Tianjin, July 22 (Xinhua) - What Petrochina Dagang Oilfield Company in the municipality of Tianjin of northern China produces can be fossil fuel, but at least its oil is extracted under The floor with the ground with green solar energy.
In one of its facilities, a cluster of more than 20 oil wells that runs all day, all fed by electricity generated by more than 150 photovoltaic panels (PV ) close.
The oil field has built photovoltaic energy facilities with an installed capacity of 14 megawatts, generating 8.7 million KWh of electricity in the first half of 2022, according to Zhao Pingqi , A company official.
A total photovoltaic energy facilities of 48 megawatts in the oil field will be operational at the end of this year. They will have an annual electricity production of approximately 65 million kWh, which reduces more than 50,000 tons of carbon dioxide emissions produced in another way produced by the generation of thermal energy, said Li Jianliang, vice manager of the new department of energy of Energy of Energy the company. = "Margin: 0px 3px 15px"> Production from 1964, Dagang Oilfield is the third oil field developed independently and operated by China after 1949. Last year, the oil field had an oil and gas production of around 4.5 Millions of tons of equivalent oil.
As part of its ambitious plan to reduce carbon emissions, the company plans to increase its installed capacity of wind and solar energy to 650 megawatts at the end of 2025, no Just meet your own needs, but also selling the surplus.
According to Dai Houliang, president of Petrochina, the new energy will represent 7 percent and 50 percent of the company's total energy production capacity by 2025 and 2050, respective Ly.
China has promised to address climate change and continue without flow the path of green and low carbon development. It has pledged to reach carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and reach carbon neutrality before 2060. Enitem
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