Changqing Oilfield New Energy Development New World
On November 15, the reporter learned from the new energy Department of Changqing Oilfield that this year's new energy work in the oilfield has steadily advanced on time and in the market development. Up to now, both clean power indicators and geothermal indicators have completed their annual tasks ahead of schedule.
Changqing Oilfield fully relies on the advantages of oil and gas resources, land, power grid, location, etc., to increase the development of new energy markets in oil areas and surrounding areas, focusing on clean power, geothermal and other fields, actively participate in the construction of the national "sand desert" new energy base with the development model of "scenic gas hydrogen storage", and promote the transformation and upgrading of the company from a single oil and gas business to multiple clean energy supply.
In April this year, the national third batch of large-scale wind power photovoltaic base construction project list focusing on desert, Gobi and desert areas was officially issued and implemented. Petrochina has a total of six projects totaling 8.5 million kilowatts included in the project list. Among them, two new energy base projects totaling 3.5 million kilowatts in the Changqing oilfield oil and gas field area were included in the national preparatory list, accounting for 35.3%, ranking first in China's oil in both quantity and scale. Among the two projects, Changqing Sulige's "scenic gas hydrogen storage integration" demonstration project includes 2 million kilowatts photovoltaic project and 1 million kilowatts wind power project. It is expected that after the project is completed and put into operation, the annual power generation will reach 10.9 billion KWH, saving 3.33 million tons of standard coal and reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 7.27 million tons per year. Qingyang 500 thousand kilowatts wind integrated base project, planned wind power 200 thousand kilowatts, photovoltaic 300 thousand kilowatts. After the completion of the project, the annual power generation is about 900 million KWH, which can save 270,000 tons of standard coal and reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 600,000 tons.
Compared with renewable energy sources such as wind power and photovoltaic, the unique advantage of geothermal energy is that it is not affected by natural conditions such as seasons, weather, day and night, and can form an uninterrupted energy supply. Changqing Oilfield vigorously promotes the large-scale development and utilization of geothermal energy, and has signed 20 million square meters of geothermal energy agreements with Lanzhou and Yangling demonstration zones. In July, during the Lanzhou Fair, Changqing Oilfield signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement on the development and utilization of 10 million square meters of geothermal with Gansu Provincial Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources and Lanzhou Heat Group. Subsequently, at the "Ruyi Gansu, Shaanxi" Gansu Investment promotion meeting held on October 23, the intent agreement of the three parties to establish a joint venture company was signed to accelerate the implementation of the project. This project is the first 10 million square meters strategic cooperation project signed by the group company in the development and utilization of geothermal energy and the development of external markets, and is also the largest contracted project in the domestic geothermal industry. At present, the first phase of Lanzhou project has passed the project feasibility study report and equity feasibility study report review, the tripartite joint venture company has obtained the approval of the joint stock company, and the first new energy geothermal development company registration in Changqing has been completed; The pre-feasibility study report of the second phase project has been prepared. On October 20, at the "Innovation Leading, Deepening Cooperation" Central enterprises to help Shaanxi high-quality development promotion meeting, Changqing Oilfield and Yangling Demonstration Zone signed a strategic framework agreement for geothermal energy development of 10 million square meters, taking another solid step in building a green low-carbon energy supply system and helping to achieve the "double carbon" goal.