2009_TITAN_CSR_SustainabilityReport__ENG

The percentage contribution of alternative fuels

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Unformatted text preview: energy improvement can be made. The energy monitoring system enabled the plant’s energy team to identify several energy savings opportunities, and in 2009 their cumulative efforts resulted in saving 10M kWh at a value of $490K. 29 30 Thermal energy Our efforts to increase the use of alternative fuels as much as possible will be stepped up in the coming years. This year a revised target has been set to increase the alternative fuels sub­ stitution rate at Group level to 10.0% (calorific basis) by 2017. The largest source of thermal energy (98.5% calorific basis) was due to use of conventional fuels: coal, pet coke, fuel oil and natural gas. TITAN Group cement production plants, cement grinding plants and attached quarries Thermal energy consumption for clinker and cement production1 42,822 Total thermal energy consumption (TJ) 41,000 4,100 3,997 3,816 39,088 39,000 3,501 3,383 36,990 37,000 37,901 3,535 3,583 3,700 3,567 37,026 3,300 35,220 35,000 2,900 Percentage of alternative fuels used in clinker and cement production 1.8 1.5 1.2 0.92 0.9 0.6 1.53 1.37 0.49 2004 2005 2006 0.54 2003 1.07 0.98 0.3 0.0 2007 2008 2009 Thermal Energy Savings We focus on: > Selecting the dry­processing method if pos­ sible with available raw materials 4,500 Specific thermal energy consumption (MJ/t clinker) 43,000 TITAN Group cement plants Alternative fuels consumption (%thermal basis) Alternative fuels made up the remainder. The p...
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