Host Country: Republic of the Union of MyanmarJCM Feasibility Study (JCM FS)

Environment Improvement through Utilization of Biogas from POME Fermentation System

Implementing Entity: Nikken Sekkei Civil Engineering Ltd.(Main); The Japan Research Institute,
Limited(Partner); KUBOTA Corporation(Cooperator)

Outline of GHG Mitigation Activity

It is planned to study introduction of a methane fermentation facility having biogas utilization equipment by Kubota Corporation to wastewater, POME (Palm Oil Mill Effluent), from a palm oil mill located in Tanintharyi Division in southern Myanmar. The biogas from the proposed facility can be substituted for fossil fuel used to collection trucks of fresh fruits bunches and private power generation facilities in the mill. This results reduction of organic content in the wastewater and contributes suppression of methane emissions on the wastewater treatment ponds. The GHG reduction and the water environment improvement around the mill will significantly be achieved thereby.

Expected GHG Emission Reductions

38,970 tCO2/year

  • 1) Reduction by Fossil Fuel ;8,120t-CO2/year (from energy use)
    * Fossil Fuel (light oil) substituted by the biogas (3,100KL/year)
    2) Reduction at POME pond ;30,850t-CO2/year (from non energy use)
    *Estimated by calculation on the project planning. Including rounding error.
  • Project CO2 emissions: 3,505tCO2/year
    *Estimated by JCM Methodology

Study Report

Note: JCM proposed methodology and its attached sheet are preliminary drafts and have neither been officially approved under the JCM, nor are guaranteed to be officially approved under the JCM.