How Schlumberger is Helping E&Ps Reduce their Carbon Footprint

Schlumberger recently gave Hart Energy an inside look at the company’s creative solutions and technologies that help oil and gas producers reduce carbon and methane emissions.

How Schlumberger is Helping E&Ps Reduce their Carbon Footprint

Schlumberger Manager Simon Edmundson recently shared the technologies Schlumberger is offering as part of its transition technologies portfolio including an example of how the company helped BP reduce flaring. (Source: Schlumberger Ltd.)

To decarbonize the energy sector, service providers have been churning out creative solutions and technologies to eliminate emissions in their own operations, as well as those of their clients.

“It’s important that a number that these technologies exist within our core business of oil and gas operations,” Simon Edmundson, Schlumberger’s low carbon tech marketing manager, told Hart Energy.

Schlumberger formed its transition technologies portfolio in 2021 shortly after the Houston-based oilfield services company announced its commitment to reach net-zero greenhouse-gas emissions by 2050. The transition technologies portfolio aims to reduce carbon and methane emissions within the company, as well as for Schlumberger’s clients, according to Edmundson.

Just a year after the project’s launch, Schlumberger’s transition technologies portfolio has become an essential part of the company’s core business. The project currently encompasses 30 technologies within Schlumberger’s broader range of operating services specifically focused on reducing environmental impact.

Edmundson recently gave Hart Energy an inside look at some of the technologies Schlumberger is offering as part of the project including an example of how the company helped BP reduce flaring.

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Madison Ratcliff

Madison Ratcliff is an associate editor for Hart Energy's editorial team.