Methane emissions are within our control—and fixable
Direct (Scope 1) methane emissions from the oil and gas industry contribute to global warming with the same intensity as Europe’s entire CO2 emissions.† The good news is that it is within our control to reduce and ultimately eliminate methane emissions, starting right now.
Start with a plan. And a partner you can trust.
It already exists. We just need to know how to use it.
We can do much more than efficiently fix a leak.
Turning excess natural gas into CO2 is better than letting methane escape. But other options exist.
We're here to help give you the perfect start on your emissions reduction journey and continue to support you end to end.
By slashing methane emissions with solutions available now, we can take a giant step forward toward decarbonizing oil and gas production.
By wiping out routine flaring, we can significantly reduce GHGs quickly.
Just as HSE is “baked” into our facilities and procedures today, root cause analysis and continuous emissions reduction will become embedded in the way we design facilities and shape our processes going forward.
Flaring at 96.5% combustion efficiency produces double the GHG emissions of a 100% efficient flare. Our flare monitoring includes advanced laser technologies that measure uncombusted methane and successfully combusted carbon dioxide to ensure that your flares operate at peak efficiency.
Instead of flaring excess natural gas, why not just use it? A whole range of "gas-to-X" technologies means we can cut greenhouse gas emissions while making sure associated natural gas is put to good use—and turned into value—by converting it into power, liquids, chemicals, and even cryptocurrency.
†Based on SLB studies and internal calculations with emissions data sourced from IEA (2021) Methane Tracker Data Explorer and Our World in Data (https://ourworldindata.org/co2-and-other-greenhouse-gas-emissions).