Together with Carbon Limits Nigeria, Carbon Limits is hosting a Nigerian delegation from NNPC to discuss carbon and climate finance and methane emissions reduction in the oil and gas sector.
Author: Gaelle Cauchois
On September 30th, applications for free allowances under EU ETS were sent from national environmental agencies across Europe to the European Commission. Carbon Limits has supported 10 Norwegian companies in industries ranging from district heating to paper manufacturing in preparing their applications. Our support has in certain cases resulted in applying for allowances significantly above … Continued
Carbon Limits is pleased to announce the publication of “Blending climate finance and carbon market mechanisms: Options for the attribution of mitigation outcomes”, prepared by INFRAS, Vivid Economics and Carbon Limits for the Carbon Partnership Facility and Transformative Carbon Asset Facility. Given the importance of exploring how climate finance and carbon markets can work together … Continued
Carbon Limits is following its capacity building efforts under Oil for Development! Marc-Alexander Bergauer and Irina Isakova were happy to be in Beirut last week carrying out a workshop to support Iraq in building its greenhouse gases inventory for the oil and gas sector.
Carbon Limits was in Trondheim last week for Carbon Capture and Storage! Benjamin Heras Cruz presented at TCCS-10 on “Communicating the Value of CCUS for Carbon and Climate finance support” and Gaëlle Bureau – Cauchois participated to the French Norwegian workshop on CCUS giving an introduction to the past collaborations between the 2 countries.
Carbon Limits is excited to have joined Avfall Norge, the Norwegian waste management and recycling association. We look forward to expanding our network and project portfolio within the biogas sector.
In the last week of March, the Norwegian Environment Agency together with Carbon Limits has conducted training on Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) of GHG emissions from the oil and gas sector for the national authorities of Ghana, as well as the oil and gas operators in the country. Over 30 participants took part in … Continued
Arctic countries represent about 40% of the global oil and gas production and account for a large part of global methane emission from the sector. Carbon Limits performed a project funded by the Norwegian Ministry of Climate and Environment to improve the knowledge of the oil and gas sector methane abatement potentials and costs in … Continued
A Carbon Limits-led consortium was one of three to win an international competition for a framework contract to support the Swedish Energy Agency (SEA). The contract on “analysis and method development for Article 6 of the Paris Agreement” will include future assignments on a range of issues in the negotiations and policy environment for crediting … Continued
On 15 November 2018, the Rwandan government formally launched the “Standardized Crediting Framework (SCF) Pilot”, an initiative support by the World Bank’s Carbon Initiative for Development (Ci-Dev) to develop innovative tools to support energy access in poor countries using international carbon markets under the Paris Agreement. This is the second SCF Pilot – first one … Continued