This A4 poster is available in English, German, Mandarin, Russian and Spanish. We encourage you to share these Best Practices with your colleagues and the companies you work with.
This brochure provides a synopsis to each of the Best Practice Guides in one document to help those responsible for methane management.
The Gap Assessment Tool is part of our Best Practice Toolkit which is a series of Best Practice Guides, Synopses and Tools designed to improve methane emissions across the natural gas supply chain.
The Methane Cost Model provides the user with a screening tool to support the identification and evaluation of potential methane reduction projects across the natural gas supply chain.
Methane emissions in the natural gas supply chain arise from venting, fugitive emissions and incomplete combustion (methane slip).
A key step in reducing methane emissions is to identify and detect sources of the emissions.
Continual improvement of methane management efforts will eventually result in ‘methane excellence’, i.e., low methane emissions from oil and gas operations.
Operational repairs are vital for reducing methane emissions, by both repairing leaking equipment and minimizing emissions that arise during routine maintenance and repairs.
Pneumatic devices are powered by gas pressure. They are mainly used where electrical power is not available.