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Sibur Sells its First Carbon Units, Expands Feedstock Slate

2:03 AM MDT | March 26, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz

Sibur says it has sold its first batch of emission reduction units (ERUs), as part of the largest joint implementation project in Russia. The company sold 1.2 million m.t. of CO2 to JP Morgan, with Sberbank Russia, the Russian carbon unit operator, coordinating the process. The total volume of the project is 8 million tonnes of СО2, a capacity achieved following the construction of the second stage of Sibur’s Yuzhno-Baliksky gas processing plant in the Khanty-Mansijsk autonomous district. As a result of this project, which was completed in 2009, the...

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