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    ISO 14064-1:2018 – Greenhouse Gases (GHG) - Inventory

     Course Summary

    • A three-day course that provides an understanding of ISO 14064-1 and how to integrate GHG management into the organizational energy culture. The course focuses on the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory, specifies the principles and requirements for the quantification and reporting of GHG emissions and removals at the organizational level, and includes requirements for the design, development, management, reporting, and/or verification of the organization's GHG inventory.
    Course Objective
    • The objective of the course is to provide the participants with the required knowledge for the preparation of the Greenhouse Gas Inventory under the guidelines of ISO 14064 Part 1, with theory and practical cases of the O&G industry.
    • Presentations and practical examples of the O&G industry, tests, and content reviews.
    The following topics will be discussed in the course
    • Integration of GHG management into the energy culture of the organization.
    • International GHG Management Regulations.
    • Preparation of the organization's GHG inventory.

    Introduction to ISO 14064 – Greenhouse Gases
    • ISO 14064 Part 1- Greenhouse Gases (GHG):
    • Specification with guidance, at the level of organizations, for the quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removals.
    • ISO 14064-2 – Greenhouse Gases (GHG):
    • Specification with guidance, at a project level, for quantifying, monitoring, and reporting emission reductions or increases in greenhouse gas removals.
    • ISO 14064 Part 3- Greenhouse Gases (GHG):
    • Specification with guidance for validation and verification of greenhouse gas claims
    •  Analysis of ISO 14064- Part 1
    • Introduction
      • 1 Purpose and field of application.
      • 2 Normative references.
      • 3 Terms and definitions.
      • 3.1 Terms relating to greenhouse gases.
      • 3.2 Terms relating to the GHG inventory process.
      • 3.3 Terms relating to biogenic material and land use.
      • 3.4 Terms relating to organizations, stakeholders, and verification.
    • 4 Principles
      • 4.1 General
      • 4.2 Relevance
      • 4.3 Integrity
      • 4.4 Consistency
      • 4.5 Accuracy
      • 4.6 Transparency
    • 5 GHG inventory limits
      • 5.1 Organizational boundaries
      • 5.2 GHG reporting limits.
    • Workshop: Determination of GHG Inventory Boundaries

    Analysis of ISO 14064- Part 1

      • 6 Quantification of GHG emissions and removals
      • 6.1 Identification of GHG sources, sinks, and repositories.
      • 6.2 Selection of quantification approach
      • 6.3 Calculation of GHG emissions and removals
      • 6.4 Base year GHG inventory
    • 7 Mitigation activities
      • 7.1 Emissions Reduction Initiatives
      • 7.2 Actions to reduce emissions or increase GHG removals
      • 7.3 Targets for reducing emissions or increasing GHG removals
    • Workshop: Identification and selection of sources, sinks, and repositories and calculation of emissions/removals for the GHG inventory.

    Analysis of ISO 14064- Part 1

    • 8 GHG inventory quality management
      • 8.1 GHG information management
      • 8.2 Document Retention and Record-Keeping
      • 8.3 Uncertainty assessment
    • 9 GHG reports
      • 9.1 General
      • 9.2 GHG Report Planning
      • 9.3 Content of the report on GE
    • 10 Role of the organization in verification activities
    • Workshop: a case study of the preparation of the GHG report.
    • Course Conclusions

    • This course is recommended for people interested in and/or responsible for participating in the organization's GHG emissions and removal inventory.

    • GHG Management Systems: Fundamentals, Characteristics and Objectives.
    • Management processes: Quantification of GHG emissions and removals. 
    • Goals, objectives, and activities to reduce emissions and increase GHG removals.
    • Preparation of the GHG Inventory.

    • Knowledge of management systems.

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