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JI Projects
Status in Russia
Oleg Pluzhnikov
Russian compliance with KP provisions
GHG emissions in Russia, fact and forecast, mln. РЎРћ2-eq
3500
Quantitative
GHG emissions in the period 2008-2012
should not exceed the level of 1990
Planned reserve – 3 billion tons of CO2-eq.
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
1990
Institutional
Policy and measures
1995
2000
2005
2008
2010
2012
2015
1. National System for estimation of GHG emissions and sinks is
established (Decree # 278-p, responsible – Roshydromet)
GHG inventories have been submitted to the KP Secretariat
2. National Registry is established (Decree # 215-СЂ, 20.02.2006,
Responsible – MNR of Russia).
The Program of Social-economic development on medium-term
Perspective meets the requirements of KP. Approved by the Decree
of the Government # 38-p of 19.01.2006. Concept of long-term
development of Russian Economy is at the final stage of elaboration
Conclusion: Russia is on the track of meeting eligibility requirements to realize Kyoto mechanisms
ERU registration process: parties
involved, regulations adopted
• Government Decree № 215-р (February, 2006) – National Registry.
• Government Decree № 278-р (March, 2006) – National System for the
estimation of GHG emissions by source
• Governmental Decree № 332 (June, 2007) - Approval and checking of
the progress of projects implemented in accordance with Article 6 of the
Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate
Change. Responsible Ministry of Economic Development and Trade.
• Secondary legislation already approved by MEDT and agreed by the
Ministry of Justice (# 21, 52, 422, 424, 444):
- Order, approves the Status and the names of commission that will
review projects under KP. The commission comprises of nine high
rank officials, representing involved ministries to be headed by Kirill
Androssov (Deputy Minister, MEDT)
- Order, prescribes the procedures for development and
implementation of JI projects
- Order, distributes the emission quotas by sector for Russian
industries
“Window” for submission of JI applications is open by the Commission
starting from March 10, 2008. First projects by today are submitted to MEDT
Governmental Decree в„– 332. Focal
point - MEDT
JI Regulations в„– 332
authorizes MEDT to:
• Re-assign caps for GHG emission
reductions allowed from one sector to
another;
• Accept applications for the project
approval;
• Approve guidelines for the monitoring
• Approve project documentation
guidelines;
• Approve list of expert
organizations;
of project implementation including
requirements for the reporting of such
implementation by the sector;
• Put information on the official website
of MEDT including guidelines;
• Adopt standard form of the project
information about applicant and
passport
standard forms of required
• Approve target indicators of
documentation;
project performance and their
• Register applications and within 10
value;
working days forward it to the involved
• Establish caps for GHG emission
federal agencies;
reductions for different sectors;
• Suggest when applicable to the Russian
Government to eliminate project from
the project list.
JI projects in Russia: ERU registration
process
Provides opinion on PDD and
monitoring plans
Expert
Organization
Involved federal
agencies
Step 2
MEDT registers application
and within 10 working days
sends project documents for
the review
Applicant
(Investor)
Step 3
Agencies review project
documents and issue their
motivated negative/positive
position within 30 working
days
Step 4
MEDT sends project documents to
the Commission for pre-approval
Coordination
Center (MEDT)
Step 5
Step 1
Commission issues its
recommendations to grant national
approval to the selected projects
Applicant submits
required set of document
to MEDT with already
issued expert opinion
Authorized
Agency
Overviews JI project implementation,
receives reports from the Investor
Commission
Step 6
Russian Government
MEDT sends final list of suggested JI
projects for the final approval within
10 working days but not often than
once a quarter
List of approved and potential Expert
organizations (IEs)
1. Det Norske Veritas Certification Ltd (DNVcert)
2. Bureau Veritas Certification Holding S.A.
3. TГњV SГњD Industrie Service GmbH (TГњV-SГњD)
4. SGS United Kingdom Limited
5. TГњV NORD CERT GmbH
Japan Quality Assurance Organization (JQA)
Tohmatsu Evaluation and Certification Organization Co., Ltd (TECO)
Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance Ltd. (LRQA)
JACO CDM., Ltd.
Japan Consulting Institute (JCI)
Spanish Association for Standardisation and Certification (AENOR)
TГњV Rheinland Group (TГњV Rheinland)
SQS, Swiss Association for Quality and Management Systems
KPMG
Germanischer Lloyd Certification GmbH
Project applications, submitted to MEDT by
April 17, 2008
1
0070
Methane Emissions Avoidance in Tomsk Gas
Distribution Network
Core Carbon
Group
TUV-SUD
229 667
2
0020
Methane Emissions Avoidance in Orel gas
distribution network
Core Carbon
Group
DNV
1 820 000
3
0014
Methane Emissions Avoidance in Kursk gas
distribution network
Core Carbon
Group
DNV
1 200 000
4
0036
Coal-to-Waste Wood Energy Switch in the
Town of Onega, Archangelsk Oblast, NorthWest Russia (“Onega Wood Energy Project”)
GFA Consulting
Group GmbH
TUV-SUD
788 054
5
0074
Nitrous oxide abatement in nitric acid
production at OJSC KuibyshevAzot (Russian
Federation)
Core Carbon
Group
TUV SUD
2 945 000
6
0043
Landfill Gas recovery in Moscow – landfill site
CHMET’EVO
ECOCOM
Climate
Protection GmbH
SGS
1 855 139
7
0062
Landfill gas recovery in Moscow Region –
landfill site TIMOCHOVO
ECOCOM
Climate
Protection GmbH
SGS
2 978 833
8
0042
Landfill gas recovery in Moscow – landfill site
DMITROVSKIJ
ECOCOM
Climate
Protection GmbH
SGS
2 143 630
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