Energy used in power, industry, transport and in the heating and cooling of buildings accounts for almost three-quarters of global greenhouse gas emissions. OGCI aims to help facilitate a shift towards ever lower carbon energy sources throughout the economy – at a cost that still enables access to energy for all.
What OGCI is doing
Aiming for near zero methane emissions
Reducing member companies’ methane emissions to near zero is a top priority for OGCI. We also aim to expand our impact by engaging across the natural gas value chain and in collaboration with others.
OGCI’s methane intensity target
Expanding our impact on methane emissions
What OGCI member companies are doing to reduce methane emissions
Member companies are expanding leak detection and repair campaigns, removing high-emitting devices, and reducing both flaring and venting.
Chevron – Reducing methane emissions in the USA
Chevron has removed or retrofitted all continuous high-bleed pneumatic controllers from its onshore US facilities.
Saudi Aramco – Getting results with leak detection and repair
Saudi Aramco’s comprehensive 2018 LDAR campaign covered all facilities in Saudi Arabia, systematically identifying and repairing leaking equipment and components.
What OGCI Climate Investments is doing to reduce methane emissions
We invest in solutions that reduce methane emissions during the production, delivery and usage of oil and gas.
2019 OGCI Report
Download here the 2019 Annual Report SCALING UP ACTION