Ppt on eia of cement industry

EIAS Briefing Seminar on “Prospects for Renewable and Alternative Energies in Nepal” in Cooperation with the Embassy of Nepal in Brussels (17 th June 2014)

Nepal is not yet well industrialized.  Possible areas of industrialization with huge energy demand;  Cement production  Production of aggregates and sand in the south  Mineral water and food beverage  Mining industry  Tourism  Country is shaping/)  Competitive bidding of government studied project  Study the project using your consultant and conduct ‘Environmental Studies’  Upto 50MW: only Initial Environmental Examination (IEE)  Above 50MW: Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)  Renew license /

Training course in European and International Environmental Law 2005 CERIUM & Jean Monnet Chair in European Integration, University of Montreal 4 th –

prevention programmes based on: (i) reduction-at-source measures (ii) EIA (iii) Enforceable standards for major point and diffuse sources of pollution. (iv) International monitoring programmes (v) Rehabilitation of degraded catchment areas. (vi) Application of the polluter-pays principle. (vii) Treatment plants for industrial and domestic effluents together with effluent standards (viii) Application of the precautionary principle. Regarding groundwater bodies: (i) Non-degrading agricultural practices/

Why is this happening? Bruce A. McCarl Distinguished Professor of Agricultural Economics Texas A&M University

PFCs). Pre industrial - 275Counting Non CO2 1985 - 345this almost doubles Jan 2015- 400 pre industrial Jan 2013: 395.6 Jan 2012: 393.1 Degree of climate change /) all sources (c+e); (c) fossil fuel combustion, flaring and cement; (e) FOLU. Why is this happening - Energy emissions growing IPCC 2014 WGIII Figure /of the growth is in areas that are not todays biggest emitters Challenge there is better life but without emissions increase Who Emits Degree of climate change – Texas and GHGs US EIA, http://www.eia/

Organization of our meeting Oct. 5th 10:30 – 10:40 Presentation of the WG 3 - Environmental challenges 10:40 – 11:30 Presentation of all (about 20) participants.

(ODP) Legs 164 and 204, and more recently the Chevron ‐ led Gulf of Mexico Joint Industry Project (GOM ‐ JIP) Legs I And II, Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP/the general one linked to the licensing and EIA process. In the Member States assessed, operators of unconventional gas activities are not obliged by / meeting (Rome, 17-18 November 2015) Suggestions? Slope stability Cementation Morphology of seafloor Evolution of hydrate system Chemical info Info about clay content, compaction Environmental risk/

Bwanje Cement Project Presentation

of the Malawi cement market and assess the competitive market situation The report also gives an overview of the economic and infrastructure investment prospects in Malawi, as well as a cement industry perspective with respect to future cement production capacity and demand and pricing trends. CEMENT MARKET Contd/… Bwanje Cement CEMENT/ Bwanje Cement Mining licence and Environmental approvals granted, but EIA has to be verified for World Bank Compliance; 28 million MT indicated cement grade limestone/

The Cost of Greenhouse Gas Mitigation: A Brief Overview AT 760: Global Carbon Cycle Jonathan Vigh December 18, 2003.

emissions such as cement production, landfill/Forces of Global Energy Use and Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Focus on Buildings and Industry. /EIA), U.S. Department of Energy (DOE): http://www.eia.doe.gov Energy Information Administration (EIA), U.S. Department of Energy (DOE): http://www.eia.doe.govhttp://www.eia.doe.gov External costs of electricity production, GaBE Project – Comprehensive Assessment of Energy Systems, Paul Scherrer Institut: http://gabe.web.psi.ch/eia-external%20costs.html External costs of/

Bite of Science. 2 Typical Student Questions How did you pick your career? What do you do every day? Is your job dangerous? Do you have a boss? Is there.

Drilling Rigs United States 1,776 Canada 503 Rest of World 1,275 26 EIA World Shale Map 27 Rapid Production Decline Source: MIT analysis, HPDI database, industry reports 80% of production occurs in first 2 years Early production dominated /Animations Chesapeake animation of plug and perf PackersPlus animation of ball-drop sliding sleeve completion PackersPlus animation of ball-drop sliding sleeve completion Team Oil Tools cemented hole and openhole ball drop system Team Oil Tools cemented hole and openhole /

The successful implementation of IPPC directive in Greece through a constructive dialogue between operators and authorities combined with full transparency.

negative effects on the environment Examination of the alternative solutions and of the justification for the solution adopted A simplified summary of the EIA Waste disposal installations and treatment plants Indicative list: Waste disposal installations for the incineration or chemical treatment of hazardous or non-hazardous waste Waste disposal installations for landfill of hazardous or non- hazardous waste Industrial or domestic waste water treatment plants Sludge-deposition/

Robert Romanosky Advanced Research Technology Manager

% 14% 5% 29% 30% United States World Fossil Energy Continues to Dominate Supply U.S. data from EIA, Annual Energy Outlook 2009, ARRA release ; world data from IEA, World Energy Outlook 2008 Challenge and Program Driver/ EOR, Rectisol, Mississippi Leucadia Energy; Methanol; EOR, Rectisol, Lake Charles, LA Project Location Industry Type / Product Sequestration Type CO2 Capture Technology Univ. of Utah; Ammonia & Cement; EOR & Saline, Dehydration, Coffeyville, KS Wolverine, CFB Power; EOR, Hitachi Amine, Rogers/

Using Structural Diagenesis to Infer the Timing of Natural Fractures in the Marcellus Shale Laura Pommer M.S. Candidate in Geology Julia Gale, Peter Eichhubl,

outcrop fractures in the Marcellus a valid proxy for subsurface fractures? Outcrop/subsurface comparison of Outcrop/subsurface comparison of Fracture orientation Fracture orientation Fracture cement texture Fracture cement texture Cement fluid inclusion properties Cement fluid inclusion properties Cement isotopic composition Cement isotopic composition Sample Locations Data for GIS map from USGS, 2012 EIA, 2012 Geologic Setting Harper and Koestelnik, 2009 Outcrop Fracture Orientations J1 fractures predate/

Sogin – Regulatory aspects of decommissioning 1 Regulatory aspects of decommissioning Mr Luigi NOVIELLO - Sogin.

SAFETY AND RADIATION PROTECTION CRITERIA Sogin – Regulatory aspects of decommissioning 13 SAFETY AND RADIATION PROTECTION CRITERIA European initiatives in the field of decommissioning are based on (EIA will be dealt later): Euratom Treaty, article 37 /Report EUR 13069 EN, 1991Quality assurance in the management of radioactive waste in the European Community IAEA Technical Report Series N. 350, Jan. 1993 Improved cement solidification of low and intermediate level radioactive wastes IAEA Technical Report/

Risks in HF MBDCI Hydraulic Fracturing and Shale Gas Development in North America: The Real Risks Maurice B Dusseault University of Waterloo, Waterloo,

 …this needs investment in research activity. Risks in HF MBDCI World Energy Consumption Source EIA Website an Annual Energy Outlook Risks in HF MBDCI The “Social Contract”  “We /standard” industrial accidents (truck accidents, leaky ponds…)  Companies are now pursing full disclosure of all chemicals used  Regulatory agencies are tightening up the implementation of hydraulic / stimulation Drilling mud pits (if allowed) Shoe Cement New MSHF well 9 Shoe 7 10 Pathways Analysis… 2 Risks in/


in evaluating potential site for-long term disposal of solid waste. Final selection of a disposal site usually is best on the result of a detail site survey, engineering design, cost study and EIA. The factors should be consider are ; Haul/by the injection of urea or ammonia into the flue gas. Advantages of incineration incineration is sanitary, odourless and dustless residue only 20% of the original weight and can be used for making cement and other materials for construction industry require very little/

Copyright 2008 by E-MetaVenture, Inc. All Rights Reserved. The Potential Contribution of Coal- to-Liquids Technology to the US and Global Energy Pool NPRA.

-MetaVenture, Inc. 2008 NPRA Annual Meeting AM-08- 56 CTL Facilities and Projects EIA Projection to 2030: Coal used in CTL (USA) 2007 Projections As % Total Consumption/ Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 Signed into law in December Key provisions involve –Biofuels –CAFE standards –Efficiencies in appliances, buildings, industry –R&D in solar, / Stationary CO 2 Sources ProcessNumber of Sources Emissions (million tons CO 2 /year) Power4,94210,539 Cement Production1,175932 Refineries638798 Iron and /

1 Controlling Industrial Pollution: An Environmental Management Perspective Hisham Abou Jaoude Secretary of Environment Committee Association of Lebanese.

for the issuing of Design and Operation permits related to some of the most polluting classified establishments Technical Work Set/update decrees for classified establishments EIA or Environmental Guidelines /cement industry, glass industry, battery manufacturing, electroplating, aluminum industry, food industry, MSW incinerators. National Standards for Environmental Quality 15 OBJECTIVE The main objective of the audit manual is to facilitate and unify the environmental auditing procedures in industrial/

[Submission L] Why say no to incineration! Bobby Peek groundWork Friends of the Earth, South Africa.

’s strategy on managing hazardous waste – rather than just allowing incineration. Failed to respond – Cement industry saw loop hole started putting in EIA’s for burning waste in 2005. Now developing parallel to this an ‘incineration policy process’. / Committee on Environment and Tourism 21 November 2007Ban Incineration!15 Who is Lindiwe Manqele? Director of uMthombo-Wesizwe Director and member of executive. committee of NAFU – KZN. Nurse by professions. Worked in private and state institutions. 21 November/

The New Era of HIA in Thailand HIA Development Report 2006 and the future HIA development strategy 2007-2011 Suphakit Nuntavorakarn Healthy Public Policy.

Re. and Envi. Policy and Planning  Developing HIA in the EIA system  Set up a working group of related organizations to explore the integration and develop a guideline Department of Disease Control  Developing HIA approaches for projects that require EIA  Some examples are the draft guidelines for airport and cement industry project NESAC and the Cabinet’s Resolution  Developed and submitted the recommendation on HIA development/

1 Welcome Address by Ms. Marina Matulović Dropulić Minister 1 st ECENA Plenary Meeting Zagreb, Croatia 19-20 January, 2006 MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION,

in a Transboundary Context (Espoo Convention) signed in 2003, with support from the CARDS 2003 project EIA of Development Strategies, whose implementation is to start soon ; MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, PHYSICAL PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION 21 Environmental permits for new and existing industrial companies will be brought in line with IPPC Dir. 96/61/EC, and accordingly also obligations will be stipulated on the introduction/


Contd ANNUAL VEHICLE GROWTH 13% SOLID WASTE GENERATION 8000 TONS/DAY INDUSTRIAL AREAS AREA (ACRES)NO. OF PLOTS SITE (1947) 4460 1956 KORANGI (1961) 3500 2700 NORTH KARACHI (1983) 1029 280 TYPE OF INDUSTRIES : ENGINEERING, TEXTILES, CONSUMER GOODS, AUTO PARTS, LEATHER PRODUCTS,PHARMACEUTICAL / 4.27 FUEL CONSUMPTION & IMPACT ON ENVIRONMENT Assessment of Air Quality in Karachi- 2002 by SUPARCO Concentration of TSP & PM 10 in ug/m3 at different sites of Karachi and around cement plants SITESTSP (µg/m 3 ) PM 10 /

PRESENTED BY: VASUNDRA AHUJA PGDM 2. INTRODUCTION Set up by the Government of India under Section 3 of the Export (Quality Control and Inspection) Act,

the Export Inspection Agencies, its field organizations, renders services in the areas of: Certification of quality of export commodities Certification of quality of food items for export Issue of different types of Certificates Issue of Certificates of Origin Laboratory testing services. Training and technical assistance to the industry Recognition of Inspection Agencies In rendering the above services, EIAs are backed by qualified technical manpower International Recognitions Basmati Rice by European/

Industrial air pollution control Regulatory Importance in India Dr. Sanjeev Agrawal, Senior Scientist Pollution Assessment Monitoring and Survey Division.

Thermal power plants  Petroleum oil refinery  Sugar industry  Electroplating industriesCement plant  Coke ovens  Stone crushing unit  Fertilizer industry  Leather industries  Copper, lead and zinc smelting  Sulphuric acid pant  Iron & steel  Asbestos manufacturing unit  Petrochemicals  Pesticide manufacturing and formulation industry  Tannery  Ceramic industry The Environment (Protection) Rules, 1986 Implementation of Standards  Section 22A: power of the board to make application to court/

The State of the Energy Nation: World, Europe, UK Thames Valley Group Chamber of Commerce International Energy Conference 16th August, 2016 Update.

(28) USA Global CO 2 emissions per region from fossil-fuel use and cement production CO 2 Emissions (2014) China and India Matter CO 2 Emissions / was £122 billion – the equivalent to twice that of our car manufacturing and food and drink industries Public Sector setting platform for efficiency etc – building codes/The Energy Climate Map: IEA 2013 United Kingdom Overview: EIA, 2013 International Energy Outlook 2013: EIA 2013 Global GDP forecasts: EIA, 2013 European Energy Outlook To 2030 Executive Summary: /

The Ministry of Environment, Indonesia

industries’ environmental performance through information dissemination to public. Distribution of Industries Paper Textile Rayon Mining Automotive Cement Petrol Chemical MSG Consumer goods Fertilizer Pharmacy Electronic Chemical Industry Food & Drink Electro Plating Sugar Leather Tanneries Lubricating Oil Basic Chemical Iron & Steel Smelting Industry/hazardous waste management regulations Compliance with AMDAL (EIA requirements) Quality of environmental management system Resource management and use /


interest. 10. Presupposes the development of Administrative structures and scientific knowledge. 11. Training of Authorities and Inspectors is important. 13. Synergies among IPPC, EIA, SEVESO, EMAS. THE CYPRUS SITUATION n 30 Industrial Installations n 72 Installations for the Raising of Pigs or Poultry Belonging to 15 Categories altogether The 15 categories 1. Landfill sites 2. Ceramic and Tiles 3. Lime 4. Cement 5. Energy 6. Rendering/

Arpad Horvath Associate Professor

descriptive, qualitative Stated problem, categories of effects (e.g., air emissions), but few numbers 2nd phase: “let’s analyze/blame someone” – low hanging fruit Industries: automobile, chemical, petroleum, electric power, cement Advent of industrial ecology, life-cycle assessment (/of construction materials Solid and nonsolid waste implications etc. Existing Solutions Rating tools EIA LCA So what’s currently being done in order to evaluate and minimize the impacts of buildings? There are 3 main classes of/

Michael A. Skiffington Program Support Manager Virginia Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy Regulatory Advisory Panel – Meeting #5 Dahlgren, VA –

reflect the results of DEQ’s review of the EIA.  The EIA shall include the probabilities and consequences of accidental discharge of oil and gas on: ◦ Wildlife ◦ Air and water quality ◦ Land and water resources  The EIA shall also / for drilling. ◦ Chemical disclosure requirements ◦ Review of selected industry best practices ◦ Review to determine if additional requirements are necessary for different regions of the Commonwealth  The Notice of Intended Regulatory Action was published on January 13, 2014/

“What would happen if we ran out of Crude Oil?” By: Cynthia Santillanez(:

you can use for propane. Petroleum coke industries. Cement Power Paper Aluminum Chemical Calcining Refining, Lime Steel Trading Banking Terminaling industries. Renewable Energy Sources. Renewable means: Energy sources can be replenished in a short period of time. Biomass — including wood and /crude oil, so it won’t run out so fast. Bibliography(: http://tonto.eia.doe.gov/kids/energy.cfm?page =oil_home-basicshttp://tonto.eia.doe.gov/kids/energy.cfm?page =oil_home-basics http://science.howstuffworks.com/oil- /

Energy Drivers, Challenges, and the Future of Nuclear Power Presented to the Society of American Military Engineers Jim RispoliChris Honkomp Atlanta, GAAustin,

in nuclear plant construction has captured the imagination of the global nuclear industry … But will this renaissance simply be a repeat of the previous build cycle where plans for hundreds of plants will be overcome by regulatory and /1) Construction Duration (Months) (2) $6,000 14 The overall level of cost over runs occurring over time was significant, regardless of the timeframe of construction planning * Estimated range Source: EIA Cost Projections vs. Realized Costs 209% Over 294% Over 348% Over /

1 Co-Product Function Expansion A Methodology for Incrementally Considering the Effects of Co-Products in Multi-Product Systems Paul Worhach, Ph.D. InLCA/LCM.

cement applications, which account for 54% of global coke use. Carbon fiber and metallurgy applications are not considered in the CFE. 12 Heavy Residual Oil n 33% of heavy residual fuel oil produced in the U.S. is used in electricity generation n 17% is used in industrial/Heavy residual oil is used to generate about 1.5% of the power produced in the U.S. HRO is often co-fired with natural gas when gas inventory or price necessitates an alternative (EIA, 2001). n Marine transportation is not considered in the/

Let’s Review Our Homework Chapter 3, Section 2 Review, # 2, 4, 5 2)What is the difference between intrusive and extrusive rocks? Give an example of each.

to bedding plane and may contain fossils. It can be a component of bricks and cement. Conglomerate: A sedimentary rock with a variable hardness, consisted of rounded or angular rock or mineral fragments cemented by silica, lime, iron oxide, etc. Usually found in mostly thick, crudely stratified layers. Used in the construction industry. They are also used in decorating because they typically have a variety/

April 5, 2013 What the Frack?: Making Sense (Maybe?) of the Technology, Ethics and Politics of “Fracking” JAF2013_023.PPT 1 What the Frack?: Making Sense.

facts: –The permeability of shales is very low – several orders of magnitude lower that construction-grade cement –Tight oil development uses/EIA (http://www.eia.gov/forecasts/aeo/er/executive_summary.cfm)http://www.eia.gov/forecasts/aeo/er/executive_summary.cfm April 5, 2013 What the Frack?: Making Sense (Maybe?) of the Technology, Ethics and Politics of/all” federal regulations inappropriate given diversity of geology, environment, etc. among states −Unlike industrial facilities, oil and gas facilities /

April 5, 2013 What the Frack?: Making Sense (Maybe?) of the Technology, Ethics and Politics of “Fracking” JAF2013_023.PPT 1 What the Frack?: Making Sense.

facts: –The permeability of shales is very low – several orders of magnitude lower that construction-grade cement –Tight oil development uses/EIA (http://www.eia.gov/forecasts/aeo/er/executive_summary.cfm)http://www.eia.gov/forecasts/aeo/er/executive_summary.cfm April 5, 2013 What the Frack?: Making Sense (Maybe?) of the Technology, Ethics and Politics of/all” federal regulations inappropriate given diversity of geology, environment, etc. among states −Unlike industrial facilities, oil and gas facilities /

The International Control of Ocean Dumping: Precautionary Currents, Sea of Challenges Professor David L. VanderZwaag Canada Research Chair in Ocean Law.

wastes –Radioactive wastes –Biological and chemical warfare materials –Incineration at sea of industrial waste and sewage sludge –Industrial waste as from 1 January 1996 The 1996 Protocol: Precautionary Currents +Protocol/Cement sheeting containing asbestos? (Cook Islands allowed scuttling of a ship filled with over 300 tonnes of cement sheeting containing asbestos) +Annex I of the Protocol allows dumping of vessels, platforms and bulky items comprising unharmful materials provided that material capable of/

Earth Science and Climate Change Decentralized Electricity Solutions Sustainable Habitats Energy Environment Technology Development Environment & Industrial.

to 25 deg C with 70-80% RH Non uniform heating/cooling leads to loss in 50-70% of yield Earth Science and Climate Change Decentralized Electricity Solutions Sustainable Habitats Energy Environment Technology Development Environment & Industrial Bio-Technology Bio-Technology & Bio-Resources Water Resources Industrial Energy Efficiency Resources Regulation & Global Security Social Transformation Environment Education & Youth Services Sustainable Development Outreach Modeling & Economic Analysis/

© 2013 FMI Corporation1 U.S. Markets Construction Overview and Industry Trends Bryan Kucinski, PE Presented to: New Mexico NAIOP February 24 th, 2014.

for some but the cost of overall building needs to be realized. Expect to pay more – expect failures Cement, gypsum and wood products continue/EIA, FMI (right) © 2013 FMI Corporation19 Sources: EIA, University of Utah’s Metropolitan Research Center and Brookings Mountain West U.S. Major Oil and Shale Plays Overlaid with Concentrations of / Mexico / Albuquerque Metric Comparison A few to pay attention to….areas of improvement that drive the industry Millennial’s (Ages 20-34) Source: PWC Emerging Trends in Real/

IS KYOTO THE KEY? Global Warming, Industry and Economy.

boilers for co-generation  Industry specific improvements- coke-less steel production, carbon-less anode aluminum production  Improved usage of biproducts- cement industry TRANSPORTATION SECTOR  Reduced aerodynamic drag, lower rolling resistance of tires, decreased engine friction, leaner/.yosemite.epa.gov/oar/globalwarming.nsf  http://www.eia.doe.gov/oiaf/1605/gg99rpt/nitrous.html#industrial http://www.eia.doe.gov/oiaf/1605/gg99rpt/nitrous.html#industrial  McCrann, Terry. “Global Warming’s Core Flaw/

Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Co-Director, Carbon Mitigation Initiative Robert Socolow – Princeton University.

*: 80. Percent of total production from these 80 fields: 40%. This is familiar territory for the oil industry. * Including water reinjection, fluid flow in and out of a 500 million barrels/yr Source: EIA U.S. Power Plant Capacity, by Vintage 300 GW of existing coal plants. Options: Retirement Rebuild, i.e., “scrap-and-build” End-of-pipe CO/ toward regions of high porosity. Smart CO 2 injection Field and Lab Studies of CO 2 Effects on Cement Samples of unreacted H-type cement (left) and cement after 3 weeks/

Implementation of IPPC and its application to sectors in different industrial scales – Experience of Czech Republic Jan Slavík, IPPC Unit - MoE of Czech.

– IPPC principles (permitting) and BAT implementations –Workshops based on regional approach (organized by Regions) –Workshops for particular industrial activity (organized by ministry of agriculture, industry and trade, environment, CENIA) –Workshops organized by specialized industrial associations (Association of Chemical Industry, Association for the District Heating, Czech Cement Association…)  Special attention was given to smaller scale activities (e.g. intensive rearing): due to economical situation/

VŠB - T ECHNICAL U NIVERSITY OF O STRAVA Department of Building Materials and Mining Constructions Department of Building Materials and Mining Constructions.

.D. study Guaranteed study branches Guaranteed subjects – Bachelor & Master study EIA Education Building materials Diagnostics of Structures and Technical Measurements Construction Repair Techniques Concrete Technology Raw Materials Silicate Technologies Ecological Constructions Mining Constructions Blasting Operations and Demolition of Buildings Betvar Klimkovice-tunnel Tondach Ytong Education Major subjects is supplemented with a lot of excursions Cement&Lime works Concrete mixing plants Stone pits Wooden/

US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the RTI Local Governance Program (LGP II) Executive Summary Economic Development Assessment of the.

3 cement plants in KR One small steel manufacturing facility Materials testing capabilities weak Lack of small affordable residential units Water supply in limited in coverage and quality Solid waste collection, limited in coverage and quality Environmental impact assessment (EIA) required for projects Construction Impediments A lack of experienced managers, technicians, and engineers A lack of quality control on materials being used in the construction industry/

© Rwanda Development Board, Confidential This document does not constitute Government policy This document forms part of an oral presentation and should.

construction, outranking even cement) Currently we import mainly from Turkey, Mauritius, South Africa, India and China There are about 6 local manufacturers currently in this industry. 16 MANUFACTURING PACKAGING MATERIALS Increased imports of paper packaging, $28m/ to site: 3 km from Rubavu airport, 500 meters from tarred road, dirt road Environmental Impact Analysis (EIA): Required Incentives Low Import duty on hotel equipment Preliminary financial study available GISENYI HOT SPRINGS ECO-RESORT 22 Source/

An Examination of the Nigerian Extractive Industry’s impacts on its National socio-economic stability Christopher M. Parrett Pennsylvania State University.

peanuts, cotton, rubber, wood, animal products – Other Industries include textiles, cement, chemicals, fertilizer Emerging markets and technology infiltrations – GDP consistent growth of 6% – Nigeria most connected country in Africa Perceived/of surface water over time 3.Assess Extractive Industries over time – Petroleum observables (flaring) using DMSP/VIIRs – Identify increase/decrease in annual flaring activity – Compare to OPEC/EIA Petroleum Production estimates – Output: Spatial/Quantitative estimate of/


start to projects Poor quality of execution High costs and monopoly pricing Poor industry reaction time Poor project controls (schedule, cost, quality, safety, health and environment) Tender abuses and corruption Unrealistic acceleration Unplanned and costly rework of designs or construction No political alignment with no champion Permitting (e.g. EIA) rework or delays Lead time delays Slow or non-payment of contractors Programme to co/

Interlinking of Rivers - Status, Issues and Challenges S. Masood Husain Member (WP&P), CWC and Director General, NWDA National Water Development Agency.

Agency 8 Damanganga – Pinjal Link Project The Project envisages to provide 579 MCM of water of Damanganga basin for domestic and industrial water supply to Mumbai city. Project Components  Dams (2 nos.)  Canal/of cement and steel sector National Water Development Agency Economic Impact of ILR Programme  Rs. 10,000 crore investment in construction sector will result in its growth by 3.8%  Cost of not doing ILR would be slow growth of agriculture and in the form of Govt. expenditure on account of/

大气污染防治行动计划 The Action Plan on Prevention and Control of Air Pollution Prepared for the 2013 CCICED Annual Meeting Hao Jiming Nov. 13, 2013.

Mongolia: support JJJ 3. 关注了大气污染产生的重要因素: 加快产业结构调整 3. Speed up industrial restructure to reduce emissions SO2 、 NOX 、烟粉尘和 VOCs 排放量符合要求成为环评审批前置条件 EIA for new projects constrained by emissions budget of SO 2, NO X, PM and VOCs 提高环保、能耗、质量等标准,促进 “ 两高/of action plan in JJJ 京津冀 + 晋蒙鲁 Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei + Shanxi-Inner Mongolia-Shandong 高于全国平均水平的污染治理要求 Higher standards on pollution abatement performance 强化钢铁、水泥等行业的落后产能淘汰 Extra requirements on phasing out backward processes in iron & steel and cement industries/

Importance of S&T in Providing Shelter

Integration of social, physical & env. Issues - housing designs to suit env. - new township development Central Environmental Authority - Env. Protection license (EPL) - EIA Coast /Cement-sand block wall Plinth beam foundation for walls Pre-cast concrete pocket foundation Pre-stressed/cast columns Slip-form wall Cement/industry takes over (imported items) NERDC to undertake construction of buildings with potential entrepreneurs as sub-contractors for a specified period of time Policy Govt. buildings of /

Global Markets: The Short View CFA Society of Nashville January 22, 2015 James Chanos Kynikos Associates.

Balance sheets increasingly stretched 28 Sources: EIA, Bloomberg Share of US Electricity Generation (% of Total US Net Generation) LNG Under Pressure/of infrastructure projects between October 16 and November 5, 2014 Production capacity expansion even with calls for rationalization – Autos 12% CAGR from 2009 to 2014e – Cement/-profile bailouts of trusts and key borrowers – Unwillingness to take losses – Local governments protect own interests Consistent stories of lack of liquidity across industries – Macau /

Name of Training Course. Risk Assessment and Monitoring for Environmental Chemicals (J-02-03387). Training Time. From February 17, 2003 To August 24, 2003.

Hyogo Prefectural Government Sumitomo Cement Co., LTD. Sumimoto Cement as many other companies in/of Accuracy of EIA / Pipetting Technique. Direct Mode. Pipetting Technique. Indirect Mode. Enzyme Immuno Assay for Estrone and 17  -Estradiol. Determination of dilution factor for the enzyme-labeled antibody / Developing Direct Competitive ELISA (II). Cross Reactivity of anti-estrogen antibodies / Study of/ recollection and reduction of domestic garbage, and monitoring effluents of industry to follow existing /

Introduction to Commercial Building Energy Efficiency through EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Program Week 3: Market Transformation and the Role of the ENERGY STAR.

cooling Whole-home approach “ENERGY STAR Overview of 2014 Achievements.” http://www.energystar.gov/ia/partners/publications/pubdocs/Overview%20of%20Achievements_508Compliant.pdf http://www.energystar.gov/ia/partners/publications/pubdocs/Overview%20of%20Achievements_508Compliant.pdf 11 ENERGY STAR: In Your Community Certified Buildings and Industrial Facilities The places where we work, shop, play and learn: –Auto assembly, cement manufacturing, corn refining, and petroleum refining/

Prof. R. Shanthini January 07, 2012 Non-renewable Energy Source: Fossil Fuels Source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy June 2008 Fossil Fuel Type.

Prof. R. Shanthini January 07, 2012 Global CO 2 emissions from the burning of fossil fuels & the manufacture of cement (in 10 9 kg CO 2 ): Source: http://cdiac.ornl.gov/trends/emis/ ppmv CO 2. It is 550 ppmv CO 2 (which is nearly twice the pre-industrial value), which we may reach not. Prof. R. Shanthini January 07, 2012 We are/(in %) http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/international/iealf/table18.xls Prof. R. Shanthini January 07, 2012 World Energy Consumption by Fuel (in %) http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/international//

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