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ISG-ISO 14001

ISG-ISO 14001 Certification ISO 14001 is an internationally agreed standard that sets out the requirements for an environmental management system. It helps organizations improve their environmental performance through more efficient use of resources and reduction of waste, gaining a competitive advantage and the trust of stakeholders. ISG has been certified to ISO 14001 since 2001(during the construction period). The last Environmental Management System audit has been conducted from the 2nd to the 5th of December 2017 by SGS Certifying Office. Following the achieved results by ISG, SGS Office awarded Certificate ISO 14001 VERSION 2015 instead of Certificate ISO 14001 VERSION 2004. Scope of the ISO 14001 Ver 2015: It presents the requirements of an environmental management system that supports the fundamental environmental pillar of sustainability, as well as the main results: · Improved environmental performance. · Compliance requirements. · Achievement of the objectives. ISO 14001 Requirements: PLAN · Environmental aspects. · Legal and other requirements. · Objectives and Programme. DO · Leadership and management commitment, roles, responsibilities and authorities. · Resources. · Competence, training and awareness. · Internal / external communication. · System documentation. · Mastery of activities with significant aspects / impacts. · Preparation and control of emergency situations. CHECK · Monitoring and measurement. · Environmental performance. · Evaluation of compliance. ACT · Management review. Key Concept: ISO 14001 Communicate what you will do and apply what you have communicated 08

Energy Efficiency Project As well as being a major producer of energy, the oil and gas industry is itself a major consumer of energy. That is, large amounts of energy are needed to extract resources from the ground and process, transform, transport and deliver those resources to end users, relative both to the economic value and to the volume of the oil and gas supplied. Objectives The objective is to use energy efficiently to achieve the following: · Optimize the gas used for generating energy and driving the process plants. · Reduce the GHG emitted to the environment. · Increase the slightly the sales gas volume. · Increase revenue for the company and the government. The on-going activities are: Mapping -We have identified the sources and uses of energy in ISG process plant. Reviewing We are currently looking into energy usages and wastages - Usage: GTG’s , Reboilers, GTCS, Fired heaters - Wastages : Values, blown down equipment, degassers - Optimizes: identify where we can suggest energy savings / led bulbs for halogens bulbs. Modelling -We are currently building and bench marking Process and Utility models of KBA, TEG, REG, IS and HRM CPFs’ to establish a baseline of energy requirement. The expected results when completed are: · Short term measures to energy saving. · Long term measures. · Create energy electronic dashboard for management oveview. · Increase energy saving awareness. · Reduce gas wastages and increase revenue for ISG. Case of IS CPF Glycol Reboiler Target Is to optimize energy around the glycol pump and reboiler Outcome -Improve the dehydrated gas quality - Consequence -Reduce excess glycol flow - Reduce fuel gas consumption -Reduce pump power - Save money -Reduce stripping gas -Reduce gas flaring and protect environment Energy Supply Process Units Utility System Energy Demands 09