Identify, quantify and continuously reduce methane emissions for all your assets throughout the gas value chain.

 

Determine how much methane is emitted per asset and across the entire supply chain from well to market. Reduce these methane emissions in a sustainable way and report credible, audited data to all stakeholders with the help of our new emission management software SFEMP.

With over 8.000 emission reduction projects successfully executed worldwide and 28 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, we can help you reduce methane emissions and limit global warming with our Methane Accounting Program.

The process

Identify

To start, we develop a methane program that suits your needs. Based on the actual emission situation at the site, we develop a fit-for-purpose strategy. This can include measurements with TVA or High Flow Sampling or using new technologies. 

Quantify

Secondly, a team of emission specialists executes field surveys to detect and quantify the emissions. We provide a complete and detailed picture of the whole emission situation per asset, including unintended and intended emissions.

Continuously reduce

The third step leads to the continuous reduction of methane emissions. We assess the methane emission figures and develop a baseline by aggregating the methane intensity for each asset. We develop a plan for sustainable improvements so you reach your environmental target.

Benefits of our Methane Accounting Program

Identify and reduce biggest emitters

Identify emitting sources and quantify the emissions in kg per year in line with the applicable protocols.

Unintended and intended emissions

Include also intended emissions from vents and flares, from gas driven pumps and valves, from PSV and other equipment.

Report accurate emission data

Report to all stakeholders aggregated and detailed emission data in a transparent and comprehensive, reliable and credible way.

Want to know more about how the Methane Accounting Program can help you reduce methane emissions from well to market?

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