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ABOUT US
 B.S. Hydrocarbons Pvt Ltd is a fully owned subsidiary of B.S. Multitrade Pvt Ltd established in 1999 Head quartered in Mumbai ,India (www.bsmultitrade.com)  Our professionals have worked in business, government and public international agencies, in different countries, and in diverse cultures. They possess a combination of diverse skills, training, knowledge, and experiences to serve our customers.  We treat all our clients as strategic partners. Our main specialization - environmental friendly methods of waste disposal. Highly experienced in process technology and optimization of industrial processes,  construction of industrial facilities, business development and sales, project management.
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BUSINESS STRATEGY

•Recover value from waste; •Decrease gas emissions; •Do not use food resources for energy production!

Practical implementation of environmental friendly technologies :

Technology adaptation and development

Marketing and sales

Turnkey projects

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THE CHALLANGE The concept of ‘sustainable development’ with regard to Rubber & Plastic waste:
Some wastes such as - Scrap Tyres, Industrial Rubber waste, Industrial Plastic waste Are
• Non-biodegradable, has always posed a problem of its disposal,

without polluting the environment. • Poisonous gases get released into the atmosphere when burnt • Land filling leads to the contamination of soil, thereby rendering it useless for cultivation.

Hence it was imperative that a suitable mechanism be evolved to ensure that
  All rubber waste be treated to cause minimal pollution to Soil and atmosphere Technology for such treatment to be eco-friendly, so as to have minimal
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THE SOLUTION
Fuel

Useful Products Incineration Energy of offgases

Waste Combustion fuel Pyrolysis
Fuel

Recovered materials Energy of offgases
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EFFICIENT INDUSTRIAL PYROLYSIS
Efficient industrial Pyrolysis is a process to treat the rubber & industrial plastic waste. Pyrolysis is the decomposition of organic compounds during oxygenfree atmosphere to produce gas, oil and char.

Waste
gas

Coolin g Gas

He at

Oxygen

Solids

Oil
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Process : Placing the organic material inside a sealed vessel and applying heat.

THE PROPOSITION
 B. S. Hydrocarbons Pvt. Ltd. proposes to convert the rubber waste into high quality furnace oil for the Indian markets Carbon black is produced as a residue The Patent is jointly held by B. S. Multitrade Pvt Ltd and the inventor The Manufacturing process is ISO certified The plant is manufactured in china to reduce costs (as the steel prices are much Lower) The Raw material can be supplied from our associate companies in the middle –east ( More than 2000000 metric tonnes are in place)

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THE PLANT OVERVIEW
 The plant has various capacities to process waste ie 6 tonnes,10 tonnes and multiples of the same The Plant operates on Batch Process and each batch takes 12 hours for complete extraction of Oil and Carbon Black 35-40% is the oil recovery from rubber waste 50-60% is the oil recovery from industrial plastic waste 30% Residue is carbon Black 30% is heavy oil and Methane gas which be used for heating Can be operated 24X7
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THE TECHNICAL PROCESS OVERVIEW
 The Waste rubber is fed into the Reactor Vessel and heated under controlled conditions of temperature and pressure. The Catalyst used will effect molecular restructuring of the rubber under the pyrrolysis process. As a result, furnace oil in gaseous form is produced along with other gases. These vaporized gases are passed through Heat Exchangers, wherein the furnace oil gas is condensed into liquid form. The furnace oil liquid is then purified further to make it of high quality. During the process, Carbon Black is generated. The heat exchangers use coolant water as the condensing medium and this water is re-circulated.

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SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF THE TECHNICAL PROCESS

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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
1. Exhaust gas - full combustion in water seal and gas burner of safety devices, the pollution to exhaust gas shall be eliminated and a large amount of fuel shall be saved. - desulfurization dust collector shall be used to discharge smoke and dust; the discharge of smoke and dust shall meet related standards of ­2001 2. Waste liquid Faintly acid waste water shall produce in the course of treatment of oil products (about 50 kg waste water each ton oil, small volume and tracable); after neutralization by adding faintly alkaline liquor, the neutral waste water shall be harmless with three-grade filtration and be discharged into special evaporation processor to vapor (heat source is the flue residual heat of main processor). 3. Waste solid C O N F I D E N The residue left from catalysis and split of waste tyres is TIAL
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THE INFRASTRUCTURE REQUIREMENTS

The rated capacity of the entire Plant is 10 KWH and as such, only Low Tension power connection is needed for the operation. Water requirement is 5000 Ltrs/day. This water is re-circulated. Space required for the machinary would be 2000sq feet shed with 20 feet height Storage space is necessary to stock raw material required three months raw material It is advisable to be located in a isolated place as carbon black might be a hindrance to industries very close by
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ABOUT FURNACE OIL
Furnace Oil Characteristics
• Key industrial fuel. Almost every manufacturer uses it. • Highly volatile. Daily average volatility 3-4%. • Huge Market size – Rs 25000 crores per annum • Large no. of traders, resellers, Costing ofand consumers Furnace Oil by oil importers. • Arab Gulf Assessment price • Plus Freight from Fujairah (UAE) to Mumbai • Import Duty (at present at 10%)

Key Indicators
• Price assessments given by Platts/Argus on daily basis. • Crude Oil prices • Imports of Fuel oil into China • Global Freight Rates • Refinery shutdowns in India

companies is as follows:

Who can Use it
• All industries who have energy price risk • Traders/resellers in the petroleum business • Importers/ Exporters of petroleum products 13

INDIAN FURNACE OIL MARKET SCENARIO

India had a total consumption demand of around 18.03 million metric tons in context of furnace oil. The country has a large appetite for furnace oil that is used in the following industries serving the nations.  Transport sector (263000 tons)  Shipping sector (135000 tons)  Other transport (128000 tons)  Food/plantation sector (376000 tons)  Power sector (488000 tons)  Miscellaneous services (1100000 tons)  Fertilizer (445000 tons)  Chemical and allied (1372000 tons)  Textile (670000 tons)  Iron and steel (574000 tons)  Other industries (1653000 tons)
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FINANCIAL WORKINGS
Capital Cost
Machinery Ocean freight & Insurance Import Duty Clearing chargers Freight to site Infra structure exp Testing Lab Preoperative exp Contingency exp TOTAL CAPITAL COST (A)

(in lakhs)

Amount
110.00 03.00 30.80 01.00 00.50 10.00 05.00 10.00 06.50 162.00

Working capital
Raw material (12mt X25= 300) (@Rs5000per MT) Two month stock Operating expenses ( Power,wages,maintanence etc)

Amount
30.00 5.00

Total Working Capital (B)

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TOTAL PROJECT COST ( A+ B)

= 197

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PROFITABILITY
Furnace Oil Price per MT Rs26,000 ( 4.8 Mt per day) (4.8 X 25 days a month = 120MT ) (120MT X 12) = 1440 MT) Carbon Black Price per MT 5000 (3.6 MT per day) (3.6 X 25 days a month = 90MT) (90 MT X 12 = 1080 MT)

(in lakhs)

Sales

Amount

Cost of Sale

Amount

375

Raw Material price per MT Rs5000 12 MT per day 180 12X25days a month = 300MT (300 MT X 12) = 3600 MT Power & fuel 3 7 6 29 20 245

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labour Salaries (supervisor,admin,manager) Interest @ 15% pa Depreciation

TOTAL NET SALES (A)

429

Total cost of sale (B)

Gross Profit (A-B) = 184
ADD Back Depreciation Provision for taxes(-) NET PROFIT 184 +20 = 204 204-25 179 NET CASH ACCRUALS PROFIT AFTER TAX 204 179 ROI 7% pm

Pay back period 15months

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OUR SERVICE OFFERINGS FOR THIS PROJECT
Phase 1 : Initiation
• Prepare a Detailed project roadmap • Appoint an exclusive team • Assist in applying various govt permissions • Set up an office (if required) • Set up timelines to deliver • Create a financial plan • Create an Acceptance plan

Phase 2 : Strategic Planning
• Execute necessary documentation with the regulatory bodies • Sourcing of raw material • Create a Resource plan • Create a Buy back arrangement • Order placement

Phase 3 : Execution
• Standard inspection and test (pre shipment) • Ensure proper delivery of the machinery • Erection and commissioning of the plant • Mechanical and performance tests • Training of personnel • Ensure production
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Phase 4 : Post Installation
• Annual Maintenance contract • Practical and specific plan Business continuity • Sharpen the company positioning • Extend full Support for expansion • Marketing tieups the help of our corporate relationships 17

MANAGEMENT TEAM
Shriram Iyer – Managing Director
Over 10years of Management and strategic consulting experience worked with Price water house cooper, Nike, Malaysian Airlines, Wallstreet bank, CB Richard Ellis currently handling global marketing and client services. He is also in the board of Resources Global (India) pvt ltd, Divinus Consulting pvt ltd. Shriram is a MBA from Kingston University .

Viswanatan Ramakrishnan – Technical director
Over 18 years of Industrial automation and engineering experience is an expert in waste recycling. Has been successful in cross border researches and was nominated for the national award in 2000 for his outstanding contribution to the plastic Industry. Prior to joining BS Hydrocarbons he was the country director of Akoi Technical labs a Japanese company. Currently in charge of technology and Research. Viswanathan is has a first class degree in Instrumentation Engineering.

NR Krishnan – Director Marketing
Over 22 years of experience in marketing and finance Krishnan has worked with the likes of Panasonic and Gammon .He is currently in charge of Marketing in South India and strategic global partnerships.

Jyoti Vyas – Director Sales
With Over 35 years of Business experience he has been a successful entrepreneur at 18 a young age .He guides the company's marketing and sales strategies and is in C O N F I D Eof T I A L sales. charge N global

YOUR ADVANTAGE DOING BUSINESS WITH US
 Fast Execution: We deliver the skills you need and when you need them. We are committed and focused to work with you to ensure that each and every issue receives the immediate appropriate response; Quality: Our specialists are always at the cutting edge: skilled, professional, and experienced. We place interests of our customers at the top. The delivered information is provided from the quality sources only; Cost Effectiveness: Contract terms are negotiated to suit the realities and requirements of each project. Pay for what you need and when you need it:  start small and short-term and then plan for growth and the long-term;

Low Risk: We deliver our projects in a very transparent way. You will be able to minimise the risk by total control of the 19 scope, cost and execution. CONFIDENTIAL 

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