emissions solutions execs focus on methane, lower carbon, collaboration at summit
1 min read | may 19, 2022
why it matters
“Energy demand in the world is growing,” Niemeyer said, “and simultaneously, we’re attempting to reduce emissions and do that in a way that brings everybody along … what’s essential is that all sectors are at the table and all companies are at the table.”
Niemeyer noted that the energy industry must work collectively to reduce methane emissions as part of a lower carbon future. We’ve teamed up with:
- The Environmental Partnership, a U.S. oil and natural gas organization focused on improving the industry’s environmental performance.
- The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative, an international, CEO-led initiative that aims to accelerate the industry response to climate change.
- The Methane Emissions Technology Evaluation Center (METEC) of Colorado State University, which researches emissions from oil and gas infrastructure. Chevron serves on the METEC Industrial Advisory Board.
chevron is on track to meet our 2028 target to reduce our methane emissions intensity by more than
from 2016 levels and eliminate routine flaring by 2030
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