Natural gas will play a significant role in the energy transition

To maximize its climate advantage, we have to work on reducing methane leakage during the production, transport and use of natural gas.

Venture Day:
Towards zero methane emissions

June 28, 2018 – Washington, DC


Why do methane emissions matter?

Natural gas is an excellent fuel source to supply the power and heat demanded by the modern world. Any leaks across production, distribution and use, however, will result in methane emissions. Methane is a potent natural gas that has a GWP of 28 that of carbon dioxide over 100 years. We are committed to stopping the leaks and moving toward zero methane emissions.

Source: IPCC 2014 – AR5

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