Workshop "ISPO scheme (P & C) for Palm Oil (CPO) as Renewable Energy (Bioenergy)”
Workshop
"ISPO scheme (P & C) for Palm Oil (CPO) as Renewable Energy (Bioenergy)”



 

Introduction

Currently ISPO requirements have had 3 schemes, namely for oil palm plantation company, scheme smallholders and independent smallholders. The three schemes will be introduced to the stakeholders when the regulation issued by Ministry of Agriculture.

In regard to the demand for palm oil for biodiesel and biodiesel feedstock as well as the requirements requested by the buyer's country which perceived to be quite burdensome and confusing for CPO producers in Indonesia, the ISPO will publish the requirements on CPO for renewable energy. The main goal is that Indonesia can supply the raw materials in accordance to the European biodiesel market demand and will probably supply for United States (if the requirements have been published). This demand had lead to the drafting of ISPO scheme for renewable energy.

This provision refers to the calculation of the EU RED and the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change). Calculations for emissions on CPO supply chain and the emissions caused by land use change.
Apart from the calculation of emissions, ISPO also accommodate a suggestion that emissions can be reduced or avoided in order to prevent the emission of methane (methane avoidance) which has been conducted in certain palm oil mills.

This workshop expects to receive input from the participants to enhance the drafting of ISPO scheme for palm oil (CPO) for renewable energy, especially with data support from the field.

In this workshop, members of the Working Group on GHG Emissions of Oil Palm Plantation will explain the elements included in the calculation and how to do the calculation.

Objective

This workshop expects to receive input from the participants to enhance the drafting of ISPO scheme for palm oil (CPO) for renewable energy, especially with data support from the field.

Programme

  1. Discussion on ISPO scheme for bioenergy.
  2. Identification for the source of GHG in oil palm plantations.
  3. Calculations of GHG emission from CPO supply chain.
  4. Method on methane avoidance from POME.
  5. Calculation of emissions from land use change.
  6. Response from ISCC (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification) on GHG calculation proposed by the Working Group on GHG ISPO.

 

      -  Maps

ISPO Bioenergy

P&C Permentan

Emisi Alih Guna Lahan

ISPO

GHG Calculation Eu directive