Quickly detecting and repairing methane leaks is crucial as we work to reduce our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and continuously test and deploy new methods to mitigate methane emissions is priority for Conoco
Flaring is the practice of burning excess natural gas at production facilities, primarily used for safety reasons.
Chevron U.S.A. Inc., through its Chevron New Energies division, and Restore the Earth Foundation, Inc. announced agreement for a reforestation project for up to 8,800 acres of property in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana.
Oxy Low Carbon Ventures (OLCV) subsidiary and Weyerhaeuser Company (NYSE: WY) today announced an agreement for the evaluation and potential development of a carbon capture and sequestration project in Livingston Parish, Louisiana.
Steven Guilbeault warned Suncor in a letter that its proposed 225,000 barrel per day (bpd) extension to its oil sands Base Mine in northern Alberta would not, in current form, pass a federal environmental review due to high carbon emissions.
Williams plans to collaborate with Cheniere Energy, Inc., the largest U.S. producer of liquefied natural gas to implement quantification, monitoring, reporting and verification of the GHG emissions.
New Mexico new emissions rule establishes emission reduction requirements for equipment including storage vessels, compressors, turbines, heaters, engines, dehydrators, pneumatic devices, produced water management units, and more.
Vapor recovery units (VRU) are primarily composed of a scrubber, gas compressor, motor, and switchgear. Its main purpose is to recover vapor from a storage tank that is normally discarded by releasing to the atmosphere or through a flare.
RNG is essentially biogas (the gaseous product of the decomposition of organic matter) that has been processed to purity standards. Like conventional natural gas, RNG can be used as a transportation fuel in the form of compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas (LNG). RNG qualifies as an advanced biofuel under the Renewable Fuel Standard.
The province Alberta on March 31 selected six proposals to move forward with developing Canada’s first carbon storage hubs, intended to help cut climate-warming emissions by permanently sequestering them underground.