The International Gas Union dedicates its latest issue of the Global Voice of Gas magazine to increasing awareness & engagement on methane emissions reduction. The MGP Secretariat was amongst many contributors to the informative and accessible feature, aiming to shine a light on the topic for its extensive readership of over 20,000 worldwide.
Malaysian energy player PETRONAS, advocates for natural gas and liquefied natural gas as a low carbon and cleaner fuel. This allows the national oil company (NOC) to strike a balance between providing energy in a secure, affordable and sustainable manner, while contributing to economic growth and a better quality of life.
IOGP has put the topic of methane, and the work being done by MGP, firmly in the spotlight in their latest ‘Pulse’ newsletter. Read full article →
Joint IOGP-IPIECA-OGCI project to develop industry recommended practices for deploying methane detection and quantification technologies Read full article →
The Chinese versions of the Methane Guiding Principles (MGP) Best Practices Guides were jointly released online by Beijing Gas, MGP and Environmental Defense fund (EDF). Beijing Gas led the translation efforts with support from EDF.
Signatory companies to the Methane Guiding Principles have committed to undertake a broad range of actions to strengthen the management of methane emissions throughout the oil and gas industry. At a meeting in London on 16 January, companies agreed to host and fund training courses targeted at Executive level staff as well those directly responsible…
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. The energy companies also agreed to encourage others across the natural gas value chain – from production to the final consumer – to do the same. The commitment was…