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1 INSTITUTE FOR STUDIES AND POWER ENGINEERING 02- July 2012

2 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering In Brief Your strategic partner in developing investments projects Bucharest Timisoara TIMISOARA BUCURESTI more than 60 years of sustained activity private company since 1996 promoting complex consulting and engineering services for local and global clients from public and private sectors leader in the field of environmental engineering since 2006 ISPE, through the Energy & Environment Division offering integrated solutions for a sustainable energy future at regional, national and local level. QEHS applied according to ISO 9001, ISO 14001, BS OHSAS and ISO/CEI 27001

3 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering Structure Business Development Division Marketing & Contracting CHAIRMAN and C.E.O. Ioan Dan Gheorghiu Energy & Environment Division Carmencita Constantin Power Transmission & Distribution Division Mihail Coteanu Timişoara Subsidiary Dumitru Gârdan Financial Division Maria Pop-Moldovan Public Relations & Communication Information & Documentation Environmental Engineering Studies and Projects Financing Thermomecanical Systems Civil Engineering Power Systems Studies HV Substations Electric & Control Systems Process Civil Works Controlling Financial & Accounting Administrative IT & C Division Dragoş Pascale Supervisory Board Shareholders General Assembly Financial Overhead Transmission Lines Project Management Mihai Dumitrescu Human Resources General Secretary Celestin Alexandrescu QEHS - Integrated Management System Human Resources Division Cristinel Ocnaşu Research & Development Department Anca Popescu Occupational HS & Professional Training MANAGING DIRECTOR Ovidiu Apostol

4 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering Environmental risk assessment for particulate matter (PM10) Client: SC ArcelorMittal Galati SA Start/Completion Date: 2006 / 2007 In brief Due to the technological process, iron and steel production plants have a high environmental impact. One important aspect, featured in the iron and steel production facilities is the total particulate matter that can have a significant effect on the environment and human health. Services Environmental Risk Assessment study; Assessing human health; Mathematical dispersion modeling of particulate matter. Partners: ICEM - Metallurgical Research Institute - Bucharest

5 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering Safe Operation of the Malina Technological Ponds Client: Arcelor Mittal Galati SA Start/Completion Date: 2009/2011 In brief The Malina sludge bed has the role of homogenizing, levigating and accumulating suspensions in waste waters coming from the steel plants, rolling mills and blast-furnaces on the industrial platform. Services Feasibility Study; Basic design, performance schedule and technical specifications Permitting documentation for the urbanism certificate; Permitting documentation for the environment permit; Permitting documentation for the water management permit.

6 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering Technical Project for Closure and Rehabilitation of Hidrohalda and Soldana II Technological Ponds Client: Arcelor Mittal Galati SA Start/Completion Date: 2008/2009 In brief Once maximum capacities has been reached, the client is bound to close and rehabilitate the sludge beds areas, according to current governmental and state regulations. Services Basic design and technical specifications Permitting documentation for the urbanism certificate; Permitting documentation for the environment permit; Permitting documentation for the water management permit.

7 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering Security report - Arcelor Mittal Galaţi Client: Arcelor Mittal Galati Start/Completion Date: March 2007 In brief The project included the drafting of the security report, in accordance with GD 95/2003 (SEVESO II). The document contains: Information about the management system and organization for preventing major accidents; Presentation of the environment in which the Arcelor Mittal Galaţi complex is located; Description of the main activities; Description of dangerous substances (physical, chemical, toxicological, eco-toxicological properties) used in the activity of Arcelor Mittal Galaţi (UCC, UOR, ULP, UPDES factories); Description of the possible major accident scenarios; Description of the protection and intervention measures for limiting the consequences of an accident on the Arcelor Mittal Galaţi platform. Services Assistance for the preparation and submission of the security report in order to obtain the integrated environmental permit 3.1. Design of ash and slag landfills; Design of ash and slag stockade; Design of industrial waste landfills; Closing down industrial waste landfills; Reclamation and renaturation of industrial sites; Consolidation of versants, stabilization of land slides, design of drainage systems; Regularization of water streams; Development of topographical surveys; Interpretation of geo-technical data.

8 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering National Programme for Carbon Capture and Storage – CCS Client: Ministry of Economy Trade and the Business Environment Start/Completion Date: 2010/on-going In brief The overall objective of the project consists in reducing the environmental impact generated by industrial activities, by using the geological capture and storage of carbon. Project stages: Analyzing the necessity to amend and supplement the existing legislation with specific provisions on the geological transport and storage of CO2 in Romania; Preparing the application to obtain funds; Studies that underlay the National CCS Programme; National CCS Programme. Services Research study

9 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering GETICA CCS Demo Project European CCS Demonstration Project Network member Client: Global CCS Institute - Australia Start/Completion Date: 2010/2011 In brief The purpose of the study was to implement the CCS technology (carbon capture, transport and storage) in Romania. Main objectives: To contribute to the achievement of the national objectives for the reduction of CO2; To reduce greenhouse gases, as part of the global effort to stabilize climate change; To contribute to the development of the global CCS market by tackling technology-specific difficulties, and developing projects both in Romania, and in the Eastern Europe. The GETICA CCS demo project shall be implemented at unit no. 6 (250 MWe net) in Turceni TPP. The unit is under a rehabilitation program. Services Feasibility study for CO2 capture; Feasibility study for CO2 transport; Feasibility study for CO2 storage; Report on the financing application for the EU-NER300 European programme

10 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering GETICA CCS Demo Project European CCS Demonstration Project Network member Client: Romanian Government - METBE, Complex Energetic Turceni, Romgaz, Transgaz Start/Completion Date: 2010/2011 (commissioning 2015) In brief The purpose of the project was to implement the CCS technology (carbon capture, transport and storage) in Romania. Main objectives of the project were: To contribute to the achievement of the national objectives for the reduction of CO2; To reduce greenhouse gases, as part of the global effort to stabilize climate change; To contribute to the development of the global CCS market by tackling technology-specific difficulties, and developing projects both in Romania, and in the Eastern Europe. The GETICA CCS demo project shall be implemented at unit no. 6 (250 MWe net) in Turceni TPP. The unit is under a rehabilitation program. Services Feasibility study for CO2 capture; Feasibility study for CO2 transport; Feasibility study for CO2 storage; Drafting the financing application for the EU-NER300 European programme – submitting the documentation to MECMA.

11 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering GETICA CCS Demo Project - Technologies Optimization Client: Ministry of Economy, Trade and Business Environment Start/Completion Date: 2011 (on going) /2012 In brief The main goal of the project is to analyze and identify the optimum technical solutions for implementing a CO2 capture plant at an existing power unit, for developing the CO2 transport infrastructure and for CO2 safely storing. The project will assess the existing legal and institutional framework for the construction, operation, closing and post-closing of the CCS demo project. CO2 monitoring technical alternatives will be also analyzed. Services Studies for CO2 optimum technical solutions for implementing a CO2 capture plant at an existing power unit; Assessing the existing legal and institutional framework; CCS technology implementation optimizing; CO2 integrated monitoring process analysis (capture, transport and storage).

12 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering CO2 Transportation Risk Assessment for Carbon Capture and Storage Client: BS-ERA.NET, EC – FP7 Start/Completion Date: 2011 (on going) /2013 In brief BS-ERA.NET, networking project aimed at integrating the participating countries from the Black Sea extended region in the European Research Area, financed by the European Commission within the FP7 and managed by a consortium of 17 institutions from 13 European countries The research project, developed by 4 partners from 4 different European countries, aims to address: the thermodynamic analysis and modeling of pure CO2 and its mixtures with other impurities, such as H2S, N2, water etc, over a wide range of temperatures and pressures, the analysis of the most important risks related to CO2 pipeline transportation (landslide, seismic, corrosion, design and construction error). Risk assessment guidelines will be developed based on the obtained results. The Romanian gas transmission company, future operator of the first CO2 transportation pipeline in Romania, has expressed their willingness of applying the research results, as the risks related to CO2 transportation by pipeline is a subject of great interests for them. At the end of the project, the Romanian gas transmission company will be trained on the project topics, having the prepared guidelines as main support. Services thermodynamic analysis and design of pipeline network for CO2 transportation; multi-hazard risk analysis; risk assessment guidelines; dissemination

13 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering CO2RISKMAN Client: DNV – DET NORSKE VERITAS, Norway Start/Completion Date: 2011 (on going) /2012 In brief CO2RISKMAN is a joint industry development project meaning Industry Guideline on Effective Risk management of Safety and Environmental major Accident Hazards from CCS CO2 Handling Systems. The CO2RISKMAN project will develop a CCS specific industry guideline based on the generic risk management principles, framework and process described in ISO tailored to manage safety and environmental major accident risk from CO2 handling system. The Giudeline will provide industry context, best available information and guidance to assist organisations delivering the risk management process. Services CO2 basic Risk management overview Terminology and vocabulary CO2 risk management

14 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering CCS Regulatory Test Toolkit Client: Global CCS Institute - Australia Start/Completion Date: 2011 In brief The overall objective of the study was to roll-out the Global CCS Institute’s CCS Regulatory Test Toolkit in Romania, in order to efficiently implement a CCS technology. Entire work and analyses were undertaken in conjunction with relevant Government Ministries and Steering Committee. Main stages of the study: Identifying and recording CCS relevant regulations together with Romanian regulators Analyzing the existing situation at national level referring to the institutional structures Analyzing the national and European legislation Preparing test exercise for Romanian regulators and Romanian CCs stakeholders Proposing the assignments of roles and responsibilities Proposing amendments for the existing Romanian legislation Preparing the legal and regulatory framework for efficiently implement the CCS technology Services Analyses related to the Regulatory Matrix Organizing knowledge sharing workshops Final report

15 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering Romanian CCS Roadmap Report Client: Bellona Europa Start/Completion Date: 2011 In brief The overall objective of the report consists in assessing the opportunity of deploying CCS technologies in Romania, aiming both energy and industrial sectors. The report also presents an overview of the CO2 transport infrastructure and the CO2 storage potential in Romania. A forecast scenario on the Romanian energy sector considering the future implementation of CCS technologies is presented in comparison with the basic scenario within the National Energy Strategy. Services Research Analysis Recommendations Translations Consultancy regarding the Romanian National Energy Strategy until 2050

16 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering CCS communication impact –”FENCO ERA NET” Client: Ministry of Education and Research Start/Completion Date: January 2009/ January 2010 In brief The project has consisted in the assessment of the public’s level of knowledge and awareness on climate change, energy policies and the CCS. Various communication methods were compared within the project, in terms of the efficiency of information the public on CCS topics. Services Questionnaires and the implementation thereof at the level of the target groups (national surveys); assessing and comparing the empirical data obtained; Recommendations on the local and general CCS communication, based on information concerning the public’s level of awareness in terms of climate change, energy policies and the CCS; Assessing various communication methods, in terms of the efficiency in the information of the public on CCS-related topics; Performing a public awareness campaign in order to increase the level of information on the CCS; Establishing close relations with the largest CCS research networks (e.g. ZEP, CSLF, C2S2-RN) and the current groups of specialists at a national and European level;

17 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering Social Survey for CCS Public Acceptance Evaluation Client: Ministry of Economy, Trade and the Business Environment Start/Completion Date: October 2011/ March 2012 In brief The study is assessing the level of knowledge and understanding of the local community in Gorj, Dolj and Mehedinti counties with references to innovative low carbon technologies implementation in the region. The survey aims to evaluate the level of awareness and acceptance in developing a CCS technology, merging the community needs with the benefits of the demonstration project which will be implemented in the future. Services Social survey study for assessing the level of public awareness and acceptance regarding the implementation of a CCS technology in the region

18 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering “Capture-ready” power units implementation – Isalnita CHPP Client: Complex Energetic Craiova (Isalnita CHPP) Start/Completion Date: November 2009/April 2010 In brief The performance of a new 500 MW power unit with a pulverized lignite combustion boiler with ultra-supercritical parameters, based on the existing latest range modern technologies at European and global level, on the site of the former stage I, was a fundamental element in the economic policy of Isalnita CHPP to be a sustainable competitor. Services Opportunity study for implementing a facility for post-combustion carbon capture and storage (CCS), including a basic cost-benefit analysis for the situation in which CCS equipment will be implemented.

19 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering “Capture-ready” power units implementation – Rovinari TPP Client: Complex Energetic Rovinari (Rovinari CHPP) Start/Completion Date: August 2009/December 2009 In brief The performance of a new 500 MW power unit with a pulverized lignite combustion boiler with ultra-supercritical parameters, based on the existing latest range modern technologies at European and global level, on the site of the former stage I, was a fundamental element in the economic policy of Rovinari CHPP to be a sustainable competitor. Services Opportunity study for implementing a facility for post-combustion carbon capture and storage (CCS), including a basic cost-benefit analysis for the situation in which CCS equipment will be implemented.

20 Institute for Studies and Power Engineering BUCHAREST Headquarter 1-3 Lacul Tei Blvd Bucureşti Romania ph fax TIMIŞOARA Subsidiary Gheorghe Lazăr str Timişoara, Timiş district Romania ph fax Contact: return


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