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  • CDM Methodology Workshop On Gas Flaring Reduction Amsterdam - 3 December, 2008
  • Workshop agenda
    • Status of gas flaring worldwide
    • Gas flaring and sustainable development (Thomas Eid)
    • Methodologies and Gas Capture
      • Introduction to methodology issues (Paul Parks)
      • Current methodologies (Alexandrina Planotova and S. Ross)
      • Alternative uses to reduce gas flaring (Anders Pederstad)
      • Gas re injection (Steinar Nja)
      • PANEL DISCUSSION
    • Conclusions and recommendation
      • PANEL DISCUSSION
  • Your participation…
    • After the presentations and 1st panel discussion, we will ask everyone to provide us with:
      • Most critical issues
      • Priority for addressing these issues
      • Suggested ideas as next steps
    • Feedback will be presented at the GGFR Steering Committee
  • Global Gas Flaring
    • An estimated 150-170 bcm of gas is flared globally (about 25% of US consumption)
    • Adds more than 400 million tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere each year
    • 75% of global flaring occurs in fewer than 10 countries
    • Major flaring areas are: Russia, Gulf of Guinea and the Middle East
    • Flaring levels remain constant dispite increased oil production
  • Global Satellite Estimated Gas Flaring 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 180 190 200 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 Estimated Volume (BCM)
    • To help initiation of DNAs in GGFR partner countries (e.g. Angola, Nigeria, Indonesia, Algeria, and Russia)
    • To better understand how flaring/venting reduction projects could earn carbon credits and achieve results
    • Chance to make a difference: projects offer large, real, measurable ERs
    • Industry engaged but not strongly linked with emerging processes
    • Few projects back then (and still now)
    • Limited (and limiting) associated gas utilization methodologies (AM 0009 & 37 upstream and AM 0055 for downstream)
    • SD benefits: from small to large scale projects
    GGFR and Carbon Finance
  • Thank you!
    • Further information:
    • [email_address]
    • www.worldbank.org/ggfr
    GGFR’s Vision is…