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  • Pic Pechoraneft

    Construction of Small Power Generating Facilities in the Oilfields Operated by OJSC Pechoraneft in Nenets Autonomous District

    The project aims to enhance beneficial use of associated petroleum gas (APG) in the oilfields developed by OJSC Pechoraneft in Nenets Autonomous District through construction of new gas-fired energy centers (EC).

    This project includes construction of two APG-fired Energy Centers with the total installed capacity of 16.772 MW. The newly constructed ECs serve to cover the auxiliary power needs of the oilfields operated by OJSC Pechoraneft. The project will result in significantly higher beneficial utilization of APG and in a reduced diesel fuel combustion rate at the existing diesel power plants (DPPs).

    Power generation in the newly built ECs will help to reduce carbon dioxide emissions that are due to diesel fuel combustion at DPPs. Besides, additional utilization of APG due to the project will reduce the amount of gas flaring which will result in methane emission reductions.

    Expected emission reductions over 2008-2012 - 239,203 tonnes of СО2e

  • Doc1 Surgutneftegas 2

    Construction of a gas transmission network for associated petroleum gas utilization in the fields of OJSC Surgutneftegas in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District

    The project aims to increase associated petroleum gas (APG) utilization by building compressor stations and gas pipelines in the fields developed by OJSC Surgutneftegas in Western Siberia, in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District (KhMAD) of the Russian Federation.

    This project covers construction of three low-pressure gas compressor stations (LPGCS) in Bittemskoe, Alyokhinskoe and Ulyanovskoe fields, a compressor station (CS) in Ai-Pimskoe field and 25 gas pipelines with the total length of 563 km that would connect some remote fields and sections with the existing gas transmission infrastructure.

    The newly built facilities have made it possible to reduce APG (especially low-pressure APG) flaring and instead deliver it to end-users.

    Expected emission reductions over 2008-2012 – 11 163 ktСО2e

    Project status

    Validated 28.12.2012 BVC

  • Solar Panels

    Registration of “South African Large Scale Grid Connected Solar Park Programme”

    UNFCCC has announced the successful registration of BWC’s “South African Large Scale Grid Connected Solar Park Programme”. The main object of the programme is to contribute to the development and promotion of renewable energy in South Africa by building a framework to secure carbon revenue for solar park developers.

  • Wind Project 2013

    Registration of “Amakhala Emoyeni Grid Connected 138.6 MW Wind Farm, Phase 1, South Africa”

    UNFCCC has announced the successful registration of “Amakhala Emoyeni Grid Connected 138.6 MW Wind Farm, Phase 1, South Africa” CDM project developed by BWC. The project envisages the construction and operation of a wind farm with installed capacity of 138.6 MW. The wind farm will be comprised of 66 wind turbines with the capacity of 2.1 MW each and the associated infrastructure.

  • Small Solar Project 2013

    The new book “Voluntary systems and standards to reduce greenhouse gas emissions” was published

    BWC together with WWF-Russia with support from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (UK) prepared and published the book “Voluntary systems and standards to reduce greenhouse gas emissions”.

  • News Post

    Registration of “Small-scale solar electrical programme, South Africa”

    UNFCCC has announced the successful registration of BWC’s “Small-scale solar electrical programme, South Africa”. The objective of this programme is to boost the use of solar electrical systems by domestic consumers and private companies of South Africa

  • News Post

    Registration of “Kathu Grid Connected 100 MW Solar Park, South Africa”

    UNFCCC has announced the successful registration of “Kathu Grid Connected 100 MW Solar Park, South Africa” CDM project developed by BWC. The project envisages the construction and operation of a solar park with an output capacity of up to and including 100 MW. The solar park will be equipped with several arrays of photovoltaic (PV) panels.

  • Carbon Inventory

    Carbon inventory at OJSC Arkhangelsk Pulp and Paper Mill for 2012

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  • Small Scale Solar Electrical Programme

    Small-scale solar electrical programme, South Africa

  • South African Grid Connected Wind Farm Programme

    South African Grid Connected Wind Farm Programme

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