The energy, industrial and transport sectors emit more than 30 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide per year, but a significant proportion of this energy is wasted due to inefficiencies. OGCI is working on ways to improve energy and carbon efficiency in member companies’ own operations and throughout other sectors critical to achieving global climate goals.
What OGCI is doing
We are developing a collective carbon intensity target on upstream oil and gas operations. Member companies are accelerating new approaches to energy efficiency, electrification and the integration of renewable to meet this ambition.
We work with OGCI Climate Investments to identify and accelerate deployment of innovative energy efficiency technologies in transport, industry and buildings.
We are exploring how OGCI can support efficiency initiatives across the transport sector.
We are identifying and sharing good practices to improve energy management in our own operations, the wider industry and beyond.
What OGCI member companies are doing to improve energy efficiency
Member companies are focusing on flaring reduction, efficiency improvements, electrification and the integration of renewables in their operations.
Equinor – A world leader in carbon efficiency
Equinor has eliminated around 2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide over the past decade through a series of energy efficiency initiatives.
Total – Energy efficiency in action
Total’s $300 million Energy Efficiency Plan, introduced in 2018, aims to reduce CO2 emissions by around one million tonnes per year in its refining and chemical operations.
What OGCI Climate Investments is doing to improve energy efficiency
We invest in technologies that increase energy efficiency in power, industry, transport and buildings.
2019 OGCI Report
Download here the 2019 Annual Report SCALING UP ACTION