EU Emissions Trading Scheme

Report
Features of carbon
projects implementation
in oil and gas sectors
in Russia
Mrs. Elena Krasnova
SGS Vostok Ltd.
Moscow, 28-29 April,2008
SGS GROUP WORLD-WIDE
13’300 employees
in the Americas
21’700 employees
in Europe,
Middle East
& Africa
13’000 employees
in Asia/Pacific
With more than 48'000 employees, SGS operates a
network of over 1'000 offices and laboratories around the
world.
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Background
 Carbon offset verifications established in 1997 by
SGS UK Ltd.
 SGS accredited for
SGS, Place des Alpes
1, Geneva
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CDM (DOE),
JI (AIE) as from 04.04.2008
EU Emissions Trading Scheme (25 countries),
UK Emissions Trading Scheme,
MERT accreditation in Russia as from 14.03.2008
California Climate Action Registry,
Chicago Climate Exchange etc.
 Objective is to be an accredited service provider to all
credible GHG emission trading schemes and
registries
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Carbon project cycle
Discussion, CAR/NIR
Draft Determination project
Site visit
Monitoring meth
Overview Findings
Baseline
Additionality
Project emissions
publishing
CER
ERU
VER
PDD + MP
 Step 1 Project design
 Step 2 Determination
EIA,
stakeholder
comments
 Step 3 Monitoring
Final determination report/opinion
Monitoring
report
 Step 4 Verification
Verification, Certification
$ $ $ $ $...
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Projects
Sectoral
Scope
1-energy
Project Title
Project
status
Refurbishment of Belgorod CHPP with installation
of two Gas Turbine Units of 30 MW each
Expert summary
prepared
Fuel Switch from Coal and Fuel
Oil to Natural Gas at Savinsky Cement Plant
Expert summary
prepared
CO2 Emission Reduction through Fuel Switch in the Town of
Belokurikha
on-going
Technical re-equipment of Elets CHP plant with
installation of Combined-Cycle Unit of 52 MW
ongoing
1,4energy&
industrial
Waste gas utilization at JSC Shchekinoazot
ongoing
13 -waste
Landfill gas recovery in Moscow Region – landfill site
TIMOCHOVO, CHMETIEVO, DMITROVSKIJ
3 projects in
MERT
10 –
fugitive
emissions
Low-pressure associated petroleum gas utilization at
Enisei Ltd., Usinsk, Komi Republic, Russia
ongoing
Utilization of Associated Petroleum Gas at Salym
Petroleum Development N.V., Russia
ongoing
Methane Leak capture in gas distribution networks
ongoing
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Case Study – 1
APG utilization
 Legal regulations
 Administration measures
 Financial component
 Baseline selection & Current
practice
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Case Study – 2
Leak Reduction in Gas Distribution System
 Objective of Validation process - to demonstrate that leaks are not
invented or exaggerated:
Collection a copy of the inventory of all pipes, valves, flanges, fittings,
open-ended lines, meters and pneumatic controllers covered by the project
(database/statistics on network)
Actual number of baseline measurements is dependent on
numbers&types&network conditions&monitoring system of potential leak
sources. In order to provide reliable figures, baseline is continually
amended and remains fully auditable
Ensuring that High Flow sampler equipment is used following
manufacturers procedures and remains fully calibrated
Detailed description of how this pre-repair measurements and repair will be
organized / Copy of Replacement schedule
Data are regularly written down to the computer database
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Case Study – 2
Continuation . . .
 Validation pitfalls/issues to
be checked by Project:
ability of the local staff to
conduct annual re-screening
of every leak
leak tagging system is
appropriate
leak identification procedures
and leak repairs schedule
data recording and keeping
provided with graphical
description of all revealed
leaks at each point
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For More Information
 Please Visit: www.sgs.com/climatechange
 Contact
Climate Change Programme Division
SGS Vostok. Ltd.
10/1 Letnikovskaya Street
Moscow, Russia
Tel: +7 495 775 44 55
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