Methane is a far more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide, but it stays in the atmosphere for a shorter time. So reducing methane emissions can result in an important near-term reduction in the pace of global warming.
What Climate Investments is doing to reduce methane emissions
We invest in cost-effective technologies to detect, measure, and mitigate methane emissions and scalable projects that deliver substantive emissions reductions. We currently have eight investments in this portfolio.
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How is the oil and gas industry tackling methane?
Currently, almost a third of anthropogenic methane comes from the oil and gas industry. But that is changing: in the past few years, a handful of start-ups, backed by OGCI Climate Investments, have helped the sector cut emissions, rapidly. This series will explore the methane opportunity: what it is, why it matters, and how the OGCI is investing for change.
In Plane Sight: How to measure methane leaks
This article is the second in a series exploring the methane opportunity: what it is, why it matters, and how OGCI Climate Investments is catalysing change. Read the first article here.
Why it’s time to tackle methane
This article is the first in a series that will explore the methane opportunity: what it is, why it matters, and how OGCI Climate Investments are catalysing change.
Watch: CERAWeek and OGCI methane special
In this new video from CERAWeek, in partnership with OGCI Climate Investments, we present a view of the methane emissions measurement, monitoring, and abatement challenge – and solutions that are available to the industry today.
Climate Investments case studies
Learn how our investments are helping to reduce methane and carbon dioxide emissions and can recycle or store carbon dioxide.
GHGSat – Global methane detection at facility level
Methane is a potent, but odourless and colourless greenhouse gas, a combination that makes detecting leaks both very important and very hard.
SeekOps – Drone-based monitoring of methane emissions
Scalable methane detection techniques for on and offshore environments, that have shown results over five times more efficient than existing methods