Get full visibility into emissions within the oil and gas industry
Emissions are no longer neglected externalities. Emission performance and climate strategy are integral to future competitiveness and the ability to attract capital, people and maintain a license to operate.
Emissions from fossil energy account for approximately two-thirds of annual anthropogenic greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. CO2 from combustion of coal, oil and natural gas account for about 90% of these GHG emissions, with leakage and venting of methane making up the remainder.
We support our clients in understanding emission fundamentals and performance benchmarking, and in the development of robust climate strategies. We recognize that high resolution emission data at field and facilities-level is required to sufficiently assess risk and opportunities in the energy sector.