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Our impact on climate change

Nobel Energy supports the climate action and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change, which aims to limit global warming to below 2 degrees Celsius. We understand that responsibility for achieving this goal rests not only on the state but also on the private sector and civil society. For this reason, we always strive to align our activities and initiatives with sustainable development goals in order to be able to contribute to this direction.

As an energy company, we understand our responsibility for achieving sustainable development goals. Our capacity to address environmental impact problems through innovative solutions also helps our customers maximize the efficiency of their operations by reducing environmental impacts.

From this standpoint, one of the top priorities for the company is to provide innovative technology solutions that will help manage climate risks. This, in our opinion, enhances our own sustainability and the sustainability of our customers.

We also recognize that we must support the use of alternative energy and energy-efficient systems to reduce the harmful effects of climate change. To do this, in addition to operational action, we must also pay attention to ways of reducing adverse impacts on the environment. In order to contribute to the reduction of the total volume of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, we are committed to reduce our carbon emissions by increasing the efficiency of our operations.

Minimizing harmful emissions and protecting the population and the environment are one of Nobel Energy’s top priorities. Since most of the greenhouse gas emissions come from the energy and fuel consumption, one of our main goals is to take measures to save energy and switch to cleaner fuel.

As a responsible business, we set ourselves various goals to reduce energy consumption in our offices and operating sites. Our direct energy consumption is mainly associated with electricity, natural gas and fuel.

Purchase of electric loaders to replace some diesel-powered ones was among other actions to reduce carbon emissions. Taking into account that employees use these vehicles in project operations on a daily basis, we have managed to reduce harmful emissions and discharges to the environment. This machinery now consumes less fuel, oil, filters, radiator fluid and other products required for internal
combustion engines.

During the construction of the workshop for Glensol, our subsidiary, we used a transparent glass roof to allow natural light to the facility. Excellent thermal conductivity of the glass structure allows to consume less energy for heating and lighting of the workshop, while reducing the carbon emissions by 50%. Moreover, natural sunlight helps improve satisfaction and productivity of our field office employees.