Establish the Center of Excellence
The establishment of the center of excellence for energy efficiency and conservation is one of the main pillars in developing the sector employees' skills, knowledge and competencies necessary in the energy efficiency domain.To name a few benefits of the center provide:
- Hands-on training on small equipment and simulation models
- And the use of virtual reality simulations.
Utilize Sustainable & Renewable energy
In alignment with the Energy Efficiency and Climate Department (EECD) mission to increase energy efficiency and the renewable energy projects across the petroleum sector, the department has been searching for the different renewable energy technologies, which have the greatest potential for use in oil and gas sites, such as thermal energy from depleted oil wells and solar energy.
Conduct On-going Energy Technical Audit
Apply energy technical audit to all energy-intensive sector companies, since 80% of energy consumption in the petroleum sector resulted from only 20% of its companies, by focusing on energy technical audit procedures in these companies, the potential amount of savings is expected to be enormous.
Build Dynamic Knowledge capabilities
One of today's organizations core competencies is developing and updating the sector knowledge capabilities in the fields of energy efficiency and renewable energy. To this end the Energy Efficiency and Climate Department (EECD) has exerted many efforts to accomplish this objective, such as conducting wide range of educational events, pursuing several technical cooperation with national and international institutions and bodies to acquire the necessary knowledge and diversifying training programs.
Energy Consumption Data Management
Implement a unified digital technology system based to collect, verify and analyze consumption data, and transforming data of the energy system organized into one real-time model in a single environment with an access for everyone. Digital technologies can increase energy efficiency in a number of different ways (e.g. through better optimization tools, increased availability of processes and more efficient maintenance management).
Implement associated petroleum gas projects
Faring of associated gas in Egypt study, is commissioned by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The sturdy has introduced measuring, monitoring and verifying system for associated petroleum gas data, and developed economic model for assessing the potential for financially viable flare reduction investments, to serve as a guideline available to the sector companies. Furthermore, the study explored the policy and regulatory reforms need to trigger new flare reduction investments.