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Introduction to footprint reduction course

DNV GL's customised training course with a focus on the use of Footprint Reduction Programs (FRPs) to improve energy efficiency and reduce the total cost of ownership of energy-intensive installations

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Floris de Groot Floris de Groot
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Robert Mellema Robert Mellema
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Training Information

  • Duration:

    One till one and a half days

Course description

Around the world, the gas transmission industry is focused on CO2 and methane emission reduction – often referred to as footprint reduction - which is an aspect of operational excellence. 

DNV GL's Footprint Reduction Programs (FRPs) have proved to be excellent for:

  • Improving energy efficiency
  • Reducing energy expenditure
  • Reducing the total cost of ownership of energy-intensive installations

This customised course covers various topics and provides practical advice on the basis of hands-on experience. The customised course can last from one day to one and half days.

Result

  • The skills needed to develop a company footprint reduction policy
  • The ability to develop a so called ‘abatement curve’ tool for effectively defining priorities for footprint reduction measures.

This course is available upon request, please contact us for further information on this course.

Subjects

  • Footprint reduction goals
  • Identification of opportunities
  • Tools for defining priorities

Target audience

  • Individuals involved in the management of organisational energy efficiency improvement, CO2 emission reduction and company environmental strategy development
  • Individuals involved in developing strategies for reduction of methane emissions in the gas transmission systems
  • Energy and environmental consultants
  • Those new to intensive energy usage industries
  • Sustainable development integrators
  • Company environmental specialists
  • Technicians who want to learn about the implementation of energy reduction strategies


Language 

English and Dutch