DNO ASA, a Norwegian oil and gas operator, has become the latest member of Methane Guiding Principles (MGP)
Tamboran Resources Limited, a public natural gas company operating in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, has recently joined Methane Guiding Principles (MGP).
The International Energy Agency (IEA) has launched its fifth edition of the Global Methane Tracker.
Chevron, a member of Methane Guiding Principles, has released its first dedicated methane report. The report outlines action taken to reduce the company’s methane intensity by more than 50% since 2016.
MiQ, an industry leader in methane emissions certification standards, has become a member of Methane Guiding Principles, an initiative that enables action in industry and government to reduce methane emissions from the natural gas supply chain.
Ipieca Executive Director Brian Sullivan, IOGP Executive Director Iman Hill and GGFR Program Manager Zubin Bamji describe how the flaring management guidance can help industry, government and regulators work together to reduce CO2 and methane emissions and drive sustainable development.
The UN Environment Programme (UNEP), with support from the European Union, today launched a new Observatory to drive action on reducing methane emissions – a powerful greenhouse gas responsible for at least a quarter of the current climate warming.
A Project Led by 14 European Gas Infrastructure Operators and Associations Will Boost New Technologies to Curb Methane Emissions
The European Gas Research Group (GERG) has kick-started a first-of-its-kind research project to test the most promising site-level technologies to quantify methane emissions in midstream assets, thereby reaffirming the crucial role of gas infrastructures in the energy transition.
Chengdu Gas, ChongQing Gas, GuangZhou Gas, GuiZhou Gas, The Hong Kong and China Gas Company Limited, HangZhou Gas, HaiNan MinSheng Piping Gas, ShaanXi Gas, ShangHai Gas and ShenZhen Gas signed the “Chinese City Gas Company Methane Emissions Control Initiative” in Zhengzhou, Henan Province.
Gas System Operators in Joint Effort to Continue Curbing Emissions and to Support the Global Methane Pledge
Representing around 4% of total European methane emissions, gas system operators have significantly decreased methane emissions since 1990, thanks to the implementation of several mitigation measures.