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GHG Emissions in Supply Chain Management. Katrina Cooper CEnv MCIEEM. Best practice. Supply chain policy Carbon management and GHG emissions should be one of the procurement criteria during tendering
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GHG Emissions in Supply Chain Management Katrina Cooper CEnv MCIEEM
Best practice • Supply chain policy • Carbon management and GHG emissions should be one of the procurement criteria during tendering • Graduated criteria/priority to carbon-intensive suppliers – set criteria – need input from those with experience • Part of pre-qualification process • Leverage existing systems – e.g. IVMS – increased safety and fuel efficiency – changes driving behaviour – should be standard on all contracts • Use technology – e.g. video conferencing • Cascade best practice up and down • Incentive schemes – personal and project-level • Newsletter/corporate reporting • Climate change champions • Monitoring, e.g. of supplier performance – link to renewal of agreements • Audit
Measurement • Need to measure/monitor first • Need to define what to measure, units of measurement • Baseline is an issue – answer is to define per km, kw/h, per employee, standard emission rates • Who to and what to do about it….
Reporting • Build into HSE reporting system – need to set targets • Use of IFC-compliant metrics/system / GHG protocol calculation tools • Publicity / transparency – site, company, external • Discipline of reporting and feedback into action
Reduction • Set targets to improve performance • Logistics strategy – re: mode of transport of pipe and materials • Fuel efficient equipment – e.g. electric equipment and vehicles – need time to mobilise and investment • Traffic / transport planning – e.g. use of buses • IVMS • Camp PV - for some of the energy requirement • Local procurement – cut transport emissions • Consider equipment that can be reused in O&M phase – opens up WHR, anaerobic digestion • Lighting levels, design, energy efficient units • Waste reduction - reduce emissions off-site