The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) welcomed the COP28 presidency’s launch of the Oil & Gas Decarbonization Charter (OGDC) calling it an important milestone that will help align the broader oil and gas industry towards a net-zero future.
Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) member companies stepped up low-carbon investment in 2022 to $24.3 billion and increased activities to help other companies decarbonize while continuing to reduce emissions from operations to meet their target of net zero operations.
A new study from the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) has identified a pathway to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the refining sector by using low-carbon electricity instead of fossil fuels to power some equipment.
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.
New IEA report highlights the need and means for the oil and gas industry to drastically cut emissions from its operations
Following the fourth Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate, US President Joe Biden unveiled a number of global initiatives, including the Carbon Management Challenge.
OGCI is pleased to announce its contribution to the UNFCCC’s first-ever Global Stocktake.
OGCI’s annual Progress Report, Leadership with Impact, showed how the group os translating its three strategic pillars into action.
OGCI’s 2021 performance data reveals that member companies’ absolute upstream methane emissions have fallen 40% since 2017.
OGCI today launched the Aiming for Zero Methane Emissions Initiative which calls for an all-in approach that treats energy industry methane emissions as seriously as the industry already treats safety.