Decarbonize operations by addressing large sources of greenhouse gases
Methane and flaring emissions make up the largest and most visible sources of greenhouse gases (GHGs) from oil and gas operations today. A growing number of technologies and approaches are available that can eliminate or reduce these emissions while simultaneously making good use of fluids that would otherwise be lost. The challenge is knowing where to start your footprint reduction journey.
We work with our customers to address methane emissions and eliminate or reduce both routine and nonroutine flaring in their operations. We partner with you to understand your goals and help you meet them with our end-to-end emissions solutions and Transition Technologies™ that quantifiably reduce emissions and environmental impact.
It already exists. We just need to know how to use it.
We can do much more than efficiently fix a leak.
Turning excess hydrocarbons into CO2 is better than letting it escape. But other options exist.
We’re here to help give you the perfect start on your emissions reduction journey and support you to the end.
The energy industry faces a dual challenge of reducing emissions and meeting global energy demand. Wiping out methane emissions is one of the biggest, easiest, and most rapid action we can take in the near term to hold down global temperatures. Eliminating or reducing flaring achieves both goals by freeing up energy that would otherwise be burned. Where flaring is unavoidable, we work to maximize combustion efficiency and minimize CO2e emissions.
By wiping out routine flaring, we can significantly reduce GHGs quickly.
Over 20 years, methane has 84x the global warming potential compared to CO2. Addressing methane leaks, both intentional and unintentional, represents a huge opportunity to quickly reduce global warming impact of oil and gas operations.
Eliminate flaring at the source and monetize the produced hydrocarbon instead.
Instead of flaring excess natural gas, why not just use it? A whole range of "gas-to-value" technologies means we can cut GHGs 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.
Managing methane emissions and routine flaring can be overwhelming with the flood of emerging technologies and reporting requirements. With a bespoke digital platform, unique measurement and simulation capabilities and unparalleled domain knowledge, our SLB End-to-end Emissions solutions experts can help you every step of the way in making your methane and flaring mission possible.Explore
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