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Keywords: Air emissions of pollutants, gasification of boiler-houses, gas demand, competitive gas prices, ecological impact.



GEOGRAPHY AND NATURAL RESOURCES, 2016, № 6, p. 27-31

Conversion of boiler-houses to gas in the central ecological zone of the Baikal natural territory: prerequisites, effects, barriers

B.G. Saneev1,2, I.Yu. Ivanova1,2, E.P. Maysyuk1,2, A. K. Izhbuldin1,2, and T. F. Tuguzova1,2

1 L.A. Melentiev Energy Systems Institute SB RAS,
664033, Irkutsk, Lermontova str., 130, Russia, saneev@isem.irk.ru, nord@isem.sei.irk.ru,
maysyuk@isem.irk.ru, izhbuldin @isem.irk.ru, sever@isem.irk.ru
2 Irkutsk Scientific Center SB RAS, 664033, Irkutsk, Lermontova str., 134, Russia

Among energy infrastructure objects in the central ecological zone of the Baikal natural territory, coal-fired boiler-houses exert the greatest anthropogenic impact on the environment. According to calculations made, the total annual air emission of pollutants from such boiler-houses is estimated at 23 thousand tons, with their largest share (80 %) accounting for particulate matter. The ranking of central ecological zone by the extent of anthropogenic impact has revealed that 90 % of the total boiler-house emissions in the southern and northern parts, specifically, in the Slyudyansky, Kabansky and Severo-Baikalsky districts. The most substantial proportion of emissions is observed in the towns of Slyudyanka, Severobaikalsk, and Nizhneangarsk urban-type settlement.

Keywords: Air emissions of pollutants, gasification of boiler-houses, gas demand, competitive gas prices, ecological impact.

DOI: 10.21782/GiPR0206-1619-2016-6(27-31)

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