Methane Guiding Principles (MGP) has launched a new playbook for companies looking to work with their joint venture (JV) partners on methane reductions. This playbook includes strategies for engaging uncooperative partners and offers practical advice on reducing methane emissions in non-operated JVs (NOJVs). The oil and gas sector is the largest industrial source of methane […]
We recently launched a new and improved version of the Methane Inventory Systematic Tool. Mist 2.0 helps oil and gas companies to quantify their methane emissions and calculate the mitigation potential and costs to reach net zero.
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.
This week, MGP member UN Environment Programme (UNEP) launched its second annual methane report, “An Eye on Methane: International Methane Emissions Observatory 2022 Report”.
Methane Guiding Principles, in collaboration with the Global Gas Flaring Reduction Partnership and the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, has launched the Methane Flaring Toolkit, a free-to-use resource to help reduce methane emissions from flaring.
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.
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.
The Chinese versions of the Methane Guiding Principles (MGP) Best Practices Guides were jointly released online by Beijing Gas, MGP and the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Beijing Gas led the translation efforts with support from EDF.