The Ipieca Principles and the Ipieca-WBCSD SDG Roadmap are key frameworks through which Ipieca aims to inspire action. This repository provides tangible examples of how members are operationalising the principles and embedding SDG Roadmap actions in their business, offering inspiration and insights for other companies. The examples are supplemented with relevant Ipieca good practice guidance and resources to further support companies to take the next step on their sustainability journey.

Showing 13 studies related to Integrated energy hubs
Gas flaring reduction
  • Map-pinBrazil, Equatorial Guinea

Trident Energy focuses on reducing gas flaring as part of its commitment to responsible resource usage and minimizing greenhouse gas emissions. In Brazil, they achieved a significant 48% reduction in flaring-related emissions.

Collaboration with National Oil Companies to measure and reduce methane emissions
  • Map-pinBrazil, Azerbaijan and Angola

TotalEnergies has partnered with Petrobras, SOCAR and Sonangol to deploy its cutting-edge AUSEA technology for methane detection and measurement in Brazil, Azerbaijan, and Angola.

Methane quantification and measuring
  • Map-pinUnited States of America

SLB's End-to-end Emissions Solutions (SEES) business unveiled its next-generation methane point instrument, a self-installed continuous methane monitoring system for oil and gas operations, offering accurate and cost-effective detection, localization, and quantification of methane emissions.

Education and investment in energy efficiency
  • Map-pinRomania

România Eficientă' is a unique initiative in Romania, aimed to create a culture of energy efficiency in the building sector.

Archie Project - enhancing GHG emissions estimations
  • Map-pinSaudi Arabia

As part of its commitment to sustainability and transparency in the energy sector, Aramco supports the Archie Initiative, a scientific project aimed at improving estimations of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and enhancing transparency in the global energy supply chain.

Revolutionising methane emissions detection
  • Map-pinPermian Basin

The Permian Basin is a large area, and methane emissions can be difficult to detect from the ground. ExxonMobil has developed a balloon, nearly the size of a basketball court, which carries advanced imaging technology and data processing platforms that can detect methane emissions over a vast area.

Improving energy efficiency at OxyChem plants
  • Map-pinUnited States

OxyChem operates a billion pound-per-year capacity ethylene cracker at its plant in Ingleside, Texas. OxyChem estimates that it is eliminating approximately 970,000 metric tons per year of total CO2e due to the highly efficient design.

The SGE Methodology for LNG cargo
  • Map-pinSingapore

QatarEnergy and Chevron have partnered with Pavilion Energy to create a Statement of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Methodology. The initiative is one of the first to develop and publish a methodology specifically to quantify the GHG emissions associated with a delivered LNG cargo.

Using innovative technology to upgrade flash gas
  • Map-pinUnited States

Shell installed technology in 2019 in its Permian Basin (Texas) asset to reduce oxygen concentrations in oil tank vapors. As a result the gas now meets pipeline quality specifications for off-site sales, allowing it to be monetized and reducing flaring by 40%.

World's first renewable power for offshore oil and gas
  • Map-pinNorway

Equinor, Wintershall Dea, OMV, and INPEX Idemitsu are working collaboratively with other partners in the development of the Hywind Tampen offshore wind farm in the Norwegian North Sea off the coast of Florø.

Connecting electrical submersible pumps substations to Gamba Power Plant
  • Map-pinGabon

At its Gamba-Ivinga field, Assala Energy's electrical submersible pumps were powered by diesel generators, which generate GHG emissions. The Gamba Power Plant (GPP) was completed in September 2021, providing gas-powered energy and the capacity to start replacing some of these diesel generators.

Waste heat recovery
  • Map-pinUnited Arab Emirates

A US$ 600 million (AED 2.2 BN) waste heat recovery project will revolutionize power and water generation at ADNOC's General Utilities Plant in Ruwais.

Supporting green skills and education initiatives on Teesside
  • Map-pinUnited Kingdom

bp signed a memorandum of understanding with Redcar & Cleveland College to develop educational programmes for clean energy industries, including a Clean Energy Education Hub. Through projects like Net Zero Teesside Power and H2Teesside, bp aims to create significant economic value and thousands of jobs in Teesside, supporting its role in the UK's energy transition.

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