76 power and industrial facilities suitable for CCUS
OGCI’s performance data for 2019 shows a significant reduction in both methane and carbon intensity
OGCI and Stena Bulk collaborate on mobile carbon capture in shipping The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) and Stena Bulk collaborate to assess the feasibility of mobile carbon capture in shipping OGCI, a voluntary initiative led by global oil and gas companies to accelerate the industry response to climate change, and Stena Bulk, a…
OGCI is working with IOGP and IPIECA to develop industry recommended practices
OGCI publishes a report exploring how low carbon fuels can accelerate decarbonization across the transport sector
OGCI commissioned E4tech and AVL to study the well-to-wheel emissions reduction potential of a broad variety of reformulated, blended and alternative transport fuels, covering all modes of transport, including passenger and commercial road transport, maritime and aviation.
The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) has today announced a technical and financial sponsorship commitment of nearly $1M USD to the Payne Institute for Public Policy (PIPP) at Colorado School of Mines, to develop a transparent web platform to support real-time mapping and tracking of global gas flaring data.
This is a further step in support of the Paris Agreement by the companies leading the oil and gas industry response to climate change
OGCI member companies have set a short-term target to reduce the carbon intensity of their aggregated upstream oil and gas operations by 2025. This requires all member companies – including those with lower carbon intensity levels – to put initiatives in place now and over the next five years to reduce carbon dioxide and methane emissions in the short term.
Brazil’s Petrobras has released its second climate supplement, outlining its climate commitments and explicitly supporting the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD).
China’s largest oil and gas producer, CNPC, has announced a new target to reduce methane emission intensity by 50% between 2019 and 2025. The OGCI member company is aiming to move to the forefront of methane emissions management.