Fall in crude oil demand leads to temporary environmental respite as flaring declines in the prolific Permian Basin.
By establishing a good strategy for emissions management, oil and gas operators can bring an end to the never-ending chase of identifying and fixing leaky systems.
New ground- and drone-based technologies use machine learning for real-time monitoring of methane leaks in oil and gas fields.
As a ONE Future member, EagleClaw Midstream will report the company’s 2019 methane results as part of the gathering and boosting and processing sectors within the coalition.
Known as the Texas Methane and Flaring Coalition, the new group will collectively identify and promote operational and environmental recommended practices to minimize flaring and methane emissions.
The Environmental Defense Fund has teamed up with industry experts and scholars to launch a methane-detecting satellite within two years, aiming to cut 45% of emissions from oil and gas facilities by 2025.
Exxon Mobil started its methane reduction program in its shale fields in 2016 and said it has been able to reduce emissions from its U.S. unconventional operations by 20%.
Federal fossil fuel leasing would be halted for at least a year.