From One Integrated Service Company to Another: Delivering Added Value through Carbon Training
Repsol is one of the largest private energy companies in the world, providing integrated services along the value chain across 40 countries.
The RepsolGas business in Peru is the market leader, providing liquid petroleum gas (LPG) to industrial and commercial customers, including factories, agricultural enterprises, hospitals and hotels. As a commercial analyst, I oversee the identification processes of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction opportunities associated with investment proposals.
RepsolGas’s relationship with SGS Peru began some years ago, when the company sought SGS services to certify LPG to ISO 14067. In October 2014, I attended an intensive three-day workshop on greenhouse gases and carbon foot-printing delivered by SGS, which provided an expert overview of carbon accounting and neutrality, and covered modules on GHG inventory management, product carbon footprint protocol, and GHG lead verification auditor training. On completion of the 40 hours of learning, I felt equipped with the knowledge and skills to support our customers and suppliers on the adoption of GHG and carbon foot-printing protocols. I have further benefited from ongoing training from SGS, and I believe that this entirely complements the carbon management and certification services provided by SGS to RepsolGas and our customers and business partners.
When I think about SGS, I think about trust; I rely on SGS and I have the confidence through the training and support provided to help my customers to derive maximum benefit from certifying their green credentials. I know that we can rely on SGS to not just provide the technical certification and re-certification services when we need these, but it can also deliver expert training on subjects that we are expected to get up-to-speed on very quickly.
Julissa Manco Osorio, Commercial Analyst, RepsolGas Peru
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