OGCI Climate Investments’ Daniel Palmer talks to experts about using satellites to monitor methane emissions.
Nicolette Bartlett, Global Director of Climate Change CDP, sits down with Jérôme Schmitt, Chair of the OGCI Executive Committee, to discuss the organisation’s work and how the industry is engaging with the energy transition.
OGCI is working with IOGP and IPIECA to develop industry recommended practices
The focus on energy efficiency is starting to sharpen, however, as a growing number of countries look to invest in infrastructure to help post-Covid recovery, while saving energy and tackling the climate challenge.
In this latest Talking Transition video, CEO of OGCI Climate Investments Dr. Pratima Rangarajan discusses the launch of the 2020 investment call for projects focused on methane emissions, and why investment in #decarbonization is more important now than ever.
Last year, OGCI launched its KickStarter initiative to facilitate large-scale commercial investment in CCUS, by enabling low-carbon industrial hubs around the world. In parallel, the $1B+ OGCI Climate Investments fund has invested in CCUS projects and technologies that open up new areas of opportunity.
OGCI Climate Investments has launched a new program to finance or invest in projects around the world that deliver significant near-term methane emissions reduction.
By optimizing utilization of trucks, Ontruck reduces the number of empty kilometres travelled by goods vehicles leading to significant reductions in CO2 emissions. OGCI CI’s investment will accelerate the development of its transport network and technology through the injection of capital.
Collective action is central to OGCI’s mission to accelerate the transition to a net zero future. The idea that we can achieve far more by working together towards a common goal has taken on a new dimension
The unprecedented challenges the world is facing force us all to sharpen our focus on what really matters. Our immediate priority, as CEOs, is to do everything we can so that our people and communities are safe and capable of confronting the pandemic effectively. We will work to help the world recover from the economic shock of this crisis that has undoubtedly hit some more than others yet impacts us all.