The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI), together with industry associations Ipieca and IOGP have released a recommended practices guide to help operators select and deploy methane detection and quantification technologies.
Accenture, a leading global professional services company, has signed as a supporter for Aiming for Zero, an initiative launched by the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) to encourage the oil and gas industry to cut methane emissions.
The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) has set out guidance for oil and gas companies seeking to cut methane emissions to near zero – a vital step to achieving Paris Agreement climate goals and a key focus for the 12-member group.
Natural gas company Dana Gas is the latest signatory to the Aiming for Zero Methane Emissions Initiative. The Middle East’s largest regional private sector natural gas company becomes the 20th producer to commit to achieving near-zero methane emissions from operated oil and gas assets by 2030.
To date over 90 companies and organizations have endorsed the initiative to reduce methane emissions from oil and gas operations to near zero.
Bureau Veritas joins over 80 companies, including major oil and gas producers, service companies and leading global consultancies, in pledging to achieve net zero methane emissions from oil and gas operations by 2030.
To date over 80 companies and organizations have endorsed the initiative to reduce methane emissions from oil and gas operations to near zero.
The IEA’s Global Methane Tracker 2023 points to oil and gas methane emissions as one of the best near-term opportunities for climate action.
OGCI’s pilot programme with GHGSat and Carbon Limits demonstrates that satellite technology has significant potential to tackle methane emissions at oil and gas operations.
OGCI’s 2021 performance data reveals that member companies’ absolute upstream methane emissions have fallen 40% since 2017.