Understanding and addressing methane emissions is an important step toward net zero, but traditional methodologies of reporting emissions at source level are under increasing scrutiny.
Across many of the world’s natural gas production fields, gas pneumatic devices used for process control and chemical injection vent methane directly into the air.
ExxonMobil is progressing a comprehensive methane management programme which is on track to meet its goal of reducing methane emissions by 15% in 2020, compared to 2016.
In 2018, Repsol introduced a comprehensive set of internal metrics, targets and action plans to ensure meaningful progress towards climate change mitigation.
Saudi Aramco’s leak detection and repair programme, enables the mitigation of fugitive leaks, one of the largest sources of methane emissions in the industry.
Having reduced upstream operated carbon intensity by 20% since 2014, Eni is on track to achieve its company target of 43% reduction by 2025.
Reducing upstream methane emissions from oil and gas operations is an important component of CNPC’s Green Action Plan
bp has pledged to measure its methane emissions by 2023 and has enlisted Kairos to conduct aerial surveys.
To meet its ambitious new climate targets, Eni is partnering with Clarke Valve to test innovative shutter valves at a refinery in Italy.
Chevron has removed or retrofitted all continuous high-bleed pneumatic controllers from its onshore US facilities.