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‘Getting the Numbers Right’: Beyond the Inventory in the Cement Industry. 23 March 2010, Washington, USA Caroline Twigg World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). WBCSD Cement Sustainability (CSI) 23 member companies 100 countries

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getting the numbers right beyond the inventory in the cement industry

‘Getting the Numbers Right’: Beyond the Inventory in the Cement Industry

23 March 2010, Washington, USA

Caroline Twigg

World Business Council for SustainableDevelopment (WBCSD)

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WBCSD Cement Sustainability (CSI)

23 member companies 100 countries

~40% global production CEOs sign CSI Charter

from accounting to reducing challenges
From accounting to reducing: challenges
  • Sector characteristics:
  • 60% of cement emissions: process emissions
  • Long infrastructure life
  • Increasing demand … …
  • Industry emissions reductions with Protocol:
  • Sector specific detail
  • Benchmarking and target-setting
  • Policy framework based on sound data
  • Competitive issues, anti-trust
  • Using the data
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Sector specific detail

‘… provide a harmonized methodology for calculating CO2 emissions, with a view to reporting these emissions transparently’

‘… addresses all direct and main indirect sources of CO2 emissions related to cement manufacturing, in absolute and specific or unit-based terms’

Developed and revised with stakeholders

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Benchmarking, target-setting

Companies set own emissions reductions targets, sharing learning together

By 2010 (1990 baseline)

  • Holcim: 20% reduction in specific CO2 emissions
  • Titan: 15% reduction in specific CO2 emissions
  • Siam Cement Group: reduction to 670 kg/ton cementitious product

By 2012 (1990 baseline)

  • Votorantim: 10% reduction in specific CO2 emissions
  • Italcementi: reduction to 690 kg/ton cementitious product

… etc

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Policy framework based on sound data

  • CSI ‘Getting the Numbers Right’
  • Aim: obtain current and robust data for CO2 and energy performance … at global and regional levels across cement companies worldwide

Provides:

    • transparent, verifiable, current data on key drivers of emissions and performance
    • global and regional data: 1990, 2000, 2005, 2006, 2007

2007 data = 891 global cement installations /

31% of global cement production

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‘Getting the Numbers Right’

Note: 5 Chinese companies recently joined the CSI; their production volumes and emissions data are not yet included. Once they are, coverage in China will reach approximately 20% and global coverage over 40%

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Competition issues, anti-trust

  • Managed by independent 3rd party
  • Complies with anti-trust laws
  • Participants may only see reports on own individual company data or aggregated results
  • Confidential information on companies or plants is:
    • not disclosed
    • not accessible
    • protected by contractual and data security measures
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Using the data

Provides

  • Company benchmarking
  • Tracking emissions inventories
  • Industry data and performance analysis
  • Credible, verified source of industry-wide and regional information for policy discussions
  • Data-based responses to climate management
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Using the data

  • CSI Sectoral Approach modeling work
  • Cement Technology Roadmap 2009 with IEA
  • Policy discussions
  • Stakeholder queries:
future outlook
Futureoutlook

Maintain system robustness

  • Secure, accurate, structured, rules, verification

Increase representativeness

  • 31% coverage: expanding to 50%, annual collection

Improve system

  • Improved Protocol January 2011, User Guide update

Answer external queries (50 to date)

CSI analysis and commentary

Mitigation projects based on sound data

find out more
Find out more

www.wbcsdcement.org/co2data

CD available

Caroline Twigg: twigg@wbcsd.org

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‘Very valuable asset allowing the industry

to engage in fact-based dialogue …

speaking one common language

has proved very useful’ (CEMBUREAU)