PODCAST – Talking Transition

This podcast series takes a look at how OGCI works and what the energy transition really means. What are the hard questions? What are the messy issues? And what are the challenges and opportunities that transition brings?
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  • Episode 5
  • March 17, 2021
  • 25 min 36 sec

How CCUS hubs accelerate decarbonization

OGCI’s KickStarter initiative aims to accelerate the emergence of low carbon industrial hubs that leverage carbon capture, use and storage to mitigate emissions. Last week saw the official launch of the world’s most advanced hub, Northern Lights.

Guest: Martijn Smit, Business Development Manager, Northern Lights

  • Episode 4
  • March 8, 2021
  • 24 min 40 sec

Why OGCI is supporting natural climate solutions

OGCI has started exploring the role it can play in catalyzing natural climate solutions responsibly and on a scale that will create tangible tools to tackle climate change and bring meaningful co-benefits. We talk to Viviana Coelho who leads OGCI’s work in this area.

  • Episode 3
  • February 25, 2021
  • 27 min 40 sec

Taking a position on climate policies

OGCI has published for the first time a series of position papers, focusing on policy mechanisms and regulations to support methane emissions reduction, CCUS and NCS.

  • Episode 2
  • February 9, 2021
  • 28 min 36 sec

What is methane science telling us?

OGCI has been working with the UN’s Climate and Clean Air Coalition to get scientifically robust data on methane emissions from different types of oil and gas facilities around the world. We talk to Steven Hamburg, Chief Scientific Officer of the CCAC International Methane Studies, to find out what they have learnt.

  • Episode 1
  • January 26, 2021
  • 32 min 4 sec

Engaging for impact

Radical collaboration among a wide range of organizations is crucial to achieving net zero. Julien Perez, Strategy Director for OGCI, talks about OGCI’s joint projects with NGOs, industrial partners and academics covering everything from tracking flaring with satellites, to capturing CO2 on deep-sea tankers.