Methane

Emissions , Methane , Midstream , Technology , Company Profiles , Unconventional

The Greener Green Gas

E&Ps are voluntarily banding together to rein in methane losses along the value chain. They’re hitting remarkable targets—and far earlier than anticipated.

January 8, 2019

Methane , Natural Gas , Midstream

Natural Gas Companies Plug Leaks, Easily Surpass 2025 Goal

An alliance of natural gas companies representing 10% of U.S. production and 32% of midstream transmission lines surpassed its goal of capturing methane emissions.

November 25, 2018

Digital Oilfield , Methane , Unconventional

Why Satellites Could Unlock The Future Of Natural Gas

Low-cost microsatellites may hold the answer for methane emissions management.

October 15, 2018

Emissions , Methane , Service Contracts , Unconventional , Midstream

Trump Administration Eases Rule On Methane Leaks On Public Land

Revisions to the Obama-era plan include changes to the percentage of methane that must be captured at drilling locations and measures on well completions and leak detections.

September 19, 2018

Methane , Emissions , Natural Gas , Renewables , Legislation , Service Contracts , Unconventional , Midstream

Headlines: EPA Takes Aim At Obama-Era Methane Rule

Also this week, California’s plans for 100% carbon-free energy, U.S. dry natural gas production to reach an all-time high and updates on Hurricane Florence.

September 13, 2018

Methane , Unconventional

EPA Proposes Weaker Methane Rules For Oil, Gas Wells

The Environmental Protection Agency said the changes will save the industry $75 million a year in regulatory costs between 2019 and 2025 while increasing methane emissions.

September 11, 2018

Methane , Natural Gas , Midstream

On A Mission To Mitigate: Industry Vs. Methane Leaks

Safety, economic and public perception risks compel oil and gas players to push for a fix before the methane leak issue exacts a high price.

September 5, 2018

Methane , Emissions , Exploration & Production , Midstream

Merkel Says EU Should Meet Existing Emissions Aims, Not Set New Ones

A proliferation of extreme weather events around the world provides ample evidence that climate change is a reality, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Aug. 26, but she rejected calls for more ambitious climate protection goals.

August 26, 2018