The UK offshore oil and gas industry has made a new public pledge to cut its methane emissions just a month ahead of the landmark United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26).
Delivered by independent experts in methane management from the Sustainable Gas Institute, Imperial College London, the Methane Masterclass is designed to improve awareness and know-how on managing methane emissions.
Three organizations have joined MGP in 2021 as interest in action on methane continues to grow.
The executive representatives from 23 signatory companies and 15 supporting organizations met on January 14 at the annual roundtable of Methane Guiding Principles (MGP).
On October 7, the inaugural Virtual Methane Roundtable was held with almost 70 participants logging in from all over the world, representing Petronas, Shell, ExxonMobil and Repsol. The participants used this opportunity to share their respective methane management practices and detailed gaps and challenges faced in meeting MGP requirements in Malaysia.
NOVATEK is the largest independent natural gas producer in Russia. The company is principally engaged in the exploration, production, processing and marketing of natural gas and liquid hydrocarbons and has more than 20 years of operational experience in the Russian oil and natural gas sector.
Collaborative steps to tackle methane emissions were the focus of a feature published in the member magazine of the Energy Institute, the professional membership body for the energy industry and a supporting organization of the Methane Guiding Principles.
BP, Eni, ExxonMobil, Repsol, Shell, Statoil, Total and Wintershall today committed to further reduce methane emissions from the natural gas assets they operate around the world.