything will be affected leading a common man to suffer.

Government should adopt preventive measures. Proper checks and balances should be applied on private corporation dealing with oil and gas business.

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Pavan said: (Feb 21, 2014)  
If there is hike in petrol & diesel prices it will directly or indirectly effect us like rise in prices of grocery, cloths, etc which will not much effect the rich people but makes the poor peoples suffocate to live in the society. In order to prevent this one must just using of cycles when there is not much distance to travel by doing this he will not only save petrol he will be healthy and also control the environment from getting polluted.

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Vishal Rana said: (Feb 19, 2014)  
Hello friends. Oil don't know why but of course today's need.

In stead of oil we should try solar type. Hope our engineer will do something (I mean invention of solar mobile just same as automobile) we need such type of experiments. Cause solar energy is every where and free of cost and of course unlimited.

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Hemant Singh said: (Feb 18, 2014)  
I think we should reduce our uses of oil that is the only effective way of controlling oil price and it has many other benefits also like.

1. Pollution in air will become less.
2. Riding bicycle will increase our health.
3. We will become more self dependent.
4. Alternate energy sources will provide employment to our country.

We can achieve this goal of low oil uses by applying many measures like,

1. We should acquire some penalty system for people who are using more oil. We can set limits for individual.

2. We have to encourage saving of oil by providing bicycle and making it easily available at any place like a store in some amount of population or on distance basis.

3. Ban of low milage vehicle.

4. More use of public transport.

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Sarath said: (Feb 17, 2014)  
To tackle the high oil prices one can't just hope the govt to do the magic as we all know the fossil fuel is limited and is being consumed ever since we found the use of it, so we can't hope the prize of the oil to come down. But what can be done is to switch to a more reliable and cheaper means energy sources to fuel our gadgets and everyday life.

As a committed citizen or as a worried citizen one can help themselves or help the country by using public transport and the govt can lead to this by offering better public transport facilities and better infrastructure.

Electric vehicles can be promoted by providing incentives and by awareness at grass root level.

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Sandeep Jain said: (Feb 14, 2014)  
I think now is the time to look at green resource of energy rather than depending on petroleum products. Because as we all know that source of petroleum are limited and as per some calculation they will last for some 150 years by now. In this situation it is better to look forward to alternative source of energy. Which will also help us to deploy the high fuel price.

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D.Anil Reddy said: (Feb 12, 2014)  
Greetings to everyone,

I like to forward and add few more thoughts on this topic (Dealing with High Oil price).

Using public transportation, satisfying our pleasures, greedy about fuel consumption may reduce prices of Oil and if we want permanent solutions for this type of actions we have to come up with counter attack.

First of all things ahead I like to pose 3 naked questions to you people.

1. Do our dreaming youth stop driving those sports vehicles which drags more fuel?

2. Do our spiritual family stops going out in cars?


3. Do our 21st century pays more attention towards money rather than TIME?

If any of those question is yes then I say natural resources are unlimited which sounds ridiculous.

Clearly the answer for these type of questions and issues is "this is the time we have to go with TECHNOLOGY. ".

There are now over billions vehicles traveling roads around the world directly and indirectly costing trillions of dollars in material resources, time and noxious emissions. Imagine all these vehicles running cleanly for 100 years on just 8 grams of fuel each.

Yes this is the Power of Human brain which drags and consumes only 8 grams of fuel for 100 years by using Thorium-Fueled Automobile Engine Needs Refueling Once a Century.

This is beginning and we have to advance in this area.

Thank you for giving opportunity to express my thoughts on DEALING WITH OIL prices.

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Mukesh Choudhary said: (Feb 12, 2014)  
Hello friends, It is observed and all of you know that prices of crude oils are increasing day by day. For this disaster we all human beings are responsible. Because transportation is increased by own vehicle, we should use the public transportation for general purposes. Govt should be increase the public transportation separately. We should use electrical, cng, lpg based vehicles.

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Sunshine said: (Feb 12, 2014)  
To save Fuel & Money.

1. Ask Government to start Public bike (Cycle) sharing system.
2. In (US) New york City bikes sharing system is very popular (Check U-Tube).
3. Advise people not to use their private cars at least once a month.
4. Put a rule to use certain amount of petrol, over consumption charge more.
5. There should be an electric Tram system like in Australia, Melbourne.

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Tushar said: (Feb 11, 2014)  
Hello friends,

As we know that the price of petrol/diesel in increasing day by day, it is because of more use of petrol.

In India lacks liter of fuel in westing per day. Reasons are,

1]. At each petrol pump at about 2-5 liter of fuel is westing because while taking out that filling fuel pipe 2-4 drops are westing during filling fuel in each vehicle.

So there are lacks of petrol pump in India so imagine how many lit of fuel is westing per day. So petrol pump owner should take care of this. Which can save fuel.

2]. Today everyone is having there own bike. While going for college, office, shop etc people use their bike (for 1 person). If they start sharing their bike then fuel will be saved.

Eg: Consider two person A and B living in the same building, area and both are going for the same college and having their own bike.

So they should share the bike. If everyone start doing sharing lacks lit of fuel will be saved.

3]. Avoid use of vehicle for the short distance.

If everyone commit this I am sure that results will be better.

Thank you.

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Pritam said: (Feb 10, 2014)  
Its really a very good topic to speak on.

And so many friends gives very great suggestions to reduce the effect of oil price hike. I just want to add a little bit on their suggestions.

First of all, I think, there is a need to create awareness among people about the importance of this very important natural resource. People should be aware that crude oil is very limited inside earth and should be used as minimum as possible.

We should try to use General Transportation like city buses, rickshaw and vikram for going to the easy places.

Sometimes, we need personal vehicle for transportation in our daily life so we cannot stop using them practically. But we should take care while buying a vehicle that it should consume lesser amount of fuel as compared to others. Nowadays, people are interested in buying bikes which are powerful and consume high amount of fuel like bullet, pulsar, yamaha. Fuel average of these powerful bikes are in range of 10KM/ltr to 30Km/ltr. Using these kind of vehicle for carrying just two people is totally a wastage of fuel. This wastage should be stopped.

Government should also encourage the use of rickshaw in city transportation. This will increase the employment for poor people and also reduces the use of fuel consuming transportation. This also make a positive effect on our environment too.

Government should also make the policy for car owners that, they should not be allowed to drive car until all the seats of it are not fulfilled i.e. No car should be run on road which do not have person other than driver.

Thank You.

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Kushal Bhalla said: (Feb 8, 2014)  
Hello everyone,

High oil price is a major issue in our country because we can't control on the consumption of the oil. When the demand of the product is high then price will also increase parallel.

So there are options that can help to reduce the price of oil.

1. There should be a limit for the subsidiary petrol (as like lpg cylinders) after the limit petrol will sell on the exact price. So that the people will aware form the limit and then any rule and regulation can be easily implement on public.

2. The public transport should be frequent and separate because most of the people does not feel comfortable and safe.

3. For the age of the driving licence should be increase because when a boy completed his 18 years he demands for the bike and consumption of fossil fuel will increase.

4. In the last there are lots of other resources like yo bike (battery bike) , lpg, cng, etc these are the alternatives of petrol so why people feels shame to drive the yo bike and cng cars just because the power of the petrol bike is too higher than yo bike but the yo bike having lots of benefits like money saving, consumption of petrol, safe, etc.

So the alternatives of the resources of the petrol should be promoted by our government.

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