Following an introduction to Ipieca's new briefing on hydrogen, this webinar will invite guest panellists to explore the essential role hydrogen can play in supporting the decarbonization of hard-to-abate sectors and a low-carbon future, as well as share industry case studies and opportunities.
During this webinar, Matt Harrison of SLR Consulting and Dave Allen of the University of Texas at Austin, who co-authored the Methane Guiding Principles set of ten best practice guides, will provide an overview of their scope and content and demonstrate how operators can best make use of them.
Ipieca is pleased to welcome Samantha McCulloch, Head of the CCUS Unit at the International Energy Agency (IEA), as the presenter of our next webinar in the series on carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS).
This webinar provides an overview of the 'Reuse of produced water from the onshore oil and gas industry' fact sheet, outlining opportunities and challenges for reusing produced water, with examples from Ipieca members Total, Occidental and Shell.
Presented by Corin Taylor of DNV GL, this Ipieca webinar will explore the potential of hydrogen and carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology to support hard-to-decarbonise sectorssuch as manufacture of steel, cement and petrochemicals in the transition to net-zero emissions. In addition, the webinar will examine what 'zero carbon' means in practice and the policy mechanisms needed to bring hydrogen and CCS technology to market.
In this webinar co-hosted by ICMM and Ipieca, presenters from the Danish Institute for Human Rights, Total, Rio Tinto and Base Toliara will share experiences and suggestions for gender-responsive due diligence in extractive industries projects.The Danish Institute for Human Rights will introduce its latest briefing, which highlights key challenges, suggestions and resources for enhancing gender-responsiveness across six select due diligence dimensions:
Delivering low-greenhouse gas intensity crude oil with carbon capture and storage - a technical and policy perspectiveAccording to many projections, including the IEA Sustainable Development Scenario, oil and gas are likely to power the world's transport and industry, and provide feedstocks for petrochemicals for decades to come.
Ipieca has developed a series of practical guidance and toolson managing labour rights to support practitioners in addressing potential human rights impacts and issues, particularly in the industry's supply chain. These resources have three aims:
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a key technology in transforming the energy system and moving towards the long-term temperature goals of the Paris Agreement. However, there are several barriers preventing it from expanding more swiftly. The webinar will cover: The role of CCS as a key technology in low-emissions pathways. The potential for CCS to reduce emissions in the power sector and carbon intensive industries (e.g. cement, steel, oil and gas,).
Convened by the Energy Institute's sector experts, International Energy Week 2022 will be the energy industry's first global meeting to assess the outcomes of COP26 alongside the continuing recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ipieca is a supporting partner of International Energy Week 2022 and will be presenting during a session on The role of biodiversity and nature-based solutions to mitigate the effects of climate change.
This workshop seeks to provide insight into technical issues that can influence adopted offshore O&G decommissioning strategies and share lessons learnt to enable IAEA Member States to make informed decisions when considering their own approaches.The workshop will be chaired by Janelle Branch Lewis, Waste Environmental Engineer from Ipieca member company Chevron.
The Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability, initially scheduled for earlier this year, will now be a virtual event, taking place 27-31 July. Ipieca is proud to be an endorsing partner of the event and will contribute to several plenary, conference and technical sessions.
Part two of the Ipieca-IOGP sustainable finance webinar series will update participants on the recently adopted EU Taxonomy Regulation, which covers non-financial disclosures for large businesses, including oil and gas companies.
More than two thirds of the earth's surface is covered by oceans, and there is a clear link between marine ecosystems and human well-being. Millions of people rely on marine resources for their livelihood and oceans can contribute to food security, poverty reduction and economic growth.Organized by the World Ocean Council, the Sustainable Ocean Summit (SOS) will take place in Paris, France from 20-22 November, with the theme 'Investing in Ocean Futures: Finance and Innovation for the Blue Economy'.