Venting simply means releasing gas arising from a process or activity straight into the atmosphere.
Unintentional leaks from pressurized equipment used in oil and gas operations can lead to gas being released to the atmosphere.
Natural gas, which consists mainly of methane, is used as a fuel throughout oil and gas operations, for compression, generating electricity, heating, dehydration and removing acid gas.
Qnergy provides remote power solutions to help companies improve operational efficiency and reduce emissions.
SeekOps develops and fields advanced sensor technology for the energy sector to detect, localize, and quantify natural gas emissions through integrated drone-based systems.
GHGSat provides accurate, low-cost greenhouse gas monitoring data and services covering any facility in the world.
Using aircraft mounted high-resolution infrared imaging, Kairos is conducting quarterly campaigns of bp’s assets searching for methane leaks.
Eni has adopted a detailed business strategy to reduce net absolute lifecycle emissions, associated with operation and products, by 80% by 2050.
The company is pursuing a broad set of initiatives to achieve this goal, focusing on efficiency gains, methane emissions reduction, portfolio shifts towards lower and zero carbon energy sources, and carbon capture and storage.
CNPC monitors methane emissions from major sources in its full value chain of oil and gas production. Routine flaring is now avoided in both new sites and major existing major ones.