Mitsubishi claims first clutch of Russian carbon credits

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Government issues 290,000 JI credits to project recovering flare gas at the Yety Purovskoe oilfield

Russia has issued a $4m tranche of carbon credits to a Siberian project jointly developed by Mitsubishi, in what the company said was the first batch of credits to be released by the country. The project...

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